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France parliament adopts resolution condemning China genocide of Uyghurs

The French National Assembly Thursday adopted a resolution condemning Chinese political and humanitarian crimes against China’s Uyghur Muslim minority. The resolution calls on the French government to formalize its stance on the genocidal nature of the crisis, a position already taken by the United States, Britain, Canada, and the Netherlands.

Israel police accused of using Pegasus spyware to illegally spy on citizens

Israeli news portal Calcalist published an investigative report Tuesday revealing that Israeli police allegedly used NSO group’s Pegasus spyware to remotely access, control and extract data from phones of Israeli citizens without a warrant. The report disclosed that the police did not obtain a search or bugging warrant to execute the surveillance. There was no… Read More »

Supreme Court hears cases on religious liberty and stolen painting

The Supreme Court Tuesday heard oral arguments in Shurtleff v. Boston and Cassirer v. Thyssen-BornemiszaCollection Foundation. The first case concerns whether or not the city of Boston could deny the group’s application to fly their flag on city property. The second case, which involves an impressionist Camille Pissarro painting confiscated by Nazis in 1939, involves… Read More »

Australia federal court unanimously upholds decision canceling Djokovic visa

A three-judge bench of the Victoria District of the Federal Court of Australia on Sunday unanimously upheldImmigration Minister Alex Hawke’s decision to cancel the visa of 20-time grand slam and nine-time Australian Open tennis champion Novak Djokovic, setting the stage for the tennis legend to leave Australia immediately.