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    Jurist Peru congress rejects latest effort to impeach president Dina Boluarte

    The Peruvian Congress dismissed three motions aimed at impeaching President Dina Boluarte on Friday. Motions 11507, 11508 and 11512 were introduced primarily by opposition legislators, mainly from leftist factions, with the intent of declaring Boluarte’s “permanent moral incapacity” to serve as...
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    Jurist Former Pakistan PM Imran Khan appears virtually before court from jail

    Pakistan’s former prime minister Imran Khan appeared virtually before the Supreme Court of Pakistan from jail on Thursday. Khan’s official X (formerly “Twitter”) handle shared the pictures from his appearance and added, “Illegally incarcerated former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s pictures’ appear...
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    Jurist Georgia president vetoes ‘foreign agents’ law

    President of Georgia Salome Zourabichvili on Friday vetoed a controversial “foreign agents” law that has been decried as “Russian-style” legislation and has sparked massive protests in the country. Zourabichvili took to her Twitter account to announce the veto, saying, “Today, I vetoed the...
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    Jurist France accuses Azerbaijan of interfering in New Caledonia riots

    France accused Azerbaijan on Friday of interfering in the riots in New Caledonia and spreading anti-French rhetoric on social media, according to a report published by the French agency Viginum. Viginum alleged that Azerbaijan disseminated “manifestly inaccurate or misleading content – photo or...
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    Jurist Panama president-elect plans new checkpoints to control border with Colombia

    Panama’s next president José Raul Mulino announced Thursday that the forthcoming government is planning to set up new checkpoints in a thick jungle area along its southern border, which has become a dangerous segment of the path for the growing number of migrants trying to head to the US...
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    Jurist Kenya court orders service of lawsuit opposing police deployment to Haiti

    The Kenya High Court on Friday ordered that a lawsuit seeking to prevent the government from deploying police to Haiti be served on top government officials, according to Reuters. The court scheduled the case’s hearing for June 12. Thirdway Alliance Kenya leaders Dr. Ekuru Aukot and Miruru...
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    Jurist Violence against journalists in Tunisia increased in April: report

    There was an “alarming increase” in violence against journalists in April, according to a report published by the National Syndicate of Tunisian Journalists (SNJT) on Friday. The monitoring unit of SNJT, an independent non-governmental association, recorded 20 attack cases on journalists out of...
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    Jurist Israel recovers bodies of three hostages in Gaza

    The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) announced on Friday that it retrieved the bodies of three Israeli hostages who were killed during the October 7 Hamas-led terror attacks. The IDF identified the three individuals as Itzhak Gelerenter, Amit Buskila and Shani Louk, whose bodies were kidnapped by...
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    Jurist UK sanctions companies involved in arms-for-oil trade between Russia and North Korea

    The UK government imposed a new sanction package on Friday targeting the “illicit arms-for-oil transfers between Russia and North Korea.” Three companies and one individual found “enabling” this arms-for-oil trade have been subject to the sanction package. They are the North Korean company...
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    Jurist Canada set to impose first sanctions against extremist Israel settlers in West Bank

    Canada announced on Thursday that additional sanctions will be imposed on extremist Israeli settlers in the West Bank. The sanctions will constitute a Canadian first of their kind. The sanctions will be implemented under the Canadian Special Economics Measures Act. The government said the need...