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Saturday, August, 13, 2022

Topic: Judiciary

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Beirut explosion.. Freezing investigations after a “request” to replace the investigator

On Monday, the Lebanese judiciary temporarily froze the investigations conducted by Tariq Al-Bitar, the judicial investigator in the case of the Beirut port explosion,...

A Palestinian faction praises Iraq’s position and calls for “renouncing printing presses”

On Sunday, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine praised the Iraqi government's position on the calls for normalization with Israel, and called...

Iraq.. Arrest warrants for participants in the “normalization with Israel” conference

On Sunday, the Iraqi judiciary issued arrest warrants against participants in the "peace" conference held in Erbil (the capital of the Kurdistan region), and...

Beirut Port Explosion… The Judiciary Moves In After the Investigator’s “Threat”

On Tuesday, the Lebanese Public Prosecutor, Judge Ghassan Oweidat, asked the judicial investigator in the Beirut port explosion crime, Judge Tariq Bitar, to prepare...

Yemen.. Houthis condemn the execution of 9 people by firing squad

The Houthi group's execution of 9 people by firing squad in the Yemeni capital, Sana'a, drew local, Arab, and international condemnations. On Saturday morning, the...

Controversy over the Qatari election law.. and an analyst: a first step, and amending the constitution is necessary

The law regulating the elections of the Qatari Shura Council sparked internal controversy amid objections to an article regarding who is entitled to vote...

America provides assurances to Britain for the extradition of Assange: “He will not be placed in a maximum security prison.”

The US government has given assurances to the UK that Julian Assange will not be held in a maximum-security prison if he is extradited...

“Molotov cocktails” and “civil war” .. “FBI” penetrates the “Secession” group

Records filed before the American judiciary revealed an extremist group that was planning to carry out terrorist operations using Molotov cocktails, members were “watching”...

The US military witnessed 135,000 sexual assaults in 11 years

A report by the US Army's Independent Investigation Commission revealed on Friday that there have been 135,000 sexual assaults and 509,000 cases of sexual...

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