Taiwan's President Lai Ching-te called on China to work with the island to ensure regional stability on Sunday, following two ...
Paris Criminal Court sentenced Friday in absentia three high ranking Syrian officials to life for complicity in crimes ...
Israeli Foreign Minister Israel Katz announced Saturday that Israel will halt the Spanish consulate in Jerusalem from ...
The Council of the European Union approved the EU Directive on corporate sustainability due diligence (CSDDD) on Friday. The ...
Mexico extradited sons of El Chapo associate Nestor Isidro Perez Salas to the US on Saturday, US officials confirmed. Salas, ...
US organization Missions in Haiti announced Friday that three of their members were shot and killed by a gang in Haiti. The ...
North Korea's defense ministry accused the US and South Korea on Saturday of intensifying border reconnaissance activities and threatened military action, according to state media Voice of Korea and ...
Member states of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) approved a groundbreaking new treaty relating to intellectual property, genetic resources and associated traditional knowledge on ...
JP Leskovich is a rising 3L at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and JURIST’s News Managing Editor. He filed this dispatch from Phoenix. This is the second in a series of dispatches he’s ...
Burkina Faso’s acting president Captain Ibrahim Traoré, who seized power following a 2022 coup, signed a new amended Transition Charter Saturday that extends the transition period to five years. The ...
The Colombian Prosecutor’s Office formally charged former President Álvaro Uribe with witness tampering and procedural fraud on Friday. This development occurred during the Accusation Hearing held in ...
Thousands of people gathered in Spain’s Balearic Islands on Saturday to protest against mass tourism ahead of the upcoming summer season. Tourist numbers in the Spanish archipelago this summer are ...