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Before Trump Rally in N.J., Justice Dept. Joins Local Immigration Case

By Annie Correal

The localities that filed the lawsuit are in the district of Representative Jeff Van Drew, who just switched parties and pledged support for President Trump.

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Former Zookeeper Sentenced to 22 Years in Murder-for-Hire Plot

By Sandra E. Garcia

Joseph Maldonado-Passage, better known as Joe Exotic, was convicted of trying to hire someone to kill an animal-rights activist in Florida.

Polish parliament approves judge β€˜muzzle law’, Commission β€˜very concerned’

By Georgi Gotev

Poland's parliament on Thursday (23 January) approved a controversial draft law aimed at disciplining judges who question government judicial reforms that the European Union says are out of step with the rule of law.

Improve Bail Laws for Public Safety

By Dermot Shea

Judges should be able to remand suspects they determine to be dangerous.

U.N. Court Orders Myanmar to Protect Rohingya Muslims

By Richard C. Paddock

The injunction was issued by the International Court of Justice at The Hague, where accusations of genocide have been brought against the Southeast Asian country.

French, Dutch smash huge migrant smuggling ring to UK

By Georgi Gotev

French and Dutch police arrested 23 people on suspicion of smuggling 10,000 Kurdish migrants to Britain in refrigerated lorries and rubber boats, Europe's judicial agency said Wednesday (22 January).

The case for a border carbon tax as an own resource to the EU budget

By Ivailo Kalfin

To deliver on the flagship European Green Deal, there is a need to introduce a new source of revenues for the EU budget under the form of carbon tax, writes Ivailo Kalfin.

He Was Charged With 4 Bank Heists, and Freed. Then He Struck Again, Police Say.

By Tracey Tully and Sean Piccoli

A man accused of robbing banks in New York City had been released under a Jan. 1 law that ended bail for most nonviolent charges.

Downed Plane’s Black Boxes Will Go to Ukraine, Iranian Media Says

By Elian Peltier

A spokeswoman for Ukraine’s president said she could not confirm that its authorities were receiving the data recorders from the jet Iran mistakenly shot down, killing 176.

Canada Offers Compensation to Families of Victims of Plane Downed in Iran

By Ian Austen

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that the payments to Canadian families of victims do not absolve Iran from providing compensation.

β€˜Please Try to Help Us’: Conversing with Mississippi Inmates on a Contraband Phone

By Rick Rojas

Prison officials said contraband cellphones fuel violence and undermine security. But as a crisis swelled in Mississippi’s prisons, images shared by inmates brought attention to troubling conditions.

Why Is Carlos Ghosn Afraid of the Japanese Justice System?

By Nobuhisa Ishizuka

One concern he and others cite is the country’s “99 percent conviction rate” in criminal cases.

Nicolas Schmit: β€˜The first dignity of work is to pay people a fair wage’

By Beatriz Rios

Nicolas Schmit will have a busy 2020. The EU Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights outlined on Tuesday (14 January) a comprehensive agenda to beef up the EU’s social policies. He discussed the details in an interview with EURACTIV.