United States

Justice remains elusive on 9/11 anniversary

Sixteen years after Sept 11 attacks and the US has not convicted anybody for the tower-felling spectacle of "terror".

Justice remains elusive on 9/11 anniversary

European Union

Top EU court rejects legal action against refugee deal

European Court of Justice rules against claims brought by Slovakia and Hungary seeking to end mandatory migrant quotas.

Opinion

The abuse of India's triple talaq verdict

Triple talaq, like the made-up 'Love Jihad', has become yet another anti-Muslim tool in the hands of the far right.

Flavia Agnes

by Flavia Agnes

Flavia Agnes

Asia

Pervez Musharraf vows to return for Bhutto murder trial

Former military ruler denounces murder case as 'fabricated' as he pledges to return to Pakistan when 'medically fit'.

Pervez Musharraf vows to return for Bhutto murder trial

Law

The female face of Islamic law in Malaysia

Women are feeling empowered to pursue careers in the Islamic justice system, from judges and lawyers to court mediators.

The female face of Islamic law in Malaysia

Opinion

Revoking citizenship: Israel's new repressive tool

The revoking of Alaa Zayoud's Israeli citizenship sets a dangerous precedent.

Maha Hilal

by Maha Hilal

Maha Hilal

Science & Technology

Google fires employee who authored anti-diversity memo

Google fires engineer of an internal memo defending the gender-gap in Silicon Valley tech jobs as a matter of biology.

Google fires employee who authored anti-diversity memo

Europe

EU starts legal action against Poland over new law

Poland protests against European Commission's interference saying EU's fears about its court reform are 'unfounded'.

EU starts legal action against Poland over new law

Europe

Poland's senate approves contentious court bill

The bill sponsored by the ruling party gives politicians substantial power over Supreme Court in defiance of EU.

Opinion

Palestinians have a legal right to armed struggle

It's time for Israel to accept that as an occupied people, Palestinians have a right to resist - in every way possible.

Stanley L Cohen

by Stanley L Cohen

Stanley L Cohen

Opinion

On terrorism, Basque nationalism and a 'bar brawl'

Why are eight Basques facing a total of 375 years in jail on terrorism charges for a 'bar fight'?

Raphael Tsavkko Garcia

by Raphael Tsavkko Garcia

Raphael Tsavkko Garcia

Middle East

Administrative court annuls Egypt-Saudi islands' deal

High administrative court annuls maritime border accord about the transfer of Tiran and Sanafir islands to Saudi Arabia.

Administrative court annuls Egypt-Saudi islands' deal

Turkey attempted coup

Turkey opens trial of suspected military coup plotters

Trial of 221 main suspects of July 15 coup bid begins amid heavy security and calls for death penalty.

Turkey opens trial of suspected military coup plotters

Human Rights

UK Muslim activist charged after stop-and-search arrest

Muhammad Rabbani of CAGE refused to give passwords to police after arrest at Heathrow airport, says campaign group.

UK charges Muslim activist after stop-and-search arrest

Opinion

'I am willing to go to prison for privacy for us all'

CAGE activist facing charges for not giving his passwords to the police says everyone's right to privacy is at risk.

Muhammad Rabbani

by Muhammad Rabbani

Muhammad Rabbani