Abu Zubaydah would be allowed write declaration about alleged torture in Poland, US government tells Supreme Court.
Who are the journalists who won the Nobel Peace Prize and what’s their message? Plus, the US military-gaming complex.
Haji Najibullah, charged in relation to 2008 attack on US troops in Afghanistan, says accusations are ‘incorrect’.
Trial in absentia of four Egyptian officers halted as judge rules the defendants may not have been informed of charges.
Azerbaijan denied the allegations made at the ICJ and accused Armenia of ‘decades-long ethnic cleansing’.
New law banning abortions after six weeks of pregnancy fuels desperate scramble to find and provide abortion services.
US Supreme Court hears arguments in case on death penalty for convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
European Court of Human Rights rules that the Holy See enjoys sovereign immunity in landmark case.
US Supreme Court is poised to hear case challenging Roe v Wade, setting up a ‘critical’ moment on access to abortion.
Thousands rally in Warsaw after controversial ruling by Poland’s top court that parts of EU law are unconstitutional.
Josef Schuetz is accused of more than 3,000 counts of accessory to murder at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp.
Kavala’s charges related to Gezi Park protests, 2016 coup attempt could jeopardise Turkey’s Council of Europe standing.
Leading European politicians accuse Warsaw of ‘playing with fire’ in acrimonious dispute over primacy of EU law.
The neighbours have been feuding over a stretch of the Indian Ocean that is believed to hold oil and gas deposits.