Category Archives: Legal and Judicial

Peace Remains Elusive in Libya

LONDON On February 17, eight years ago, Libyans rose up and launched a rebellion that led to the ouster of autocrat Col. Moammar Gadhafi. The high expectations of what life would be like without Gadhafi …

As Kagame Steps Down, Egypt Takes Helm at African Union

ADDIS ABABA Rwandan President Paul Kagame, who led an active, reformist tenure as African Union chair, on Sunday passes the baton to Egypt, seen as more likely to focus on security issues than expanding the …

Muslim Lawmakers’ Criticism of Israel Pressures US Democrats

WASHINGTON The support for a boycott of Israel by the first two Muslim women in the U.S. Congress has opened a breach in the Democratic Party and threatens to create a fissure in the ironclad …

French Jets Strike Chadian Rebels to Head off Deby Destabilization

PARIS French warplanes destroyed about 20 pick-up trucks in a third day of air strikes on Wednesday against a Chadian rebel convoy that crossed last week from Libya, an operation the French military said was …

French Jets Strike Chadian Rebels to Head off Deby Destabilization

PARIS French warplanes destroyed about 20 pick-up trucks in a third day of air strikes on Wednesday against a Chadian rebel convoy that crossed last week from Libya, an operation the French military said was …