Rajoy: “Eliminating the crime of sedition is neither European nor democratic”

Rajoy Eliminating the crime of sedition is neither European nor

Mariano Rajoy has returned this Monday to the Faculty of Law of the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC), where half a century ago (1972) —although then it was located in another building— he began some legal studies that would serve as a wicker for become, in a few years, the youngest property registrar in … Read more

The use of chemical weapons, a war crime in the eyes of International Law

The use of chemical weapons a war crime in the

The potential use of chemical weapons in the context of the war in Ukraine has once again put on the table a theoretical red line that, in the eyes of International Law, is a war crime. The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPAQ) confirmed the use of this weapon in the conflict in … Read more

Photojournalist who took photo of family killed in Ukraine says she witnessed ‘war crime’ – Reuters News in France and abroad

Photojournalist who took photo of family killed in Ukraine says

A New York state court has ruled that the New York Times must return legal memos written by a Project Veritas attorney. Mike Coppola/Getty Images. The photojournalist who took a devastating photo of a dead family in Ukraine says she witnessed a war crime. Lynsey Addario’s photo appeared on the front page of the NYT … Read more

The 10 Best British Crime Dramas, Ranked By IMDb – GameSpot

The 10 Best British Crime Dramas Ranked By IMDb

TV crime dramas have never been so popular, due to their ability to captivate, move and even scare audiences. There are plenty of amazing crime drama TV shows being produced around the world, and there’s no evidence the genre is going away anytime soon. Britain is one of the most prolific contributors to the excellent … Read more

“Writers and artists are not free to incite crime or damage dignity”

Writers and artists are not free to incite crime or

Since some years, the debate has not stopped growing in the networks and outside them: What do we do with the work of artists who have committed sexual offenses? And with those who defended xenophobic or anti-Semitic positions? And with those who supported dictatorships or criminal regimes? Do we keep reissuing books that make apology … Read more

October 17, 1961 crime of State or crime of Prefecture?

October 17 1961 crime of State or crime of Prefecture

On October 20, 2021, “El Watan” published an article which asks the question “October 17, 1961 State crime or Prefecture crime?” as well as an article entitled “Knowledge and recognition of the massacres of October 17, 1961: The continuous work of historians “reporting on an international conference held in the Senate on this event. October … Read more