Lawyers differ on Ndume’s suspension by the Senate
01 April 2017 | 8:00 am
Lawyers differ on Ndume's suspension by the Senate.
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Police in the US town of Uvalde, Texas are facing questions over why it took an hour to neutralise the gunman who murdered 19 small children and two teachers at Robb Elementary School. The tragedy comes amid increasing calls for greater gun control measures. Among the demands of campaigners are a ban on assault weapon sales, as well as universal background checks and so-called red flag laws. Pastor Mike McBride, director of the LIVE FREE gun violence prevention campaign with the Faith in Action network, joined us on Perspective to tell us more.
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US-Cambodian lawyer Theary Seng and other government critics have been sentenced to years in prison on charges of treason and incitement.
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Kenya's veteran opposition leader Raila Odinga will challenge the results of this month's presidential election in the Supreme Court on Monday (August 22), his legal team said, the latest twist in a political clash that has gripped East Africa's powerhouse.
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Results from races for more than 400 congressional seats will come in when election polls close on Tuesday. Can't stay on top of them all? Then keep a close eye on Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
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The fight for a majority in the Senate has come down to three key races, with Georgia heading to a runoff.
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Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock has defeated Republican challenger Herschel Walker in a run-off vote in Georgia. It was the final Senate seat left undecided from the 2022 midterms. While the Democrats already held the majority, Warnock's victory now gives the party an outright, 51-seat hold on the Senate.
An Israeli military court sentenced Hamouri, who holds French citizenship, to administrative detention in March, accusing him of being a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), and said he “endangers security in the region”. Israel, the US and the EU consider the PFLP a “terrorist group”.
Israel says Salah Hamouri "organized, inspired and planned to commit terror attacks" against "citizens and well-known Israelis." DW spoke to Hamouri's lawyer Dani Shenhar of the Israeli human rights group HaMoked.
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West Ham United might perhaps be the Oliver Twist of the year. They have survived relegation but they can end a 43-year-old trophy drought. In this edition of The Nutmeg, Ayomide Sotubo jumps on a preview of the UEFA Europa Conference League final.
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