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The Supreme Court begins deliberations on parliament suspension
Attempts to legally challenge the suspension of the House of Commons reach a climax today as the Supreme Court begins its deliberations on the matter.
Supreme Court clears way for Trump to use Pentagon funds for border wall construction
The Supreme Court on Friday cleared the way for the Trump administration to use $2.5 billion from the Department of Defense to construct parts of a wall along the southwestern border that the government argues is necessary to protect national security.
Trump’s threat to go to Supreme Court over impeachment defies ruling
President Donald Trump said Wednesday he’ll go directly to the US Supreme Court “if the partisan Dems” ever try to impeach him.
US Supreme Court backs Sudan in USS Cole bombing lawsuit
The US Supreme Court on Tuesday prevented American sailors injured in the deadly 2000 al Qaeda bombing of the Navy destroyer USS Cole from collecting $314.7 million in damages from the government of Sudan for its alleged role in the attack.
Pakistan Supreme Court says military must stay away from 'politicking'
Pakistan's Supreme Court has called on the military and intelligence agencies to stay out of politics in a country that has been ruled by generals for nearly half its age since 1947.
Getty museum must return 2,000-year-old statue, Italian court rules
Italy's Supreme Court ruled that the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles must return a 2,000-year-old bronze statue it bought for almost $4 million (£3.1 million) in 1977.
Spain Supreme Court orders trial of 18 former Catalan leaders over independence bid
Spain’s Supreme Court has ordered the trial of 18 former Catalan leaders over their role in holding and supporting a controversial referendum on independence last year.
Spain's Supreme Court sends Catalan independence leaders to trial
Spain’s Supreme Court on Thursday said it had ended its investigation against 18 Catalan independence leaders who will now face trial, likely at the beginning of next year.
Maldives Supreme Court upholds president’s vote defeat
The Maldives' top court Sunday ended weeks of uncertainty by rejecting strongman President Abdulla Yameen's controversial bid to annul last month's election results, upholding his landslide defeat to an opposition candidate.
EU top court orders Poland to suspend Supreme Court retirements
The European Union's top court on Friday ordered Poland to "immediately suspend" its decision to lower the retirement age of its Supreme Court judges, which it said threatens judicial independence.
Kavanaugh sworn in at US Supreme Court after divisive fight
Conservative US judge Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court Saturday by a razor-thin margin in the Senate, ending months of partisan rancor over his nomination.
Alleged sex offender’s Supreme Court nomination heads for final Senate vote
US President Donald Trump’s nominee Brett Kavanaugh – the alleged sex offender – has cleared a key hurdle as Senate Republicans aim to confirm him to the Supreme Court this weekend.
Brazil Supreme Court removes labor minister amid corruption probe
Brazil's Supreme Court has removed the nation's labor minister from his post at the request of prosecutors, a source with knowledge of the matter said on Thursday, just a day after authorities arrested multiple high-ranking executives in a separate graft sting.
Russia’s Supreme Court rejects Navalny’s appeal against election ban
Russia’s Supreme Court on Saturday dismissed an appeal by opposition politician Alexei Navalny to overturn a ruling that bars him from running in the March presidential election.

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