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US Justice Department issues subpoenas to automakers in California emissions probe
The US Justice Department has issued civil subpoenas to four major automakers, demanding that they disclose details on a deal struck with California in July to follow strict vehicle emissions standards, a source briefed on the matter said.
Victim of Zaria massacre still waits for justice
Musa Mahmud has finally been discharged after spending four years seeking medical treatment for injuries sustained during the December 2015 Zaria Massacre.
Nobel-winning Izadi: Baghdadi ‘death’ not enough, justice must still be served
Nobel Peace Prize winner and Izadi activist Nadia Murad says the alleged death of Daesh chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in a US raid over the weekend is not enough to compensate the victims of the atrocities committed by the Takfiri terrorist group.
US Justice Department review of Russia probe turns into criminal inquiry
The US Justice Department has shifted its review of the probe into alleged collusion between Russia and President Donald Trump’s election campaign in 2016 to a criminal investigation, according to a source familiar with the matter.
Rights groups demand justice on Khashoggi murder anniversary
International human rights groups demanded justice on Wednesday for slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, saying that a year after his brutal murder, Saudi authorities had yet to provide any “meaningful accountability.”
Thousands demand justice for slain protesters in Sudan
Thousands protested outside the presidential palace in Khartoum on Thursday, calling for the appointment of top judicial officials and justice for demonstrators killed since December.
Clinton: Mueller report shows Russian interference, obstruction of justice
Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton claims that Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election and obstruction of justice by President Donald Trump are the two “inescapable conclusions” that can be derived from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report.
White House, Justice Department officials discussed Mueller report ahead of release: NYT
White House lawyers and Department of Justice (DOJ) officials have met recently to discuss the conclusions of a report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller on alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 US presidential election, according to The New York Times.
Afghan war crimes probe would not serve interests of justice: ICC judges
Judges at the International Criminal Court (ICC) have turned down a request by the court's prosecutor to open an investigation into possible war crimes during the conflict in Afghanistan, saying it would not serve the interests of justice.
Mueller report 'confusing' on obstruction of justice, Comey says
Former FBI Director James Comey says the report by special counsel Robert Mueller is “confusing” when it comes to obstruction of justice by US President Donald Trump.
Indian nuns demand justice for sister allegedly assaulted by bishop
A group of Indian Catholic nuns are staging a rare street protest in the southern state of Kerala demanding justice after an alleged sexual assault of a nun by a bishop.
Rohingya demand justice after UN probe calls for genocide prosecution
Rohingya leaders in Bangladesh on Tuesday challenged the United Nations to ensure Myanmar’s generals stand trial after investigators called for top military commanders to be prosecuted for genocide against the minority.
Rohingya protest for 'justice' on crackdown anniversary
Thousands of Rohingya refugees staged angry protests for ‘justice’ on Saturday on the first anniversary of a Myanmar military crackdown that sparked a mass exodus to camps in Bangladesh.
Israeli PM Netanyahu's wife charged with fraud, Justice Ministry says
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s wife, Sara, was charged on Thursday with fraud over the alleged misuse of state funds in ordering catered meals at their official residence, the Justice Ministry said.
US Justice Department says Obamacare individual mandate unconstitutional
The US Justice Department said that the part of Obamacare requiring individuals to have health insurance is unconstitutional, an unusual move that could lead to stripping away some of the most significant and popular parts of the law.

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