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The flag of the International Criminal Court flies on the Foreign Office building in London, 17 July 2018
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Africa has a chance to counter pitfalls of international criminal justice

Mail Guardian South Africa 15 Apr 2024
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ECOWAS partners must be vigilant against piracy – Kofi Mbiah

Business Ghana 15 Apr 2024
Dr Emmanuel Kofi Mbiah, a Maritime Law Consultant and Legal Practitioner has called for continued collaboration among the Economic Community of West Africa States (ECOWAS) regional partners to remain vigilant against piracy in the sub-region.
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Israel to Extend Water Agreement With Jordan in Response to Defense Cooperation

Hamodia 15 Apr 2024
This cooperation comes despite previous tensions, notably Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman al-Safadi’s critical stance on Israel and his support for South Africa’s legal actions against Israel at the International Court of Justice ... .
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South Africa has an unhealthy relationship with alcohol

Mail Guardian South Africa 15 Apr 2024
Whether it is consumed at a lekker braai, popping bottles at the club or drinking at an “after tears” to celebrate the life of a deceased loved one, alcohol consumption in South Africa has become an embedded culture.
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Israel slams new Irish PM's Gaza comments

Beijing News 14 Apr 2024
The Prime Minister joins Irish Foreign Minister Martin, who intends to grant additional awards to terrorism in the form of a legal opinion alongside South Africa, which the ministry called "the legal ...
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Are there blind scuba divers? Here's the accessible way anyone can explore the ocean.

Usatoday 14 Apr 2024
Solo traveler's epic trip puts accessibility to the test. Carden Wyckoff traveled across Europe to see just how accessible the world is for someone who uses a wheelchair ... The South Africa-based diver has been legally blind since she was a teenager.
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Run on numbers: The role of the big four auditing companies in a financialised world

Independent online (SA) 13 Apr 2024
All four have their legal headquarters in the UK and command a dominant global market share ... The Money Action Taskforce that greylisted South Africa recently stated that our legal fraternity has not yet complied with the required protocol.
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Israel condemns new Irish PM's Gaza comments

Beijing News 12 Apr 2024
The Prime Minister joins Irish Foreign Minister Martin, who intends to grant additional awards to terrorism in the form of a legal opinion alongside South Africa, which the ministry called "the legal ...
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Meta partners with IEC to combat elections misinformation

Independent online (SA) 12 Apr 2024
“We are going to put in place a South African dedicated election operations centre, bringing together experts from across the company, from threat intelligence, engineers, data analysts, legal people, and colleagues from South Africa,” she said.
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Israel slams Irish PM for ‘not mentioning’ Hamas hostages in parliament speech

Hindustan Times 12 Apr 2024
The statement further said that Ireland's actions would “endorse terrorism by supporting South Africa,” which it referred to as “the legal arm of the Hamas terrorist organisation,” and potentially recognising a Palestinian state in the future.
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Why are millions of donkeys being slaughtered for China every year?

Metro UK 11 Apr 2024
In Africa, where there are around 53 million of them, they are essential to lives and livelihoods ... ‘At first our governments saw this as an opportunity, and many legal slaughterhouses opened in Africa.
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Israel criticises Harris for not mentioning Gaza hostages

RTE 11 Apr 2024
It said Ireland was also "planning to award additional prizes to terrorism" by backing South Africa, which it called "the legal arm of the Hamas terrorist organisation, and the possible recognition of a Palestinian state in the future".
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What Happens When Killer Algorithms Outpace International Law

Cryptopolitan 11 Apr 2024
Careless use of artificial intelligence algorithms can have negative impacts on the human race beyond our imagination ... The only legal action was that of South Africa going to the International Court of Justice for war crimes against Israel ... ....
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Unbecoming American: Did Apartheid Really End in 1991?

Dissident Voice 10 Apr 2024
The former POTUS Jimmy Carter even called the means by which its system of governance and territorial control—its land regime—are imposed, apartheid, after the original legal regime by that name had been abolished in South Africa.
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The Motley Fool 10 Apr 2024
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