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Pakistan’s New Top General: Implications For Civil-Military Relations And Foreign Policy – Analysis

On November 29, Lieutenant-General Qamar Javed Bajwa became Pakistan’s new Chief of Army Staff (COAS), succeeding General Raheel Sharif. General Sharif has benefited of tremendous support among the..
Eurasia Review

State Taking Death Penalty Issue To U.S. Supreme Court

The state plans to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to revisit a case in which justices struck down as unconstitutional Florida's death-penalty.

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News video: Federal Judge Allows Dylann Roof to Re-Hire Defense Attorney

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A federal judge agreed on Monday to allow Dylann Roof, accused of fatally shooting nine black parishioners to rehire his attorneys until a verdict is reached, but to remain his own lawyer if he is..
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News video: Dylann Roof Can Rehire Lawyers

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(AP) — A federal judge on Monday allowed a white man accused of fatally shooting nine black parishioners at a Charleston, South Carolina, church to hire back his lawyers, at least for the first phase..
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News video: White Supremacist Dylann Roof Wants His Attorneys Back

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The white supremacist who allegedly killed nine people at a black church has just asked a judge to get his defense attorneys back. Dylann Roof successfully petitioned last week to act as his own lawyer..
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News video: Father Accused Of Killing Young Son Could Get Death Penalty

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Brandon Johnson was in Arapahoe County Court on Friday.
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News video: Seeking the death penalty

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Denver7 reporter Marc Stewart tells us the DA is moving forward despite Governor's stance on the death penalty.
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Is Dylann Roof trying to sabotage his own trial?

Dylann Roof has elected to represent himself during the sentencing face of his federal trial related to the Charleston church shooting. Is he angling for life in prison or the death penalty?
Christian Science Monitor

Dylann Roof allowed to hire lawyers back, for now

*By The Canadian Press* CHARLESTON, S.C. — A federal judge agreed Monday to let a white man accused of fatally shooting nine black parishioners rehire his attorneys until a verdict is reached, but..

Judge, James Cooke lawyers meet over death penalty

The U.S. Supreme Court last year refused to hear an appeal from Cooke.

Trump Should Watch The Military Commissions Before Continuing Them

Among the many questions Donald Trump will have to consider when he takes office in January is whether to keep trying to prosecute the five alleged masterminds of the 9/11 terror attacks in the..
Huffington Post

Dylann Roof Walks Back On Decision To Represent Himself In Charleston Trial

dylann roof walks back on decision to represent himself in charleston trial
Roof will be represented by his attorneys during the guilt phase of the federal death penalty trial but will be on his own during the penalty phase.

Accused Charleston Church Shooter Rehires His Defense Team

The U.S. government is seeking the death penalty for Dylann Roof, accused of killing nine people at a historically black church in Charleston, S.C. The 22-year-old had asked to represent himself.

The Latest: Prosecutors say they need 7 days in church case

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) " The Latest on the death penalty trial of Dylann Roof in the Charleston church shootings (all times local):11:30 a.m.Prosecutors estimate it will take about seven days to present..
New Zealand Herald

Judge says Dylann Roof can have attorneys represent him for guilt phase of his death penalty trial - Post and Courier

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Dylann Roof to judge: Let lawyers back on death penalty case

The white man charged with the shooting deaths of nine black parishioners at a South Carolina church asked a judge on Sunday if he could have his defense team back, at least temporarily.
FOXNews.com Also reported by •New Zealand HeraldL.A. Times

Philippines VP vows to take on Duterte after cabinet exit

MANILA (Reuters) - Philippines Vice President Leni Robredo resigned from the cabinet on Monday but vowed to lead the opposition and challenge the policies of President Rodrigo Duterte, including his..
Reuters India Also reported by •Reuters

Debunking GFMS’ Gold Demand Statistics

Submitted by Koos Jansen from BullionStar.com What came to light as on odd discrepancy between GFMS’ Chinese gold demand and "apparent supply" has proven to be a tenacious cover-up by the oldest..
Zero Hedge

Dylann Roof gets first real test as attorney in hearing

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Dylann Roof’s first real test acting as his own attorney is coming as he faces off with prosecutors over pretrial motions in his federal death penalty trial over the killing..
Seattle Times Also reported by •FOXNews.com

Philippines vice-president resigns from cabinet over 'differences' with Rodrigo Duterte

philippines vice-president resigns from cabinet over 'differences' with rodrigo duterte
Former human rights lawyer Leni Robredo condemns president’s bloody war on drug and plans to reimpose death penalty...

Ukip leader Nuttall says NHS privatisation could be debated this century

Nuttall was also asked for his view on reintroducing the death penalty for child killers

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