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Anyone can ask ICC to indict Bush, Blair and Howard

Any individual can send a memorandum to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague to indict US President George W. Bush, British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Australian Prime Minister John Howard for crimes against humanity for the war they are waging on Iraq, a senior lawyer said.

Education

Teachers hunted and tortured

Teachers in Nepal are caught in the crossfire between Maoist rebels and the government, writes MARTIN SPICE.

Nation

UN rep supports code review

The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Independence of Judges and Lawyers supports the review of the Judges Code of Ethics 1994.

Letters

War violates international law

From DR COLLIN ABRAHAM, Kuala Lumpur

Nation

Vision school concept good, says Kayveas

People#8217;s Progressive Party (PPP) president Datuk M. Kayveas has called for further promotion of the Vision School concept, saying that it will benefit Tamil schools.

Other Sport

Australian football officials to resign en masse

Members of the board that control football in Australia announced yesterday they planned to resign en masse after a federal government investigation criticised the way they were running the sport.

Nation

Professor quits teaching law because of US attack

Professor of Law at Baghdad University Dr Raad Al Jidda is quitting teaching law for good. The reason? A US attack in Al Adamia.

Nation

Lawyer granted discharge by court

Lawyer P. Uthayakumar has been granted a discharge of a verbal criminal intimidation act allegedly inflicted upon a policeman at the Sepang magistrate#8217;s court on Sept 3, last year.

Nation

Stick to your job, EC told

The Election Commission should not make statements on policy issues but should instead carry out its responsibility to conduct free, fair and clean elections, the DAP said.

AseanPlus News

Court dismisses appeal by opposition leader

THE Singapore High Court has dismissed an appeal by opposition politician Dr Chee Soon Juan who was convicted of holding an illegal Labour Day rally at the Istana entrance last year.