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(Reuters) - Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has repeatedly criticized her fellow justices for creating, as she put it in a 2018 dissent, an “absolute shield” for police officers accused of excessive force. So Reuters reporters decided to test her words.
MANILA (AP): The Philippines' largest TV and radio network, which was shut this week by a government regulator, asked the Supreme Court on Thursday (May 7) to allow it to return to the air amid an uproar over its closure.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate failed on Thursday to override President Donald Trump's veto of a resolution that would have limited his ability to wage war against Iran by requiring him to obtain congressional approval before undertaking military action.
BERLIN: A critical German court ruling on the European Central Bank’s (ECB) half-decade of quantitative easing (QE) is worrying the likes of Aberdeen Standard Investments and UBS Group AG.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission repeated on Wednesday that European Union law and courts had primacy over national ones after a German court ruling on Tuesday and stressed the European Central Bank was independent.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin's approval rating has slipped to its lowest level in more than two decades amid the coronavirus crisis, even as support for his plan to extend his rule for years ahead has risen, a poll showed on Wednesday.
PETALING JAYA: There is no longer a legal basis for the stricter movement control order (MCO) regulations from May 4 to 12 because it has been cancelled and replaced with more lenient rules under the conditional MCO (CMCO), says Bar Council constitutional law committee co-chairman Andrew Khoo.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said the independence of the European Central Bank is key to the foundations of the European Union and no constitutional court should decide what it can do, in an interview published on Wednesday.
Three refugees from Syria, Afghanistan and Cameroon are suing the German state for accessing personal data on their mobile phones, arguing it was an unnecessary invasion of privacy, their lawyer said on May 5.