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US Supreme Court to hear case on vulgar trademarks

Washington - The US Supreme Court takes up Monday the government's refusal to register a trademark by a clothing line named "Fuct," and arguments should be, well, salty.

France should halt use of controversial riot guns: rights chief

Paris - France's rights chief called Thursday for the government to suspend use of riot guns which have reportedly injured dozens of people during the "yellow vest" protests over the past two months.

Thousands protest 'slave law' in Budapest

Budapest - Protesters threw smoke grenades at police who responded with tear gas in Budapest on Sunday as thousands of people rallied against a new "slave law" passed by the government of conservative Prime Minister Viktor Orban.

Restrictive rules keep millions of Americans from voting

Washington - Millions of Americans will be barred from casting ballots in Tuesday's crucial midterm elections due to electoral rules at the state level, which effectively exclude many minority voters to the detriment of Democrats.

Top French court says no punishment for aiding migrants

Paris - France's Constitutional Court ruled Friday that people could not be charged for helping migrants who entered the country illegally, after dozens of people offering aid were prosecuted for what they denounced as "crimes of solidarity".

Tens of thousands protest in Spain over gang rape acquittal

Madrid - Tens of thousands of Spaniards took to the streets of Pamplona on Saturday to protest against the acquittal of five men accused of gang raping an 18-year-old woman at the city's bull-running festival.

Gang rape acquittal fires up Spain's feminist movement

Madrid - Spain's feminist movement is pushing for changes to the law after a court acquitted five men of gang raping an 18-year-old woman at Pamplona's bull-running festival.

Top US court grapples with email warrant reaching across borders

Washington - US Supreme Court justices grappled Tuesday with the implications of a criminal warrant case involving Microsoft emails in a test for whether American justice can reach across international borders for digital evidence.

India's top court considers whether privacy is a right

New Delhi - India's Supreme Court began hearing submissions Wednesday to determine whether Indians have a constitutional right to privacy in a challenge to the government's massive biometric database, which critics argue violates that right.
 

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