Cheap Justice

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Muhammad Shoaib Khan

Once upon a time, a parrot and sparrow went to a forest. The forest had no sign of existing life. The parrot commented that only an imprudent will agree to live here because it is such a deserted place…

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Give us justice, not lectures on morals and beliefs

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Imad Zafar

Humans in the stone age traditionally had armed gangs to solve disputes. Whoever had a big gang and arms was ultimately the winner in the end.

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Ugandan tribal king Mumbere facing fresh charges of terrorism and murder

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Gloria Nakiyimba

The woes of the Rwenzururu king Charles Wesley Mumbere are far from over, after he was charged afresh on Monday.

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Suing governments over terror no sure thing despite U.S. Sept 11 law

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Mica Rosenberg

Families of Sept. 11 victims and others who may seek to sue foreign governments accused of supporting terrorism in the United States still face significant legal hurdles, despite a boost from passage of a law allowing such cases to proceed.

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Ugandan journalist assaulted at court for covering land case

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Robert Ssewankambo

Madinah Sebyala, of Bukedde Paper was on 31st August 2016 assaulted by one Kasagga Swaibu who further threatened to inflict her with more harm if she continues to cover a land case where he accuses Kenneth Mukiibi of selling to him land and failing to offer the land title.

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Trial delayed of rebel Ugandan LRA commander indicted on war crimes

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Gloria Nakiyimba

The pre-trial hearing of Thomas Kwoyelo, a senior commander in the rebel Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) group, indicted on war crimes in Uganda, South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo between 1987 and 2008, flopped on Monday after defense lawyers failed to show up in court in the northern Ugandan town of Gulu.

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