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Moshiuzzaman holds a 2:1 LL.B degree from BPP University (UK). He is currently pursuing the CFA chartership and working as an independent legal researcher at the American Society of International Law (ASIL)

ECtHR Rejects Case Against Germany Over Afghan Airstrikes

On 16th February 2021, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) rejected a complaint made against Germany for its refusal to prosecute an officer who had ordered a deadly bombing in 2009 of two fuel tankers in northern Afghanistan.  Background Following the attacks of 11 September 2001, the U.S. jointly

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International Criminal Court Convicts Brigade Commander Ongwen on 61 Counts of Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes

On 4th February 2021, Trial Chamber IX, of the International Criminal Court (ICC) found former brigade commander Dominic Ongwen guilty of 61 (charged with 70) counts of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in Northern Uganda between 1st July 2002 to 31st December 2005. The charges included murder, attempted murder, rape, slavery, enslavement, destruction of property, and persecution amongst others.

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US Supreme Court Reinstates Restriction on Abortion Pills

The Supreme Court of the United States granted the Trump administration’s request to reinstate federal rules requiring women to make in-person visits to hospitals or clinics to obtain abortion pills; effectively, lifting an earlier lower Court ruling which had permitted medication-induced abortions drugs to be postponed or delivered during the

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UK Supreme Court Rules in Favour of Policyholders in the COVID-19 Business Interruption Case

The United Kingdom’s Supreme Court finally concluded the long-awaited COVID-19 business interruption case brought by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Hiscox Action Group (HAG). In a leapfrog appeal, the Supreme Court found in favour of the appellants while dismissing the insurers’ appeal to certain provisions of business insurances.

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