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Legal News
30 Sep 2004
by Jacob Samad

Russian news agencies are reporting that the Russian cabinet has approved the Kyoto Protocol, the global climate change treaty, and will send it to parliament for ratification. Russia had waivered on the treaty but its desire of EU support for its membership in the World Trade Organization may have played … [read more]


Legal News
27 Sep 2004
by Jacob Samad

Microsoft chief counsel Brad Smith said Monday in Brussels that he remains hopeful that the company can still settle with the European Commission after its finding some months ago that Microsoft had abused its "dominance of PC operating systems." Smith said that Microsoft had already spent millions in trying to … [read more]


Legal News
22 Sep 2004
by Jacob Samad

One day after news of the beheading of American hostage Jack Hensley, the Iraqi Justice Ministry said Wednesday that Rihab Rashid Taha will be released from American custody Thursday and that Huda Salih Mahdi Ammash may follow soon. The Abu Musab al-Zarqawi insurgent group had demanded the release of all … [read more]


Legal News
21 Sep 2004
by Jacob Samad

AP is reporting that Mohammad Khatami said Tuesday that Iran will continue programs to develop "peaceful nuclear technology." These statements come just five days after the International Atomic Energy Agency adopted a resolution [PDF] implementing safeguards regarding the nuclear program. JURIST's Paper Chase has more.UPDATE: A full AP story is … [read more]

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