Arizona court allows Mexico’s lawsuit against U.S. gun dealers to proceed

In a landmark ruling, an Arizona federal court has decided that Mexico can move forward with its lawsuit against U.S. gun stores and distributors, accusing them of facilitating firearms trafficking to cartels.

Delay in Nairobi court hearing over Kenyan death linked to British military sparks calls for justice

A Nairobi court adjourned the lawsuit over the 2012 death of Agnes Wanjiru, last seen with a British soldier, until May, amid family criticism and unresolved questions about the involvement of UK military personnel.

A tragedy of justice. Why the Australian government should not be forcing Defence whistleblower David McBride to stand trial

Former military lawyer David McBride is set to stand trial in November, four years and eight months after being charged with leaking classified Australian defence information to journalists. McBride is accused of disclosing information that formed the basis of “The Afghan Files,” an exposé on alleged misconduct by Australian special forces in Afghanistan. The trial date has raised concerns about the availability of witnesses and legal counsel, while calls to end the prosecution and reform whistleblowing laws continue.