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‘I am full of feelings of revenge’: families of flight MH17 victims demand justice

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The families of 298 people killed when flight MH17 was shot down over Ukraine in 2014 have demanded justice from Russia as they testified in the Dutch trial of four suspects. People who lost close relatives in the cra...

‘It is powerful to suddenly have a voice’: reframing women in criminal justice

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Someone’s Daughter, curated by Jennie Ricketts and presented with The View magazine, is a new photography exhibition highlighting how female prisoners are seen and understood, with the ultimate aim of reimagining the ...

After I was arrested and sectioned, restorative justice offered me a lifeline

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It started with the tapeworm. The tapeworm was lodged in my brain, and it was slowly killing me. Not only was there a parasite in my skull, but it had been nefariously placed there to murder me. A man had intercepted ...

TV stasera: Joe Lycett dishes out more consumer justice

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Forget the Watchdog team, comic Joe Lycett has fast-established himself as the best person to come to with our consumer queries and commercial woes over the past two seasons of his playful show, taking corporations t...

India’s police stations are human rights threat, says chief justice

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In an extraordinary rebuke over police brutality, India’s chief justice has said the most dangerous places in the country for threats to human rights are police stations. Nuthalapati Ramana said that rather than being...

John Oliver on Purdue Pharma: ‘We’re not getting anything approaching justice’

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Building on previous episodes of Last Week Tonight on Purdue Pharma’s role in stoking and profiting from the opioid crisis, John Oliver returned focus Sunday evening to the Sackler family, owners of the OxyContin prod...

Missouri governor pardons couple who pointed guns at racial justice activists

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The governor of Missouri has made good on his promise to pardon Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the couple who gained notoriety for pointing guns at a group of demonstrators who marched past the couple’s home in a luxury...

Ten years after the riots in Birmingham, a mother still seeks justice for sons’ death

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In her golden years Rukaya Begum’s home should have been full of the patter of grandchildren’s feet and the hustle of family get-togethers but instead there is an overwhelming silence. Su 9 agosto 2011, Begum had been...

Friday briefing: Failure on racial justice

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Giorno a tutti. I’m Martin Farrer and these are the top stories this morning. Police and governments must do more to stamp out racial injustice in the ranks, with systemic failings leading to “unjustified inequalit...

Justice system failing victims, says commissioner for England and Wales

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Chronic underfunding of the criminal justice system has left victims facing a “bleak” picture, the victims’ commissioner for England and Wales has warned. Dame Vera Baird said radical action was needed to improve the ...

US justice department to appeal Daca court decision, says Biden

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Joe Biden has said the US Department of Justice intends on appealing a new court decision that effectively halts an Obama-era program aimed at protecting young immigrants from deportation. Texas federal judge Andrew H...

Greensill inquiry acting ‘contrary to natural justice’, says PM’s ex-adviser

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Boris Johnson’s former adviser on ministerial standards has criticised the government’s independent inquiry into the Greensill lobbying scandal for acting “contrary to natural justice”. In his first major intervention...

Justice Stephen Breyer says he hasn’t decided when to retire as pressure grows

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US supreme court justice Stephen Breyer has said he has not yet decided when he will retire, amid growing pressure from liberal activists and Democratic lawmakers who want to see the Biden administration nominate a yo...

‘No peace without justice’: families of Italy’s mafia victims wait for closure

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Clinging to his son’s coffin, Vincenzo Agostino solemnly swore that he would not cut his hair or beard until justice was served. Era 10 agosto 1989, five days after two mafia hitmen on a motorbike had killed Antoni...

C of E rejects call to appoint racial justice officers in every diocese

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The Church of England has rejected a call to appoint racial justice officers in every diocese in the country, a decision described as shocking and disgraceful by campaigners for diversity and inclusivity. The proposal...

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