Afghan supreme leader orders full enforcement of Islamic law | The Citizen

Afghanistan’s supreme leader has ordered judges to fully enforce aspects of Islamic law that include public executions, stonings and floggings, and the amputation of limbs for thieves, the Taliban’s chief spokesman said. Zabihullah Mujahid tweeted late Sunday that the “obligatory” command by Hibatullah Akhundzada came after the secretive leader met with a group of judges. … Read more

Supreme Court Appears Fully Ready to Gut Affirmative Action

This article was originally published by Vanity Fair.  Nearly 20 years ago, the Supreme Court ruled in Grutter v. Bollinger that student body diversity is a national priority that justifies the consideration of race in university admissions. “Effective participation by members of all racial and ethnic groups in the civic life of our Nation is … Read more

Iran supreme leader blames US, Israel for Mahsa Amini protests | The Citizen

Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Monday accused arch-foes the United States and Israel of fomenting the wave of nationwide unrest sparked by outrage over the death of Mahsa Amini. “I say clearly that these riots and the insecurity were engineered by America and the occupying, false Zionist regime, as well as their paid … Read more

Trust In the Supreme Court Plummets After Overturning Roe v. Wade

This article was originally published by Vanity Fair. Approval of the Supreme Court sank to a new low, just 100 days after Roe v. Wade was overturned, showcasing a diminishing trust in the nation’s highest court before it begins a new term. According to a new Gallup poll, 47% of Americans said they have at … Read more

4 COVID-19 court cases dismissed by B.C. Supreme Court |

A B.C. Supreme Court judge has dismissed four cases challenging of the province’s COVID-19 public health orders. During the most challenging moments in B.C.’s COVID-19 pandemic journey, the overwhelming majority of British Columbians trusted advice from the provincial health officer and followed public health advice. But, there were some who marched the streets in opposition … Read more

At the Emmys After-Parties, Cut-Outs Reigned Supreme

The Emmys 2022 are now officially behind us. From historic wins to iconic reunions thanks to Kenan & Kel, the ceremony itself gave us plenty of memorable moments — and so did the fashion before the show started. Whether on TV or via social media, we all tuned in for the red carpet spectacle on … Read more

Kenya Supreme Court upholds Ruto’s presidential vote win | The Citizen

Kenya’s Supreme Court on Monday upheld William Ruto’s victory in the August 9 presidential election, ending weeks of political uncertainty and delivering a blow to challenger Raila Odinga who had alleged fraud in the poll. “This is a unanimous decision. The petitions are hereby dismissed, as a consequence we declare the first respondent (Ruto) as … Read more

VIDEO: Zar The Supreme Ft. Daev – “One Night Only”

After featuring on F Jay‘s “Cups In The Air“, Headphone Music recording artiste Zar The Supreme premieres visuals for his single titled “One Night Only” … Read More “VIDEO: Zar The Supreme Ft. Daev – “One Night Only”” The post VIDEO: Zar The Supreme Ft. Daev – “One Night Only” appeared first on Zambian Music Blog. Source link

André 3000 teams up with Supreme, Melody’s Echo Chamber recovers her lost album co-produced by Tame Impala and more

Welcome to The Latest, our daily download of the essential news you need to know across music, culture and style. André 3000 collaborates with Supreme An André 3000 and Supreme collaboration is on the way. The legacy MC recently appeared in Supreme’s Fall/Winter lookbook looking cool as hell with a tattered military jacket, sunglasses and … Read more

Supreme Court won’t hear appeal by Alberta parents who have faced 2 trials in son’s death |

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted August 4, 2022 10:40 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ The Supreme Court of Canada won’t hear an appeal in a high-profile Alberta case that saw a couple tried twice in the death of their sick toddler. Read more: Alberta … Read more