There have been demonstrations of several thousand people in Montenegro’s capital Podgorica on the cusp of the New Year. Citizens have been protesting against a planned amendment to legislation regarding religious rights and property.
A judgment released by the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) suggests that MI6 (formally the Secret Intelligence Service which mostly operates outside the UK) and the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) “illegally authorised” its undercover operatives to engage in serious criminal activity in the UK.
In yet another failed legal bid to wrestle control of her life from the strict guardianship of her father, Britney Spears’ future remains uncertain. In the thirteen years since her public breakdown, the singer has been a prisoner in her own life. Outraged, the #FreeBritney “fan-group” is storming to her rescue.
A panel of thirteen international lawyers are beginning to draft plans to create a legally enforceable crime of “ecocide” which would join the ranks of serious international offences such as genocide, and war crimes in the battle against the illegal destruction of the environment.