Attorneys for women imprisoned for having an abortion may request their freedom, said a high court judge.
Biden ordered an extension of the eviction moratorium until Oct. 3 after Congress failed to meet his request to legislate one.
The ministry has been served a notice for defying an order that explicitly rejects unfair criteria for recruitment.
The Supreme Court slammed the Indian Army for decisions based on “gender discrimination”.
The southeastern Australian state has lost a bid for a supervision order for sovereign citizens.
Some 499 children aged between 10 and 13 were detained in the youth justice system in 2019/20.
India’s Supreme Court said the Delhi Assembly can question Facebook and its officials without taking on a prosecuting role.
Sussan Ley will appeal a declaration by the Federal Court that she owes a duty of care to protect children from climate effects.
An independent report has found prisoner disciplinary hearings remain “in the dark” and lack scrutiny, oversight or transparency.