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The World Comes to DC to Demand Biden Drop the Case Against Julian Assange

GlobalResearch 26 Jan 2023
For the Belmarsh Tribunal, United Kingdom parliamentarian Jeremy Corbyn flew more than 3,670 miles to speak in person on January 20, 2023 ... In fact, very few of the delegates on the tribunal organized by Progressive International were from the D.C ... This was the fourth iteration of the Belmarsh Tribunal.
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Commentary: To Georgians, Ukraine represents freedom and the potential for EU membership

Eagle-Tribune 26 Jan 2023
But that is not the case. There are constant reminders of Ukraine, from flags to pins to news coverage ... (Alexander Mutnansky is an American doctoral candidate who works in the politics department at Birkbeck College, University of London ... ©2023 Chicago Tribune ... Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC. Copyright 2023 Tribune Content Agency. .
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BVI-based company owed $11 billion by Nigeria rejects lying, bribery allegations

Reuters 25 Jan 2023
LONDON, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Lawyers representing a ... Nigeria is trying to overturn an award to Process & Industrial Developments (P&ID) of billions of dollars in damages that was made by a London arbitration tribunal in 2017 ... An eight-week trial began in London on Monday.
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‘Freedom for Assange and Journalism Are at Stake’: Belmarsh Tribunal Comes to DC

Antiwar 24 Jan 2023
Since then he has been held under house arrest, confined for seven years in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London while he was protected by the administration of former Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa, and jailed in Belmarsh Prison, for which the tribunal is named.
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Nigeria Tells London Court to Overturn $11bn Damages Bill to P&ID

This Day 24 Jan 2023
Nigeria yesterday told a London High Court that the country was ... A London arbitration tribunal in 2017 awarded $6.6 billion in damages to Process & Industrial Developments (P&ID), a little-known British Virgin Islands-based company, for lost profits related to the failed project.
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Executive wins age discrimination case after being called 'old fossil' unable to manage millennials

The Daily Telegraph 24 Jan 2023
The tribunal, held in central London, heard Mr Cowie started working for Vesuvius - which makes products for the car industry, steelmakers and foundries - while living in South Africa in 1981.
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The Belmarsh Tribunal: “In Short, Free Julian Assange, Without Further Unconscionable Delay.”

Sydney Criminal Lawyers 24 Jan 2023
Last week’s meeting was convened under the title the Belmarsh Tribunal, as Assange has been held in the London prison of the same name since April 2019, as he faces US extradition on an 18 charge indictment, which carries 175 years imprisonment, for having published thousands of leaked cables.
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Nigeria seeks to overturn $11 bln damages bill over failed gas project

Reuters 23 Jan 2023
LONDON, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Nigeria was the victim of ... A London arbitration tribunal in 2017 awarded $6.6 billion in damages to Process & Industrial Developments (P&ID), a little-known British Virgin Islands-based company, for lost profits related to the failed project.
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Nigeria seeks to overturn $11 billion damages bill over failed gas project

FX Empire 23 Jan 2023
LONDON (Reuters) – Nigeria was the victim of “a campaign ... A London arbitration tribunal in 2017 awarded $6.6 billion in damages to Process & Industrial Developments (P&ID), a little-known British Virgin Islands-based company, for lost profits related to the failed project.
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Spear makers go from the darkhouse to the spotlight

Post Bulletin 22 Jan 2023
NEW LONDON, Minn ... Loren Hjelle works at the lathe in his shop outside New London on Friday, January 13, 2023.Macy Moore / West Central Tribune ... Nick Hjelle holds a 20mm bullet casing that is repurposed as a fitting for a spear handle at Hjelle Arc Custom Spears near New London on Friday, January 13, 2023.Macy Moore / West Central Tribune.
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Prosecution of Assange Would Lead to End of the First Amendment, Advocates Warn

Scheerpost 22 Jan 2023
The tribunal is named after London’s high-security Belmarsh Prison, where Assange has been held for nearly four years, fighting extradition to the United States ... Philosopher, author and political activist Srećko Horvat, co-chair of the Tribunal, noted that the U.S ... the tribunal.
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'Freedom for Assange and journalism are at stake': Belmarsh Tribunal comes to DC

Alternet 21 Jan 2023
Since then he has been held under house arrest, confined for seven years in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London while he was protected by the administration of former Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa, and jailed in Belmarsh Prison, for which the tribunal is named.
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Biden accused of hypocrisy as he seeks extradition of Julian Assange

The Guardian 21 Jan 2023
... Tribunal, an ad hoc gathering of legal experts and supporters named after the London prison where Assange is being detained.
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Apple appeals investigation by UK competition watchdog

Reuters 20 Jan 2023
LONDON, Jan 20 (Reuters) - Technology giant Apple (AAPL.O) has filed an appeal against an investigation by Britain's competition watchdog into the dominance of its mobile browsers in the cloud gaming market ... from competition regulators in Brussels, London and elsewhere.
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Newly discovered 10,500-year-old civilization shows rare glimpse at prehistoric survival

Independent Tribune 19 Jan 2023
Metal is a staple in modern human existence. Your refrigerator, your smart phone, your laptop, your TV? All made, at least in part, of metal ... The Independent Tribune’s Cream of Cabarrus rankings. The site — which is about 250 miles north of London, near Scarborough — dates back to the Mesolithic, or “Middle Stone Age” period, the university said ... .

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