If the hacker attacks that hit Russia’s top blogging service, LiveJournal, this week are anything to go by, the unwritten rules of cyber warfare no longer apply.
A landmark ruling that legalized gay sex between consenting partners in India was challenged Thursday in the country’s high court, lawyers said. The supreme court issued a notice to the nonprofit Naz Foundation that had won a lower-court verdict after a seven-year legal fight to decriminalize gay sex
Former Argentine President Nestor Kirchner resigned as leader of the ruling political party Monday following a poor showing in Sunday’s elections, the official news agency Telam reported.
The U.S. government cannot collectively seal its records in more than 100 cases involving the indefinite detention of suspects held at the Guantanamo Bay facility in Cuba, a federal judge ruled Monday
South Africans waited on election results Thursday in a ballot that the ruling African National Congress party appeared on course to win in a landslide.
The president of Fiji on Saturday defied a court ruling that had declared the Pacific nation’s military government illegal, swearing in as prime minister a man in direct opposition to the ruling, the state-run Web site said.