Begum left her parents' home in East London in 2015 when she was just 15 to travel to Syria to join IS. She was stripped of her nationality in 2019, a decision she is legally challenging.
Ankara banned Wikipedia in April 2017 over entries that stated that the country had sponsored terrorist organisations.
The Urgenda environmental group has come out victorious of its six-year legal battle against the Netherlands with the High Court citing the EU's Convention of Human Rights in its ruling.
The location of Franco's tomb continues to fracture Spanish opinion with 43% in favour of the move and 32.5% against, according to a recent poll.
The Supreme Court overturned an earlier decision that prevented the US president from using military funds to build a border wall between the US and Mexico.
Lawyers for Carter argued that her conviction violated her constitutional right to freedom of speech.
Sam Adams is celebrating the supreme court justice with a Belgian IPA.
The UK's top court has rejected a bid to stop Europe's top court from determining whether Brexit can be reversed.
The bakery was found guilty of discrimination in 2015 and lost a subsequent appeal in 2016 after they refused to bake a cake iced with the words "Support Gay Marriage" accompanied with the image of Sesame Street characters Bert and Ernie based on their religious beliefs.
Trump apologies for "pain endured" by Brett Kavanaugh as he is sworn-in at the White House
“I’ve ordered the FBI to conduct a supplemental investigation to update Judge Kavanaugh’s file," Trump wrote in a Tweet.
U.S. President Donald Trump's support for Supreme Court nominee wavers as a third accuser comes forward