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Legal news from Monday, May 25, 2015
by Taylor Gillan

A Bangladeshi police official on Monday said that Bangladeshi police have arrested two suspected members of the Islamic State (IS) on suspicion that the pair were planning to fight for IS in Syria. According to Sheikh Nazmul Alam, a senior official of the police detective branch, the men were detained in Dhaka on Sunday …

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by Brittany Felder

Three Yemeni officials on Sunday said they were notified that the UN-sponsored peace conference designed to establish peace in Yemen has been indefinitely postponed. The conference was scheduled to begin on Thursday, and no new date has been set. Sultan al-Atwani, an aide to exiled President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, stated that the talks were "postponed because …

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by Brittany Felder

United Nations Special Coordinator Sigrid Kaag on Monday, urged leaders in Lebanon to end their political divisions in order to pick a new president, warning that the year-long debate over the matter had "undermined Lebanon's ability to address the growing security, economic and social challenges facing the country." Monday marks a year that …

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by Taylor Gillan

Rights groups on Monday criticized Myanmar's newly signed birth-spacing law, which requires some mothers to space the births of their children three years apart. The law, signed by Myanmar President Thein Sein on Saturday, was represented by the government as a healthcare bill intended to bring down maternal and infant mortality rates and is supported …

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