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  1. For many, "freedom of speech is unconditional," as the placard says, and that includes for

    Does Assange indictment set dangerous precedent for journalists?

    Does the indictment of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange under the US Espionage Act for publishing classified military and diplomatic documents ...
  2. FILE PHOTO:  Abortion-rights campaigners attend a rally in New York

    US judge blocks Mississippi 'heartbeat' abortion ban

    A federal judge on Friday blocked a Mississippi law that would ban abortions after detection of a fetal heartbeat, which can often occur at six ...
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    Law Society issues call for caution after 'alarming' scams targeting law firm clients

  4. FILE PHOTO: Alabama Lt Governor Kay Ivey speaks to the media after being sworn in as Alabama's

    Alabama governor signs strictest US abortion ban into law

  5. Shane Lin and Marc Yuan are expectantly awaiting Asia's first gay marriage law in Taiwan

    Taiwan gay couples plan weddings even as opponents fight back

    At the cake shop they run in Taipei, Shane Lin and Marc Yuan are planning their upcoming wedding as they expectantly await Asia's first gay ...
  6. Thai activist Jatupat "Pai Dao Din" Boonpatararaksa

    Thai activist jailed for insulting monarchy freed in royal pardon

  7. FC Nantes supporters gather in front of a portrait of late Argentinian forward Emiliano Sala prior

    2 arrested in UK over online image of Sala's body

  8. FILE PHOTO: Bookseller Lam Wing-kee marches during a protest to demand authorities scrap a proposed

    Spectre of extradition law spreads as Hong Kong bookseller flees to Taiwan

    A Hong Kong bookseller who was detained by China is seeking refuge in Taiwan, saying his home city will no longer be safe when new laws are ...
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    Commentary: Even criminals deserve justice - and other reasons why lawyers defend them

    Being a criminal defence lawyer is more than a job – it’s also serving a sacred duty of due process, says Associate Professor Darren Koh Ngiap ...