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Court Rejects Claim of Distinction Between "Civil" and "Military" Activities of Hamas (September 22, 2015) by Ruth Levush

On September 3, 2015, Israel's Supreme Court rejected an appeal against the conviction of four individuals ...

Topic: National security; Sentencing; Terrorism
Jurisdiction: Israel

Rewards Offered for Help in Cracking Down on Terrorists (September 18, 2015) by Wendy Zeldin

On August 31, 2015, Turkish authorities issued a new regulation to reward persons who assist in ...

Topic: Intelligence activities; National security; Terrorism
Jurisdiction: Turkey

Palmyra Temple Bombing Deemed a War Crime (September 10, 2015) by Wendy Zeldin

On August 24, 2015, the Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), ...

Topic: Cultural heritage; Terrorism; War crimes
Jurisdiction: UNESCO

Danish National Sentenced in Lebanon for Joining ISIS (September 09, 2015) by Constance Johnson

A court in Lebanon has sentenced a Danish national to three years of imprisonment for fighting ...

Topic: Crime and law enforcement; International affairs; Terrorism
Jurisdiction: Denmark; Lebanon

School Girl Pleads Guilty to Terror Charges (August 27, 2015) by Clare Feikert-Ahalt

A 16-year-old school girl pled guilty to two counts of terrorism offenses in a youth court ...

Topic: Juvenile crime; Terrorism
Jurisdiction: England and Wales

Supreme Court Suspends Detention of Islamic Jihad Activist (August 25, 2015) by Ruth Levush

On August 19, 2015, Israel's Supreme Court suspended the continued detention of a person determined to ...

Topic: Detention; Terrorism
Jurisdiction: Israel

Cybersecurity Provisions in Proposed or Recently Passed Laws (August 25, 2015) by Laney Zhang

China's legislature is considering passage of a comprehensive cybersecurity law. The proposed law on counterterrorism ...

Topic: Espionage; Internet; National security; Telecommunications; Terrorism
Jurisdiction: China

Parliament Passes Anti-Terrorism Law (August 18, 2015) by George Sadek

On August 7, 2015, the Tunisian Parliament passed Law 26 of 2015 on combating terrorism and ...

Topic: Terrorism
Jurisdiction: Tunisia

Far North Region Bans Burka, Face-Covering Veils (July 22, 2015) by Wendy Zeldin

It was reported on July 17, 2015, that Cameroon's Far North Region instituted a ban on ...

Topic: Church and state relations; Freedom of religion; Terrorism; Women's rights
Jurisdiction: Cameroon

Law on NGOs Passed (July 15, 2015) by Constance Johnson

On July 13, 2015, Cambodia's legislature adopted a new law designed to regulate the country's approximately ...

Topic: Human rights and civil liberties; Nongovernmental organizations; Terrorism
Jurisdiction: Cambodia

First Attempt to Revoke Canadian Citizenship Under New Citizenship Act (July 15, 2015) by Tariq Ahmad

Canada's Minister of Citizenship and Immigration is moving ahead to revoke the citizenship of a Canadian ...

Topic: Citizenship and nationality; Crime and law enforcement; National security; Terrorism
Jurisdiction: Canada

New Anti-Terrorism Legislation Entered Into Force (July 10, 2015) by Jenny Gesley

On June 20 and on June 30, 2015, new anti-terrorism legislation entered into force in Germany. ...

Topic: Border security; Criminal code; Government documents; Terrorism; Visas and passports
Jurisdiction: Germany

State of Emergency Declared (July 08, 2015) by Constance Johnson

On July 4, 2015, following the June 26 terrorist attack in Tunisia's beach resort city of ...

Topic: Civil disturbances; Civil rights and liberties; Executive powers; National security; Terrorism
Jurisdiction: Tunisia

Parliament Amends Terrorism Law (June 26, 2015) by Hanibal Goitom

Uganda's 386-member unicameral Parliament recently adopted the Anti-Terrorism (Amendment) Bill, 2015, aimed at revising parts of ...

Topic: Terrorism
Jurisdiction: Uganda

New Governmental Measures Following Two Suicide Bombings (June 25, 2015) by Nicolas Boring

On June 19, 2015, Prime Minister Kalzeubet Payimi Deubet of Chad announced that his government was ...

Topic: Freedom of religion; National security; Terrorism
Jurisdiction: Chad

Court Dismisses Lawsuit Concerning U.S. Drone Attacks in Yemen (June 17, 2015) by Jenny Gesley

On May 27, 2015, the Administrative Trial Court of Cologne (Verwaltungsgericht Köln, VG Köln) dismissed a ...

Topic: Constitution; Terrorism
Jurisdiction: Germany

ISIS Recognized as Terrorist Organization (June 08, 2015) by Peter Roudik

On May 29, 2015, Central Asian and Russian news agencies reported that the Supreme Court of ...

Topic: Church and state relations; National security; Terrorism
Jurisdiction: Tajikistan

Foreign Fighters Decree Now a Law (May 19, 2015) by Dante Figueroa

It was reported on March 24, 2015, that new legislation, Decree Law No. 7 amending Italy's ...

Topic: Terrorism
Jurisdiction: Italy

NGOs Protest Decree Defining Terrorist Organizations (May 05, 2015) by George Sadek

On May 1, 2015, non-governmental organizations officially protested Egypt's presidential decree containing Law No. 8 of ...

Topic: Human rights and civil liberties; Terrorism
Jurisdiction: Egypt

Proposal to Forcibly Repatriate Somali Refugees (April 16, 2015) by Hanibal Goitom

Following the April 2, 2015, deadly attacks at Kenya's Garissa University carried out by members of ...

Topic: Human rights and civil liberties; International affairs; Refugees; Terrorism
Jurisdiction: Kenya

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Last updated: September 22, 2015