Schema-Root.org logo

 

  cross-referenced news and research resources about

 Afghan Supreme Court

Schema-Root.org logo
images:  google   yahoo YouTube
spacer

updated Thu. October 27, 2016 reload page to refresh

-
Kabul, July 21 (IANS) Afghan Security Forces on Thursday foiled an attack by a female insurgent on the Supreme Court in Kabul. A security official said the armed woman was shot dead before she could enter the court compound, Khaama Press reported.
Kabul, July 21 (IANS) Afghan security forces on Thursday foiled an attack by a female insurgent on the Supreme Court in Kabul. A security official said the armed woman was shot dead before she could enter the court compound, Khaama Press reported.

Kabul - New Taliban leader Mullah Haibatullah, whose appointment was announced on Wednesday, is a respected cleric who took up arms at a young age in Afghanistan, where he preached and taught justice, which carried him to the highest judicial ...
government of Afghanistan should also invite Pakistani investors to construct other important buildings such as the Afghan Supreme Court and Planning Commission of Afghanistan, etc. This invitation would help to establish not only people-to-people ...
As a last resort, Farkhunda's family has appealed to the Afghan Supreme Court, which has wide power to impose new sentences or order a new trial.
In March 2016, the Afghan Supreme Court voted to confirm the reduced sentences of those convicted. Three death sentences were changed to 20 years in prison and another to 10 years.

In March 2016, the Afghan Supreme Court voted to confirm the reduced sentences of those convicted. Three death sentences were changed to 20 years in prison and another to 10 years.
On Tuesday, Afghan officials announced that the father of Afghan Supreme Court Chief Justice Syed Yousuf Halim, had been rescued after having been kidnapped (Pajwhok).
Late on Monday evening, Afghanistan's attorney general confirmed the decision of the Afghan Supreme Court to vacate four death sentences and ease the punishment on nine other defendants accused of murdering Farkhunda Malikzada (NYT).
Sentences of 16 years for nine other men were also confirmed by the Afghan Supreme Court on March 7, while the court upheld the 10-year sentence against the minor.
Shahidyar said he has aspirations of working in the Afghan Supreme Court or serving as the Minister of Justice. "If you receive a U.S.
Farkhunda's family has appealed her case to the Afghan Supreme Court, which, in theory, has vast powers that could result in new sentences or a new trial.
Farkhunda's family shall appeal in the Afghan Supreme Court and shall be supported by world class lawyers. Now put this aside and ask: Has Pakistani government found few able lawyers to contest Islamabad High Court's (IHC) verdict on Mumtaz Qadri who ...
In one program, according to SIGAR, "USAID doubled funding even though it knew the Afghan Supreme Court was not interested in funding or in sustaining those activities.
First female nominee fails to win seat on Afghan Supreme Court. Conservatives attacked nomination of Anisa Rassouli, with one MP objecting on grounds that menstruating women were not allowed to touch Qur'an.
Farkhunda' family shall appeal in the Afghan Supreme Court and shall be supported by world class lawyers. Now put aside this advice, let me ask myself - has Pakistani government found few able lawyers to contest Islamabad High Court (IHC)' verdict on ...

UK Food Standards Agency gave clean chit to India-made Maggi. Read more Current Affairs on: Anisa Rasouli, Afghan women judges Association, juvenile court judge, female judge in Afghan Supreme Court, Afghan Supreme Court. Post Comment ...
Kabul, Afghanistan (CNN) -- An Afghan appellate court has overturned the death sentences of four men who were convicted in a brutal mob killing of a woman who'd been falsely accused of burning the Quran, a judge with knowledge of the decision told ...
... parliament member who served on the panel said Thursday. The lawmaker, Fawzia Koofi, said that the reductions would be an injustice and that she and other panel members would meet with Afghan Supreme Court judges about the matter Saturday.
The Taliban have reportedly claimed responsibility for the latest attack, local media said. According to local media reports, at least four people were killed in the latest bombing, which took place just 200 metres from the Afghan Supreme Court. See ...
Kabul, Afghanistan: A suicide attacker driving an explosives-packed vehicle targeted a NATO military convoy in the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Tuesday, police and a NATO official said.
Tokyo -- The Japanese government on Tuesday affirmed a new guideline to enhance its surveillance and guard system over its remote islands, as well as disputed territories with its neighboring countries, in line with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's hawkish ...
The Afghan Supreme Court and the US embassy are located near the site of the explosion. "The obvious target of the attack was a foreign convoy moving along the airport road," a witness said.
In a first, Islamic State fighters seize substantial territory in Afghanistan; 2.Huge explosion near Afghan Supreme Court, 4 dead; 3.Trillions spent, crises like Greece's persist; 4.Greece crisis: How India may be affected; 5.Bangladesh paper mocks ...
leading lawyer Anisa Rasooli is the first ever woman to be nominated Afghan woman to be nominated for the Supreme Court. (file photo).
According to Human Rights Watch, "running away," or fleeing home without permission, is not a crime under the Afghan criminal code, but the Afghan Supreme Court has instructed its judges to treat women and girls who flee as criminals. Although it is ...
Kabul -- Members of an influential Islamic panel in Afghanistan have protested against President Ashraf Ghani's nomination of a woman to the Supreme Court, a milestone appointment in a country where the Taliban once banned women from most areas of ...
First female Afghan Supreme Court nominee. For the first time ever, a female judge might serve as a Supreme Court High Council member (Pajhwok).
By Emily SchneiderEmily Schneider is a program associate in the International Security Program at New America. She is also an assistant editor of the South Asia channel.
By Courtney SchusterCourtney Schuster is a research intern with the International Security Program at New America and assists in editing Foreign Policy's South Asia Channel.
First female Afghan Supreme Court nominee. For the first time ever, a female judge might serve as a Supreme Court High Council member (Pajhwok).
In an unprecedented move in conservative Afghanistan, women's rights activists on March 22 carried the woman's coffin through the streets of the capital to her grave.
In an unprecedented move in conservative Afghanistan, women's rights activists on March 22 carried the woman's coffin through the streets of the capital to her grave.
Afghan Supreme Court sentences AP photographer's killer to 20 years in prison. Afghanistan's Supreme Court has ruled that the police officer convicted of killing Associated Press (AP) photographer Anja Niedringhaus and wounding AP correspondent Kathy ...
Kabul -- Thousands of protesters gathered in heavy rain Tuesday for a preplanned demonstration in front of the Afghan Supreme Court, demanding justice and carrying photos of Farkhunda, the 27-year-old woman who was brutally murdered by a mob after ...
Kabul, March 23 (IANS): Breaking with tradition, angry women in this Afghan capital carried the coffin of a young woman who was burnt to death by religious extremists for allegedly burning the holy Quran.
An Afghan Supreme Court ruling last week has cleared the way to begin going after corrupt politicians and politically connected people implicated in the scheme "to get the depositors' money and use it for their own," he says.
She has represented a child who was married off at six years old to settle a debt, the first person to bring a case of domestic violence in the Afghan Supreme Court, a woman who had been jailed for adultery after she was attacked by her cousin's ...
In December, unknown gunmen in capital Kabul killed Atiquallah Raufi, head of the Afghan Supreme Court Secretariat, which the Taliban later claimed was a revenge attack.
In an attack, Chief Secretariat of Afghan Supreme Court, Atiqullah Raufi, was gunned down in western Kabul. The exact number of casualties on the army and police last month remained unknown.


spacer

 


 


 


 


 


schema-root.org

  asia
    afghanistan
     government
       supreme court

Afghan government:
       military
       ministry of health
       offices
       officials
       parliament
       royalty
       supreme court

cross-references for
supreme court: