Stories about Law from September, 2013
Women in Saudi Arabia should not drive because driving will have adverse effects on their pelvis and ovaries, says a religious scholar. No Kidding.
The latest artwork from a cartoon blogger "A sad morning dream" tries to make sense of the execution of Xia Junfeng, a street vendor convicted of murder.
Acting Chief Justice Lombe Chibesakunda, Zambia's first female head of the judiciary, was rejected by parliament and therefore should not have the post, the Law Association of Zambia argues.
Bo Xilai was sentenced to life in prison after being found guilty of corruption, taking bribes and abuse of power.
What is the situation of women in the Spanish Army? Lourdes Sada reports.
A pair of suicide bombers blew themselves up in a 130-year-old church in Peshawar after a Sunday Mass killing more than 80 people and injuring many.
The 16-year-old junior high school student had published comments online questioning the official explanation of the recent death of a local worker.
Protesters equate the school uniform policy with authoritarianism but supporters believe it is necessary to promote discipline and equality
Jalal Al-Qattan was shot in the stomach during a protest in Qatif last year. He has since been arrested and sentenced to three years. Netizens react.
An explosive new video, exclusively translated into English by Global Voices, appears to show local criminals haggling for a cut of Kyrgyzstan's gold with a foreign company.
"I think we just broke the speed record in having sanctions introduced," one Twitter user observed.