Stories about Law from October, 2018
Power struggle between ousted Sri Lankan PM and newly appointed PM has led to the death of a protester in Colombo.
"Who do these politicians think they are? They are elected by the public, and the public is absolutely entitled to see how they behave."
For some African nations, the allure of outsourcing their education systems to well-funded foreign NGOs is hard to resist. But it's the most vulnerable who end up paying the price.
South Africa is a major destination for young Mozambicans for jobs and studies, and many were left wondering how the ruling will affect them.
The noise we make on digital platforms scares oppressive regimes. In some cases, it can even force them to rescind their actions.
Journalists across India share their testimony on the deteriorating state of media — and vow to fight back
Four journalists have been killed because of their work in 2018. Killings have evoked public outrage, but little response from the government.
Legal scholars and social scientists are likely to pore over this significant judgment for its far-reaching impact on civil liberties and socio-economic issues.