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heterologous fertilization

Only now everyone in Italy can hope for a pregnancy

Filomena Gallo @Filomena_Gallo
The Constitutional Court has declared the prohibition on heterologous fertilization provided by Law 40/2004 unconstitutional. The decision has historic value: it affirms the constitutional foundation... [MORE]
sowing cannabis

Medicinal cannabis: a "radical" criminal organization

Rita Bernardini @RitaBernardini
On July 25, with Laura Arconti and Marco Pannella, inspired by the struggle of the Cannabis Social Club of Racale "LapianTiamo", I planted cannabis seeds at my house. The seeds are... [MORE]
Turkey Embassy

«Turkey in Europe Now» meets Turkish minister Ҫavuşoğlu: Pannella asks for Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus citizenship

Mariano Giustino @MarianoGiustino
On July 22 in Turkey embassy in Rome, founding members of «Turkey in Europe Now» transnational organization met with Turkish Minister for European Affairs Mevlüt Ҫavuşoğlu. Minister... [MORE]
Melilla

Parliament discusses compensation for detainees. SEL MP adheres to Radical Satyagraha @SimoneSapienza

Simone Sapienza @SimoneSapienza
On July 23, during a debate in the Chamber of Deputies on the compensation to detainees for the violations of the European Convention on Human Rights, MP Melilla (SEL - Left and Freedom) stated his... [MORE]
Libya

ICC ruling on the Al-Senussi case heralds new potential for justice and human rights protection in Libya

Gianluca Eramo @gianlucaeramo
On 24 July the Appeals Chamber of the ICC ruled that the case against Mr Abdullah Al-Senussi, Colonel Gaddafi’s former intelligence chief, is inadmissible before the Court. The decision... [MORE]
Joseph Rudolph Wood

USA: Arizona inmate dies 2 hours after execution begins

Sergio D'Elia @sdelia3
On 23 July 2014, death row inmate Joseph Wood took almost two hours to die after his execution started at Arizona’s State prison in Florence. He gasped several times during his prolonged... [MORE]
Free Them Now

“FREE THEM NOW”: successful campaign for the Cambodian opposition

Dara Thong @DaraSamaki
On 21 July 2014, the Samaki Kohn Khmer organization held a demonstration entitled "Free Them Now" in Paris, in the Robert Esnault-Pelterie street, near the Invalides neighbourhood, in... [MORE]
Colorado six months after the legalization of marijuana

Colorado: 6 months after the legalization of marijuana

Luca Viscardi
Over 6 months have passed since the State of Colorado legalized marijuana and some first data have become available. In March, the sales of marijuana generated revenue of  $19 million, an... [MORE]
Tony Blair in Vietnam

The Quartet Representative to the Middle East goes to… Vietnam

Matteo Angioli @Matteo_Angioli
On July 22, Tony Bair, Quartet Representative to the Middle East - a Quartet comprising the UN, EU, USA and Russia -, flew to Vietnam for some days to meet with Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung.... [MORE]
CEDU

Right to Know: the international case of Italy (10)

Marco Beltrandi
I think I have provided sufficient grounds over the course of these ten weekly articles (thanks to the Nonviolent Radical Party and the readers for their patience) to conclude that the respect for... [MORE]

Photo of the week

Repeal Prohibition, Again New York, 27 July 2014: with the headline "Repeal prohibition, again" the New York Times calls for marijuana legalization
 

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