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The supreme court is the highest court within the hierarchy of courts in many legal jurisdictions. Other descriptions for such courts include court of last resort, apex court, and high court of appeal. Broadly speaking, the decisions of a supreme court are not subject to further review by any other court. Supreme courts typically function primarily as appellate courts, hearing appeals from decisions of lower trial courts, or from intermediate-level appellate courts.

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India ramps up security ahead of verdict on contested religious site

India has increased security a week before the Supreme Court rules on a disputed religious site that has been fiercely contested by majority Hindus and Muslims for decades, police and home ministry..
Reuters - Published

Spanish court reactivates warrant for three Catalan separatist leaders: lawyer

Spain's Supreme Court has reactivated a European arrest warrant for three of the Catalan leaders who fled Spain after taking part in a failed independence bid in 2017, a lawyer for the accused said on..
Reuters - Published

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Trump Wants To Shied Tax Returns From Federal Investigation [Video]Trump Wants To Shied Tax Returns From Federal Investigation

President Donald Trump asked the Supreme Court to shield his tax returns from investigation. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. wants to subpoena eights years of Trump’s tax records...

Credit: Wochit News     Duration: 00:32Published

Extinction Rebellion 'vindicated' by High Court victory [Video]Extinction Rebellion 'vindicated' by High Court victory

A High Court victory for Extinction Rebellion "vindicates" their criticism of the Metropolitan Police's London-wide ban on their protests, according to their barrister. The judge's decision is a..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 00:54Published

Protests erupt after Spain jails separatist leaders [Video]Protests erupt after Spain jails separatist leaders

Spain's Supreme Court on Monday jailed nine Catalan separatist leaders for between nine and 13 years for their role in a failed independence bid, a decision that triggered mass protests in the region..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:48Published

Spain jails Catalan separatist leaders for a total of almost 100 years [Video]Spain jails Catalan separatist leaders for a total of almost 100 years

Spain's Supreme Court handed prison sentences of between nine and 13 years to nine separatist leaders on Monday, for their role in a failed Catalan independence bid in 2017. David Doyle reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:19Published

Spain: Catalan leaders get 13 years in jail for sedition [Video]Spain: Catalan leaders get 13 years in jail for sedition

Spain's Supreme Court sentences nine, including former Catalonian vice president Oriol Junqueras, for independence bid.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 04:04Published

Boris Johnson returns to parliament he unlawfully suspended [Video]Boris Johnson returns to parliament he unlawfully suspended

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson returned to face the nation's parliament on Wednesday a day after the Supreme Court ruled he acted unlawfully when suspending the legislature earlier this month.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 02:53Published

Johnson says Supreme Court was wrong to block suspension of Parliament [Video]Johnson says Supreme Court was wrong to block suspension of Parliament

Boris Johnson has hit out at the Supreme Court for intervening in a political matter at a time of "great national controversy" over Brexit. The Prime Minister was forced to cut short a trip to the..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 00:55Published

Boris Johnson returns to Downing Street as Parliament resumes [Video]Boris Johnson returns to Downing Street as Parliament resumes

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has returned to Downing Street as Parliament resumes its business. It comes a day after the Supreme Court ruled that his original suspension of Parliament was 'unlawful'.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 00:32Published

Boris Johnson "strongly disagrees" with Supreme Court ruling [Video]Boris Johnson "strongly disagrees" with Supreme Court ruling

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that he “strongly disagrees” with the Supreme Court ruling but that Parliament “will come back”.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:48Published

John Bercow: Parliament must resume after Supreme Court ruling [Video]John Bercow: Parliament must resume after Supreme Court ruling

House of Commons speaker John Bercow addresses the press on College Green, Westminster, where he welcomes the Supreme Court's ruling that the Government's prorogation of Parliament was unlawful. Mr..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:25Published

'Consider your position' - Labour's Corbyn tells PM Johnson [Video]'Consider your position' - Labour's Corbyn tells PM Johnson

British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn called on Boris Johnson on Tuesday to consider his position and call a new election after the Supreme Court ruled that the prime minister's move to suspend..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:07Published

UK's top court rules Johnson's parliament suspension 'unlawful' [Video]UK's top court rules Johnson's parliament suspension 'unlawful'

The United Kingdom's Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's advice to Queen Elizabeth to suspend parliament weeks before Brexit was unlawful. Rough cut (no reporter..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:35Published

Gina Miller reacts to Supreme Court prorogation ruling [Video]Gina Miller reacts to Supreme Court prorogation ruling

Gina Miller, who led the legal challenge against the move to prorogue parliament, said outside the Supreme Court that it was a win for parliamentary sovereignty. “Today’s ruling confirms that we..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:50Published

What has happened in the Supreme Court prorogation case? [Video]What has happened in the Supreme Court prorogation case?

Boris Johnson faces an anxious wait as the UK's highest court considers whether he acted unlawfully by suspending Parliament for five weeks in the face of a looming Brexit deadline. The case is a..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:39Published

 

Nigerian supreme court dismisses appeal against Buhari election win

Nigeria's Supreme Court on Wednesday dismissed an appeal by the main opposition candidate to overturn the result of February's presidential election in which Muhammadu Buhari was returned to office.
Reuters - Published

Polish Supreme Court rejects vote recount bid by ruling nationalists

Poland's Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected one of six requests for a vote recount by the ruling nationalists (PiS) following the Oct. 13 election in which they narrowly lost their majority in the upper..
Reuters - Published

Polish opposition follows government in demanding partial Senate vote recount

Poland's opposition asked the Supreme Court on Tuesday to approve the recount of some votes in elections for parliament's upper house, setting the scene for a dispute over a tight result a day after..
Reuters - Published

Poland's ruling nationalists ask for partial vote recount after losing Senate

Poland's ruling nationalists asked the Supreme Court on Monday to approve a recount of some votes for parliament's upper house, a move which if approved could hand them a majority in both chambers and..
Reuters - Published

Brazil Supreme Court ruling could free corruption convicts, including Lula

Brazil's Supreme Court began debating on Thursday whether to overturn a three-year-old rule that convicted criminals must go to prison right after losing their first appeal and not wait until they have..
Reuters - Published

South Korean court upholds 45-day ban on Asiana's San Francisco flights

South Korea's Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a government decision to suspend Asiana Airlines' Incheon-San Francisco route for 45 days, adding to the debt-ridden carrier's headaches as it battles..
Reuters - Published

Jailed Catalan separatist leader says new referendum unavoidable

The Catalan separatist leader hit by the heaviest jail sentence by Spain's Supreme Court for his role in the region's failed secession bid told Reuters a new referendum on independence was unavoidable.
Reuters - Published

Spaniards react to prison sentences for Catalan separatist leaders

Spain's Supreme Court on Monday sentenced nine Catalan separatist leaders to up to 13 years in prison for sedition over their role in a failed independence bid, dividing opinion both in the region and..
Reuters - Published

Spain issues European arrest warrant for former Catalan head Puigdemont

Spain's Supreme Court on Monday issued an European arrest warrant for former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont, following the sentencing of nine other separatist leaders.
Reuters - Published

Spain finds Catalan leaders guilty of sedition in landmark ruling over independence bid

Spain's Supreme Court on Monday sentenced nine Catalan separatist leaders to between nine and 13 years in prison for sedition over their role in the region's failed bid for independence in 2017.
Reuters - Published

Spain readies for landmark ruling on Catalan independence trial

Spain's Supreme Court is expected to announce on Monday its highly-anticipated verdict in the trial of 12 Catalan separatist leaders over their role in the region's 2017 banned referendum and..
Reuters - Published

Catalan separatist leaders to get up to 15 years in jail: judicial source

Spain's Supreme Court plans to sentence Catalan separatist leaders to a maximum of 15 years in prison over a 2017 bid for independence, a judicial source told Reuters on Saturday.
Reuters - Published

Spanish court to rule on Catalan separatists early next week: sources

Spain's Supreme Court is set to announce as early as Monday its verdict in the high-stakes trial of Catalan separatist leaders over their role in a banned independence referendum, two judicial sources..
Reuters - Published

Spain's top court set to announce verdict for Catalan separatist leaders on Monday: source

Spain's Supreme Court is expected to announce on Monday its verdict in the trial of Catalan separatist leaders, a judicial source said on Friday, in a decision that could reignite tensions over a..
Reuters - Published

UK Attorney General: We will not suspend parliament unlawfully again

The British government will not try to suspend parliament again in a way that contravenes Tuesday's ruling of the Supreme Court, Attorney General Geoffrey Cox said, speaking after the court declared an..
Reuters - Published

Johnson flies back to face UK parliament as Brexit chaos deepens

A defiant Prime Minister Boris Johnson was flying home early on Wednesday after the Supreme Court ruled he had unlawfully suspended parliament, with no end in sight to Britain's deep political crisis..
Reuters - Published

U.S. Supreme Court not politicized, says Chief Justice Roberts

U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts, speaking at a New York synagogue on Tuesday night, lamented the perception that the Supreme Court is becoming politicized and that the justices' decisions are guided..
Reuters - Published

UK PM Johnson spoke to Queen Elizabeth after Supreme Court ruling: official

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spoke to Queen Elizabeth after the Supreme Court ruled he acted unlawfully when he advised her to suspend parliament just weeks before Brexit, a government official..
Reuters - Published

What happens next after the Supreme Court ruled that Boris Johnson unlawfully prorogued parliament?

The prime minister is facing a tough few days as MPs and peers return to Westminster earlier than expected
Independent - Published

UK House of Commons to sit on Wednesday: Speaker Bercow

Britain's lower house of parliament, the House of Commons, will sit on Wednesday after the Supreme Court ruled Prime Minister Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament was unlawful, Commons Speaker John..
Reuters - Published

DUP leader Foster says Supreme Court decision "has to be respected"

The leader of the Northern Ireland party whose 10 members of parliament support Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government on Tuesday said the judgment of the Supreme Court has to be respected.
Reuters - Published

EU executive declines comment after top UK court rules against PM Johnson

The European Commission declined to comment on "internal constitutional matters" of the United Kingdom after the Supreme Court there ruled Prime Minister Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament was..
Reuters - Published

Jeremy Corbyn tells Boris Johnson to resign after PM's parliament suspension ruled illegal

Jeremy Corbyn has called on Boris Johnson to resign after the Supreme Court ruled the prime minster's decision to prorogue parliament was illegal.
Independent - Published

UK Speaker Bercow says House of Commons must convene without delay

Britain's House of Commons must convene without delay, Speaker John Bercow said on Tuesday, welcoming a ruling by the Supreme Court that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament..
Reuters - Published

Supreme Court rules Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament unlawful

Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament earlier this month was unlawful, the Supreme Court has ruled.
Independent - Published

Spain's Supreme Court set to rule on whether remains of Franco should be moved

Spain's Supreme Court is expected to rule on Tuesday on whether to move the remains of former dictator General Francisco Franco from a state mausoleum that the leftist government and others have..
Reuters - Published

Supreme Court to rule on Parliament suspension on Tuesday

Judges have been considering whether Boris Johnson's five-week prorogation was lawful.
BBC News - Published

UK will respect Supreme Court ruling on suspension of parliament: Foreign minister

Britain will accept the Supreme Court's upcoming ruling on whether the government's decision to suspend parliament was lawful, foreign minister Dominic Raab said on Sunday.
Reuters - Published

If he loses in court, PM Johnson could suspend parliament again - document

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson could suspend parliament again even if the Supreme Court rules that his original suspension, or prorogation, was unlawful, a court document tweeted by an opposition..
Reuters - Published

Boris Johnson makes his case to the Supreme Court: You should never believe a word I say

Somewhat awkwardly for the prime minister, he has failed to mention when questioned something he is later relying on in court
Independent - Published

UK's Johnson will act if court says parliament suspension was unlawful: lawyer

A lawyer for the British government told the Supreme Court on Tuesday that if it ruled that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament in the run-up to Brexit was unlawful, he would..
Reuters - Published

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