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We spent a fair amount of the day in the company of French parents and their children--all of them strangers to us but all the more instructive thereby as an opportunity for observation. There were two venues--one a fairly upscale restaurant peopled by Parisian families in Sunday dinner...
A 6-year-old boy in Florida was injured along with 5 other people involved in a two-car accident involving a Cutlass and a Camry. The accident occurred when the driver of the Cutlass passed a stop sign at a high rate of speed and collided with the Camry. The Cutlass also collided with a fence and...
What Happened to Disney Youth Counselor Rebecca Coriam on the Disney Wonder Cruise Ship One Year Ago?
The following is a copy of a press release issued today regarding the disappearance of Rebecca Coriam: What Happened to Rebecca? One year ago tomorrow, twenty-four year old Rebecca Coriam disappeared from the Disney Wonder. Rebecca worked aboard the Wonder as a youth counselor. She was...
"A Commentary on the Committee on the Rights of the Child's Definition of Non-Refoulement for Children: Broad Protection for Fundamental Rights," Res Gestae, no. 8 (2011) [full-text]The Contemporary International Law Status of the Right to Receive Asylum (SSRN, March 2012) [text]U.S. Asylum Law as...
Today, Trial Chamber I of the International Criminal Court found Thomas Lubanga Dyilo guilty of the war crimes of conscripting and enlisting children under the age of 15 and using them to actively participate in military hostilities during the conflict in Ituri, Democratic Republic of the Congo.Mr....