The ACLU of Southern California filed a lawsuit in federal court on behalf of several immigrants with Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and citizens whose parents have TPS, challenging the Trump administration's revocation of the status for over 200,000 people. The administration has terminated TPS for all people from El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua and Sudan. The suit contends that the administration's actions are unconstitutional as they interfere with the right of school-aged citizen children of TPS beneficiaries to reside in the country. The young citizens would have to choose whether to leave the country or to remain without their parents. (Photo: WikiMedia Commons)
The UN Special Court for Sierra Leone rejected an appeal by former Liberian president Charles Taylor of his convictions for war crimes.
Former Liberian president Charles Taylor began his appeal in The Hague of his conviction and 50-year sentence for war crimes committed during the civil war in Sierra Leone.