Euronews 14 Jan 2020

The Brief: what are the next legal steps in the Catalan conundrum?


Announcements and parliamentary procedure will follow Spain's request to lift immunity.…

As we head into 2020, what could the next decade bring for the world of politics? Yascha Mounk, a contributor editor for The Atlantic and associate professor at Johns Hopkins University, joined CBSN with his predictions.
After nearly five years of preliminary examinations, the International Criminal Court has announced there is enough evidence to investigate alleged war crimes by Israelies and Palestinians in the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip.
Palestine referred the case shortly after joining the court in 2015.
The ICC's chief prosecutor is asking judges to first establish what territory the investigation would cover.
Palestininan leaders welcomed the announcement, but Israel and the United States criticised the decision as political.
So will there be a full investigation? And what can it achieve?

Presenter: Folly Bah Thibault
Toby Cadman - International Human Rights Lawyer
Robbie Sabel - Professor of International Law at Hebrew University and former Legal Adviser to Israel's Foreign Ministry
Ali Abunimah - Co-Founder of Electronic Intifada, an independent online news publication focusing on Palestine
Maria Taylor takes a look at Dallas Mavericks star Luka Doncic's journey to the NBA in which he immediately rose to stardom while also gaining the appreciation of fellow teammates and others stars around the league.
Two weeks of public impeachment hearings have come to an end. NBC News' Steve Kornacki breaks down the next steps in the impeachment process.

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