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Sup. Court rejects school action on race  The Supreme Court has narrowly ruled that the race of a child cannot be used to determine where he/she will be sent to school Supreme court admits Guantanamo cases  The Court has agreed to hear an appeal by detainees that they be allowed to challenge their confinement in federal courts Court rejects CIA kidnap case  The Court has thrown out an appeal by a Lebanese-born German citizen who accuses the CIA of kidnapping and torturing him Judges delay death in Mississippi
Top court rejects Guantanamo test

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  The US Supreme Court will not decide whether detainees have the right to challenge their detention in US federal courts

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  The US Supreme Court has granted a stay of execution to a death-row inmate moments before he was due to die

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  The Court is to consider an American's right to bear arms for the first time in nearly 70 years

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Dec.5   Guantanamo legal showdown begins
  The Court is deciding whether inmates at the camp should have the right to contest their detention in US civilian courts
  Judges mull Guantanamo rights
  The Bush administration argued in the Court that foreign terrorism suspects have sufficient opportunities to challenge their confinement

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