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Indian Temple Pack to allow entry to women after the Court Judgment

(NEW DELHI) ​​- A South Indian temple, one of the largest Hindu shrines in the world, is set to open its doors to women of menstruating age, following a ruling by the country's Supreme Court. The police officers arrested the demonstrators from near the Sabarimala Temple on Wednesday, a few hours before the beginning of the temples State of Kerala …

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Myanmar postpones judgment for detained Reuters reporters

YANGON, Myanmar (AP) – On Monday, a Myanmar judge adjourned the verdict against two Reuters journalists who were accused of illegally holding official documents in a case that drew attention to the flagging press freedom in the troubled Southeast Asian nation Has. The verdict in the case of Kyaw Soe Oo and Wa Lone was expected on Monday, but was …

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Journalists from Myanmar Reuters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo await judgment

image copyright Reuters Two Reuters journalists documenting a massacre of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar You are being arrested for violating a state secret act. Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were arrested in December carrying secret official documents they had just received from police officers. The men must spend up to 14 years in prison if they are found guilty. …

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Monsanto hit $ 289 million judgment in cancer

August 10, 2018 9:05 ET A jury has convicted Monsanto Co. of $ 289.2 million in a groundbreaking lawsuit over whether contact with two of its powerful weed killers causes cancer. The jury's verdict in the San Francisco Superior Court is the latest setback for Monsanto, now part of Bavarian AG BAYRY -3,66% Following World Health Organization flagship Roedup in …

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The Latest: McConnell Team Twits Gorsuch Photo After the Judgment

WASHINGTON – The recent ruling of the Supreme Court confirming President Donald Trump's travel ban (all local time): 15:25 The Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell, makes one after the Supreme Court ruling Lap of Honor President Donald Trump's travel ban, a photo from the Conservative Justice of the Supreme Court, helped him to the bench. It was McConnell who prevented …

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Uber has given the green light for the continuation of the London business after British judgment

Simon Dawson / Illustration / Reuters (Simon Dawson / Reuters) Nine months after his license was denied, Uber was granted permission to continue operating in London – a critical market for the Ride-Hailing giant. A The UK District Court ruled Tuesday that the controversial company was "fit and appropriate" to receive a 15-month probation. But Uber committed to change, including …

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Kim Wall Murder Case: Peter Madsen Judgment awaits in Denmark court today, live updates 2018-4-25

COPENHAGEN, Denmark – On Wednesday, a verdict is expected at Copenhagen City Court on whether the Danish inventor Peter Madsen tortured and murdered a Swedish journalist during a private submarine voyage. Madsen, 47, is charged with murdering, dismembering, and improperly handling a body for Kim Wall death. Madsen denied the murder and said Wall had accidentally died in the submarine, …

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Judgment awaits in the submarine death of Swedish journalist

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) – A verdict is expected Wednesday before the Copenhagen court whether Danish inventor Peter Madsen tortured and murdered a Swedish journalist on a private submarine voyage. Madsen, 47, is charged with murder, dismemberment and indecent treatment of a corpse for the death of Kim Wall. Madsen refused murder and said that Wall happened to have died in …

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Asaram Bapu: Judgment is expected in Indian guru rape attempt

Asaram Bapu, who is venerated by millions as a living saint, was charged in September 2013 with allegedly rape of a 16-year-old girl, leading to violent clashes between his supporters and the police in several major cities. Police were alerted in three Indian states in anticipation of the court ruling on Wednesday, with further threats of violence. The three states …

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Immigration Court, Case Manuel Duran: Judgment of the Judge of Memphis

CLOSE Memphis police arrested activists who turned against immigration denial policies on Tuesday, April 3, 2018. Daniel Connolly / The Commercial Call Buy Photo Members of the community attend a service watch in front of El Mercadito de Memphis at Hickory Hill to assist Manuel Duran. The reporter from a Spanish-language media company was arrested on April 3 for making …

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