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Tulsi Gabbard sentences David Herzog and rejects his approval

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard Tulsi GabbardTrump will face Union opposition to the adversary Tulsi Gabbard launches the 2020 campaign on Tuesday. Five gifts from the latest pre-2020 fundraising reports MORE (D-Hawaii) condemned Kuklux Klan founder and former great wizard David Duke, and rejected his approval by 2020. "I strongly condemned David Duke's hateful views and his so-called" support "several times in …

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Chinese court sentences Canadian man to death, escalating tensions: NPR

The Dalian Intermediate People's Court in China, where the retrial for Canadian citizen Robert Lloyd Schellenberg took place. China Stringer Network / Reuters Hide caption Caption switch China Stringer Network / Reuters Dalian Inter-State People's Court in China, where the trial of Canadian citizen Robert Lloyd Schellenberg was held. China Stringer Network / Reuters A Canadian who has been appealing …

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Artie Lange avoids prison sentences despite a positive drug test

FILE – In this February 15, 2017, the file photo, comedian Artie Lange, premieres on HBO's television comedy "Crashing" in Los Angeles. A judge has spared comedian Artie Lange from prison, although he was tested positive for cocaine and amphetamine. (Richard Shotwell / Invision / AP, File) A judge did not give the comedian Artie Lange Prison time, even though …

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Ron Wyden wants to punish Tech CEOs with jail sentences when companies have privacy scandals

Senator Ron Wyden, an Oregon Democrat, released a bill on Thursday that would allow the Federal Trade Commission to impose harsher sanctions on tech companies that violate users' privacy. The bill is titled "Consumer Data Protection" act. In it, Wyden proposes a national "Do Not Track" database that allows US consumers to refuse from websites where their personal information is …

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Court sentences Japanese company to pay 4 Koreans for forced labor

Posted: October 30, 2018 8:00 AM Updated: October 30, 2018 8:47 pm SEOUL, South Korea (AP) – In a potentially far-reaching decision, the Supreme Court of South Korea has ruled that. A major Japanese steelmaker should to compensate four South Koreans for forced labor during the Korean Peninsula's colonial rule before the end of World War II. The long-awaited verdict, …

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The Egyptian court sentences 75 people to death in 2013

The defendants, including members of the Muslim Brotherhood, were arrested and tried for participating in a sit-in on the places of Rabaa al-Adawiya and al-Nahda in Cairo to oppose the dismissal of Morsy, a former brotherhood leader and The First Democratically Elected President of the Country The months-long protest culminated in mass violence when Egyptian security forces – under the …

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Egypt court sentences 75 to death over 2013 sit-in

by Associated Press July 28 at 9:00 AM CAIRO – An Egyptian court sentenced 75 people to death on Saturday, including top figures of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group, for their involvement in a 2013 sit-in, state media reported. The Cairo Criminal Court referred the sentences to the Grand Mufti – the country's top theological authority – for its non-binding …

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