Salmond questions: Nicola Sturgeon’s government forced to reveal legal

Scotland’s deputy initially minster John Swinney has agreed to launch legal advice Nicola Sturgeon’s federal government received during a court fight with Alex Salmond after dealing with threats of a no-confidence motion. The guidance connects to Mr Salmond’s successful legal challenge of the Scottish government’s harassment problems treatment, which caused …

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Groups ask France to probe 2013 Syria chemical attacks

A group of Syrian chemical attack survivors and Syrian rights groups stated Tuesday they have submitted a criminal complaint in France over 2 August 2013 attacks outside Damascus, pointing to the alleged obligation of the Syrian federal government in what would make up war crimes and criminal activities versus humankind. …

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Zoom revenue surges 326% throughout year of worldwide lockdowns

Video conferencing app Zoom has actually seen earnings skyrocket more than four-fold over the last year as the pandemic forced household, friends and businesses to turn their in person meetups virtual, the business has actually announced. Earnings at the California-based business increased 326 percent year-on-year to $2.65 bn (₤ 1.87 …

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California police recorded shooting man dead after jaywalking

Authorities in California have released a video showing the moment a homeless male was shot dead after a run-in over him jaywalking. Sheriff’s deputies from Orange County fatally shot the male, 42-year-old Kurt Reinhold, in the middle of an altercation in September in San Clemente, California. The video, launched on …

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Myanmar protesters return to streets as crackdown continues

Demonstrators in Myanmar required to the streets once again on Tuesday to object last month’s seizure of power by the military, as foreign ministers from Southeast Asian countries prepared to meet to discuss the political crisis. Police in Yangon, Myanmar’s greatest city, utilized tear gas versus the protesters. The prepared …

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Kid Scouts send reorganization strategy to bankruptcy court

The Kid Scouts of America sent an insolvency reorganization strategy Monday that imagines continued operations of its regional troops and nationwide experience camps however leaves lots of unanswered concerns about how it will resolve tens of countless sexual assault claims by previous Young boy Scouts The strategy was filed Monday …

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