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The present legal infrastructure in the People’s Republic of China was closely influenced by Soviet Socialist law, which essentially inflates administrative law on the expense of personal law rights. Due to rapid industrialisation, today China is present process a means of reform, no less than in phrases of financial, if not social and political, rights. A new contract code in 1999 represented a transfer away from administrative domination. Furthermore, after … Read More

Man in court for travelling an hour in lockdown ‘for something to eat’

A man has been fined £150 after admitting driving from West Yorkshire to Manchester to ‘nip out for something to eat’

Lukman Majeed, 26, was spotted by the police in an Audi with four others in Rusholme at the end of May this year, when stringent travel lockdown restrictions were still in force.

The four were pulled over and questioned as to where they were headed, and were told the

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The federal budget might offer write-offs and subsidies, but for Victoria’s recovery, the ball is in Dan Andrews’ court

The federal budget has left the field open for the Andrews government to develop a strategy for the state’s recovery, including targeted measures that revive Melbourne as Australia’s leading city for tourism, sports, entertainment, arts, culture, major events and population growth.



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Victoria’s reputation has been battered in this crisis, and it’s not enough to leave the recovery to individual businesses.

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Mother gave blessing for daughter to go to Iraq two months before fateful trip, court hears

Two months before detouring from an Egyptian trip to take his daughter to Iraq, a Calgary man was given permission to take her to his homeland, he told his kidnapping trial Friday.



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Police claim Zahraa Al Aazawi was taken to Iraq illegally by her father.

But the girl’s mother said the off-handed permission she gave her daughter to travel to Iraq at the end of

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Court Documents Outline Timeline of Alleged Surveillance of Governor’s Antrim Co. Home

Another man was formally charged Friday in Antrim County in connection to the plot against Governor Whitmer.

Shawn Fix faces firearm and terrorism charges.

Michael and William Null and Eric Molitor of Cadillac were all charged in Antrim County Thursday.

A criminal complaint says the first surveillance of the governor’s vacation home took place on August 29.

The complaint says when Adam Fox and another individual went to do surveillance

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Appeals court upholds ban on holding migrant children in U.S. hotels

An appeals court refused Sunday to allow the Trump administration to resume detaining immigrant children in hotel rooms before expelling them under rules adopted during the coronavirus pandemic.

Three judges on the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals left in place a lower court’s order that requires the U.S. to stop using hotels in most situations to detain children unaccompanied by a parent. The judges denied the U.S. government’s request

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Appeals court upholds ban on holding immigrant children in hotels

Houston — An appeals court refused Sunday to allow the Trump administration to resume detaining immigrant children in hotel rooms before expelling them under rules adopted during the coronavirus pandemic. 

Three judges on the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals left in place a lower court’s order that requires the U.S. to stop using hotels in most situations to detain children unaccompanied by a parent. The judges denied the U.S.

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Appeals court rules Trump administration can’t detain young immigrants in hotels

A U.S. appeals court on Sunday ruled that the Trump administration cannot resume detention of unaccompanied immigrant children in hotels.

A three-judge 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel upheld a lower-court ruling that barred the practice in most cases, rejecting a government request for a stay, The Associated Press reported.

U.S. officials have used hotels to detain nearly 600 children before expelling them since March. Citing the coronavirus pandemic,

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Trump can’t resume holding migrant kids in hotels, court says

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Published 7:37 a.m. ET Oct. 5, 2020 | Updated 1:47 p.m. ET Oct. 5, 2020

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Many U.S. airlines are overstaffed due to reduced flying schedules and low demand for air travel amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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HOUSTON – An appeals court refused Sunday to allow the Trump administration to resume detaining immigrant children in hotel rooms before expelling them under rules adopted during

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Appeals court upholds ban on holding migrant kids in hotels

HOUSTON — An appeals court refused Sunday to allow the Trump administration to resume detaining immigrant children in hotel rooms before expelling them under rules adopted during the coronavirus pandemic.

Three judges on the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals left in place a lower court’s order that requires the U.S. to stop using hotels in most situations to detain children unaccompanied by a parent. The judges denied the U.S.

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Flight Tickets Booked During Lockdown Will be Fully Refunded, DGCA Tells Supreme Court

Flight Ticket Refund News: The Director-General of Civil Aviation on Sunday told the Supreme Court that all flight tickets booked by passengers in domestic and international airlines for travel between March 25 to May 3 this year will be ‘fully refunded’. The aviation regulator added that if carriers are unable to reimburse the ticket fares, flyers will get a credit shell up to March 31, 2021. Also Read – Lockdown

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UPDATE 2-Irish High Court rules government COVID-19 travel advice is legal

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DUBLIN, Oct 2 (Reuters) – Ireland’s High Court ruled on Friday that the government’s advice against non-essential travel to most countries due to the risk of COVID-19 infection was legal, dismissing a case brought by low-cost airline Ryanair .

Ireland has some of the strictest COVID-19 travel advice in Europe, advising against non-essential travel to all but four countries – Cyprus, Finland, Latvia and Liechtenstein. Those four

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Man accused of helping migrants into Canada claims he’s an ICE informant: court docs

An American man accused of illegally smuggling several migrants from the United States into Canada through his border town property is claiming he was an informant for U.S. immigration officials, who allegedly knew of his activities for years.



a sign on a grassy hill: A sign near Smuggler's Inn is pictured on the U.S.-Canada border in Surrey, British Columbia February 25, 2017. Picture taken February 25, 2017.


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A sign near Smuggler’s Inn is pictured on the U.S.-Canada border in Surrey, British Columbia February 25, 2017. Picture taken February 25, 2017.

Robert Boule was charged last year

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Court documents outline details in case of U.S. man accused of helping migrants enter B.C.

A Blaine, Wash. man is under strict bail conditions imposed by a B.C. court as he awaits trial in Canada for 21 charges related to human smuggling.



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Robert Boule is accused of helping seven illegal migrants from Afghanistan and Syria cross into Canada from the Smuggler’s Inn, a bed-and-breakfast located steps away from the U.S.-Canada border.

Crown says the migrants contacted Boule by phone or text and he then picked

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Court revives Union Pacific conductor’s ADA claim, finding ‘extensive search’ for accommodation never occurred

Dive Brief:

  • A federal appeals court has revived a Union Pacific train conductor’s Americans with Disabilties Act (ADA) lawsuit, saying that the employer’s purported “extensive search” for accommodations never occurred (Mlsna v. Union Pacific Railroad Co., No. 19-2780 (7th Cir. Sept. 14, 2020)).
  • Union Pacific maintained rules related to hearing safety that were stricter than federal regulations. Namely, it required certain employees to wear ear protection that met
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Kansas Supreme Court hears case on Riley Co. capital murder case, among others

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – The Kansas Supreme Court will hear a Riley County capital murder case, among others on its Sept. 16 docket.



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The Kansas Supreme Court said it will hear a case surrounding a Riley County capital murder, among others on its Sept. 16 docket which can be found here. It said all cases will be heard via videoconferencing and will be livestreamed

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Court sides with snowbirds, says Ontario must cover medical emergencies for residents travelling abroad (Details)

Karen Huestis says restoring the coverage of out-of-country medical emergencies will lower travellers’ insurance premiums, making travel more affordable, particularly for seniors.

A court has ordered the Ontario government to restore health insurance coverage for residents who face medical emergencies while travelling outside of the country.

The Out-Of-Country Travellers Program was eliminated by Premier Doug Ford’s government on Jan. 1, when the province stopped paying for emergency health care coverage for those who travelled abroad.

In a ruling released Wednesday, the Ontario Divisional Court said the province must reinstate the $200-to-$400-per-day coverage

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Jackson Court Hotel offers special nightly rates for students amid accommodation crisis

The hotel at the famous Copper Face Jacks nightclub, the Jackson Court Hotel, is offering accommodation for students at €40 per person per night.

While the legendary nightclub is still closed to due to coronavirus restrictions, the hotel is still is operation and is now offering student deals for the coming academic year.

With thousands of students now facing only a couple of days of on campus lectures due to

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124 immigrant children held in 3 Phoenix hotels under Trump policy, court records show

A federal judge has given the Trump administration until Sept. 28 to stop the practice of holding immigrant children in hotels for prolonged periods under a secretive policy that rapidly expels undocumented immigrants who arrive at the border amid the coronavirus pandemic. 



a group of people in front of a house: A Hampton Inn is shown July 21, 2020, in Phoenix. The Trump administration is detaining immigrant children as young as 1 in hotels before deporting them to their home countries.


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A Hampton Inn is shown July 21, 2020, in Phoenix. The Trump administration is detaining immigrant children as young as 1 in hotels before

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Court sides with snowbirds, says Ontario must cover medical emergencies for residents travelling abroad

A court has ordered the Ontario government to restore health insurance coverage for residents who face medical emergencies while travelling outside of the country.

The Out-Of-Country Travellers Program was eliminated by Premier Doug Ford’s government on Jan. 1, when the province stopped paying for emergency health care coverage for those who travelled abroad.

In a ruling released Wednesday, the Ontario Divisional Court said the province must reinstate the $200-to-$400-per-day coverage

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