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Saudi women’s activists stand trial nearly a year after detention | News

Ten Saudi women were tried Wednesday for the first time since they were detained last year in a case that intensified the global examination of the kingdom's human rights record following Jamal's murder Khashoggi. Loujain al-Hathloul, Aziza al-Yousef, Eman al-Nafjan and Hatoon Al-Fassi were among the women appearing before the Criminal Court in the capital, Riyadh, where charges were brought …

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UK tries to avert ‘absolute catastrophe’ with Parliament vote

CLOSE The British Parliament dealt a severe blow to Prime Minister Theresa May, blatantly rejecting its Brexit agreement just 17 days before the United States left the blockade. (12 March) AP LONDON – British legislators face a new Brexit test on Wednesday in which they vote if the country should leave the European Union without a formal exit agreement. The …

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Brexit crisis deepens as British lawmakers to vote on no-deal exit

LONDON (Reuters) – The British Parliament will vote on Wednesday if they leave the European Union in 16 days without an agreement, since the government has said it would eliminate import tariffs on a wide range of goods in a Brexit scenario without agreement. A pro-Brexit supporter outside Parliament, in Westminster, London, Great Britain, March 12, 2019. REUTERS / Kevin …

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UK says would cut tariffs, no checks on Irish border in no-deal Brexit

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain announced on Wednesday that it will eliminate import tariffs on a wide range of goods and avoid the so-called difficult border between Ireland and Northern Ireland in the event of Brexit without agreement. PHOTO FILE: A Guinness truck passes a customs and customs sign on a road near the border with Ireland near Kileen, Northern Ireland, …

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North Korea defies UN with arms sales and oil imports, report says

The 400-page document published Monday by the UN expert group on North Korea said that Pyongyang had also tried to sell weapons in the Middle East and hacked banks around the world. "The country continues to challenge the Security Council resolutions through a massive increase in illegal ship-ship transfers of petroleum products and coal," says the UN report. North Korean …

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Pilots complained about Boeing 737 Max for months before latest crash

Several pilots have made at least five complaints about Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft in the months before the deadly crash of the Ethiopian Airlines on Sunday, the second incident of a Boeing 737 Max 8 in recent months. US documents show that at least five complaints have been filed with federal authorities in recent months, with a captain who …

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3,000 ISIS members in Syria surrender

About 3,000 members of the Islamic State in the last conquest of the group in Syria surrendered. Thousands of terrorists and their relatives surrendered to Baghouz on Tuesday, according to Kurdish-led forces for AFP, after the ISIS camp in the eastern village was targeted last night. ISIS declared itself a caliphate in 2014, once widespread in large areas in Syria …

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Business Live: Tariff reaction – BBC News

Business Live: reaction to tariffs – BBC News <! – <! – <! – <! – Summary Get in touch: bizlivepage@bbc.co.uk Hong Kong temporarily ban 737 United Kingdom to cut rates in no-deal Brexit Standard Life Aberdeen stop co-CEO Carphone Warehouse fine £ 29 million Source link

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