Month: July 2017

DETROIT (Reuters) – A federal judge in Michigan on Monday halted the deportation of more than 1,400 Iraqi nationals detained during immigration sweeps across the United States last month, the latest legal victory for the detainees in a closely watched case. U.S. District Judge Mark Goldsmith granted a preliminary injunction requested by lawyers from the
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Annually traffic police writes more than a million traffic tickets. Some of them are appropriate, and some are not. Anyone can appeal the decision taken against him/her, if he/she considers it is illegal. In the video we tried to present common unfair fines, appeals of which are mainly satisfied, as well as procedure for their
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BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Last August in Rio, Adam Peaty’s coach Mel Marshall compared the wait of watching her charge swimming away with the Olympic 100 meters breaststroke gold to that of giving birth. Nearly one year on, the 22-year-old Peaty delivered on the global stage again after a routine victory in the same discipline at
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CARACAS (Reuters) – Venezuela’s opposition plastered election centers with slogans and planned to rally in honor of dead protesters on Monday in a final week-long push to force President Nicolas Maduro into aborting a controversial congress. The unpopular leftist leader is pressing ahead with the vote for a Constitutional Assembly on Sunday despite the opposition
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