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Syria Imposes New Rules of Engagement on Israel

Syria Imposes New Rules of Engagement on Israel On Thursday 10 May 2018, an unprecedented exchange of strikes happened between Israel and Syria. The monopoly media, as well as some “alternative” media like Russia Today, were quick to relay the Israeli army version, according to which the Zionist entity “retaliated” to an “Iranian attack by…

Federal Appeals Court in Virginia Rules Feds Cannot Search Electronic Devices Without Warrant

Federal Appeals Court in Virginia Rules Feds Cannot Search Electronic Devices Without Warrant By Derrick Broze Another federal court has ruled that U.S. border agents cannot search the cell phones and electronic devices of travelers without individualized suspicion….Source: Federal Appeals Court in Virginia Rules Feds Cannot Search Electronic Devices Without Warrant

Finland: Court Rules 23yo Migrant Having Sex With 10yo Is Not Rape

Finland: Court Rules 23yo Migrant Having Sex With 10yo Is Not Rape “The courts didn’t recognize the incident as rape, saying the girl wasn’t forced into the sexual act or overcome by fear.”    From RT:  In a case that has triggered public outrage, a top Finnish court has upheld a ruling that sex between…

Federal Court Proves Gov’t Loyalty to Big Pharma, Rules CBD Has No Medical Value

Federal Court Proves Gov’t Loyalty to Big Pharma, Rules CBD Has No Medical Value A federal appeals court ruled against the thousands of people who have experienced the life-saving effects of CBD oil by upholding the decision that the substance is a Schedule 1 drug. The post Federal Court Proves Gov’t Loyalty to Big Pharma,…

Federal Court Rules Companies Can Be Sued For NOT Hiring Illegal Aliens

Federal Court Rules Companies Can Be Sued For NOT Hiring Illegal Aliens American employers are not allowed to “discriminate” against illegal aliens because they don’t have US citizenship or a green card, a federal court has ruled.                                    …

U.S.’ Haley rules out one-on-one talks with Syria’s Assad

U.S.’ Haley rules out one-on-one talks with Syria’s Assad The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, said Sunday that the United States will not have any one-on-one talks with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.  In an interview with CBS’ “Face the Nation,” Haley said Syria had so far refused to take part in multilateral…

Moscow Court Rules Uzbek Journalist Feruz May Leave Russia

Moscow Court Rules Uzbek Journalist Feruz May Leave Russia A Moscow court has rescinded a previous ruling to deport Uzbek journalist Ali Feruz from Russia, opening the way for him to leave for a third country.Source: Moscow Court Rules Uzbek Journalist Feruz May Leave Russia From News Feed

Serbia rules out dialogue with Kosovo until politician’s killers found

Serbia rules out dialogue with Kosovo until politician’s killers found The Kosovo-Serbia dialogue in Belgrade was halted shortly after the news of Ivanovic’s murder was made publicSource: Serbia rules out dialogue with Kosovo until politician’s killers found From News Feed

6 Critical Rules To Survive Being Stranded In Your Car In Freezing Temperature

6 Critical Rules To Survive Being Stranded In Your Car In Freezing Temperature With the unusual winter weather that many parts of the country are experiencing, driving conditions will be harsh and potentially dangerous. Moreover, getting stranded in your vehicle could become a very real threat, especially if you are traveling in isolated parts of the country.…

Kyrgyz Officials Fired, Reprimanded Over Customs Rules ‘Failure’

Kyrgyz Officials Fired, Reprimanded Over Customs Rules ‘Failure’ Prime Minister Sapar Isakov has sacked Kyrgyzstan’s envoy to the Eurasian Economic Union (EES), Sanjar Umotaliev, and reprimanded several top officials.Source: Kyrgyz Officials Fired, Reprimanded Over Customs Rules ‘Failure’ From News Feed

Court rules to remand in custody ex-“health minister” of occupied Crimea

Court rules to remand in custody ex-“health minister” of occupied Crimea The court in Kherson has partially granted prosecutors’ petition to arrest for 60 days the former “health minister” of the Russian-annexed Crimea, Petro Mykhalchevsky, having ruled to remand the defendant in custody for a month, according to RFE/RL’s Krym-Realii media project.Source: Court rules to…