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Global Media European Court rules that employees can ban headscarves at work
Author: 0 European Court rules that employees can ban headscarves at work

The Open Society Justice Initiative, a group backed by the philanthropist George Soros, said the ruling "weakens the guarantee of equality" offered by European Union laws: "In places where national law is weak, this ruling will exclude many Muslim women from the workplace", policy office Maryam Hmadoun said.

Global Media Philippines: Communist rebels agree to resume peace talks with govt
Author: 0 Philippines: Communist rebels agree to resume peace talks with govt

MAOIST rebels have agreed to continue peace talks with the Philippine government next month, a month after President Rodrigo Duterte cancelled initial talks following a deadly rebel ambush on policemen. It added, "We share the Commander-in-Chief's aspiration to attain a just and lasting peace for our country and will do all we can to deliver on this for the benefit of all our citizens specially in conflict affected areas".

Global Media After Punjab victory, Amarinder Singh seeks bigger role for regional leaders
Author: 0 After Punjab victory, Amarinder Singh seeks bigger role for regional leaders

He won the Patiala seat with a huge margin of 52,407 votes, the largest in the state, defeating his nearest rival AAP candidate Balbir Singh, and also getting the better of former army chief General JJ Singh, fielded by the SAD. Amarinder later met Punjab Governor V.P. Singh Badnore and stalked claim to form the next government in the state. Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) stood second with 20seats and Alliance of Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) and BJP stood third with 18 seats and others won 2 sets.

Global Media Baby Siwaphiwe kidnapping suspects appear in court
Author: 0 Baby Siwaphiwe kidnapping suspects appear in court

But a police official has accused her of making the crime up, after the baby was found with her boyfriend. Friday evening: The hijacked vehicle was found abandoned in Montclair, but there was no sign of the baby or her nappy bag, auto seat, pram and items.

Global Media India summons Pakistan envoy over continued ceasefire violations
Author: 0 India summons Pakistan envoy over continued ceasefire violations

Army spokesperson Lt Col Manish Mehta told IANS that the Pakistan Army used 82 mm mortars and automatic weapons to violate the ceasefire. The ceasefire comes days ahead of the Permanent Indus Commission (PIC) talks to be held in Lahore later this month wherein India had reportedly agreed to hold discussions on the Indus Water Treaty issue.

Global Media 14M to lose insurance in first year of GOP health plan
Author: 0 14M to lose insurance in first year of GOP health plan

That's a fifth of the non-elderly population left to fend for themselves, almost double the current proportion. Congressional accountants confirmed today what independent experts long expected: The Republican plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act will leave many Americans facing higher costs and millions will lose their coverage.

Global Media 'No jab no play' as Oz mulls childcare ban for unvaccinated children
Author: 0 'No jab no play' as Oz mulls childcare ban for unvaccinated children

Under the proposal immunisation rates of all pre-schools and daycare centres will be made publicly available to parents - and a loophole allowing formal objections closed. According to Turnbull, vaccination is not a medical program in which parents make their own decisions, as these decisions can have a negative impact on others.

Global Media Intruder arrested after climbing over White House fence
Author: 0 Intruder arrested after climbing over White House fence

Brian said his brother had been "living in his vehicle and eating junk food" and additionally said he had been "a very good brother to me". A Secret Service officer was standing on the south grounds of the White House when he saw Tran approach from the east.

Global Media 3 soldiers killed as Iraqi forces battle Daesh in Mosul
Author: 0 3 soldiers killed as Iraqi forces battle Daesh in Mosul

However, rapid response units and police say that the fight in the Bab al-Tob area is expected to be tough because of the narrow streets through which armoured vehicles can not pass. "Our forces are resolved to advance toward the center of western Mosul", al-Talibi said. No more than 2,500 jihadists are believed remaining in Mosul and Tal Afar, according to a USA defense official.

Author: 0 Erdogan pledges to punish 'Nazi remnant' Netherlands 'in harshest way'

The EU lacks rules regulating election activism by third countries on its territory. France, urging calm, said it saw no reason to ban his gathering. The dispute also comes just days before the Netherlands elects a new lower house of Parliament. "It's a insane remark of course", Rutte told reporters during campaigning for the March 15 election.

Global Media French Presidential Candidate Fillon Apologizes for Anti-Semitic Cartoon of a Rival
Author: 0 French Presidential Candidate Fillon Apologizes for Anti-Semitic Cartoon of a Rival

Macron, who is not Jewish, worked for the Rothschilds as an investment banker. The image tweeted Friday shows Macron with a hooked nose, a top hot, and cutting a cigar with a red sickle. With no candidate likely to win an outright majority in the first round, a run-off between the two top candidates will be held on May 7. Since 2012, he has received clothing worth almost €48,500 (S$73,300) furnished by jet-set tailor Arnys, the weekly Journal du Dimanche (JDD) said in a report denounced by ...

Global Media 3 moose relocated from Breckenridge after viral video
Author: 0 3 moose relocated from Breckenridge after viral video

Rather than stopping in the middle of the run, she explained, she figured it would be safer to keep going, and get some action shots. "It was a insane sight to see and definitely one we won't forget!" She pulled out her phone as soon as the moose was close enough for her to realize what the animal was.

Global Media Hindu community celebrating Holi across Pakistan
Author: 0 Hindu community celebrating Holi across Pakistan

The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) issued orders that no "regimental function related to Holi celebrations" will be observed at any field formation. "Amid the cloud of red, blue, yellow, green, and everything in between, festival-goers can often be found laughing, singing, and dancing in the streets".

Author: 0 Nuclear war threat grows as USA deploys THAAD to South Korea - Pyongyang

All eyes are now on Tillerson as he tries to navigate the complex and sometime acrimonious relationships necessary for formulating a regional strategy. South Korea's Finance Minister Yoo Il-ho has ruled out taking action against China yet, saying he has no strong evidence to prove that Beijing retaliated over Seoul's deployment of a U.S.

Global Media President Buhari returns to Nigeria after weeks of medical leave
Author: 0 President Buhari returns to Nigeria after weeks of medical leave

The Constitution requires the president to transmit a letter to the National Assembly notifying it that he wishes to resume his functions as president. "That makes his return to work formal and constitutional". Buhari had left the country on January 19 for the vacation during which he had a routine medical check-up.

Global Media How will your journey be affected — RAIL STRIKES
Author: 0 How will your journey be affected — RAIL STRIKES

Northern said it will be running around 40% of its services between 7am and 7pm. Paul Waring, 69, from Edinburgh, said: "We have just come down and are going back to Edinburgh". The dispute has thus far centred on plans for driver-only-operated trains, which would remove the task of opening and closing train doors from the guards and make drivers responsible.

Global Media Weather forces PIAA to alter state swimming, basketball schedules
Author: 0 Weather forces PIAA to alter state swimming, basketball schedules

Thursday; Holy Redeemer and Neumann-Goretti will follow at 6:30 p.m. In boys basketball, Holy Redeemer and GAR will play a double-header at Liberty High School. Thursday at Manheim Twp. At Easton Middle School: Girls, Wyoming Valley West vs. Springfield-Delco, 5 p.m. The PIAA Swimming Championships will now feature Class 2A competition on Thursday and Friday, with 3A swimmers in action Saturday and Sunday.

Global Media Evidence of wiretapping Trump Tower must be turned over today
Author: 0 Evidence of wiretapping Trump Tower must be turned over today

And she's been all across television Monday morning, addressing the allegations and claiming she doesn't have evidence of such tampering, she was just talking about surveillance in general. NSA intercepts of communications originating in Trump Tower could have been accessed under certain circumstances by other intelligence agencies.If that were the case, any evidence would be anecodotal.