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Feb 09, 2017
Lawyer representing Facebook claims that the company can't monitor all the posts on the platformThough Facebook controls what you see in your News Feed, its lawyer claims not everything can be controlled - like policing all racist posts - media reports said.
Nov 21, 2016
Netanyahu hit by conflict of interest allegations over German submarines | ReutersBy Jeffrey Heller | JERUSALEM JERUSALEM A deal to buy three German-made submarines has come under public scrutiny in Israel after Israeli media discovered Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's personal lawyer represents the local agent of the German conglomerate set to build the vessels.Both Netanyahu and his attorney, David Shimron, have denied any impropriety, and the shipbuilder, ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems, said it has no contractual connection with the lawyer.Opposition legislators have called for a parliamentary inquiry and the Justice Ministry said late on Sunday that the attorney-general is looking into whether there had been any conflict of interest.In a statement, the ministry said evidence collected so far did not warrant opening a criminal investigation by police.Shimron represents Miki Ganor, an Israeli businessman described by the Kiel-based shipyards as its sales partner. A Shimron spokesman told Army Radio on Monday that the lawyer did not discuss the submarine purchase with Netanyahu and looks after a wide range of Ganor's legal interests
Dec 02, 2014
Son of Brooke Astor, convicted of swindling her as she aged, is deadNEW YORK (Reuters) - Anthony Marshall, convicted of swindling millions of dollars from his philanthropist mother, Brooke Astor, has died, according to his attorney and a paid obituary on Monday in the New York Times. He was 90. Marshall died early on Sunday morning at New York Presbyterian Hospital, according to his attorney Kenneth Warner.
Jul 13, 2014
In Malaysia, Islam's legal advance divides families and nationKUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Deepa Subramaniam would not let go of her son, clinging to five-year-old Mithran's leg even as the car into which he had been bundled began to accelerate.
Sep 24, 2013
Sikh who teaches at Columbia University beaten in possible hate crimeNEW YORK (Reuters) - A Columbia University professor who wears a beard and turban in keeping with his Sikh religion was savagely beaten by teen attackers who shouted anti-Muslim taunts in what police described as a possible hate crime. New York City police on Monday said they were searching for more than dozen teenagers involved in the beating that broke the jaw of Prabhjot Singh, 31, an assistant professor of international and public affairs at the Ivy League school, on Manhattan's Upper West Side. Singh was strolling near his home in nearby Harlem around 7 p.m
Sep 24, 2013
Ex-FBI agent to plead guilty to leak to media - U.S. Justice DeptWASHINGTON (Reuters) - A former FBI agent has agreed to plead guilty to leaking secret government information about a bomb plot to a news agency, a leak that Attorney General Eric Holder called one of the most serious in U.S. history, the Justice Department said on Monday.
Apr 28, 2013
Authorities arrest Mississippi man in ricin caseTUPELO, Mississippi (Reuters) - Federal agents arrested a Mississippi martial arts instructor on Saturday after his home and a former business were searched as part of an investigation into ricin-laced letters sent to President Barack Obama and two other public officials. Everett Dutschke, 41, was taken into custody by U.S.
Jun 02, 2012
Army adds charges against Afghan shooting suspectThe Army dropped a murder charge, but added other charges, including steroid use, against Staff Sgt Robert Bales who had been accused of gunning down 16 civilians in a pre-dawn raid on two Afghan villages in March.