United States: Tribes, Ducey Oppose Bill To Legalize Sports Betting - Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP

Arizona's Native American tribes overwhelmingly oppose a legislative effort to legalize sports betting in Arizona.
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Indonesian woman accused of killing Kim Jong-un's half-brother arrives home after being freed in Malaysia

An Indonesian woman accused of assassinating North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s half-brother arrived back in Jakarta on Monday after a Malaysian court suddenly dropped the murder charges and released her.   A smiling Siti Aisyah, 26, who had been facing the possibility of a death penalty sentence in Malaysia in the morning, by the evening was welcomed by Indonesian officials and rushed through Jakarta’s main airport to her emotional parents, who wept and hugged their youngest daughter on sight.  ...
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Olympic cyclist Kelly Catlin dies at 23

Catlin won a silver medal as part of the US women's pursuit team at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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Gabbard On Assad: ‘Evidence Has To Be Gathered’ On Whether He Is A War Criminal

She said the Syrian ruler should be held accountable "if the evidence is there" on chemical weapons.
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Malta: E-Money On The Agenda Of The CJEU - GANADO Advocates

By way of background, the abovementioned Article 5 sets outs the own funds requirements for payment institutions and EMIs.
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Dolphins may be in the mix for Tyrod Taylor

As the Dolphins prepare to part ways with quarterback Ryan Tannehill, they'll need to find another one. The one they find could be the former starting quarterback of the Buffalo Bills. The pre-free agency rumor mill has the Dolphins targeting Tyrod Taylor, as the for-now replacement for Tannehill as the starter.
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Coalition relaxes visa rules to make it easier for farmers to hire skilled workers

Farmers say change ‘a good first step’ but separate agricultural visa still neededAustralia’s visa rules have been relaxed to make it easier for farmers to hire skilled workers.Farmers have described the changes as a good first step but warned they are unlikely to dampen calls from the sector for a separate agricultural visa because labour shortages are mainly in lower skilled harvesting roles. Continue reading...
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Raiders' Antonio Brown trade offer to Steelers was rejected on Madden

Raiders' Antonio Brown trade offer to Steelers was rejected on Madden originally appeared on The Raiders pulled one over on the Steelers. Oakland is set to acquire Antonio Brown from Pittsburgh, and it didn't have to give up any of its three first-round draft picks. In fact, to acquire the four-time All-Pro wide receiver, the Raiders only had to trade their 2019 third- and fifth-round selections.
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Malta: Yacht Leasing Rules - GANADO Advocates

Throughout the lease period, VAT at the rate of 18% is chargeable on the portion of the rental amount which is attributable to effective use and enjoyment in EU territorial waters.
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European Union: EBA/GL/2019/02 – Final Report On EBA Draft Guidelines On Outsourcing Arrangements - GANADO Advocates

The European Banking Authority Guidelines will enter into force on 30 September 2019 and contain some transitional periods for implementing a register of all outsourcing arrangements and to agree on cooperation agreements
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Quinn lifts Monmouth past Canisius 73-59 in MAAC tourney

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Diago Quinn recorded 14 points and 10 rebounds to lift Monmouth to a 73-59 win over Canisius in the semifinals of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament on Sunday night. Deion Hammond had 19 points for Monmouth (14-20). Marcus McClary added 10 points. Mustapha Traore had eight rebounds for Monmouth. Ray […]
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White Sox Relievers Ryan Burr, Ian Hamilton Recreate Infamous Historical Duel

Lin-Manuel Miranda and producers may not need to look any further than the White Sox bullpen next time there's a casting for the hit historical musical "Hamilton."
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Warriors takeaways: What we learned from brutal 115-111 loss to Suns

Though the Warriors repeatedly have vowed to up their level of engagement down the stretch, they showed little evidence of change Sunday night against the lowly Phoenix Suns. The Warriors allowed the Suns to rally for a 115-111 win, marking the first time in nearly five years that Phoenix beat Golden State in a game. The Suns outshot, outrebounded and, in most stretches, outplayed the back-to-back defending NBA champs.
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Charges Dropped Against Woman Accused of Killing Kim Jong-un’s Brother

The defendant, Siti Aisyah, will be allowed to return to Indonesia after being held in Malaysia since 2017. Officials did not say why the charges were withdrawn.
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Passengers killed in crash came from 35 countries

Grief and sorrow know no borders, but Sunday's Ethiopian Airline crash is truly an international tragedy.
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3 Democrats answer questions in CNN presidential town hall

• Pete Buttigieg calls Pence the 'cheerleader for the porn star presidency' • John Delaney: This is most damaging part of the Trump presidency • Tulsi Gabbard says military deployment changed her LGBT views
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LA Rams re-sign pass rusher Dante Fowler before free agency

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Linebacker Dante Fowler has re-signed with the Los Angeles Rams, passing up a shot at unrestricted free agency to stay with the NFC champions. The Rams announced a deal Sunday night to keep Fowler, but didn’t disclose the terms. The Rams acquired Fowler in a trade with Jacksonville on Oct. 30, […]
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India to Unveil Election Result May 23 as Modi Seeks Second Term

Around 900 million voters -- 84 million more than in 2014 -- will elect 543 lawmakers to the lower house of parliament, chief election commissioner Sunil Arora said. Voting will run in seven phases from April 11 to May 19, and counting will take place on May 23, Arora said at a press conference in New Delhi on Sunday. Opinion polls show Modi, who secured the biggest electoral victory in three decades in 2014, may win the most seats but fall short of a majority.
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College of Charleston beats Drexel 73-61 in CAA tourney

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Grant Riller had 24 points as College of Charleston defeated Drexel 73-61 in the quarterfinals of the Colonial Athletic Association tournament on Sunday night. Jarrell Brantley had 16 points and seven rebounds for College of Charleston (24-8). Sam Miller added 12 points and seven rebounds. James Butler had 14 points […]
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What did the Trail Blazers learn about themselves with Evan Turner out?

Evan Turner has been out of the lineup for the Portland Trail Blazers since mid-February, only recently playing sporadically thanks to left knee soreness. What's really been happening is an interesting adaptation by Terry Stotts when it comes to his lineups, one that could have an effect on the team once Turner returns to full strength. Turner was typically checking into games with around four minutes left in the first quarter, and he would typically take a larger role in handling the ball ...
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Cyprus: Cyprus GDPR Commissioner Fines Newspaper And Hospital - AGP Law Firm | A.G. Paphitis & Co. LLC

A financial penalty of €5,000 was imposed recently by the Office of the Commissioner for Personal Data Protection at a State Hospital
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China orders airlines to halt Boeing 737 Max 8 flights

The move comes a day after an Ethiopian Airlines 737 Max 8 crash killed all 157 people on board.
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United States: The Week In Weed: March 1, 2019 - Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Welcome back to The Week in Weed, your Friday look at what's happening in the world of legalized marijuana.
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United States: U.S. Supreme Court Vacates And Remands Ninth Circuit's Decision In Equal Pay Case - Littler Mendelson

On February 25, 2019, the United States Supreme Court vacated and remanded the Ninth Circuit's decision in Rizo v. Yovino,1 in which it held an employer cannot justify a wage differential between men
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Chicago Symphony musicians on strike after talks break down

CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Symphony Orchestra musicians say they are on strike after contract talks broke down. They say in a news release that picket lines will form starting at 8 a.m. Monday. They say management is still trying to reduce their pension benefits after nearly a year of negotiations. The musicians walked out after […]
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Luxembourg: Law On Transparent And Open Administration - ELVINGER HOSS PRUSSEN, société anonyme

The Law of 14 September 2018 on transparent and open administration creates a right of public access to certain documents held by public bodies
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Australia: Leadership: Whose job is this anyway? - Norton Rose Fulbright Australia

Every entity, with its boards and senior management, must examine its culture and governance and how it manages risk.
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Canada: Case Summary: Entwhistle v Wells - Field LLP

Where a plaintiff's vehicle is damaged to the point of becoming a constructive total loss due to a defendant's negligence,
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