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2 Arrested In Sonora After Shooting During Cannabis Oil Deal

SONORA (CBS13) – A man arrested in Sonora is accused of firing a gunshot at a vehicle that sped away from a cannabis oil transaction, authorities said. Brenton Heddon-Boner, 18, faces charges of shooting at an occupied vehicle, unlawful discharge of a firearm, carrying an unregistered concealed firearm, carrying a loaded firearm in public, concealing evidence, and possession of marijuana for sale. A friend of Heddon-Boner, Nicholas Eckstein, 20, was also arrested and is accused of attempting to ...
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BTS Black Lives Matter: Fans match band's $1m donation

After the donation by K-pop megastars BTS #MatchAMillion starting trending on Twitter.
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George Floyd: BTS fans match $1m Black Lives Matter donation

After the donation by K-pop megastars BTS #MatchAMillion starting trending on Twitter.
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Japan's stance on Hong Kong praised by other G7 nations - Suga

Japan was among the first nations to express its concern about China imposing a new security law, and its stance has been praised by other Group of Seven nations, chief cabinet secretary Yoshihide Suga said on Monday. Officials from the United States, Britain and others were cited in a report by Kyodo news agency on Sunday saying that Japan had decided not to join them in issuing a statement scolding China for imposing the new law, which observers fear could endanger Hong Kong's special autonom...
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Iran doctor freed in swap for Navy veteran returns to Tehran

An Iranian doctor based in Florida returned to his homeland Monday after being part of a swap that saw a U.S. Navy veteran held by Iran return to America. The semiofficial Fars news agency published an image of Matteo Taerri being greeted at Tehran's Imam Khomeini International Airport by Foreign Ministry officials and his family. Taerri, a dermatologist, had been charged with attempting to export a filter to Iran that he said was for vaccine research but that U.S. authorities said required a ...
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Japan hopes to draft G7 formin statement on China security legislation on Hong Kong: source

Japan hopes to draft a joint statement on China's new security legislation on Hong Kong at the next Group of Seven (G7) foreign ministers' meeting, a Japanese government source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Monday. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said earlier that Japan is watching the situation in Hong Kong with "deep concern" following the passage by China of a new law for the Hong Kong which could endanger the city's special autonomy and freedoms.
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Auburn athletes, coaches attend Black Lives Matter protest at Toomer's Corner

A large portion of the Auburn football team, as well as coach Gus Malzahn and basketball coach Bruce Pearl, took part in a Black Lives Matter protest.         [Author: Montgomery Advertiser]
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Floyd's casket arrives at Houston church for public viewing

The body of George Floyd arrived at a church Monday in Houston for a final public memorial for the man whose death at the hands of police in Minneapolis sparked protests around the world and calls to reform policing in America. Before the casket arrived, workers outside the church assembled a large floral arrangement with white roses on one side in the shape of a heart and with the initials “BLM” for Black Lives Matter created from blue roses and placed on top of the heart. The other side of the...
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How laundry is spilling plastics into the ocean

World Oceans Day shines a light on how plastic waste affects larger sea animals. But the millions of microfibers released every time we do our laundry may be having a more disruptive impact on marine eco-systems.
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2009 NBA re-draft: Where Steph Curry, others land if picks made now

The NBA would look completely different if the 2009 NBA Draft was conducted with the info we have now.
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'Uncertainties' surround next year's Olympics, says Tokyo governor Yuriko Koike

The fate of next year's Olympics depends on Japan's handling of the coronavirus, according to the governor of Tokyo.
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Canada: CRA Resumes Audit Activity - Aird & Berlis LLP

On May 28, 2020, the Canada Revenue Agency ("CRA") announced that audit activity, slowed by COVID-19, is resuming.
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Turkey: Fikri Mülkiyet Hakları Korumasında Ses Getirecek Yenilik: Dünya Fikri Mülkiyet Örgütü Zaman Damgası Hizmetini Tanıttı - Esin Attorney Partnership

Dünya Fikri Mülkiyet Örgütü ("WIPO") 27 Mayıs 2020 tarihinde kendi zaman damgası hizmeti olan WIPO PROOF'u tanıttı ve zaman damgası hizmeti vermeye başladı.
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United States: COVID-19 Policy Update - May 22, 2020 - Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

Bipartisan leaders of the Senate Small Business Committee yesterday reached agreement on legislation to double the period of time in which small businesses can...
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Turkey: Revolutionizing IP Protection: WIPO Launches Tamper-Proof Evidence Service - Esin Attorney Partnership

The World Intellectual Property Organization ("WIPO") introduced WIPO PROOF on May 27, 2020.
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Hong Kong: Guidance From The SFC And The Hong Kong Stock Exchange In Respect Of General Meetings In Light Of The COVID-19 Pandemic And Its Applicability To Cayman-incorporated Issuers - Appleby

A significant number of companies listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange ("Stock Exchange") are incorporated in the Cayman Islands.
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United States: Guidance For Borrowers On The Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness Application - Arnold & Porter

On May 15, 2020, the Small Business Administration (SBA) and the Department of the Treasury released the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan Forgiveness Application, which provides detailed instructions on how to apply...
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United States: Use Of Well-crafted Contractual Arbitration Clauses - Bowditch & Dewey

While COVID-19 has brought on disruptions to our lives that were hard to predict, one thing we did see coming was an increase in commercial disputes.
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Feds press criminal case against Flynn partner

The move occurs even amid ongoing efforts to drop charges against Michael Flynn.
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Turkey: Devredilebilir Akreditifler Ve Devredilemez Akreditiflerde Devir Olanakları - Neziroglu Law Firm

Uluslararası ihracatta sıkça kullanılan akreditifler hem ihracatçı hem de ithalatçı açısından sağladığı çift taraflı güvence ile ön plana çıkmaktadırlar.
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Scientists Funded By Zuckerberg Group Warn Facebook ‘Antithetical’ To Their Mission

Scientists funded by the initative say Facebook impedes the goal of an “inclusive, just, and healthy future.”
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How can ingrained attitudes result in racial injustice?

Leading up to the death of George Floyd, long-simmering anger over enduring racial inequality helped bring the US to a boiling point. CNN's Tom Foreman takes a closer look.
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Coronavirus Australia live updates: free childcare to end on 12 July, government says, while dodgy NDIS providers face ban – latest news

Dan Tehan concedes reintroduction of childcare fees will place pressure on families where work has been lost but says activity test changes will help support them, while Labor condemns care ‘snap back’Government plans to ban dodgy NDIS providersChildcare fees to return on 13 July, and other changesFollow the global coronavirus live blogDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notifications 4.28am BST Asked what they did on learning today there were no active #covid19 cas...
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Turkey: The Normalization Process In Turkey - Neziroglu Law Firm

The Covid-19 pandemic which affected the globe brought along various measures with it since the disclosure of the first case in Turkey on 11 March 2020.
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Tokyo governor warns Olympics could be slimmed down in 2021

In an interview with CNN's Will Ripley, Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike said the Tokyo Olympic Games could signify a victory over the pandemic but admitted that organizers were contending with many uncertainties.
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United States: Webinar Recap! COVID-19-Related Consumer Class Action Developments And Trends In California - Seyfarth Shaw LLP

In this webinar, Seyfarth attorneys Robert Milligan, Jonathan Braunstein, Daniel Joshua Salinas, and Darren Dummit covered the recent developments in consumer class actions related to...
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Singapore: Singapore Set To Amend The Law To Enhance Seafarers' Rights Under The MLC 2006 - Clyde & Co

On 25 March 2020, the Singapore Parliament passed a Bill to amend the Merchant Shipping (Maritime Labour Convention) Act 2014 (the "Act")
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Canada: Tesla Has A Secret Battery - Crowe MacKay LLP

Tesla is planning to launch its new "million mile" battery in China next year which it has been working on for a while now in a partnership with China's Contemporary Amperex Technology Ltd.
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Canada: Updates Released For CECRA Eligibility, Application And Administration - MLT Aikins LLP

The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation ("CMHC") has now released further details surrounding the program on its website.
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Ireland: The New ESG Framework: Principal Adverse Impact Reporting - Dillon Eustace

In this, the first in our series of client briefings on the new ESG framework, we consider the obligation imposed on "financial market participants" under Regulation (EU) 2019/2088 (the "SDFR") to assess..
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