Nestle Criticized for Continuing Business in Russia

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Nestle has been slammed on social media for refusing to pull out its goods from Russia despite the implementation of international economic sanctions. Memes and condemnations targeting Nestle have spread on social media after Ukrainian Prime minister Denys Shmyhal said …

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Amazon Still Works with Chinese Suppliers Accused of Using Forced Labor, Watchdog Group Says

Amazon continues to work with Chinese companies accused of using forced labor among the Uyghur ethnic minority in the Xinjiang region, according to a report published on March 7. Research group Tech Transparency Project, which is run by nonprofit group …

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Russia Expresses Concern Over Ethnic Tensions in Afghanistan

Moscow on Thursday expressed hope that the new Afghan authorities (Taliban officials) would take all possible measures to prevent ethnic tensions in Afghanistan. Russian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson, Maria Zakharova in a press briefing said that Russia is concerned about ethnic …

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BBC to Investigate Decision to Interview Alan Dershowitz as “Impartial Analyst” Following Ghislaine Maxwell Verdict

The BBC is scheduled to conduct an internal investigation into its choice to interview Alan Dershowitz, Jeffrey Epstein’s former lawyer and someone who is currently facing allegations of sexual abuse of a minor, shortly after Ghislaine Maxwell’s guilty judgment. On …

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Ethics Commission Orders Former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to Return Earnings From Pandemic Book Deal

A New York State public ethics commission ordered former Governor Andrew Cuomo on Dec. 14 to return the millions of earnings he received from a book published during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Joint Commission on Public Ethics (JCOPE) voted 12 …

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Ethics Commission Orders Former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to Return Earnings From Pandemic Book Deal

A New York State public ethics commission ordered former Governor Andrew Cuomo on Dec. 14 to return the millions of earnings he received from a book published during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Joint Commission on Public Ethics (JCOPE) voted 12 …

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