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Tuesday, March 2, 2021

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Children Sue Hershey, Mars, and Nestle Chocolate Brands for Child Slavery

Eight children have filed a legal action against Hershey, Mars, and Nestle — three of world's biggest chocolate companies  —  claiming the companies aided...

US Charges UK National with Iraq Contract Bribery

The US has charged a UK national born in Iraq for being involved in a bribery scheme to procure million-dollar contracts with the US...

Pakistani Supreme Court Releases Daniel Pearl Murderer

Pakistan's Supreme Court dismissed an appeal against the acquittal of Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh who was charged with murder for the beheading of US...

Pakistan Targets American Ahmadis For Alleged Digital Blasphemy

Pakistani authorities have demanded two leaders of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in the United States to shut down its official website, citing alleged violations...

Iran to Compensate Families of Ukraine Plane Crash Victims

Iran will allocate $150,000 to the families of each victim who died in the Ukraine plane crash in January, state media reported. Iran will...

Switzerland Hands Over Remaining $150 Million to the United States from Massive Ponzi Scheme

Switzerland’s Federal Ministry of Justice announced on Tuesday morning that the government will return $150 million from blocked Swiss bank accounts by the end...

UK Supreme Court Slaps $18.5B Class Action Against Mastercard.

A landmark UK Supreme Court ruling today has permitted a £14 billion class action against Mastercard for allegedly overcharging more than 46 million people...

Australia to Start Debating Bill That will Charge Google and Facebook for News

Australia will be introducing a bill to parliament on Wednesday, which will charge Google and Facebook for news content. Australia will be introducing a...

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