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US Courts File Immigration Cases

More than a million records have not been taken care of since Trump came to power. The number of pending cases in the immigration courts of the United States has doubled since President Donald Trump arrived at the White House and already exceeds the unprecedented figure of one million, which …

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Brexit Hangs by a Thread: Supreme Court Analyzes Boris Johnson’s Petition

Despite the brilliant plan of Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the beginning of week 11 judges of the British Supreme Court began to discuss Tuesday whether the decision to suspend the parliamentary work until two weeks before the Brexit was legal, after two lower courts gave conflicting opinions . The court provides for three days of hearings: its decision could be known on Thursday or the magistrates could take some more time to reflect . If at the end of this …

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Snowden Publishes Autobiography; EU Demands It

The United States sued Edward Snowden on Tuesday for having published his memoir without first submitting it to a review of the US intelligence agencies for which he worked, a step with which he seeks to confiscate all proceeds from the sale of the work. The Department of Justice reported in a statement of its lawsuit against Snowden, which today released its book ‘Permanent Watch’ in 23 countries, including the United States, Spain, Mexico, Colombia, …

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Trade War: US Companies Move to China

Amid ongoing tensions in the trade war, companies in the United States began moving to China. In the last quarter, the US jewelry Tiffany & Co. He moved some of his most expensive products to his stores in Beijing and Shanghai, where he sold limited quantities of special diamond pendants. It is also updating its three main …

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