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After Hindu slain, police in northwest India ban public gatherings, suspend internet

After Hindu slain, police in northwest India ban public gatherings, suspend internet

MUMBAI, June 29 (Reuters) – Fearing outbreaks of religious violence, police in the Indian state of Rajasthan have banned public gatherings and suspended internet services a day after two Muslims posted a video claiming responsibility for the murder of a Hindu tailor in the city of Udaipur. Two suspects were being questioned by federal investigators …

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Two gunmen killed, six officers wounded in shootout at Canadian bank

Two gunmen killed, six officers wounded in shootout at Canadian bank

SAANICH, British Columbia, June 28 (Reuters) – Canadian police shot dead two men and wounded six officers during a shooting at a bank in British Columbia on Tuesday, with nearby homes evacuated following the discovery of a possible artifact. explosive, police said. . Members of the emergency response team arrived at the Bank of Montreal …

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Crypto crash threatens North Korea's stolen funds as it ramps up weapons tests

Crypto crash threatens North Korea’s stolen funds as it ramps up weapons tests

SEOUL, June 29 (Reuters) – The nosedive in crypto markets has wiped out millions of dollars in funds stolen by North Korean hackers, four digital researchers say, threatening a key source of funding for the sanctions-hit country. and its weapons programs. North Korea has poured resources into cryptocurrency theft in recent years, making it a …

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Credit Suisse found guilty in cocaine cash laundering case

Credit Suisse found guilty in cocaine cash laundering case

Credit Suisse first major Swiss bank to face criminal trial Former banker found guilty of qualifying money laundering Bank plans to appeal BELLINZONA, Switzerland, June 27 (Reuters) – Credit Suisse (CSGN.S) was convicted on Monday by the Swiss Federal Criminal Court for failing to prevent money laundering by a Bulgarian gang of cocaine traffickers in …

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Large U.S. law firms mostly quiet on abortion ruling, are walking a 'tightrope'

Large U.S. law firms mostly quiet on abortion ruling, are walking a ‘tightrope’

June 26 (Reuters) – The largest U.S. law firms did not take a public stand after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on Friday, diverging from the approach of some major companies that have made statements about the closely watched abortion case. The high court’s 6-3 Dobbs decision upheld a Republican-backed Mississippi law …

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Norway police seek delay to Pride events after gay bar shooting

Norway police seek delay to Pride events after gay bar shooting

Police cite intelligence information for delay Big Pride gathering in Oslo canceled Suspect jailed for initial four weeks The court names the suspect as Zaniar Matapour. OSLO, June 27 (Reuters) – Norwegian police said on Monday that all Gay Pride events across the country should be delayed, citing security concerns after a deadly weekend attack …

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Turkish police prevent Istanbul Pride from going ahead

Turkish police prevent Istanbul Pride from going ahead

ISTANBUL, June 26 (Reuters) – Turkish police prevented hundreds of people from gathering for Istanbul’s annual Pride parade on Sunday and detained dozens after local authorities banned the march from taking place again this year. Thousands of people used to attend Pride marches on Istanbul’s main Istiklal avenue, but in recent years the government led …

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Explainer: Can abortion pills overcome U.S. state bans?

Explainer: Can abortion pills overcome U.S. state bans?

June 24 (Reuters) – Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 24 ruling stripping away the national right to abortion that it had recognized nearly 50 years ago in its landmark Roe v. Wade, the demand for abortion pills, which can be prescribed through online telemedicine visits, is likely to increase. However, medical abortion won’t necessarily …

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Two dead, 14 wounded in Norway nightclub shooting, police say

Two dead, 14 wounded in Norway nightclub shooting, police say

OSLO, June 25 (Reuters) – Two people were killed and 14 injured in a shooting at a nightclub and nearby streets in Norway’s capital Oslo on Saturday, Norwegian police said. A suspect believed to be the sole perpetrator was detained, police told reporters. The crime scene stretched from the London Pub through a neighboring club …

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Morocco says 18 migrants died during mass crossing into Spanish enclave

MADRID, June 24 (Reuters) – Morocco said 18 migrants were killed on Friday trying to cross into the Spanish enclave of Melilla in North Africa, after a violent two-hour skirmish between migrants and border agents that also left dozens injured. Some 2,000 migrants stormed a high fence that isolates the enclave. This sparked clashes with …

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