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Japan's ruling bloc to push back controversial prosecutor bills

The government has submitted 56 new bills to the ordinary session.

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US threatens to bar Chinese airlines

Trump administration to halt flights unless American carriers are allowed back into China

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Canada law recognizes digital currency firms as money services

On June 1, the amendments made to Canada’s Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act were made effective

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Germany bans digital doppelganger passport photos

Morphing can trick artificial intelligence used at passport control into ‘recognising’ different individuals.

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Rwandan genocide suspect must face U.N. tribunal, rules French court

Kabuga, whose arrest in Paris in May ended a manhunt that lasted more than two decades, has called the charges lies.

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Supreme Court rules non-signatories can enforce arbitration agréments: US

The case involves an American company (ThyssenKrupp Stainless USA) and a French company (F.L. Industries Inc.)

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Tensions simmer in Hong Kong as controversial anthem law back up for debate

The ban comes on the heels of China’s plan to directly impose national security laws on Hong Kong

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US takes aim at digital services taxes in UK and EU

Trump administration expands probe that led to tariff threat against France last year

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Putin sets July 1 for constitutional reform vote: Russia

Vote, which may extend president's rule beyond 2024, is scheduled as officials say COVID-19 crisis has passed its peak.

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California attorney general submits regulations for approval under privacy law

The law affects a broad swath of companies, from Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google to retailers like Walmart and Amazon.com Inc

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House Democrat moves to cut Attorney General Barr's budget by $50 million: US

Nadler said he was making this move and others in the wake of Barr’s refusal to appear before his committee.

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U.S. lawmaker prepares bill aiming to end court protection for police

The bill joins a flurry of Democratic legislation in the House of Representatives and Senate

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Supreme Court denies review of mandatory bar membership case: US

The lower courts turned down requests to hear the case on the grounds that the Supreme Court was the only court that could overturn its previous ruling in Keller

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Cyberbullying regulation in Japan could have a chilling effect: Japan

Experts warn that ability to identify source of online abuse might silence potential whistleblowers

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Polish Senate passes election bill, setting stage for June vote

The bill, including several amendments, was passed with 94 senators voting in favour

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U.S. court refuses to shield Volkswagen in diesel scandal lawsuits

Volkswagen has admitted to using illegal software to cheat U.S. pollution

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Chinese telecom firms urge FCC not to block U.S. operations

The other two firms have not yet filed formal FCC responses.

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Credit Suisse wins control over Chinese securities joint venture

Stake increase marks milestone for Swiss bank’s expansion in China

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