Posts Tagged ‘rules’

Iran captured UK tanker to uphold int’l maritime rules, says Zarif

Tasnim – Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said the country’s military forces captured a British-flagged oil tanker, the Stena Impero, in the Strait of Hormuz to “uphold international maritime rules”. “Unlike the piracy in the Strait of Gibraltar, our action in the Persian Gulf is to uphold int’l maritime rules. As I said in […]

Parks in Israeli city open up to Arabs as court rules against ban on ‘non-residents’

Israeli Arabs claimed a small legal victory over the city of Afula, which closed its parks to ‘non-residents’. Lifting the ban, a local court stopped just short of calling the prohibition racist, citing a legal opinion by Israel’s attorney general, who ruled that any citizen shall have access to municipal parks across the country. Afula, […]

Court bans father of 7yo boy slated for transition from ‘teaching him basic rules for boys’

   Jeff Younger, who is locked in a court battle with his ex-wife over whether their son should undergo transition to a girl, says a court order bans him from discussing things like religion or the need to be respectful to girls. Jeff and his former spouse Anne Georgulas are trying to resolve a parental […]

Blue and White’s Ya’alon rules out merger with other parties ahead of election

Blue and White’s No. 3 Moshe Ya’alon on Saturday ruled out the party running with other center-left lists in September’s Knesset elections, echoing party No. 2 Yair Lapid. Talk of a potential center-left alliance has grown over the past week following former prime minister Ehud Barak’s return to politics. Barak, who has yet to name […]

Shoot protesters while they rest — Israel’s new rules

Maureen Clare Murphy Rights and Accountability 28 June 2019 A protester in central Gaza during Great March of Return protests on 30 March 2019. Mahmoud Khattab APA images Shooting “key instigators” during unarmed protests in Gaza when they’re resting. Opening fire on teenagers attempting to make their way to pray in Jerusalem when they pose […]

Supreme Court Rules Cops Do NOT Need a Warrant to Draw Your Blood If You’re Unable to Consent

By Matt Agorist On Thursday, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that police officers do not need your consent, nor do they need a warrant, to draw your blood—so long as you are unconscious—and police accuse you of being under the influence. The ruling on Thursday is in stark contrast to the previous […]

5G Roll-out has broken all the rules, even the U.S. Senate Committee has shirked its statutory responsibilities

    5G as a Globalist Tool By Renee Parsons The recent Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee hearing regarding oversight of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) failed to shed any real light on  details of the proposed 5G network as it received less scrutiny than expected given its highly anticipated, ubiquitous role in American […]

Do the rules of environmental protection extend to exoplanets beyond our solar system?

(Natural News) A German researcher did not believe it was possible to justify the environmental protection of planets outside our solar system on the grounds of potential use by humankind in the future. He also believed it was irrelevant to regulate the environments of exoplanets that can support life if the same worlds happened to […]

Downed US drone turned off ‘all identifying equipment’ in violation of intl rules, Tehran says

“The drone took off from a US base in the southern Persian Gulf,” according to a statement by the elite unit. While in the air, the US allegedly attempted to make the drone appear invisible to radar. It had turned off all its identifying equipment in violation of aviation rules and was moving in full […]

Twitter tries to "clarify" its content rules, but still won’t provide any justification whatsoever for banning the Health Ranger from its platform

(Natural News) Once again, a social media tech giant is in hot water for arbitrarily banning or censoring a notable conservative and is scrambling to cover its tracks and justify its blatant political discrimination. As reported by Breitbart Tech on Friday, in a series of statements posted to its own platform, Twitter […]

US tariffs on China in breach of WTO rules: former official

The US administration’s move to impose tariffs on Chinese goods is in violation of World Trade Organization (WTO) rules and could have serious impact on global markets, says a former WTO official. Zhang Yuejiao, a former judge and chair of the WTO appellate body, made the comment in an interview with China Central Television […]

Circuit court rules that police can’t just arrest someone for cursing at them

   The 8th US Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday upheld a US District Court decision that refused to throw out a civil lawsuit against an Arkansas police officer who arrested a man who yelled a curse word at the officer as he conducted a traffic stop on another citizen. What Happened According to court […]

The TSA Just Updated Its Rules to Allow CBD Oil on Flights

By Emma Fiala Over Memorial Day weekend, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) made an important update to its website. Hemp-derived CBD products may now be carried on airplanes, but only under certain circumstances. The important update has been needed after the 2018 Farm Bill legalized hemp and its derivatives federally. The lag in update has […]

Drugmakers ‘misled consumers’, rules Federal Court

GSK caught in the federal court again. Photo: UTV Pharmaceutical giants GlaxoSmithKline Australia and Novartis Consumer Health Australasia have admitted they broke consumer laws by misleading shoppers in regard to pain relief products. The Federal Court has ruled that both GSK and Novartis had breached Australian Consumer Law by making false or misleading assertions in […]

Supreme Court rules drafts of Declaration of Independence can’t go under hammer

The Supreme Court ruled Monday that the privately held drafts of Israel’s Declaration of Independence are state property and cannot be sold at auction, overturning a ruling by a lower court. After years of legal wrangling over the documents, the court accepted the position of the state and Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit, with a panel […]

High Court rules nationalist Jerusalem Day march can pass through Muslim Quarter

The High Court of Justice on Sunday threw out a petition that sought to change the route of a nationalist march marking Jerusalem Day. The Flag March is an annual Jerusalem parade that passes through the Old City’s Muslim Quarter to mark Israel’s capture of the eastern parts of the city during the 1967 Six […]

Pepe the Frog case against Infowars will go to trial, judge rules

Matt Furie, who created the cartoon frog that became an internet meme and was co-opted by the far right, sued InfoWars for selling a poster of Pepe the Frog depicted alongside Milo Yiannopoulos, InfoWars founder Alex Jones and President Donald Trump. The posters sold for $29.95 apiece and generated gross revenues of over $31,000, […]

"Lo Spread" Hits 2019 Highs As Salvini Spits On European Budget Rules

Matteo Salvini just told Jean Claude Juncker and holders of Italian bonds ‘va a fanculo’ because Italy no longer has time for Europe’s outdated and oppressive fiscal rules. During events in Verona and Rome, Salvini went back on the budget offensive, insisting that the League and Five Star would deliver on the package of stimulus […]

Federal Judge Rules That The Public Has No Right To Know About Dakota Pipeline Spills

The Facts: This article was written By Kristina Kristen, Guest Writer, for Children’s Health Defense, posted here with permission. Reflect On: How much do pharmaceutical companies really care about our health? Why is important information on vaccines never acknowledged and countered by the mainstream? In the United States, many legislators and public health officials are […]

UN rules Iraq must compensate Kuwait oil company $240m

A UN panel has ruled that Kuwait’s national oil company be compensated $240 million for losses incurred during Iraq’s 1990-1991 invasion. Since 2005, the United Nations Compensation Commission says it has paid $48.3 billion to countries and organisations affected by the 1990 Iraqi invasion. Iraq currently sets aside 1.5% of its […]

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