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Taliban 'forcibly evicting' Hazaras and opponents in Afghanistan
Thousands of people have been forced from their homes and land by Taliban officials in the north and south of Afghanistan, in what amounted to collective punishment, illegal under international law, Human Rights Watch has warned.
Watchdog Exposes Huge Conflicts of Interest Missteps With DeJoy Appointment
Recently released documents from the United States Postal Service (USPS) reveal that, in the first months of Louis DeJoy's tenure as Postmaster General, he had more than a dozen instances of conflicts of interest due to his and other family members' investments in companies tied to the government agency.
Supreme Court won't block Texas law banning most abortions
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court is not immediately blocking the Texas law that bans most abortions, but has agreed to hear arguments in the case in early November.
Police Can't Demand You Reveal Your Phone Passcode and Then Tell a Jury You Refused
The Utah Supreme Court is the latest stop in EFF's roving campaign to establish your Fifth Amendment right to refuse to provide your password to law enforcement.
EFF Files New Lawsuit Against California Sheriff for Sharing ALPR Data with ICE and CBP
The Marin County Sheriff illegally shares the sensitive location information of millions of drivers with out-of-state and federal agencies, including Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
Manchester Arena bomber's brother no longer in UK, inquiry told
The older brother of the Manchester Arena suicide bomber is no longer in the UK and the bomber's childhood friend was arrested on Monday trying to leave the country, the public inquiry into the terror attack has heard.
Manchester bomber's brother leaves UK after being ordered to give evidence at inquiry
The Manchester Arena bomber's brother has left the UK after being called to give evidence to the public inquiry into the attack.
Teletext Holidays 'faces court action over delays to refunds for Covid cancellations'
Teletext Holidays is facing court action over the company's delays in refunding customers for trips that were cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the UK's competition watchdog has announced.
Explainer | What's at stake for Trump allies facing 'contempt of Congress'? | amNewYork
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