A ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has recognised the need to balance anti-money laundering and terrorist financing measures with privacy rights, an expert has said.
The blast targeted a police team preparing to escort polio vaccinators in the city of Quetta. A policeman, a woman and a child were killed.
A military court ruled that the two soldiers had committed ‘deviant sexual behaviour’ that was ‘very much against the law or any religious provisions’. Gay sex is legal in most of Indonesia, but not in the military.
A year has now passed since policymakers proposed reforms to EU rules on alternative investment funds (AIFs).
A poorly-worded notice outside an Adelaide post office, which meant to convey that technical issues kept it from taking photos that met requirements of Indian passport authorities, has sparked online backlash.
In 1998 hundreds of people in Indonesia, many of them of Chinese descent, were killed, and scores of women raped, in two days of violence; now ‘Koko Cici’ contests often take place, encouraging youngsters to help preserve Chinese culture.
Price escalation is a crucial risk for contractors and suppliers engaging in construction and engineering projects where the parties have agreed to a “fixed price” or inadequate contractual forms of relief for substantial rises in the prices of materials, labour and energy costs.
Estimated daily losses of US$224 million as supplies of cement and fuel run short. Government likely to legally force strikers to return to work.
‘Look at the leader’s hair too, if it’s fully white, that means they are thinking about the people,’ the Indonesian president said, in an apparent reference to Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo.
Numbers dipped in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, as Western sanctions reduced travel capacities, but Russian tourists are returning to Phuket in droves.