06 April 2016

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Worldwide executions highest since 1989: Amnesty LONDON - Agence France-Presse The number of known executions worldwide went up by more than 50 percent last year to at least 1,634, the highest figure recorded since 1989, Amnesty International said on April 6. The surge was largely fuelled by Iran, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, the London-based human rights organisation said in its annual report on death sentences and executions worldwide.
Allergan CEO blasts Treasury action on inversions (40)
By Naomi Jagoda - 04/06/16 11:12 AM EDT Allergan CEO Brent Saunders said Wednesday that the Treasury Department actions that led his pharmaceutical company and Pfizer to terminate their proposed merger are "a bit un-American." "We built this deal around the law, regulations, all the notices that were put out by the Treasury, and it was a highly legal construct.
Swiss police raid Uefa offices over Panama Papers (22)
Gianni Infantino has become embroiled in the Panama Papers affair Gianni Infantino is Б─°dismayedБ─² and Б─°will not acceptБ─² that his integrity is being doubted Swiss police have raided UefaБ─(tm)s headquarters in Nyon to seize details of a contract signed by the Fifa president, Gianni Infantino, following the Panama Papers leak. Please subscribe or sign in to continue reading.
France's far-right Jean-Marie Le Pen convicted for Holocaust denial (14)
The former National Front leader has been fined thousands for belitting the historical role of the Nazi regime. He has become infamous for such statements throughout his career. The founder of France's far-right National Front party, Jean-Marie Le Pen, has been convicted of denying crimes against humanity by a Paris court.
Estonian police team, flown to Greece, sends migrants back to Turkey (24)
2016-04-06 BNS/TBT Staff A ferry carrying migrants arrives in the town of Dikili off the coast of Turkey on Monday TALLINN - The ESTPOL3 police team of the Estonian Police and Border Guard Board flown to Greece on Saturday started escorting migrants to be sent back to Turkey onto ships early on Monday, April 4. "Yes, absolutely.
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