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The move is likely to activate a long legal battle between the involved authorities.

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Some 600,000 Rohingya are living in "deplorable" conditions in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, subject to restrictions on movement that touch almost every aspect of their lives, the U.N report said.

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New York's Education department admitted that students from public schools that want to participate in next Friday´s demonstrations against climate change can do it and justify the absence under that reason.

It has been accused of contributing to a public health crisis that has led to nearly 400,000 overdose deaths between 1999 and 2017, according to the latest U.S. data.

King Felipe had no choice but to confirm there was no settlement for an investiture, so eyes are set on November 10th for another round of elections.

"Netanyahu has lost, but Gantz hasn't won," said Udi Segal, a prominent Israeli television news anchor.

"The incident does not represent what we stand for," envoy Jeff Radebe said, adding that South African police would "leave no stone unturned" to provide justice.

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