Orban's party signals crackdown after victory in Hungary

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BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party signalled on Monday it could push on with legislation to crack down on organisations promoting migrant rights as soon as parliament reconvenes after Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s sweeping election victory. Source: New feed Read More

Brazil top court justice asked to issue injunction to free Lula

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BRASILIA (Reuters) – A Brazilian association of criminal lawyers requested on Monday that a Supreme Court justice issue an injunction that would free former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who began serving a 12-year sentence for bribery over the weekend. Source: New feed Read More

After 'no hell' report, Pope gives the devil his due

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VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – Pope Francis has put Satan in his place, citing the devil repeatedly in a document published on Monday following a Vatican rebuke last month of a journalist who quoted him as saying hell does not exist. Source: New feed Read More

Cycling in Jeddah: Saudi women embrace change

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JEDDAH, Saudi Arabia (Reuters) – When Amirah al-Turkistani left Boston in 2015 after earning a graduate degree, friends mocked her decision to ship her beloved pistachio-colored bicycle back home to Saudi Arabia. Source: New feed Read More
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