The New York Times
· Amazon’s Big Breakdown →
In France, unions successfully secured a court order preventing the company from selling nonessential goods until new safety precautions were put in place.
The China Post
· Philippine court convicts American of online child abuse →
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A Philippine court has sentenced an American to life in prison on charges of sexually exploiting Filipino children using webcams to sell videos, photos and livestreams to buyers abroad, an official said Wednesday.
· Vodafone Group Looks Unpredictable In The Medium Term →
These were offset by an unfavorable Supreme Court case in India as well as impairments and market-to-market losses that totaled €5.3 billion.
· Sally Challen: Wife who killed abusive husband can inherit his estate, judge rules →
The judge, who analysed arguments about Mrs Challen's inheritance claim at a High Court hearing in Bristol earlier this month, announced his decision in a ruling published on Wednesday.
· Trump is threatening to close down social media companies. Can he actually do that? →
Even if Trump’s executive order tries to shut down social media companies, it would face an immediate court battle.
The China Post
· Mexican drug lord pleads poverty in bid to escape arrest →
The court papers state: “The plaintiff argues insolvency, because he says he is more than 60 years old, is neither retired nor has a pension, and given the fact that he is a fugitive from the law, cannot work or perform any activity to earn money.”
· Romina Ashrafi: outcry in Iran over so-called 'honour killing' of 14-year-old girl →
Iran’s judiciary said Romina’s case would be tried in a special court.
· Fiji politics in chaos after main opposition party suspended →
An influential regional player, Fiji is courted by both Australia and New Zealand to counteract China’s growing influence in the Pacific.
· Parents of black Texas teens sue school district over 'discriminatory hair policy' →
The suit, filed Friday in U.S. District Court in Houston, alleges race and gender discrimination and that the hair policy infringed upon the constitutional rights of DeAndre Arnold and his cousin, Kaden Bradford, 16, identified as K.B.
· Arizona sues Google over claims it illegally tracked location of Android users →
Brnovich is asking a court force Google to pay back profits it may have earned from monetizing this data through ads served to Arizona residents.