The Japan Times
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“The police warn the mob to stop illegal activities immediately, otherwise they will be arrested,” it said.
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However, she would not be drawn on what actions and opinions would be deemed illegal.
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From the numerous cases that Tenagantia has handled, it is clear that the majority of those who are considered as “illegal” or undocumented are in fact victims of labour scams, human trafficking, irresponsible employers who do not obtain or renew work permits and poorly or fraudulently managed government policies and schemes.
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The main point that is missing from the report then is that, ultimately, in order to stop this from happening, fractional reserve banking must be declared illegal and ended entirely.
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Surrogacy is illegal under Thai law.
· Selangor top cop says tightening security at MAEPS, migrants being cooperative so far →
SERDANG, May 27 — The Covid-19 quarantine and treatment centre at the Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS) has come under heavy guard by the police to prevent illegal immigrants placed there from escaping.
· From face masks to alcohol, fake goods in Malaysia are putting lives in danger →
In February last year, for example, Malaysian authorities disposed of RM450,000 (S$147,000) worth of fake and illegal goods — including food items — in Penang, where there were nearly 100 reports of counterfeit food items last year.
· Top headlines in major S. Korean newspapers →
Korean-language dailies-- Lee Jae-yong summoned for questioning 20 days after making apology to public (Kyunghyang Shinmun)-- 2 suspected cases of multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children reported (Kookmin Daily)-- UNC unable to determine N. Korea's gunfire accidental (Donga llbo) -- 2 Koreas violate Armistice Agreement in guard post gunfire (Seoul Shinmun)-- 2 Koreas violate Armistice Agreement in guard post gunfire (Segye Times)-- Ruling party calls for all fiscal capacity to be mobilized without thinking about national debt (Chosun Ilbo)-- Yoon Seok-youl orders swift investigation into all allegations over Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance (JoongAng Ilbo)-- Lee Jae-yong summoned for questioning for first time in 3 years over allegations on illegal succession attempts (Hankyoreh)-- Suspected carcinogen found in diabetes drug used by 260,000 people (Hankook Ilbo)-- Has aviation industry bottomed out?
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Brown, who was sworn in as police chief last month, said most of this weekend's violence involved rival gangs and clashes over the sale of illegal drugs.
The New York Times
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Gavin Newsom and the state’s secretary of state in an attempt to strike down an executive order dispatching mail-in ballots to every registered voter there, deriding it as an “illegal power grab” and part of Democrats’ “partisan election agenda.”