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The attorney general of England, Suella Braverman, whose job is to provide independent legal advice, rushed to declare possibly illegal behaviour above board.
· One Chinese caught after illegally entering S. Korea on small boat →
The illegal entrant, who was caught on Tuesday, stayed in South Korea for one year until July 2012 after being given legal status, but after that, he remained in the country illegally until April 2015, when he was expelled after being caught for drunk driving.
· Hong Kong: Hundreds arrested as proposed security law worsens tensions →
Riot police flooded central Hong Kong as people of all ages took to the streets to protest the territory's legislators preparing to debate another bill, one that would make it illegal to insult or abuse the Chinese national anthem.
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The plants are made up of more than 100 different cannabinoids, one of them being CBD, which is different to THC (tetrahydrocannabinol, the illegal psychoactive ingredient in the plant).
· Hundreds held as HK police use pepper pellets to disperse protest →
Police said they had arrested about 240 people in three districts, most for illegal assembly.
· Coronavirus latest: at a glance →
Officials in Strasbourg have appealed for hundreds of spectators who attended an illegal football match at the weekend to be tested for Covid-19.
· COVID-19 crisis: IT employees union writes to CM over lay-offs →
The NITES claimed it has raised issues of more than 68,000 employees and filed petitions with labour commissioners and district magistrates against illegal terminations, reduction in wages, deduction of earned leaves, and issues like forceful resignations and forcing employees to apply leaves as vacation.
· Putrajaya defends detention of illegal immigrants during COVID-19 pandemic →
PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysian government has defended its decision to detain illegal immigrants amid the COVID-19 pandemic, adding that they cannot be accorded special treatment because they have broken the country's immigration laws.
· S.African migrants face hunger, xenophobia during virus lockdown →
But many illegal immigrants prefer to keep their distance from these handouts, dreading that they will be picked up, say grassroots workers.
· Covid-19: Cuepacs wants depot staff welfare to be prioritised →
Adnan also advised all parties, especially non-governmental organisations (NGO), who criticised government measures in conducting operations to arrest and detain illegal immigrants, to stop making negative accusations as if their actions were discriminatory.