Violation в новостях
|violation of human||Нарушение прав человека|
|violation of international||Нарушение международного|
Публикации и примеры предложений
· Who is Hunter Biden and could he impact his father's campaign? →
Florida-based businessmen and Republican donors Lev Parnas (pictured with Rudy Giuliani) and Igor Fruman were arrested on suspicion of campaign finance violations at Dulles International Airport near Washington DC on 9 October.
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Any violation can be subject to a compensation claim or civil and criminal lawsuits.
· How the Supreme Court enabled police to use deadly chokeholds →
Indeed, these indemnity laws are so common that a 2014 study by UCLA law professor Joanna Schwartz found that “during the study period, governments paid approximately 99.98% of the dollars that plaintiffs recovered in lawsuits alleging civil rights violations by law enforcement.”
· Coronavirus in Karnataka: State bans spitting of tobacco in public →
The violations also attract a jail term.
· Portland declares 'State of Emergency' →
The city’s troubled relationship with its own police department - OPD is in its 17th year under a federal consent decree for civil rights violations - was powerfully expressed Friday night.
· Covid-19: Restaurant operators in Malaysia can be fined over SOP breach, says Dr Noor Hisham →
PUTRAJAYA, May 30 — Restaurant operators found to be in violation of Covid-19 standard operating procedures (SOP) issued by the National Security Council (MKN) could face a maximum fine of RM1,000 under the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act 1988 (Act 342).
· Labuan cops warn those undergoing Covid-19 quarantine at hotels not to break rules →
The violation was under Section 22 (b) Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act 1988 [Act 342] for contravention of Annex 14 (Order For Supervision And Observation notice) as issued to them.
· France, UK, Germany 'regret' US end to three Iran nuclear waivers →
Iran is also enriching uranium up to 4.5 percent in violation of the accord's limit of 3.67 percent.