Prevalence of white supremacists in law enforcement demands drastic change

(Reuters) – At Reuters investigation on May 6 indicates that a significant number of US police instructors have ties to a constellation of armed right-wing militias and white supremacist hate groups, a report that adds to a fast-growing body of evidence showing a deadly threat inside US police departments. The analysis found that some of … Read more

Stanford Law scraps all tuition for low-income students, joining Yale

The university logo is displayed at Stanford Stadium at Stanford University in Stanford, California, May 9, 2014. REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Students with family income below 150% of poverty line will be covered School to spend $3.1 mln more annually on enhanced financial aid (Reuters) – Stanford Law … Read more

Explanation: Some patients reporting COVID rebounds after taking Pfizer pills

May 11 (Reuters) – More than 2.8 million courses from Pfizer Inc. (PFE.N) The COVID-19 oral antiviral treatment Paxlovid has been made available in pharmacies across the United States as the Biden administration works to improve access to the drug. As Paxlovid has become more widely used, some patients have reported that COVID-19 symptoms return … Read more

Hong Kong police release Catholic cardinal arrested on national security charges

HONG KONG, May 11 (Reuters) – Cardinal Joseph Zen, one of Asia’s top Catholic clerics, and three other people who helped run a now disbanded fund for protesters in Hong Kong have been arrested for “collusion with foreign forces”. , then released on bail. Zen, a 90-year-old former Hong Kong bishop, was interrogated for several … Read more

Content moderator in Kenya sues Meta over working conditions

NAIROBI, May 10 (Reuters) – A former moderator working for Facebook owner Meta Platforms Inc. (FB.O) on Tuesday filed a lawsuit alleging that poor working conditions for contracted content moderators violate the Kenyan constitution. The petition, also filed against Meta’s local outsourcing company, Sama, alleges that workers who moderate Facebook posts in Kenya have been … Read more

Shipping insurance costs across the Black Sea are skyrocketing

LONDON, Feb 25 (Reuters) – Insurers have raised the cost of cover for merchant ships crossing the Black Sea, adding to soaring freight rates in the region for vessels still ready to sail after the invasion of Ukraine by Russia. Shipowners pay war risk insurance annually as well as an additional “infraction” premium when entering … Read more

Mumbai mosques lower volume after Hindu demands

Hindu leader calls for mosque speakers to be turned off Mumbai mosques comply with demands after police intervene Row is the latest point of tension between Muslims and Hindus in India India’s ruling party says it does not discriminate against anyone MUMBAI, May 8 (Reuters) – Mohammed Ashfaq Kazi, the chief preacher at Bombay’s largest … Read more

Explanation: Can companies leaving Russia recover their losses through insurance?

March 23 (Reuters) – Hundreds of companies said they were pulling out or suspending operations in Russia after it invaded Ukraine, by energy producer Shell Plc (SHELL) to car manufacturer Hyundai Motor Co (005380.KS) to PwC, a global professional services firm. Here’s a look at how insurance and international arbitration could soften the blow to … Read more

Exclusive: Xiaomi accuses the Indian agency of threats of “physical violence” during an investigation

Xiaomi India faces Indian investigation over royalty payments Xiaomi has obtained legal redress, but accuses the agency of threats – document Company says executives threatened with ‘disastrous consequences’ – document India claims Xiaomi made overseas payments under the ‘cover of royalty’ NEW DELHI, May 7 (Reuters) – Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp 1810.HK alleged its … Read more

Pope gave green light to secret deal to free kidnapped nun, court told

VATICAN CITY, May 5 (Reuters) – Pope Francis has approved a secret €1 million operation to free a Colombian nun held captive for more than four years by an Islamist militant group in Mali ahead of her release in 2021 , a cardinal told a Vatican court on Thursday. Cardinal Angelo Becciu, 73, the only … Read more