Lawmakers wade into Banks, Telecom. operators’ feud
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17 March 2021 | 12:24 pm
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French and German prosecutors and investigators conducted searches in and around the French capital. Financial prosecutors say the raid focused on dividend stripping.
French financial prosecutors on Tuesday raided several of France's biggest banks, including Société Générale and BNP Paribas, as part of a multicountry investigation into what authorities say is one of Europe's biggest tax thefts.
Kamala Harris praised Tennessee lawmakers Justin Jones and Justin Pearson for pushing for stronger action on gun violence. Joe Biden also invited them to the White House.
Deforestation is responsible for about 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions. The new ban would affect imported products like leather, palm oil, wood, cocoa, among others.
First Seattle and now the state of California: US lawmakers have introduced legislation addressing caste. But why is an ancient South Asian hierarchical system important in US politics?
Two EU parliamentary committees have backed setting up rules on how generative artificial intelligence like ChatGPT can be used in Europe. Once approved, they would become "the world's first rules" on AI technology.
Lawmakers are warning of a "real and growing risk" that the Palace of Westminster, which houses Britain's Parliament, might be destroyed by a catastrophic event before it can be restored.
Lawmakers say the groundbreaking legislation is aimed at protecting fundamental rights whilst fostering consumer confidence and nuturing responsible further development. But it's not likely to take effect until 2025.
A new bill prohibiting gender reassignment has passed its first reading in the Russian lower house. It’s a further attack against LGBTQ rights in Russia.
Lawmakers in the House of Commons backed a report which said the former prime minister misled parliament regarding his rule-breaking parties during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Finnish parliament has elected the conservative politician as the head of the government. Promising a shift to the right, the new prime minister has pledged deep spending cuts and a "paradigm shift" on immigration.
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