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GYONGYOSPATA, Hungary (Reuters) - Hungarian minority Roma said on Wednesday they felt vindicated by a court ruling that a school had unlawfully segregated Roma children for years and the award of $310,000 in compensation, but they feared renewed tension.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - A Hungarian school unlawfully segregated minority Roma students for years, the country's top court said in a final ruling on Tuesday, granting 100 million forints ($310,000) in compensation to the children's families.
WASHINGTON: The US Treasury Department said on Saturday it has released US$9.5bil in additional funds from the Payroll Support Program to US air carriers, bringing to US$12.4bil the total provided to the airline sector hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
PETALING JAYA: Yinson Holdings Bhd has started to see selling pressure following the termination of its proposed contract to operate a vessel for Aker Energy Ghana Ltd’s Pecan project in Ghana.
KUALA LUMPUR: Yinson Holdings Bhd's proposed contract to operate a vessel at the Deepwater Tano Cape Three Points contract area, offshore of Ghana, has been cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
THE single-largest government-related technology contract is coming closer to fruition and selected parties have been called to put in their new bids.
COPENHAGEN: The most senior managers working at Sweden’s biggest mortgage bank won’t be getting bonuses to reflect last year’s bumper profits.
BANGKOK: A court in Thailand on Tuesday (Dec 24) sentenced a reporter to two years in prison for criminal libel for a comment she tweeted about a labour abuse grievance at a poultry farm. The case against Suchanee Cloitre, then working for Voice TV, is one of 20 lawsuits launched by Thammakaset Co against 25 workers, activists and journalists.
BANGKOK (Reuters): Burmese migrants who were illegally charged excessive recruitment fees to secure jobs at an electronics manufacturer in Thailand are being compensated in a rare award expected to spotlight a practice known to trap workers in modern slavery.