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Spain’s Socialist government’s efforts to clampdown on the growth of car-hailing apps including Uber and Cabify threaten to hurt people it claims to want to help: middle-aged workers out of work for a long time.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's populist government on Monday escalated its clampdown on irregular immigration with a decree aimed at slashing the number of people awarded asylum and doubling the time irregular migrants can be detained.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Iran has arrested activists and political opponents in a clampdown on freedom of expression as use of torture continues despite promises of reform, a United Nations report said on Monday.
China’s clampdown on the use of virtual private networks to circumvent the country’s internet controls risks disrupting businesses that depend on them for cloud services and data security.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Thousands of protesters marched to Hungary's parliament on Sunday in the latest mass rally against Prime Minister Viktor Orban's clampdown on a top foreign university and non-government organisations ahead of a parliamentary election due next year.
(Reuters) - Leicester City's Christian Fuchs says he has had to alter his defending style to adapt to the clampdown by referees on pushing and holding in the penalty area.
(Reuters) - Defender Danny Simpson says Leicester City need to adapt quickly to a clampdown by referees on pushing and holding in the penalty area after Saturday's 4-1 defeat by Manchester United.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Swedish police will be able to raid companies to catch illegal migrant workers under new proposals announced on Thursday, part of the centre-left government's clampdown on asylum seekers whose applications have been rejected.
(Reuters) - Stoke City forward Peter Crouch said Premier League players would need to adapt to a clampdown by referees on pushing and holding in the penalty area, expressing concern that the new guidelines might lead to a farcical number of penalty awards.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A fresh clampdown on radio communications during Formula One races has been branded as "unnecessary" and "strange" by the drivers in the lead up to Sunday's season-opening Australian Grand Prix.