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WASHINGTON (Reuters) -New York and other U.S. states filed a notice on Wednesday saying they will fight the dismissal of an antitrust lawsuit that they launched against Facebook Inc in an appeals court.
With the suit against Activision Blizzard, gaming faces another #MeToo moment. Will it finally bring change?
Every few months, the video game industry gets uprooted by a workplace scandal that inevitably reveals that the male-dominated community continues to have a problem with sexism.
Dimosthenis Karmoiris was reporting on the victory of South Korean table tennis athlete Jeoung Young-sik against Greece's Panagiotis Gionis.
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The Court of Appeal here dismissed an appeal by lawyer Datuk V.K. Lingam to set aside the Advocates and Solicitors disciplinary board's decision to bar him from practising law for alleged misconduct relating to a video clip over judicial appointments on Tuesday (July 27).
(Reuters) - Australia handed the West Indies a six-wicket defeat on Monday to clinch a 2-1 one-day international series win and leave home captain Kieron Pollard criticising the quality of the pitch in Bridgetown.
TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia's Parliament Speaker Rached Ghannouchi has quickly emerged as the main opponent of President Kais Saied's efforts to reshape the country's politics, branding his dismissal of the government a coup.
TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia's president described his election victory in 2019 as 'like a new revolution' - and on Sunday night he brought huge crowds of supporters onto the streets by sacking the government and freezing parliament in a move his foes called a coup.
GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) -Hundreds of Guatemalans protested outside the presidential palace on Saturday against the ouster of anti-graft fighter Juan Francisco Sandoval, who fled the country overnight after being stripped of his post in a move that sparked a global outcry.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Tuesday dismissed a sports promotion company's antitrust lawsuit accusing soccer's world governing body FIFA and the U.S. Soccer Federation of blocking foreign clubs and leagues from staging competitive matches in the United States.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish students and academics are set to continue protests against what they say is government interference in academia despite President Tayyip Erdogan's ousting of a rector whose appointment in January triggered months of demonstrations.