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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Europe's second-highest court on Wednesday rejected French telecoms provider Altice's challenge against a 125-million-euro ($146.7 million) fine imposed by EU antitrust regulators for closing its PT Portugal deal early six years ago.
(Reuters) - Video game publisher Activision Blizzard said on Tuesday that it continues to work with regulators on addressing and resolving the workplace complaints it has received.
CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau narrowly won re-election on Monday but failed to secure a majority in parliament, after alienating some voters by calling a snap vote two years early during a fourth wave of the pandemic.
VIENTIANE (Vientiane Times/Asia News Network): Vientiane authorities have ordered shops and markets that sell items that are not absolutely essential to close until Sept 30, as an additional measure to contain the Covid-19 outbreak.
Russia has ratcheted up pressure on foreign technology companies amid a broader crackdown on anti-Kremlin opposition this year.
(Reuters) -Activision Blizzard said on Monday that the U.S. securities regulator was investigating the videogame publisher's disclosures regarding employment matters and related issues.
KIGALI (Reuters) -A Rwandan court on Monday sentenced Paul Rusesabagina, a one-time hotel manager portrayed as a hero in a Hollywood film about the 1994 genocide, to 25 years in prison after he was convicted of terrorism charges.
Seoul: A hit Netflix series exploring the culture of abuse among South Korea’s enlisted soldiers is fuelling calls for the military to get tougher on rights violations, just as a military task force in charge of reform is set to wrap up its work.