The judge rejected the challenge to Southwest’s vaccine mandate

A federal judge says Southwest Airlines has the right to vaccinate employees against COVID-19 ByThe Associated Press Oct. 27, 2021, 2:30 PM • 1 min read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article DALLAS – A federal judge has rejected a bid by pilots to block Southwest Airlines from imposing a vaccine mandate, saying the … Read more

The next problem of the rule of law in Europe: Angela Merkel – POLITICO

Mujtaba Rahman is the director of the Eurasia Group’s European practice and the author of POLITICO’s Beyond the Bubble column. Tweet at @Mij_Europe. Yes European Council last week Let me clarify one thing, it is the horrible mess that the European debate on the crisis of the rule of law in Poland has become. The … Read more

Germany imprisoned ISIS woman for death of Yazidi woman – POLITICO

A German woman who joined the Islamic State (ISIS) group was sentenced Monday to 10 years in prison for letting a Yazidi slave girl die of thirst in the sun. During his time in Iraq, Jennifer Wenisch standing as her then -husband and ISIS fighter tied up a Yazidi girl outside their home in scorching … Read more

The UK and EU are still ‘far apart’ in Northern Ireland’s trade – POLITICO

High-level talks will resume next week between the European Union and the United Kingdom about policies governing trade in Northern Ireland but the two sides will remain “far from major issues,” the statement said. a British government source on Saturday. While insisting that the UK government wants a speedy solution to the Northern Ireland Protocol, … Read more

UK and EU remain ‘very far apart’ in Northern Ireland trade – POLITICAL

High-level talks are set to resume next week between the European Union and the United Kingdom on the rules governing trade in Northern Ireland, but the two sides remain “very far apart on the big issues,” a UK source said on Saturday. British government. While insisting that the UK government wants a quick fix on … Read more

Timothy Hale-Cusanelli was fired from the military for involvement in the Jan. 6 riot

A New Jersey Army reserve and alleged Nazi sympathizer known for his “Hitler” mustache was forced to be released by the military after being accused participating in the unrest at the U.S. Capitol. Timothy Hale -Cusanelli – described as a “believed white supremacist” and Nazi sympathizer in court documents – was the first known service … Read more

Warsaw and Brussels did not succeed against the rule of law – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article There’s a dirty no-secret truth about the EU’s fight with Poland over the rule of law that almost none of the EU institutions want to admit out loud: It’s unforgivable. And perhaps the only thing that can be done, especially for European Commission officials discussing the issue, is … Read more

Geraldton police officer charged with murder fights back tears as he recounts the day of the fatal shooting

An officer charged with murdering a knife-wielding woman who shot him dead on a suburban street wiped away tears when he told a Perth court that he thought she would stab him when he pulled the trigger. WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are cautioned that this article contains a picture of a person … Read more

Ireland’s Facebook decision sparks controversy over GDPR limits – POLITICO

EU officials are preparing for a fight over how much companies should be free to process personal data after a decision targeting Facebook from Ireland’s privacy regulator prompted to push from campaigners. Data Protection Commission (DPC) of Ireland said last week it plans to fine Facebook between € 28 million and € 36 million for … Read more

The judge limits unpaid leave for non -pregnant U.S. lab workers

A federal judge has limited the ability for now for unemployed running Oak Ridge National Laboratory to put employees on unpaid leave receiving exceptions to a COVID-19 vaccine requirement Ni JONATHAN MATTISE Associated Press Oct 17, 2021, 5:28 PM • 3 min read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A federal … Read more