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Protests in four cities over Rohingya crisis

Coming down heavily on the administration of a democratically elected government, led by Nobel peace prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi , Khaleda deeply bemoaned that it is not any military dictator, the present government of Myanmar is the mastermind of the inhuman and terror acts.

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Wells Fargo seeks arbitration order in customer lawsuit

Australian Securities and Investments Commission chairman Greg Medcraft told a parliamentary committee hearing on Friday that he had in the last week written to the the big four banks plus Suncorp, Citi, HSBC and Bank of Queensland to ask them to audit their cross-selling activities.

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South Africa's scandal-plagued Zuma to face ANC integrity panel

This is despite the party saying the union federation had jumped the gun by making statements on the party's hotly contested leadership race set to come to a head during the ANC's 54 national elective conference in December 2017. The ANC's dominance of South Africa since apartheid's demise means it is widely expected to win the 2019 election, making its next leader nearly certain to become president.

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South Africa's Zuma to challenge influence-peddling report implicating him

Numsa, which is the biggest union in the country, labelled Ramaphosa as enemy number one of the working class mainly for his business interests and his role as the government representative at the National Economic Development and Labour Council (Nedlac).

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New Zealand backs fast-tracking of Paris climate deal

This ideological U-turn follows a series of similar shifts of Trump's rhetoric after being elected. Trump said that he believes there is "some connectivity", between human actions and climate change, in a wide-ranging interview with The New York Times on Tuesday.

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Court Enjoins Overtime Rule Change, ATA Applauds Action

The current rule grants overtime to people who gross less than $23,660 per year; the new rule increased the threshold to $47,476. U.S. District Judge Amos Mazzant granted a nationwide injunction Tuesday against the rule, which was set to go into effect December 1.