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A cat has been taken into custody after a woman called police because her cats were fighting. The 52-year-old woman in Omaha, Nebraska said she tried to break up the fight and verbally told the aggressor she would "put it in its room".

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Amnesty International has called on Kazakhstan's authorities to release journalists and activists who have been arbitrarily detained for their coverage of mass protests across the country over the past week, as the number of individuals arrested reaches close to 10,000. The human rights organisation

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Corporate law firm Philip Lee has announced the promotion of Inez Cullen to partner in its corporate team. With wide ranging transactional experience across various sectors, Ms Cullen represents clients on domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, fundraisings, AIM admissio

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The Supreme Court has allowed a leapfrog appeal from the High Court in a constitutional challenge to the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) made between the EU and Canada. The challenge has been brought by Mr Patrick Costello, a Green Party TD, who claims that CETA would adversely affect

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Proposed legislation which will provide a right of access to birth certificates, birth and early life information for people who have questions about their origins has been published. The Birth Information and Tracing Bill 2022 will give new rights to people who were adopted, boarded out, the subjec

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The UK Supreme Court, in partnership with Royal Holloway, University of London, has launched an online course. Entitled Inside the UK Supreme Court: Its Role, Its Work and Cases that Affect Us All, the two-week course, delivered by FutureLearn, a social learning platform, is designed to increase kno

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US authorities have released a dubious guide to help parents decode covert drug references in emoji form. The "emoji drug code" released by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has been compared to early 2000s guides which explained texting abbreviations like "LOL".

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