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Australia taking six years to list threatened habitats under environment laws
Australia is taking at least six years to list habitats as threatened under national environment laws, an inquiry examining the country’s extinction crisis heard.
New Zealand police expect tens of thousands of firearms in guns buy-back scheme
New Zealand police expect tens of thousands of firearms to be surrendered in a guns buy-back scheme after parliament passed tough new firearm laws in the wake of the country’s worst peacetime mass shooting.
Iran speaker: Recognizing Golan occupation breach of int’l laws
Iran Parliament speaker Ali Larijani condemned US President Donald Trump’s act to recognize adding Golan Heights to Israel’s occupied territories and described it as violation of international regulations.
Most Americans frustrated by lax US gun laws: Poll
Most Americans are frustrated by the country lax gun laws and have little confidence their lawmakers will take action, according to a new poll released ahead of the one-year anniversary of the country’s deadliest high school shooting.
Australia data encryption laws explained
Australia passed controversial laws designed to compel technology companies to grant police and security agencies access to encrypted messages.
British MPs: Relaxing e-cigarette laws would cut smoking deaths
The UK government is missing an important opportunity to cut deaths from smoking, said a committee of British MPs who are calling for a cut in the tax on e-cigarettes.
African Americans treated unfairly by US laws: Scholar
The United States has long been “unfair” in treating African Americans, says Washington-based scholar Dr. Randy Short, citing sentencing disparities between blacks and whites for similar crimes.
Laws to protect athletes’ brains do reduce concussions
To guard against the dangers of concussions, by 2014, all 50 states and the District of Columbia had enacted laws to protect young athletes. More than 2½ years after these laws went on the books, repeat concussions began to decline among high school athletes, researchers reported in the American Journal of Public Health.
Pakistan moves to end impunity for rapists
Amid a wave of reforms to tighten the country’s laws on honor killings and sexual assault, the Sindh Assembly passed a law making DNA testing in rape cases mandatory in the Punjab Province.
Clash over EU fishing laws
UK Prime Minister David Cameron and MP for Uxbridge Boris Johnson have clashed over the impact of the European Union on the UK's fishing industry.
Researcher: US mass shootings are staged to tighten gun laws
The powers that be stage false flag shootings in the United States in order to push for gun control laws, an American researcher in Chaska, Minnesota said.
GM crops growing in Iran amid lax laws
Iran imports $5 billion of genetically modified crops a year despite government restrictions on the production of biotech products, local media said on Monday.
Navy: Iran presence in Gulf of Aden within international laws
Addressing the powerful presence of Iranian naval group in the Gulf of Aden, the Islamic Republic’s Navy said its naval presence in the area stands within international laws.
Canada introduces new anti-terrorism laws
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has introduced new anti-terror laws, which significantly expands the powers of the country’s spy agencies.
China fines Japanese car parts firms
China has levied a record fine totaling 1.24 billion yuan ($202 million; £121 million) on 12 Japanese car parts companies for price-fixing.

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