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Japan issues rules for companies hiring foreigners via new system
The Japanese government released on Friday a set of ordinances on how to enlist foreign workers under a new visa system to start from April, including requiring employers to pay wages equivalent to or higher than those of Japanese nationals.
China drafts rules on biotech after gene-editing scandal
China unveiled draft regulations on gene-editing and other potentially risky new biomedical technologies after a Chinese scientist’s claim of helping to create gene-edited babies roiled the global science community.
UK's May rules out parliament should accept her Brexit deal or face delay
British Prime Minister Theresa May has played down rumors that her government would give into a long delay for UK’s withdrawal from the European Union if a draft Brexit deal is not accepted in the parliament.
Britain could triple state aid for industry under EU rules
Britain could triple state aid spending to industry without breaching EU rules, according to a study that compares government subsidies to promote economic growth across Europe.
Top UK firms to reveal executive-worker pay gap under new rules
Britain’s biggest listed companies will be forced to justify the pay gap between chief executives and their workforce as part of rules that come into force on New Year’s Day.
Japan eases immigration rules for workers
Japan's parliament approved a controversial new law allowing hundreds of thousands of foreigners into the country to ease labor shortages.
Wife pens very strict list of rules for her husband
An Australian woman has sparked controversy online after posting a list of strict rules her husband must follow.
Israeli court rules to free al-Quds governor, places him under house arrest
An Israeli court has ruled to conditionally release Palestinian Authority (PA) Jerusalem al-Quds Governor Adnan Ghaith, two days after he was detained on his way out of a family member’s wedding in the occupied East Jerusalem al-Quds.
Guatemala court rules for return of chief of anti-graft body
Guatemala’s constitutional court on Sunday made a provisional ruling by a unanimous vote to allow the chief of a United Nations-backed anti-graft body to return to the country, a judge told a news conference at the court.
China issues rules to get tough on academic integrity
China has issued new guidelines to enforce academic integrity in science that include plans to “record and assess” the conduct of scientists and institutions and punish anyone guilty of misconduct, state news agency Xinhua report
Trump administration changing rules to increase gun exports
The administration of President Donald Trump is preparing to publish new rules that would increase the export of American firearms abroad, prompting protests from gun-control activists and human rights groups.
Spain’s Rajoy rules out calling national election
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Friday ruled out calling a national election after Catalan separatists won a regional vote, thwarting his bid to resolve the country's biggest political crisis in decades.
Iraq court rules no region can secede after Kurdish secession bid
Iraq’s Supreme Federal Court ruled on Monday that no region or province can secede, strengthening the government’s hand as it seeks to prevent a repeat of September’s Kurdish secession vote.
Secret rules of footballers’ diets
Professional footballers — like all elite athletes — need to pay as much attention to their diet as their training.

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