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UK court turns down US bid for anti-Iran ruling: Official
Iran's Ambassador to London, Hamid Baeidinejad said Tuesday that the UK Supreme Court had rejected a lawsuit filed by the United States against the Islamic Republic and ruled that US court verdicts could not be pursued in Britain, according to IRNA.
Ruling AKP asks Turkey election board to settle row over Istanbul vote results:
The outcome of the mayoral election in Turkey’s second-largest city of Istanbul remains in doubt as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s ruling party challenges the initial results, which gave the main opposition party a slight lead in one of the economic hub’s tightest election races in decades.
EU court throws out tax ruling against Barcelona, Real
Barcelona, Real Madrid and two other Spanish football clubs will not have to pay back taxes after a court on Tuesday annulled an EU state aid ruling in a second setback for regulators seeking to tackle tax avoidance.
Could student loans ruling mean the system is redesigned?
An announcement today could affect the future of the student loans system in the UK.
Iran: US sanction threat breaches ICJ ruling
Iran’s United Nations envoy said the United States’ threat of imposing more sanctions on the Islamic Republic violates both the Amity pact between the countries and a UN court ruling against Washington.
Iran urges int’l community to abide by ICJ ruling against US
Iran’s ambassador to the United Nations urged the international community to abide by an order issued by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) earlier this month against US sanctions on the Islamic Republic.
Alberta pulls out of carbon tax initiative after pipeline ruling
The Canadian province of Alberta announced Thursday it would pull out of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's flagship climate change initiative in protest against a court ruling against the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline.
Egyptian court seeks Grand Mufti's ruling on 75 possible death sentences
An Egyptian criminal court has referred the cases of 75 people, including senior outlawed Muslim Brotherhood figures, who have already received death sentences over allegedly committing security-related offences to the country’s top religious authority for final consultation.
UN chief urges Maldives government to respect court ruling
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Saturday called upon the Maldivian government to respect a landmark Supreme Court ruling ordering the release of nine political prisoners.
Zimbabwe ruling party fires 11 MPs allied to ex-president Mugabe
Zimbabwe's ruling ZANU-PF Party has fired from parliament 11 allies of former leader Robert Mugabe, as President Emmerson Mnangagwa reportedly continues a purge of officials that publicly supported his old boss and wife, Grace.
Turkey slams US court ruling on banker as ‘unjust, unfortunate’
Ankara has slammed a US court ruling that convicted a Turkish banker for allegedly helping Iran evade Washington’s sanctions as “unjust and unfortunate,” saying the trial amounted to unprecedented interference in Turkey’s internal affairs.
FBI not ruling out terrorism as motive in Florida airport shooting
Federal investigators have not ruled out terrorism as a possible motive in a shooting rampage that killed five people and wounded eight others at an airport in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
China rejects tribunal ruling on South China Sea
Beijing "does not accept and does not recognize" the ruling by a UN-backed tribunal on its dispute with the Philippines over the South China Sea, the Foreign Ministry said Tuesday.
Thousands could have fines refunded after UK landmark ruling
Thousands of parents are poised to have their fines refunded in the UK after the High Court ruled that children can be taken on term time holidays.
China complains to WTO about US failure to implement tariff ruling
China has filed a complaint to the World Trade Organization (WTO), saying the US is failing to implement a WTO ruling against punitive tariffs by Washington on a variety of Chinese commodities, in yet another sign of escalating trade tensions between the two countries.

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