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Andersen Global Caps Another Year of Strong Growth with the Addition of 11 New Member Firms Worldwide

Algeria Times 01 Feb 2023
A&A Tax (Australia) Law Firm SAJIĆ (Bosnia and Herzegovina) CN Law (Burundi) Nimba Conseil (Guinea) Saint Lawrence Tax Consultancy (Jordan) Unicase (Kazakhstan) Halim Hong & Quek (Malaysia) Tax & Legal Advisers LLC (Tajikistan) ECC Denetim (Turkey) MCG Legal (Turkey) ...
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Not appealing ICJ's Batu Puteh decision was Dr M's failure as PM, says Anwar

The Star 30 Jan 2023
SINGAPORE. It is regretful that Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad did not appeal the International Court of Justice's (ICJ) ruling in awarding legal jurisdiction of Batu Puteh to Singapore, says Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. Read full story ... .
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Is lab-grown steak kosher? Religious leaders weigh meaty questions

Union Leader 28 Jan 2023
As of now, Singapore is the only country in which these products are legally sold to consumers. But the U.S ... In 2021, Indonesia's largest Muslim organization, Nahdlatul Ulama, took a stand against lab-grown meat, writing in a statement that such meat falls "into the category of carcass which is legally unclean and forbidden to be consumed." .. ....
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Withdrawal of review on Batu Puteh in 2018 ‘improper’, says AG

Malaysia Today 27 Jan 2023
On Dec 14, Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim said Malaysia will seek “meaningful negotiations” with Singapore on the Batu Puteh issue ... Puteh to Singapore ... In 2018, Mahathir withdrew the application to overturn the ICJ’s ruling which awarded legal jurisdiction of Batu Puteh to Singapore.
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Number of young people from Rakhine IDP camps leave to work in neighboring countries increased due to livelihood hardships

Narinjara 26 Jan 2023
Narinjara News, January 26, 2023 ... A woman who displaced the war in Kyauktaw Township said, "Some people in IDP camps do casual work for daily wages, but jobs are scarce ... "They all go abroad. There is no work here ... Migrant workers from Rakhine travel to work in Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and China, both legally and illegally ... .
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King Charles III's $19 billion real estate firm is taking legal action against Elon Musk's ...

Business Insider 24 Jan 2023
HENRY NICHOLLS/POOL/AFP via Getty Images; Taylor Hill/Getty Images Twitter faces legal action from the Crown Estate, which manages properties owned by King Charles III. Insider understands that the estate has begun legal proceedings against Twitter over its London offices.
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Aiding Myanmar’s Military Regime

Dissident Voice 18 Jan 2023
The authors are keen to point out the role played by Singapore, which “functions as a strategic transit point for potentially significant volumes of items – including certain raw materials – that feed Myanmar military’s weapon production.” Companies legally domiciled in Singapore ...
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A Picture of Global Complicity: Aiding Myanmar’s Military Regime

GlobalResearch 18 Jan 2023
The authors are keen to point out the role played by Singapore, which “functions as a strategic transit point for potentially significant volumes of items – including certain raw materials – that feed Myanmar military’s weapon production.” Companies legally domiciled in Singapore ...
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Hate speech rises on Twitter in its largest markets after Musk takeover

The Philadelphia Tribune 18 Jan 2023
Entire teams monitoring Asian countries, including Japan, are now gone or nearly so, including those responsible for local curation, trust and safety, and legal issues. Twitter employees in Singapore and elsewhere in Asia worked on misinformation beyond the immediate region, ...
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Singapore: Execution Spree Raises Rights Concerns

Human Rights Watch 12 Jan 2023
(Jakarta) – Singapore’s government resumed executions and pressured activists and lawyers handling death row cases in 2022, Human Rights Watch said today in its World Report 2023 ... On August 3, Singapore’s high court struck down a lawsuit filed by 24 death row inmates alleging that the authorities obstructed their access to legal counsel.
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10 financial services predictions for 2023

Gulf Daily News 10 Jan 2023
As global conflicts continue to fuel substantially increased sanctions against bad actors, FIUs will rethink how they operate – from their legal authority to the IT systems that support their missions. My eyes are on Singapore, Germany and Canada as likely forerunners to ...

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