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  1. Uber's logo is pictured at its office in Bogota

    Uber to take exit ramp in Colombia after 'arbitrary' court ruling

    Uber Technologies Inc will stop operating in Colombia from the end of this month, following a court order late last year, the ride-hailing ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: The supermarket Lider of the retailer Walmart is seen in Santiago

    With stores burned and looted, Walmart seeks police protection in riot-hit Chile

    Walmart has sought court orders for police protection in protest-wracked Chile after more than 120 of its supermarkets were looted or burned.
  3. FILE PHOTO: Bottles of prescription painkiller OxyContin, 40mg pills, made by Purdue Pharma L.D. si

    OxyContin maker Purdue gets brief shield from litigation

    A U.S. Bankruptcy Judge signaled support on Friday for a six-month pause to litigation led by 24 states against OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma LP ...
  4. Malawi elections commission

    Anxiety, tension as court orders halt in Malawi vote results

    A Malawi court on Saturday (May 25) ordered the electoral board not to announce the May 21 presidential election results, following opposition ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: A statue stands in front of a home destroyed by the Camp Fire in Paradise

    PG&E proposes court order for CEO, board to tour town destroyed by wildfire

    PG&E Corp on Monday submitted a proposed order to a U.S. District Court judge that would require the power provider's chief executive and board to ...
  6. Canada's Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien speaks during a news conference in Ottawa

    Canada watchdog to seek court order to force Facebook to follow privacy laws

    Facebook Inc broke Canadian privacy laws when it collected the information of some 600,000 citizens, a top watchdog said on Thursday, pledging to ...
  7. Pedestrians pictured in a downtown financial district of Singapore on January 29, 2013

    Faster resolution of salary-related claims with new State Courts tribunal

    The new Employment Claims Tribunals to be launched on Apr 1 will see statutory salary-related claims from employees heard at the State Courts ...
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    Federal judge in Hawaii extends court order blocking Trump travel ban

    A federal judge in Hawaii indefinitely extended on Wednesday (Mar 30) an order blocking enforcement of President Donald Trump's revised ban on ...
  9. manufacturing workers

    9,000 salary-related claims received in 2016, more than 95% resolved

    More than 95 per cent of salary claims were resolved after mediation by the Ministry of Manpower and adjudication by the Labour Court, says ...