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Revealed: Qatar's World Cup 'slaves'

Diterbitkan pada Wednesday, 25 September 2013 Pukul 17.10

The investigation found evidence to suggest that thousands of Nepalese, who make up the single largest group of labourers in Qatar, face exploitation and abuses that amount to modern-day slavery, as defined by the . Read the official response to this story . Having lived and worked in Doha as an expat for 6 years, visiting migrant worker camps in quiet to try to help these poor people, it is with great relief that we see a news article like this hit the world press.

2016 Us News Law School Rankings

Diterbitkan pada Tuesday, 10 March 2015 Pukul 17.01

What do you think? Did U.S. News get it right this year? Are these new rankings fair? Send Tips · Advertise · Events · About As is customary, we'll be posting a series of open threads, running through at least the top 100 law schools — but we'll probably make it all the way through, right down to rank-not-published land. Here are the Top 14 law schools, as ranked by U.S. News & World Report. We've Duke, on the other hand, is a real rankings success story.

Us Torture Doctors Could Face Charges After Report Alleges...

Diterbitkan pada Friday, 10 July 2015 Pukul 19.48

Following repeated denials that its members were complicit in Bush administration-era torture, leading group of psychologists faces a reckoning. prevented by their own professional standards from involvement” in interrogations, making it “far more difficult for the Justice Department to craft opinions that provided the legal approvals needed for the CIA to go ahead with the interrogation tactics”. More news Blackadder new series on the cards, says Tony Robinson 

Mealey's™ Litigation Reports

Diterbitkan pada Thursday, 16 June 2005 Pukul 23.33

Gain valuable insights with noteworthy legal news—whenever, wherever you need it. Explore Mealey's™ offerings by browsing our Group Packages and view the complete list of reports below, most are available in eBook, print or RSS. Get all of the Mealey's reports Collapse All. Note: All links will open in a new window . A full complement of Mealey's Reports in your chosen practice area with the final versions of the daily stories, along with additional litigation coverage. Rely on 

Big Changes Ahead For Those Who Buy Their Own Insurance

Diterbitkan pada Friday, 28 June 2013 Pukul 9.47

Most of the debate about how the health law will change the individual market has centered on whether consumers will experience “rate shock” from higher premiums when key changes go into effect next year. one in five plans sold to consumers makes them responsible for at least half their medical costs after they've paid their premiums and met their deductibles, according to an analysis of government data by U.S. News & World Report and Kaiser Health News.

Human Rights Groups Face Global Crackdown 'not Seen In A...

Diterbitkan pada Wednesday, 26 August 2015 Pukul 8.44

Laws affecting funding, requiring registration and prohibiting protest are among controls that are making it difficult for NGOs and other campaign groups. China Under a new law, NGOs will be required to register with the police and obtain approval to carry out activities, and submit annual activity plans and budgets to a supervisory unit. • Russia This is affecting civil society in the west itself, and has consequences around the world, say campaigners. . More news 

Egypt Imposes Anti-terror Law That Punishes 'false' Reporting...

Diterbitkan pada Monday, 17 August 2015 Pukul 5.00

Abdel Fatah al-Sisi has approved bill that could see journalists fined and banned from working for 'false' reporting of militant attacks. More news. Topics. Egypt · Peter Greste · Africa · Middle East and North Africa · Share on 

Hospitals Boost Patient Safety, But More Work Is Needed...

Diterbitkan pada Wednesday, 7 May 2014 Pukul 19.54

Readmissions and patient injuries decrease as new government programs take effect. Some of the types of incidents, such as bloodstream infections in patients with catheters, began decreasing before the health law took effect. Dr. Kevin Those scorecards include ones hospitals use internally as well as hospital ratings published by groups such as The Leapfrog Group, Consumer Reports, U.S. News & World Report, Healthgrades and Truven Health Analytics.

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