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Judge strikes down Biden’s deportation limits

Texas Federal Judge Drew Tipton on Friday struck down the immigration enforcement restrictions adopted by the administration of US President Joe Biden, arguing the attempt to limit the actions of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency constituted a violation of federal immigration law. The administration’s restrictions went beyond mere …

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France limits water usage

A severe drought has prompted 24 out 96 departments of France to impose limits on water usage, the country’s Ministry of Ecological Transition said on Saturday. The restrictions range from simple calls to save water in some areas to a more than 50% reduction in agricultural withdrawals and bans on …

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Germany explains limits to Ukraine weapons supply

Germany has to do “everything” to support Ukraine but that does not mean sending just any weapons it has in its stockpiles to Kiev, Eva Hoegl, the Bundestag’s commissioner for the Armed Forces, told Handelsblatt daily on Wednesday. Berlin has already been doing “more than suggested in the public debate” …

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South Korea limits Covid-19 care

South Korea will limit Covid-19 care to those who are over the age of 60 or have underlying health conditions from Thursday, with the rest of cases forced to undergo ‘self-treatment’ at home as cases of the Omicron variant rise. ‘Low-risk’ cases – or those with Covid-19 who are under …

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White House press corps limits amount of journalists on briefings

Washington journalists have decided that they’d rather give up face-to-face opportunities to press for answers from the White House than set aside their fears of catching Covid-19. The White House Correspondents Association (WHCA) voted in an emergency board meeting on Sunday night to cut attendance at daily press briefings to …

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Israel ‘limits’ spy tech sales

Notably absent from the new list are Israel’s new allies under last year’s Abraham Accords: the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco. The Jerusalem Post said on Thursday that by slashing the list of approved nations to 37 from 102, the Defense Ministry also excluded “behind-the-scenes ally” Saudi Arabia. …

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