Iran’s top legal cleric says morality police are closed

Protesters are calling for an economic boycott Monday through Wednesday Raisi visits Tehran University on Wednesday for Student Day The Ministry of the Interior is silent on the status of the vice squad DUBAI, Dec. 4 (Reuters) – Protesters in Iran on Sunday called for a three-day strike this week, ramping up pressure on authorities … Read more

MCK refuses to give up its inherent jurisdiction over games of chance | Reserve news

The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke (MCK) is taking legal action against the Ontario government and iGaming Ontario, claiming that the province’s iGaming scheme is not only illegal, but unconstitutional. “From time immemorial,” reads the notice of application filed Nov. 28 in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, MCK has had a “longstanding interest in gambling … Read more

State Gaming Commission to Discuss Live Racing at Plainville’s Plainrdige | Local news

PLAINVILLE – The state’s gaming regulators will discuss live racing at Plainridge Park Casino at their meeting Tuesday. Also on the agenda for the Massachusetts Gaming Commission’s 10 a.m. virtual meeting will be an update on legalized sports betting. Plainridge is one of the applicants for one of the state’s gambling licenses. The Racing Division … Read more

Ukrainian prosecutor’s office says four suspected Russian torture sites found in Kherson

Ukrainian police and prosecutors have identified four places in Kherson where they suspect Russian troops tortured people before the troops left the city. Most important points: Police, prosecutors and experts based their findings on documents signed by the Russian forces that occupied Kherson shortly after the invasion of Ukraine. Russia has rejected allegations of abuse … Read more

New budget from the Italian government to increase spending to fight the energy crisis

First comprehensive budget of Meloni’s new government Most of the money is earmarked to help tackle high energy bills Energy tax windfall, benefit restrictions expected ROME, Nov 20 (Reuters) – Italy’s new right-wing government plans to announce some €30 billion in new spending on Monday in a budget for next year, aimed primarily at mitigating … Read more

Georgia judge overturns state’s six-week abortion ban

Nov 15 (Reuters) – A Georgia law banning abortion after six weeks of pregnancy cannot be enforced, a state judge ruled on Tuesday, handing a victory to Planned Parenthood and other abortion rights groups who challenged the restriction when it went into effect this summer. Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney said the law … Read more

New Gibraltar Gambling Act: Major Changes and Implications for the Gambling Industry

In May 2022, HM Government of Gibraltar issued a Command Paper on the draft bill for the new Gambling Act. Since then, the Gaming Division has published a consultation document outlining the proposed license fees and duties that will accompany the new Gaming Act. The consultation period for the consultation document ends on Wednesday 30 … Read more

Lula’s Markets Honeymoon Ends Amid Spending Plan Fears

BRASILIA, Nov. 10 (Reuters) – Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva’s short-lived honeymoon with the markets appeared to have ended Thursday, as investors grew impatient with his desire to increase social spending without tightening long-term tax rules state or name its key economic policymakers. The Brazilian currency and benchmark Bovespa stock index (.BVSP) both … Read more

Warren Beatty charged with allegedly sexually assaulting teenage girl

Warren BeattyPhoto: Mike Windle (Getty Images for GQ) A woman has filed a civil suit against actor Warren Beatty for an alleged forced sexual relationship in 1973 when the plaintiff was 14 or 15 years old and Beatty 35, per Variety. While the lawsuit doesn’t specifically name Beatty, the suit accuses the Oscar-nominated star of: … Read more

Australian investigation into money laundering via electronic slot machines in hotels and clubs

The New South Wales Crime Commission (NSWCC) has released its final report on money laundering via electronic gambling machines (EGMs) in pubs and clubs after an extensive investigation. Commenting on the report, Nicole Rose, CEO of AUSTRAC, said: “It is important that pubs and clubs take their money laundering obligations seriously. The years of investigation … Read more