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  • Yesterday the Supreme Court left in place a district judge’s ruling allowing entry into the United States by close relatives of people in the U.S., such as grandparents, but put a hold on the portion of the judge’s order that loosened the government’s restrictions on entry by refugees, pending disposition of the government’s appeal by […]
  • * Rights granted to EMTS to use Etisalat’s brand by EMTS Nigeria will terminate as of July 21, 2017 Source:
  • NAIROBI, July 20 (Reuters) – The following company announcements, scheduled economic indicators, debt and currency market moves and political events may affect African markets on Thursday. – – – – – EVENTS: * ZIMBABWE – Finance minister presents annual budget review statement in parliament. GLOBAL MARKETS Asian shares scaled a near-decade peak on Thursday, bolstered […]
  • The Supreme Court term that ended in late June may have lacked the high-profile cases found in many of the terms that preceded it, but the new term will have no shortage of blockbusters. Today the justices released the calendar for October’s oral arguments, which will include not only the dispute over President Donald Trump’s […]
  • DAKAR, July 20 (Reuters) – Cameroonian forces have been torturing suspects in their campaign against Islamist group Boko Haram, with much of the torture happening at a base that has also been used by American and French troops, Amnesty International said on Thursday. Source:
  • At least three of the nine justices are done hiring clerks for October Term 2018 (2018-2019). Source:
  • * The Supreme Court’s latest ruling in the travel ban litigation: good news for grandparents, bad news for certain refugees. [How Appealing] * And in the travel ban battle, the parties aren’t pulling their punches. [Democracy in America / The Economist] * Nor does Joshua Matz: “The Supreme Court is now a co-owner and co-author […]
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  • On the same day that it scheduled oral argument in the dispute over President Donald Trump’s March 6 executive order, the Supreme Court turned down a request by the federal government to clarify exactly what it meant when it said that individuals with a close family relationship could continue to apply for visas to enter […]
  • If the iPhone crossed over into enterprise, why not the MacBook? Source: