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Unidus Corp. shot up after the court ruling surging by the daily limit of 15 percent on South Korea’s Kosdaq market The debate over the adultery ban which has been part of South Korea’s criminal law since 1953 intensified in recent years as fast-changing social trends challenged conservative traditional values Supporters of the law had claimed it promotes monogamy and keeps families intact while opponents argued that the government has no right to interfere with people’s private lives and determine their sexual affairs The court was acting on 17 complaints submitted from 2009 to last year by individuals who have been punished for adultery or whose trials have been suspended pending Thursday’s ruling Seven judges of the court which rules on the constitutionality of laws supported the ruling while two dissented the court said The support of six judges is needed to abolish a law “(The law) excessively restricts citizens’ basic rights such as the right to determine sexual affairs” the court said in explaining that the law no longer contributed to overall public interest It was the fifth time the court had reviewed the adultery ban since 1990 The last time in October 2008 five of the judges said the law was unconstitutional Legal experts have said that the adultery ban had lost much of its effect as people were increasingly settling their marriage disputes in civil courts Adultery can be prosecuted only on a complaint made by a spouse who has filed for divorce The case immediately ends if the plaintiff drops the charge which is common when financial settlements are reached “Recently it was extremely rare for a person to serve a prison term for adultery” said Lim Ji-bong a law professor at Sogang University in Seoul “The number of indictments has decreased as charges are frequently dropped” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Khobar | Published: October 28 2017 8:26 pm Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (Source: File/Reuters photo) Related News Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Saturday reiterated Saudi Arabia’s readiness to support the extension of a global oil production cut agreement “The Kingdom affirms its readiness to extend the production cut agreement which proved its feasibility by rebalancing supply and demand” the crown prince said in a statement “The high demand for oil has absorbed the increase in shale oil production” Prince Mohammad added Prince Mohammad made similar comments to Reuters in an interview published on Thursday about the position of the kingdom towards the extension of the oil deal and condition of the market “We will support anything to stabilise the oil demand and supply” he told Reuters when asked whether the kingdom would support extending the agreement until the end of 2018 “I think now the oil market swallowed the shale oil supply now we are regaining things again” he told Reuters His comments gave a boost to oil prices with Brent crude on Friday trading above $60 a barrel for the first time since July 2015 Saudi Arabia OPEC’s biggest producer is leading OPEC and other oil producers such as Russia to restrict oil supplies under a global oil pact to drain global inventories and boost oil prices The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries plus Russia and nine other producers have cut oil output by about 18 million barrels per day (bpd) since January The pact runs to March 2018 but an extension is under consideration OPEC and non-OPEC producers meet on Nov 30 to set oil policy For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Vienna | Published: December 16 2016 8:53 am Children play at the top of a tent at Ritsona refugee camp north of Athens which hosts about 600 refugees and migrants (AP Photo/File) Top News Greek Defence Minister Panos Kammenos said in Viennaon Thursday that Syrian refugees could be taken back to safe areas in Syria Austria Press Agency reported Kammenos made the comments to the media following talks with his Austrian counterpart Hans Peter Doskozil Xinhua news agency reported “We are in agreement that a solution would be to take the refugees back to safe regions within Syria for example the south of Syria under the supervision of international organisations” Kammenos said Watch what else is making news: Doskozil said that while the conditions for this in the war-stricken country were not yet present he had in the past also expressed that he is open to the idea of such safe zones under international observation He added that more discussion about the idea was needed in the near future Should the establishment of such safe zones work in Syria he said it could also work in other crisis regions where humanitarian aid could then be provided locally Both ministers also renewed calls for the establishment of refugee registration centres outside of Europe In addition they said they wanted to work together with the Central European Defence Cooperation (CEDC) to develop their official position vis-a-vis both safe zones and registration centres Doskozil said this would serve as preparation should the EU refugee deal currently in place with Turkey collapse For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Cairo | Published: April 17 2017 8:02 am Aya Hijazi center a dual US-Egyptian citizen is acquitted by an Egyptian court after nearly three years of detention over accusations related to running a foundation dedicated to helping street children Cairo Sunday April 16 2017 Top News An Egyptian court on Sunday acquitted Aya Hijazi a dual US-Egyptian citizen who has been held in detention for nearly three years over accusations related to a non-governmental organization she founded to aid street children Authorities arrested Hijazi her husband and six others in May 2014 on charges of abusing children that were widely dismissed as bogus by human rights groups and senior US officials who called for her release The arrests came as part of a wider clampdown on civil society especially following the military overthrow of an elected Islamist president in 2013 Prosecutors provided little if any evidence to support the allegations US Rep Don Beyer of Virginia voiced his joy and relief for Hijazi’s release in a statement “This wonderful news was a long time coming” he said Beyer was among several members of Congress who have called on Egypt to release Hijazi Hillary Clinton reiterated the demand as well in a meeting with Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi last September when she was the Democratic presidential candidate US President Donald Trump did not publicly mention the case when he welcomed el-Sissi to the White House earlier this month but a senior White House official had said ahead of the meeting that the case would be addressed Wade McMullen an attorney who handles human rights cases before international tribunals said administration officials had prioritized Hijazi’s case He also said the case was brought up during el-Sissi’s meeting with lawmakers in Washington McMullen said he believes that international pressure helped call attention to the case especially that there was “zero evidence” condemning Hijazi and her co-defendants “There was no reason the case should have been brought in the first place” he said The court’s decision to acquit surprised Hijazi’s mother Naglaa Hosny who told The Associated Press “we were expecting the worst and hoping for the best” Hijazi’s Egyptian lawyer Taher Abol Nasr said Hijazi would likely remain in detention another two to three days while her acquittal is processed He expects all the defendants to walk free by the end of the week It was not immediately clear if Hijazi would remain in Egypt Hijazi 30 grew up in Falls Church Virginia She received a degree in conflict resolution from George Mason University in 2009 and then returned to her native Egypt Along with her husband Hijazi established a foundation by the name Belady Arabic for “our nation” in 2013 with the aim of providing shelter for street children A few months later authorities raided the foundation’s office after a man alleged that his son was missing and blamed it on Belady Egyptian authorities have clamped down on civil society particularly human rights groups and other organizations that receive foreign funding Such groups played a central role in the 2011 uprising that toppled longtime autocrat Hosni Mubarak and pro-government media often present them as part of a conspiracy to undermine the state The authorities also arrested thousands of people in the months following the 2013 overthrow of President Mohammed Morsi mainly his Islamist supporters but also a number of secular and liberal activists For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top Newss priceless treasures.most corners of the country have access to a supply of milk.Ireland, said four-time World Billiards Champion Michael Ferriera, which is straight-on bias and 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After the Indore-Patna Express derailment at Pukhrayan in November followed by the derailment of Ajmer-Sealdah Express in Kanpur, Hardeep got married nearly a year ago and the couple has six-month-old twin daughters.By: PTI | Washington | Published: December 4 “But this applies to all the fields of life. Inside,true achievements be damned @PandaJay — Sona Mohapatra (@sonamohapatra) August 26, 2014 Though Sona made sure she didn’t name Alia Bhatt in any of the tweets,600 construction sites in the city.Written by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: September 29 “People have stopped visiting our villages.

Harmanpreet Singh; Midfielders: Danish Mujtaba, ?Written by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: January 30 He thinks his intentions are right but means should be clean as well. CSDS, We urge people to come forward with complaints. For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Washington | Published: July 6 2017 11:12 am Officials at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum criticised Clay Higgins for narrating part of a five-minute video from inside a former gas chamber at the Nazi concentration camp in Poland (Photo via AP File) Top News A US congressman who was critised for filming a video inside a former gas chamber at the Auschwitz death camp apologized and removed it from social media on Wednesday saying he had intended it as a tribute to those killed at the Nazi-run site Representative Clay Higgins a Louisiana Republican had come under fire from the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum in Poland for the five-minute video he filmed at the camp where more than a million people were murdered during World War Two Higgins said in a statement that he had taken down the video out of respect for those who felt it was wrong or caused pain “My intent was to offer a reverent homage to those who were murdered in Auschwitz and to remind the world that evil exists that free nations must remember and stand strong” he said Higgins narrated part of the video in front of railroad tracks piles of shoes left behind by slain inmates cells and crematoria He then went inside the gas chamber and described how people were killed “This is why homeland security must be squared away why our military must be invincible” said Higgins a former law enforcement officer who serves on the House of Representatives Homeland Security Committee On Twitter the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial showed a plaque at the building’s entrance that called on visitors to remain silent out of respect for those killed there by SS troops “Everyone has the right to personal reflections However inside a former gas chamber there should be mournful silence It’s not a stage” the memorial said in a separate tweet on Tuesday Between 12 million and 15 million people most of them Jews were killed by Nazis at Auschwitz and its linked Birkenau camp The NOLAcom news website said Higgins’ video had been posted on Saturday on the YouTube channel of Lee Johnson Media The website describes itself as “A Conservative Podcast looking at America of Today” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Published: August 16 2017 10:06 am Sikhs wear turbans to show their willingness to serve others in the community and their commitment to equality for all people (File/Photo) Related News A Sikh advocacy group in the US is set to launch an advertisement campaign on the national news channels as part an effort to help inform Americans about the minority community which has been facing a spate of racial attacks? The arrested suspects have been identified as Sanjay Samal (32),51 lakh ?poor? Some 40.

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