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The Latest: EU warns of more action over refusal of refugees

The Latest: EU warns of more action over refusal of refugees

The Latest on the flow of migrants into Europe (all times local): 8:50 p.m. Police have blocked some 200 migrants and asylum-seekers from leaving a city in northern Greece for the Macedonian border in hopes of traveling on to other European Union countries. Dozens of officers in riot gear used shields to push back the migrants near the center Thessaloniki and blocked the road with police buses late Wednesday. The migrants — including families with young children — refused to leave and sat d…
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Wanted polygamist free after 15 years on the lam in Mexico

A polygamist who fled to Mexico about 15 years ago with his wives and kids while facing child molestation charges in Arizona is now free after the charges were dropped months ago. Orson William Black Jr. was arrested by Mexican authorities in the northern state of Chihuahua and handed over to U.S. officials in El Paso, Texas, last week. He was briefly held on an Arizona fugitive warrant before being released because no agency would extradite him, El Paso County sheriff’s spokeswoman Chris Acost…
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Las Vegas shooting lawsuits stack up with 14 more filed

Legal action stemming from the mass shooting at a Las Vegas concert is picking up with lawsuits filed on behalf of 14 concertgoers. The 14 civil …
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Miami Meeting of Legislators from Gaming States Approved for 10.0 Continuing Legal Education …

MIAMI, FL — (Marketwired) — 11/15/17 — The January 5-7, 2018, Winter Meeting of the National Council of Legislators from Gaming States (NCLGS) has been approved for 10.0 Continuing Legal Education credits by the Nevada Board, underscoring its importance as a serious forum for discussing the legislative, legal and regulatory issues regarding all aspects of legalized gambling. “The NCLGS Winter Meeting provides an outstanding opportunity for attorneys to learn from legislators and contribute t…
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Swedes say little help from Congo in murder investigation

A Swedish prosecutor says authorities are getting little help from Congo in their investigations into the slayings of two U.N. experts — of which them a Swede — by militiamen from Congo’s violence-torn Kasai region. Prosecutor Sara Nilsson says their material “does not rule out that people close to the regime in Congo are involved in the murder.” Sweden launched its murder investigation two days after the bodies of dual Swedish-Chilean national Zaida Catalan and American Michael Sharp were …
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