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Hungarian Parliament passes bill to criminalise helping undocumented migrants
Hungarian Parliament passes bill to criminalise helping undocumented migrants

On Wednesday, the Hungarian parliament passed the "Stop Soros" bill, making it illegal to help undocumented immigrants.

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International Criminal Court gives Myanmar till July 27 to respond on Rohingya case
International Criminal Court gives Myanmar till July 27 to respond on Rohingya case

On Thursday, the International Criminal Court (ICC) gave Myanmar a deadline to respond to a request to extend their jurisdiction over the alleged crimes against the ethnic Rohingya

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Spanish football: Juanfran signs one-year contract extension with Atlético Madrid
Spanish football: Juanfran signs one-year contract extension with Atlético Madrid

On Friday, via their official website, Spanish football club Atlético Madrid announced their defender Juanfran signed a one-year contract extension with the club.

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Indonesian cleric Aman Abdurrahman sentenced to death for 'inciting others to commit terrorism'
Indonesian cleric Aman Abdurrahman sentenced to death for 'inciting others to commit terrorism'

On Friday, South Jakarta's district court sentenced Indonesian cleric and de facto leader of militant group Jamaah Ansharut Daulah (JAD) Aman Adburrehman to death for "inciting others to commit terrorism" across the country.

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Algeria blocks internet across nation to prevent cheating in diploma exams
Algeria blocks internet across nation to prevent cheating in diploma exams

In order to prevent cheating in high school diploma exams, the Algerian government ordered a series of two-hour nation-wide internet blockades, starting on Wednesday, reports from tech giant Oracle and Agence France-Presse confirmed.

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