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British ski instructor wins years-long fight to teach in France

British ski instructor wins years-long fight to teach in France

A French court has ruled that a British ski instructor has the right to give lessons in France, ending a long-running legal fight that went to the heart of Europe's labour laws.Simon Butler, 57, was fined a total of 42,000 euros ($45,500) in 2013 and 2014 for

US, states gearing for antitrust case against Google: report

US, states gearing for antitrust case against Google: report

US federal and state antitrust enforcers are preparing a lawsuit against Google which could come this year, focusing on the tech giant's dominance of online advertising, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday.The report, citing anonymous sources, said the ca

Fight the power: Japan teen plans lawsuit over gaming advice

Fight the power: Japan teen plans lawsuit over gaming advice

A Japanese teen is standing up for his right to play hours of video games, crowdfunding for a lawsuit to challenge local government guidelines on limiting video gaming by children.The 17-year-old, who asked to be identified only by his first name Wataru, has e

US border wall threatens wildlife, lawsuit says

US border wall threatens wildlife, lawsuit says

Three environmental groups are suing President Donald Trump's administration to stop further construction on the southern US border wall, arguing that it threatens endangered wildlife such as jaguars and wolves.The lawsuit was filed Tuesday in US federal cour

World Rugby outlaws tries against post protector

World Rugby outlaws tries against post protector

Tries in rugby union can no longer be scored by grounding the ball against the post protector, World Rugby announced on Tuesday.The law change, which comes in with immediate effect, was approved by the global governing body's council on Tuesday.World Rugby, e