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Hong Kong pro-democracy tycoon Jimmy Lai denied bail under security law


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Michael Flynn’s brother reveals he was involved in Capitol riot response after Army denied it, report says


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WikiLeaks founder Assange denied bail in UK


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Ghislaine Maxwell’s bail denied as judge concludes British socialite remains a ‘flight risk’


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Ghislaine Maxwell denied $28.5m bail in sex crime case


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Even with a green card, an immigrant could be denied U.S. citizenship for these reasons


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Pawnshop owner linked to Jersey City shooter denied bail on gun charges

Pawnshop owner linked to Jersey City shooter denied bail on gun chargesThe New Jersey man faces charges of illegally owning firearms. A note with his number was allegedly found on one of the Jersey City shooters.



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A California Starbucks reportedly denied police officers service, in the latest of several alleged anti-cop acts at the coffee chain this year

A California Starbucks reportedly denied police officers service, in the latest of several alleged anti-cop acts at the coffee chain this yearIn July, police officers were asked to leave an Arizona Starbucks. In November, a Starbucks employee was fired after writing "PIG" on a cop's order.



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Some of the many people Trump has denied knowing

Some of the many people Trump has denied knowingDonald Trump said Tuesday that he "didn't know Prince Andrew." It's not the first person he has had trouble remembering.



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Detained Huawei executive spends Canada bail reading and painting as two Canadians denied lawyer in China

Detained Huawei executive spends Canada bail reading and painting as two Canadians denied lawyer in ChinaMeng Wangzhou, the chief financial officer of Chinese phone company Huawei currently on bail in Canada as the US seeks to extradite her, has revealed that she spends her days reading, talking to colleagues and painting. US prosecutors say Ms Meng is linked to fraud that allowed Huawei to evade sanctions against Iran, and are attempting to have her moved to the US to face trial. She was arrested in Vancouver on 1 December 2018, one year before she published a ‘thank you’ message to supporters on Huawei’s website on Sunday. Ms Meng wrote that life on bail passed “so slow that I have enough time to read a book from cover to cover. "I can take the time to discuss minutiae with my colleagues or to carefully complete an oil painting.” The Huawei executive, whose detainment sparked a diplomatic row between Canada and China, is able to travel around Vancouver relatively freely outside her 11pm-6am curfew. She has been living in a £3.5 million, six-bedroom house, one of multiple properties she owns in the city. “While my personal freedoms have been limited, my soul still seeks to be free,” she wrote. “Amidst these setbacks, I've found light in the life around me… if a busy life has eaten away at my time, then hardship has in turn drawn it back out.” Business consultant Michael Spavor is one of two Canadians arrested by China after Ms Meng was detained Credit: WANG ZHAO/AFP/Getty Images Ms Meng’s lifestyle is in sharp contrast to that of two Canadians who were detained in China shortly after her arrest, in a move many saw as hostage diplomacy-style retaliation by Beijing. Michael Spavor, a consultant specialising in North Korea relations, and Michael Kovrig, an NGO worker and former diplomat, have been in a Chinese detention centre for a year. Last May they were charged with spying. The two men, who Justin Trudeau, the Canadian Prime Minister, said were being held in “arbitrary detention” for “political goals”, have reportedly been interrogated and held in rooms lit by artificial lighting 24 hours a day. They have reportedly been prevented from meeting with lawyers and family, and not allowed to go outdoors. In July Mr Kovrig’s reading glasses were allegedly confiscated by officials keeping watch over him. Ms Meng suggested that she enjoyed a more positive relationship with her guards. “After a whole night of heavy snow, the security company's staff were so considerate that they shoveled a path for my elderly mother, filling our hearts with warmth in this cold winter,” she wrote.



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