Malmo Administrative Court of Appeals revoked the ban on headscarves in the school that the municipal council in Skurup previously put in place, prompting criticism among Muslims and teachers.
The White House said the measure would help free up jobs for Americans in an economy reeling from the Covid-19 crisis. But it has drawn strong criticism from major business groups, trade bodies, politicians, scientists and others.
The South Asian nation was among the first countries to ban the use of plastic and polythene bags in an effort to stop them collecting in waterways and on land.
USADA says that two, three-member arbitration panels determined Salazar and Jeffrey Brown, a Texas endocrinologist who treated many of Salazar's athletes, should be banned for "orchestrating and facilitating prohibited doping conduct."
The world’s largest telecommunications equipment maker was added to a Commerce Department list in May that prohibits US companies from supplying it with new American-made goods and services unless they obtain licenses that will likely be denied.
Israel's Central Election Committee disqualified Arab parties and a Jewish candidate from Hadash party in the upcoming Knesset election. The Supreme Court will take up the matter next Sunday.
The new Saudi policy affects hundreds of thousands of Palestinians who have temporary travel documents but no national identification numbers.
The regional government of the Swiss state had opposed the measure to ban facial coverings but the decision was put to the people after the Green and Green Liberal parties demanded a referendum.
Supermarket workers bear the brunt of an angry consumer backlash over moves to ban single-use plastic bags in Australia. More than eight million tonnes of plastic ends up in the world's oceans each year.
The new law bans wearing face-covering veils in public buildings, such as schools, government offices and hospitals.
The Danish parliament passed a law banning the Islamic full-face veil in public spaces. Danish lawmakers approved the law presented by the centre-right governing coalition.
US lawmakers have long worried about the ties between Chinese government and Chinese telecoms companies like Huawei and ZTE. They believe China is trying to gain access to sensitive US technologies through the companies.
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