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[Laos] Tobacco companies violate Lao tobacco control law

Taken on 3 February 2018 in Vientiane — Brands Bastos and A Deng from Imperial-controlled Lao Tobacco Company Ltd. with no pictorial health warnings In May 2016, Lao PDR’s Ministry of Health issued the Pictorial Health Warnings (PHWs) Regulation requirin
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added Feb 8, 2018 18:31
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[New York] Man sues after claiming angry neighbor whacked him with a golf club

Oberlin College sophomore Dashiell Kim says in a Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit that an upstairs neighbor at his parents’ East 93rd Street home bashed his head with a golf club because the resident said he and his friends were playing their music too lou
New York Post
added Feb 8, 2018 04:54
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[Asia, China] Online sellers giving kids a nasty habit

ACCORDING TO the Tobacco Monopoly Law, only adults are allowed to buy cigarettes and only authorized retailers are allowed to sell them. Yet parents in different cities across the country have complained to the media about how easy it is for children to
China Daily (cn)
added Feb 7, 2018 20:36
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[UK-Scotland] BUTCHER BANNED Butcher becomes first in Scotland to be convicted of selling under-counter tobacco

John Trutten racked up a staggering £4,000 in fines for selling non-duty-paid fags and tobacco from him butcher shop in Glasgow over two years
Scottish Sun (uk)
added Feb 6, 2018 16:35
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[Pennsylvania] Lawsuit Alleges Raven Resort In New Hope Was Used To Launder Vast Amounts Of Cash

the company he and Rajiv Ambani own, Megawholesale, Inc., generates $100 million annually in tobacco sales, a substantial part of which is undocumented and unreported because Megawholesale encourages its vendors to pay in cash.”
New Hope (PA) Free Press
added Feb 4, 2018 18:56
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[Asia-pacific] ARCHIVE: China punishes Xinjiang official for refusing to smoke near Muslim elders

Authorities in China’s Xinjiang region have punished a local official for declining to smoke in front of Muslim elders, seeing that as a sign he was insufficiently committed to the region’s fight against religious extremism, according to a government rep
South China Morning Post
added Feb 3, 2018 23:17
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[Brazil] Arrests Again Point to Paraguay President’s Contraband Cigarettes

Cigarettes manufactured by a firm belonging to the family of Paraguay’s president have once again been seized after being smuggled across the border into Brazil, firmly pointing towards the involvement of powerful Paraguayan elites in the booming busines
InSight Crime (co)
added Feb 3, 2018 19:15
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[Florida] A Clearwater lounge brought loads of trouble. The city cracked down. Now, a lawsuit

Clearwater officials see the business as, at best, operating outside its hookah lounge license and, at worst, a harbor for drugs and violence with a blatant disregard for public safety......he alleges the city and neighboring residents are unfairly targe
Tampa Bay (FL) Times
added Feb 3, 2018 18:57
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[Russia, South Carolina] Former U.S. Rep. John Jenrette discusses life after politics, new book

Most of his stories include Jenrette at the peak of a lucrative venture that comes crashing down. He spent the early '90s selling cigarettes for Phillip Morris in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus, he said, until Boris Yeltsin, the first president of the fledg
Charleston (SC) Post & Courier
added Feb 3, 2018 18:50
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[Nebraska] Federal case over cigarette bootlegging law looms over Ho-Chunk raid

A dispute over a law designed to remedy interstate cigarette bootlegging was one of the flash points surrounding a federal raid on the Winnebago Indian Reservation this week. The tribe says the operation by several dozen agents of the federal Bureau of A
Omaha (NE) World Herald
added Feb 2, 2018 18:33
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