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Tuesday December 28th, 2021 day edition

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An Australian man has been reportedly subjected to an 8,000-year exit ban and will not be allowed to leave Israel until the year 9999 due to unpaid child support, NewsAU reports.

Noam Huppert, a 44-year-old foreign national of Australia , has had a “stay-of-exit” order against him since 2013 and cannot lift the order until he makes an outstanding $3.34 million in child support payments.

“The total in the year 2013 was roughly ₪7.5 million ($3.34 million),” Mr. Huppert, who works as an analytical chemist for a pharmaceutical company, told NewsAU.

Israeli courts had ruled Huppert owed NIS 5,000 per month for each child until they turned 18. cnxps.cmd.push(function () { cnxps({ playerId: '36af7c51-0caf-4741-9824-2c941fc6c17b' }).render('4c4d856e0e6f4e3d808bbc1715e132f6'); });.

The laws regarding child support are unclear, though it seems that the year 9999 was set because it was the highest possible date that fit in the field.

Israel’s laws regarding divorce and child support have faced previous criticism for being vague and unjust.

Men are expected to pay 100% or even more of their income to pay for their children,” Luca continues. »

If Rep. Cori Bush Has Her Way, Members of Congress Could Be Expelled for 1/6 Involvement

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Missouri Representative Cori Bush sent out a tweet Monday urging her fellow House members to pass a proposed bill that would investigate and ultimately expel members of Congress involved in the January 6 attack.

H.Res 25 was originally drafted five days after the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.

In her tweet, Bush then argued for expelling the members of Congress who incited violence by referencing Section Three of the 14th Amendment to the Constitution. »

Germany Moves To Legalize Cannabis, Second Country After Malta In Europe

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Germany would be largest nation in the world to legalize cannabis after Uruguay, Canada, Malta and 18 states in the Unites States.

The German initiative follows that of Malta, the European Union’s smallest member state, which last week became the first European Union country to legalize the use and growth of marijuana for recreational purposes.

The German and Maltese decisions are likely to be followed by other members of the Union. »

Juno the Norfolk search and rescue dog has been found after six days missing over Christmas

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A search and rescue dog who was missing for six days over Christmas has been safely returned to her owner.

Juno, who helps find missing people for Norfolk Lowland Search and Rescue, became the subject of a large-scale search herself after getting lost on a family walk on 21 December.

More than 85 people from Norfolk, Sufffolk, Cambridgeshire, Buckinghamshire, and Kent search and rescue teams were involved in finding the German shorthaired pointer. »

Man Who Tried to Kill the Queen With a Crossbow Made Darth Vader Terror Video Before Breaking into Palace

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The man who broke into Windsor Castle on Christmas Day armed with a crossbow recorded a threatening Snapchat clip, channeling Darth Vader and describing himself as a “Sith.”.

In the video, Chail says, in a heavily distorted voice: “I’m an Indian Sikh, a Sith.

On the wall behind the man is a framed picture, which, the Sun says, is “of obscure Star Wars bad guy Darth Malgus.”. »