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"Two, eight two one five five The Japanese government has admitted it has been inflating the number of disabled people at employees to make, it look as though it has fulfilled legal quotas ministries and agencies had said they'd. Hide nearly seven thousand people with disabilities investigation. Found that half those. Would not disabled among case we'll move diabetes was included women still with a disabled. Soon said she was shocked. To hear the figures are been inflated Japanese government is. Now apologized not meeting its own target the most says more than two. Percent, of, its, employees should, be, disabled That's. BBC's Michael Bristow about serving a life sentence. For his role in. The nineteen ninety three World Trade Center bombing is suing federal prison officials arguing that. Staff repeatedly violated his religious. Rights judge our Brooke Jackson did not immediately rule when. Arguments wrapped up, Tuesday to Denver federal court this is townhall dot com The United States on Tuesday. Defended its reimposition of sanctions against Iran as a legal unjustified national security measure that cannot be challenged, by Terada at the United Nations highs court correspondent Mike quarter reports it's not known at the US would suspend the Iranian sanctions even if judges at the international court of Justice were to rule, in Toronto favor it remains to be seen. If the United States would comply with such a measure today in court American lawyers argued that. Reimposing the sanctions on Tehran Is a national security issue the Americans had also. Aims to make the world a. Place calling the Iranian regime one of the world's top sponsors. Of terrorism quarter added Iranians have amount of support within the international community in that. For example the European Union is not happy that the Trump administration has re imposed sanctions more of, these."