This newsletter covers Instagram and ‘sensual’ content in Colombia, diplomatic incident between Libya and Greece, refunds for American airline customers, the thousands of jewelry pieces from the former prime minister of Malaysia.
Colombian porn actress seized Constitutional Court after deletion of Instagram account
The Colombian porn actress Esperanza Gómez seized the Constitutional Court of Colombia because Instagram shut down her account while she claims her posts didn’t infringe the platform’s rules. She argues that companies discriminate against her because of her job as a performer in adult movies. Her Instagram account gathered 5.7 million followers when it was deactivated.
Why the Greek minister of Foreign Affairs didn’t want to get off the plane in Tripoli
Nikos Dendias, the Greek minister of Foreign Affairs decided to stay on the plane in Tripoli because he didn’t want to meet Naila Mangus, the minister of Foreign Affairs of the Libyan interim government who came to the airport.
U.S. Department of Transport ordered six airline companies to refund $622m to passengers
The U.S. Department of Transport ordered five foreign airlines and one American carrier to refund 622 million dollars to passengers who had a flight canceled or significantly delayed. The airline companies have also been fined for the delays.
Convicted former Malaysia PM can claim back seized Richard Mille watches, Hermès handbags and jewelry after High Court ruling
The former prime minister of Malaysia Najib Razak, convicted in the 1MDB corruption case, can claim back the thousands of seized jewelry pieces, watches and handbags as the prosecution failed to prove they came from illegal activities, according to the High Court of Kuala Lumpur.