13 May 2017
TAIPING: A former cook was sent to the gallows by the High Court here for murdering a student by slashing her throat, two years ago.
15 March 2017
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea is to hold a presidential election on May 9 to choose a successor to Park Geun-hye, who was removed from office in a historic court ruling last week over a widening corruption scandal.
26 December 2016
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - When her father's lung cancer worsened, Yin Min, a 51-year-old financial broker from Shanghai, faced a choice: pay nearly $3,000 a month for an approved drug or pay a fraction of the price for a generic drug not approved for use in China.
25 September 2016
LONDON (Reuters) - British cyclist Bradley Wiggins has defended his use of banned substances under medical exemption rules, saying he was not looking for "unfair advantage" but merely trying to mitigate the impact of asthma and allergies.
18 September 2016
LONDON (Reuters) - Bradley Wiggins has denied that Team Sky's former doctor Geert Leinders, a convicted drug cheat, was involved in the decision to seek approval for his legitimate use of a banned steroid.
25 August 2016
KUALA LUMPUR: A former doctor of a government hospital was charged in a Sessions Court here with three counts of sex-related offences committed last year.
8 June 2016
LONDON (Reuters) - Chelsea and former manager Jose Mourinho have reached an undisclosed settlement with former team doctor Eva Carneiro at an employment tribunal in London, the Premier League club said on Tuesday.
6 June 2016
LONDON (Reuters) - Chelsea's former doctor Eva Carneiro, who left after a public spat with team manager Jose Mourinho, rejected a 1.2 million pound ($1.7 million) settlement from the London club, British media reported, citing employment tribunal papers.
9 May 2016
AMMAN (Reuters) - Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri urged rival jihadist fighters in Syria to unite or risk death but again decried fellow Sunni Muslim militants Islamic State as "extremists" in an audio recording posted online on Sunday.
21 March 2016
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Chinese authorities have pledged to crack down on the black market sale of vaccines after a case was made public involving nearly $90 million worth of illegal vaccines that are suspected of being sold in dozens of provinces around the country.