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Brazil's President Michel Temer charged with taking bribes

27 June 2017

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's top federal prosecutor charged President Michel Temer with taking multimillion-dollar bribes on Monday in a stinging blow to the unpopular leader and to political stability in Latin America's largest country.

Asylum seekers in Canada who fled Trump now trapped in legal limbo

26 June 2017

TORONTO/WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) - Thousands of people who fled to Canada to escape President Donald Trump’s crackdown on illegal migrants have become trapped in legal limbo because of an overburdened refugee system, struggling to find work, permanent housing or enrol their children in schools.

Australia's Crown Resorts staff face trial in China

26 June 2017

Shanghai (AFP) - A Chinese court opened a trial on Monday for 19 current and former employees of Australia's Crown Resorts company who were charged with promoting gambling, including three Australians and a Malaysian.

Facing ruin, India's ancient glass artists blame the Taj

26 June 2017

Firozabad (India) (AFP) - Hanuman Prasad Garg doesn't blame rising fuel prices or pressure from cheap knock-offs for the slow demise of the glass industry where Indian artisans have forged bangles for centuries. He blames the Taj Mahal.

U.N. war crimes tribunal urges Balkan leaders to carry on its work

24 June 2017

SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Authorities in the former Yugoslavia will need to harness a spirit of reconciliation to pursue the legacy of the United Nations war crimes tribunal in bringing justice to victims once it closes down, its president said on Saturday.

British player Evans tests positive for cocaine

24 June 2017

LONDON (Reuters) - British player Dan Evans has been provisionally suspended after admitting on Friday that he had failed a doping test for cocaine at the Barcelona Open in April.

Khmer Rouge leader denies mass murder, blames Vietnam

23 June 2017

PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - A leader of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge denied on Friday that he and his colleagues were responsible for the death of an estimated 1.7 million people during their 1975-79 rule, saying their sworn enemy Vietnam invented the idea of genocide as propaganda.

Drug crime declines but fight continues

22 June 2017

Beijing: Those who transport, produce and purchase drugs will be strictly penalised but criminals engaged in drug-related activities over a long period, who are the major target, will be given even heavier punishments, said Ye Xiaoying, chief judge of No 5 Criminal Tribunal at the Supreme Peoples Court.

Kuwaiti court overturns death sentence in Iran spy cell case

18 June 2017

DUBAI (Reuters) - Kuwait's highest court on Sunday overturned the death sentence imposed by a lower tribunal against a man convicted of belonging to a group Kuwait said was trying to destabilise the Gulf Arab state on behalf of Iran and Lebanon's Hezbollah.

Former True Fitness members gearing up for legal action

17 June 2017

PETALING JAYA: Former customers of True Fitness & True Spa, whose memberships are now in limbo following the gym's abrupt closure, can still commence their legal action in Malaysia although the company is based in Singapore.

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