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BEIJING (ANN): A female fugitive suspected of involvement in the murder of seven people was arrested in Xiamen, Fujian province on Thursday (Nov 28) after two decades on the run, Anhui Provincial Public Security Department said on Saturday (Nov 30).
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's top attorneys agreed on Friday to standardise laws across the country forcing priests to report child abuse revealed to them during confessions in a move that could widen a schism between the church and the government.
VALLETTA (Reuters) - One day in the summer of 2017, Vince Muscat dropped his friend Alfred Degiorgio at the Busy Bee, a harbour-front café near Malta's capital renowned for its pastries stuffed with ricotta cheese. Degiorgio didn't stay long.
KABUL (Reuters) - Afghanistan on Wednesday released two civil society activists arrested after exposing alleged sexual abuse of hundreds of school children, following pressure from the United States and international human rights groups.
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LONDON (Reuters) - A former employee of Britain's consulate in Hong Kong said Chinese secret police beat him, deprived him of sleep and shackled him in an attempt to force him to give information about activists leading pro-democracy protests.
IKITSUKI ISLAND/NAGASAKI CITY, Japan (Reuters) - His face weathered from years at sea, kimono-clad Japanese fisherman Masaichi Kawasaki kneels before an altar adorned with images of the Virgin Mary, crossing himself as he softly intones chants handed down through centuries.
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