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Malaysian who evaded arrest for 30 years after killing colleague jailed

SINGAPORE (ANN): A Malaysian odd-job worker who killed a colleague in 1986 in a fight over $1,000 (RM3,025) evaded arrest for 30 years, and even returned to Singapore a few times over the years, the High Court was told yesterday.

U.S., Taliban take a break from peace talks for Afghan rivals to meet

KABUL (Reuters) - U.S. and Taliban officials decided on Saturday to put their ongoing peace talks on hold for two days to allow for a meeting between rival Afghan groups to be held in Qatar, Taliban and U.S. officials said.

A history of ultraviolence against schoolchildren in Japan

Japan is known for its low rate of violent crime. But Tuesday’s horror stabbing attack on schoolchildren was not the first such incident to shock the country Parents fear there is little that can be done to completely protect their children

Barefoot burglar nabbed after police follow trail of blood from luxury home in Hong Kong

Police believe suspect, 22, took off his shoes to avoid making a noise before he climbed onto first-floor glass canopy of the four-storey house in Repulse Bay He fled empty-handed after triggering alarm, leaving behind his rucksack

Chinese boy, 10, stabbed to death at school after classroom scuffle with his alleged killer’s daughter

Police in Jiangxi province say they have detained a 41-year-old man in connection with the death of a child following a knife attack Local education chief says investigation under way to determine the cause of the tragedy

India, Pakistan threatened to unleash missiles at each other - sources

NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - The sparring between India and Pakistan last month threatened to spiral out of control and only interventions by U.S. officials, including National Security Advisor John Bolton, headed off a bigger conflict, five sources familiar with the events said.

Google and Apple see the ghost of future taxes: opinion

Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple – or “GAFA”, as they’re known in France – are easy to group together in the European imagination. They’re big, they’re American and they’ve tended to pay relatively little tax, thanks to legal loopholes and a business model that exists largely in the virtual world.

Ozil on target as Arsenal hammer Bournemouth 5-1


Florida's gun debate persists a year after Parkland mass shooting

(Reuters) - A year after Florida lawmakers rushed through far-reaching legislation on school safety and gun control in response to the deadliest high school shooting in U.S. history, the state is on the verge of reopening the heart-wrenching debate.

Elderly mum still doesn’t know son was killed in New York

KUALA LUMPUR: Despite being a world away and having to put up with a 12-hour time difference, Ng Thang Kheong always kept in close contact with his mother, according to a relative.