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Court rejects Surendran's request to proceed with appeal despite sedition charge withdrawn

PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The Court of Appeal Monday (Sept 3) rejected a lawyer's request for his appeal to proceed despite the sedition charge against him having been withdrawn.

Prosecution withdraws appeal against ex-DAP MP

GEORGE TOWN: Former Tanjong MP Ng Wei Aik walked out of court a free man for the second time after the prosecution withdrew its appeal against his acquittal over a sedition charge.

Photo of Shah Alam BN candidate in 2009 cow head protest resurfaces

SHAH ALAM: A photo of Barisan Nasional's Shah Alam parliamentary candidate Datuk Azhari Shaari in a 2009 cow head protest is making its rounds again on social media.

Umno man defends ‘get lost’ banner as Rayer cries sedition in police report

GEORGE TOWN: An Umno division youth leader has defended the banner which was put up against Jelutong DAP parliament candidate R.S.N. Rayer.

Appeals Court acquits Adam Adli of sedition charge

PUTRAJAYA: The Court of Appeal has acquitted activist Adam Adli Abdul Halim of a charge of making an allegedly seditious speech at a public rally in 2013.

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Appeals Court acquits Adam Adli of sedition charge

PUTRAJAYA: The Court of Appeal on Thursday acquitted activist Adam Adli Abdul Halim on a charge of giving an allegedly seditious speech at a public rally in 2013.

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Arundhati Roy releases first novel in 20 years

New Delhi (AFP) - Arundhati Roy's eagerly-awaited second novel goes on sale Tuesday, two decades after her prize-winning debut "The God of Small Things" propelled her to global fame and launched her career as an outspoken critic of injustice in her native India.

The eagerly awaited second novel by Indian writer and political activist Arundhati Roy, author of "The God of Small Things", is released Tuesday.-AFP

Argentine activist sentenced to probation, remains in jail

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentine social activist Milagro Sala was sentenced to three years of probation on Wednesday on charges of inciting violence, though she will remain jailed on other charges in a case that has drawn scrutiny from international human rights groups.

Tempers flare outside court over detained Argentine social leader

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Protesters and police clashed on Wednesday outside a courthouse in northern Argentina where a social activist is on trial for offences including corruption, while her lawyers asked the Supreme Court to free her on human rights grounds.

Activist acquitted of sedition charge

The Court of Appeal on Tuesday has acquitted and discharged former student activist Safwan Anang of a charge of uttering seditious words at a forum in May 2013.

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