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CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts (Reuters) - A grandson of Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore’s late founding father and ruler for more than three decades, said he left the city state in July after friends expressed concerns he might be detained by the authorities in a contempt of court case.
BENGAHZI, Libya (Reuters) - Security forces in eastern Libya said on Thursday they had arrested the commander of an elite forces unit who is sought by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for allegedly executing dozens of prisoners.
TOKYO: Monstar Lab Inc., a leading Japanese software development firm, has announced that it has raised JPY700 million (US$6.3mil) in a new round of equity financing from lead investors YJ Capital Inc., Shinsei Corporate Investment Ltd, San-In Chuo Television Broadcasting Co. Ltd., Fenox Venture Capital and Tanabe Corp, together with further investments from existing shareholders.
PETALING JAYA: Aug 19 is the three-year anniversary of the death of US journalist James Foley, whose beheading at the hands of the Islamic State (IS) militants became a turning point in how the media industry ensures the safety of conflict journalists.
ALOR SETAR: The state will inform first wives if their Muslim husbands marry again out of the country, but their consent or approval will not be needed for those marriages to be legalised.
Phnom Penh: He has become the man without a face. In recent weeks, Cambodia’s beleaguered opposition has been frantically scrubbing images of their exiled leader Sam Rainsy from thousands of billboards and signposts across the country.