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Left alone in their twilight years

ABANDONED parents of heartless children who are professionals go alone to a free clinic in Kampung Baiduri, Petaling Jaya to seek free medical treatment.

Software guru McAfee wants to return to U.S

GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) - U.S. software guru John McAfee, fighting deportation from Guatemala to Belize to face questions about the slaying of a neighbour, said on Saturday he wants to return to the United States.

Sri Lanka report likely urges top judge's dismissal

COLOMBO: A report submitted to Sri Lanka's parliament on Saturday is widely expected to call for the impeachment of the country's top judge over allegations of professional misconduct, an official source said.

Apple, Samsung spar in court, ruling to come

The iPhone maker tried to convince a US judge to ban sales of Samsung devices and defended its RM3.15bil jury award.

Sri Lankan opposition walks out of parliament over chief justice

COLOMBO (Reuters) - Sri Lanka's opposition walked out of parliament on Friday protesting what it called unfair impeachment proceedings against the country's chief justice and its party members left the select committee which is carrying out the investigation.

Apple, Samsung face off in court again; Apple returns some production to US(update)

SAN JOSE: Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics squared off again in court on Thursday, as the iPhone maker prepares to convince a U.S. district judge to ban sales of a number of the Korean company's devices and defend a $1.05 billion (654.5 million pounds) jury award.

Mr Cab, don’t leave me behind!

By right, lawyers should not cherry pick their clients but instead adhere to the cab-rank rule. It is a lawyers duty to the public to accept all work from all clients in courts.

Insight - Tortured, detained and ordered out: a migrant's tale in Greece

SALAMINA, Greece (Reuters) - Egyptian immigrant Waleed Taleb says demanding his unpaid wages in Greece came at a heavy price; 18 hours chained and beaten by his boss, a stint in jail and orders to leave the country he calls home.

Four charged in U.S. over shipments to Iran, China

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. prosecutors unveiled criminal charges on Wednesday against four defendants accused of illegally exporting goods to Iran and China, including carbon fibre, which can be used to enrich uranium.

Asian Tour could face further legal challenges, say lawyers

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The Asian Tour could face further legal proceedings from disgruntled golfers in the wake of losing a restraint of trade case last week brought by four players, lawyers have told Reuters.