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NANYUKI, Kenya (Reuters) - The death of the world's last male northern white rhinoceros this month led a Kenyan government official to declare anyone caught possessing ivory should be sentenced to life in prison.
ULAANBAATAR (Reuters) - Thousands of Mongolians protested in front of parliament in Ulaanbaatar on Saturday to demand more action to prevent child abuse, after the widely-reported rape of a male infant shocked the country.
BANGKOK: The governor of Thailand’s Chiang Mai province has sued a local magazine for posting a “blasphemous” painting on Facebook of ancient kings wearing pollution masks as part of a campaign to protest the city’s hazardous smog.
BEIJING: China wants to share its development opportunities with other countries, but protectionism will mean closing the door into China, the country's top diplomat said, amid a festering trade dispute with the United States.
NEW YORK: A research scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology was sentenced on Friday to 15 months in prison after admitting to insider trading on a mining company merger that his wife, a corporate lawyer, had been working on.
THE Malaysia Budget Hotel Association (MyBHA) is proposing a flat rate of RM150 to be paid by its member hotels to Music Rights Malaysia Bhd (MRM), the licensing body collecting music royalties in the country.
TANAH MERAH: The Opposition should not forget history, said Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin as he reminded them of the electoral redelineation exercise that had been carried out since Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s time as prime minister and his curbs on freedom of speech.
PARIS (Reuters) - Most French people want Muslims suspected of harbouring extremist views detained if they appear on spy agency watchlists and would back a ban on ultra-conservative Salafist Islam, two polls showed after the latest deadly attack in France.