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"We wrapped them in so much stuff, and since they were long and heavy, we got stopped at the airport.”
Golf is a leisure activity enjoyed all around the world by people of all ages. In Malaysia, golf is a big part of leisure tourism, and is known as one of the top golf destinations in South-East Asia.
From popular kid and nice-guy maths whizz to wife killer: the downfall of Hong Kong professor Cheung Kie-chung
HONG KONG, Nov 28 (SCMP): Friends of former HKU scholar could not believe their ears when they heard about the killing, and rallied behind himSchoolmate says Cheung was a ‘people pleaser’ and did not know how to say no to others
Hong Kong cosmetics influencer and baby son targeted in terrifying home invasion, as thieves bag HK$3.6 million in valuables
Daring daylight robbery took place just metres from Cheung Sha Wan Police StationLuxury handbags, watches, and electronic goods among items taken
PARIS (Reuters) - Two French citizens described to a court in Paris on Thursday how they used their bare hands to disarm and immobilise an Islamist gunman in an attack on a high-speed train in France in 2015.
LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. states, cities, and hospitals are scrambling to buy ultra-cold freezers that can safely store Pfizer Inc's COVID-19 vaccine, ignoring advice from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to hold off.
LONDON (Reuters) - Two Czech nationals caught at London's Heathrow airport bound for Dubai with 1.2 million pounds in their suitcases have been charged with money laundering, the British government said on Friday.
Hong Kong professor accused of murdering wife sparked police suspicions while moving heavy wooden box out of flat, court hears
HKU professor Cheung Kie-chung initially said box contained beach activity items, but later told police it stored metal parts for a robotics competitionDiscrepancy prompted officers to move missing-person case to crime unit, leading to the discovery of wife’s body inside the box
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Lawyer M. Ravi has filed a civil suit against the Attorney-General, two deputy attorneys-general and five prosecutors on behalf of a Malaysian drug runner who was spared the death penalty last month by the Court of Appeal.
BAMAKO (Reuters) - A Mauritanian suspected jihadist pleaded guilty on Wednesday to shooting dead five people in an attack in the Malian capital Bamako in 2015 and planning two other attacks in the country that year that targeted Westerners and killed 37 more people.