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JAKARTA (Reuters) - An Indonesian activist has been jailed for 10 months under a controversial anti-communism law, his lawyer said on Wednesday, in the first such conviction since the fall of authoritarian leader Suharto two decades ago.
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SINGAPORE: An armed man was involved in a stand-off with officers near the Woodlands Checkpoint here.
If you have ever wondered how to start a hobby keeping ornamental chicken or breed them as a business, you can always turn to the Malaysia Ornamental Poultry Association (MOPA) for guidance.
The Swiss watchmaker hopes to make the upcoming showpiece in Russia the best yet.
IPOH: Police have smashed an armed robbery gang which preyed on 24-hour convenience stores in petrol stations.
GIARDINI NAXOS, Italy (Reuters) - A group of protesters sought to break through a police cordon at the end of a protest march against world leaders meeting on the island of Sicily on Saturday, scuffling with security forces, who fired tear gas to disperse them.
BEIJING: Meandering on mountain ridges across north China, the Great Wall, one of the world’s great wonders, has for thousands of years protected residents from invasion.
Inherited conditions of haemoglobin are becoming an increasing health burden, with an estimated 7% of the world’s populations having the gene mutations.
JAKARTA: A Malaysian was detained in Mataram, Nusa Tenggara Barat, for wearing a T-shirt with an image of the communist hammer and sickle symbol that has been banned in the republic.