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PETALING JAYA: Wanita MCA welcomes the High Court decision on Friday (Feb 7) to dismiss the Government's application to forfeit a sum of RM300,000 from one of its bank accounts.
TOKYO (The Straits Times/ANN): A Filipina stranded in Japan is suing her former Yokohama employer for her passport to be returned to her, in a case that again casts a spotlight on the less-than-ideal conditions that foreigners working in low-status jobs face.
SRINAGAR, India (Reuters) - India has extended the detention of four political leaders in Kashmir who had been held by authorities since August to quell dissent after the central government stripped the region of its autonomy, two senior officials said on Friday.
ZURICH (Bloomberg) -- Credit Suisse Group AG said Chief Executive Officer Tidjane Thiam is resigning, a stunning reversal for the executive who was backed by key shareholders after a damaging spying scandal.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Inspector-General of Police has told off the many "experts" who have spoken out on the M. Indira Gandhi case to stop being selfish and let the police do their job.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The youth basketball coach who hired Michael Avenatti to represent him in negotiations with Nike Inc said at the celebrity lawyer's extortion trial on Thursday he became "very, very upset" upon learning that Avenatti planned to publicize his corruption accusations against the sports apparel company.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - A Brazilian judge indicted six people accused of hacking the phones of prosecutors in the country's biggest corruption case on Thursday, but held off "for now" on accepting cybercrimes charges against U.S. journalist Glenn Greenwald.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - The world's largest cigarette makers, British American Tobacco Plc and Philip Morris International, will have until early March to defend themselves in a lawsuit in Brazil over compensation for tobacco-related diseases.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In federal court and on the Senate floor, lawyers for President Donald Trump have argued that the U.S. Constitution confers on a president broad protection from scrutiny by Congress, prosecutors and the judiciary for his actions.
LONDON (Reuters) - An estimated 500,000 European Union nationals in Britain have yet to apply for a new immigration status, which most will need to remain in the country after Brexit.