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Several Western media outlets have reported the disappearance of Jack Ma, China’s most prominent businessman, and co-founder of e-commerce and entertainment giant Alibaba. Some reports claim Ma hasn’t been seen in public for some two months.
HANOI (Reuters) - A court in Vietnam on Tuesday sentenced three freelance journalists known for their criticism of government to between 11 and 15 years in prison, after finding them guilty of spreading anti-state propaganda.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt sent its foreign minister to a summit of Gulf Arab leaders on Tuesday that produced a pledge towards ending a regional dispute with Qatar, while Qatar's finance minister made a rare trip to Cairo.
HONG KONG, Jan 5 (SCMP): Gary Botting, who has previously advised Meng’s legal team, wrote in an opinion article that an admission of wrongdoing could be used against her ‘again and again’He cited cases involving deals that he said resembled the one being offered to Meng, which has not been made public
CANBERRA (Reuters) - Indonesia must ensure a radical cleric and suspected mastermind of the 2002 Bali bombings does not incite more violence when he is released from jail this week, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs Marise Payne said on Tuesday.
AN Indonesian cleric linked to the deadly Bali bombings will be released from prison this week, authorities said, after an earlier bid to free him early was axed following a public uproar.
JAKARTA, Jan 4, 2021 (AFP): A radical Indonesian cleric linked to the deadly Bali bombings will be released from prison this week, authorities said Monday, after an earlier bid to free him early was axed following a public uproar.
(Reuters) - A London court will deliver a ruling on Monday on whether WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should be extradited to the United States to face criminal charges.
LONDON (Reuters) -A British judge ruled on Monday that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should not be extradited to the United States to face criminal charges including breaking a spying law, saying his mental health problems meant he would be at risk of suicide.
(Reuters) - A Venezuelan member of the Pemon indigenous group accused of aiding a raid on a military post in late 2019 died on Sunday in a jail close to capital Caracas, rights group Penal Forum said in a tweet.