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GENEVA/BRUSSELS: The World Trade Organization found on Tuesday that the United States breached global trading rules by imposing multibillion-dollar tariffs in President Donald Trump's trade war with China, a ruling that drew anger from Washington.
A WAREHOUSE in Bandar Puncak Alam, Kuala Selangor, found to be illegally tapping water, has been booked for the unlawful act and for owing the water authority an estimated RM3mil in arrears.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - By the time he saw a swastika scrawled in the bathroom at Barksdale Air Force base in October 2018, Deven Sherk was already disillusioned with how the Air Force handled racism complaints. The Black airman had filed a complaint alleging discrimination that June when a fellow airman, a white man, hung a noose near him on the base.
JOHOR BARU: A commissioner of oaths is seeking more than a video apology from a social media influencer who had body-shamed her on social media.
BANGKOK, Sept 15 (Xinhua): Thai Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam on Tuesday reiterated that authorities, allegedly involved in mishandling of the high-profile hit-and-run case of a Red Bull family member, have only seven days to hand in their updated investigation reports.
Hong Kong protests: Carrie Lam says calling 12 detained in Shenzhen democracy activists an attempt to distract from wanted status
HONG KONG, Sept 15 (SCMP): ‘Essence of the matter’ is that local police are seeking members of the group for alleged crimes tied to anti-government protests, city leader says at press briefingLam also says Hong Kong consistent in handling of cases despite open calls for return of five would-be asylum seekers detained by Taiwan last month
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's rapprochement with Gulf Arab states has left the Palestinians feeling abandoned by traditional allies and clutching an old playbook in a rapidly changing Middle East, analysts and critics say.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish and international lawyers' groups have voiced concern over the arrest of dozens of lawyers, saying they had been doing their job when representing clients accused of links to the network Turkey blames for an attempted coup in 2016.
Management at China’s largest social media and gaming company had been discussing Singapore as a potential regional hub and geopolitical tensions accelerated its plans, according to people familiar with the matter. Tencent has been considering the shift of some business operations - including international game publishing - out of its home country, according to the people, who asked not to be identified discussing private deliberations.