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JAKARTA, Nov 26 (The Jakarta Post/ANN) A total of 66 Chinese nationals have been arrested in Jakarta for allegedly running an international scam syndicate and committing fraud targeting foreigners, mostly Chinese citizens.
SINGAPORE: At least 30 cases of lucky draw scams, in which scammers misused Changi Airport Group-related names, such as Changi Millionaire, to obtain victims’ credit card and bank account details, have been reported.
YANGON (Reuters) - A Myanmar judge on Monday extended the sentences of a troupe of satirical performers jailed for mocking the military, in a case that has raised new concern about freedom of expression.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump lashed out on Sunday at another witness in Congress' impeachment inquiry against him, saying the aide to Vice President Mike Pence was a "Never Trumper" who should "work out a better presidential attack."
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The phone call between U.S. President Donald Trump and his Ukrainian counterpart at the centre of Congress' impeachment investigation was "inappropriate," an aide to Vice President Mike Pence told lawmakers, according to a transcript released on Saturday.
THE HAGUE (AFP): A Dutch-led probe into the shooting-down of flight MH17 over Ukraine in 2014 released new intercepted phone calls on Thursday (Nov 14) between high-ranking Russian officials and suspects facing trial over the crash.
SUBANG JAYA: Residents in Kandan Dalam village, Puchong, have expressed worries after drums of chemicals were found dumped on a river bank near Sungai Klang here.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - In Rockland County, New York, a wooded suburb 30 miles north of Manhattan, a teenage boy lay in a room in an empty wing of a health clinic, in a fetal position, coughing.
SRINAGAR, India (Reuters) - A rash of killings by separatist militants targeting outsiders in India's Kashmir has persuaded growing numbers of migrant workers to stay away, rather than risk working in road gangs, building sites, hotels and apple orchards in the restive region.
DAKAR (Reuters) - The World Health Organization and Congolese authorities are proposing changes to how some Ebola patients are cared for, new guidelines show, after a patient's death challenged the accepted medical theory that survivors are immune to reinfection.