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BALI (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Two Thai women convicted of smuggling methamphetamine into Bali have escaped a possible death sentence on the Indonesian holiday island after a court sentenced them to 16 years in jail.
IPOH: Two friends were fined by the Sessions Court here after they pleaded guilty to bribing an Immigration Department officer over the employment of illegal foreign workers.
JOHOR BARU: A 25-year-old man was sentenced to 16 years in jail, 16 strokes of the cane and fined RM80,000 for cheating involving investments amounting to more than RM1.1mil.
Reading the letter his former students wrote in tribute to him while serving in Chung Hua High School, Seremban, brought back nostalgic memories for this former teacher.
Here are four recipes to feed a crowd (or a few ravenous appetites).
In the future, when you order a coffee at McDonald’s or Starbucks, it could be served in the same cup you used a few months earlier.
SEOUL: Under gleamingly bright studio lights, Lee So-jeong reads straight from a teleprompter, rehearsing her lines ahead of the primetime newscast for South Korea's national public broadcaster, KBS. Five times a week, she is beamed into living rooms across the country leading its "News 9" bulletin, after she broke into a decades-old boys' club in a society that is technologically and economically advanced, but still culturally male-dominated.
NEW DELHI: India's Supreme Court on Friday (Feb 15) ordered top telecom companies to pay US$13bil in unpaid spectrum and licensing fees by March 17 or face punishment in a fresh blow to ailing mobile carriers. Shares in Vodafone Idea, which said it would be hardest hit by the ruling, fell 23 % on Mumbai's Sensex Index exchange.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department on Friday dropped its criminal investigation of a top target of President Donald Trump, former No. 2 FBI official Andrew McCabe, at the tail end of a week in which the U.S. law-enforcement agency has come under extraordinary pressure from the president.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday said he has "the legal right" to interfere in criminal cases, capping a tumultuous week that raised questions about whether he is eroding the independence of the U.S. legal system.