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ATHENS (Reuters) - When Sofia Bekatorou, a Greek sailing gold medallist in the 2004 Olympics, opened up last month about being sexually assaulted by a sports official as a 21-year-old, it came as a breakthrough in a country where confronting such abuse has been rare.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - A Delhi court granted a police request on Friday to extend the detention of climate activist Disha Ravi who they accuse of sedition for her alleged role in the creation of an online "toolkit" intended to help farmers protesting reforms.
ZURICH/DUBAI (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates said on Friday that Sheikha Latifa, one of the ruler of Dubai's daughters, was being cared for at home as the U.N. human rights watchdog asked the UAE for proof that she is alive amid growing international concern about her fate.
KUCHING: Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg will be the first person in Sarawak to be given the Covid-19 vaccine when the immunisation programme is rolled out later this month.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India has criticised UN rights experts for voicing concerns about constitutional changes made in the Muslim-majority territory of Kashmir, where militants have been fighting for independence for three decades.
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court here has imposed a stunning fine of half a million ringgit on news portal Malaysiakini after finding it guilty of contempt of court over readers’ comments that criticised the judiciary on an article it posted last year.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - A Lebanese court on Thursday dismissed a judge who had charged top politicians with negligence over last year's Beirut port explosion, infuriating families of victims who said it showed that the state would never hold powerful men to account.
BERLIN (Reuters) - A Berlin court ruled in favour of the heirs of the Prussian monarchy on Thursday in a dispute with a historian, the latest twist in a legal battle for compensation for treasures taken from the Hohenzollern dynasty after World War Two.
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court has ruled that a controversial audio recording, said to be a conversation between Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor and her husband Datuk Seri Najib Razak, can be used as evidence in her solar project corruption