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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - China accused Australia of hysteria and paranoia on Wednesday after Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull vowed to ban foreign political donations in a move to curb external influence on its domestic politics.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - A Thai court sentenced a 62-year-old man to 27 years in prison on Wednesday for planting a bomb at a Bangkok hospital that wounded 21 people.
SYDNEY/DUBAI: Issuers of Islamic bonds are changing the language in documentation for new issues to reassure investors after a United Arab Emirates company refused to redeem $700 million of maturing sukuk.
JOHANNESBURG: Shares in Steinhoff International lost more than half their value on Wednesday after the furniture retailer said it would launch an investigation into accounting irregularities, its chief executive resigned and it postponed full-year results.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Home Ministry and its agencies do not practise selective prosecution, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
Showing naked images of children ‘not a big problem’ in Indonesia, top envoy in Hong Kong says amid footage row
But consul general urges helpers in city not to act ‘carelessly’ in posting such material
As he took the stage at China’s premiere Internet gathering this week, Facebook Inc’s Vaughan Smith opened with a line that wouldn’t make sense anywhere else.
TOKYO: One of Japan’s leading financial exchanges is starting preparations to launch bitcoin derivatives, echoing US rivals that plan to list contracts tracking the cryptocurrency as soon as this month.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian regulators are looking to clamp down on initial coin offerings or ICOs by expanding the definition of “securities” in existing laws, according to industry sources. The regulator is also likely to require some form of licensing for cryptocurrency exchanges to operate on Malaysian shores.