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Samsung Group leader Lee arrives at South Korea prosecution office for questioning

SEOUL (Reuters) - Special South Korean prosecutors questioned the head of top conglomerate Samsung Group on suspicion of bribery on Thursday in an influence-peddling scandal that led to President Park Geun-hye's impeachment.

Breivik grows more convinced by Nazi-style ideology, Norway says

SKIEN, Norway (Reuters) - Mass killer Anders Behring Breivik wants to spread his ever more radical Nazi-style ideology, Norway's attorney general said on Wednesday in defending Breivik's near-isolation in jail after a court ruled the conditions breached his rights.

Partizan Belgrade banned from Europe for one season

ZURICH (Reuters) - Partizan Belgrade have been given a one-year ban from European football because of unpaid debts, UEFA said on Wednesday.

US names Indonesian IS-linked network a terror group

Jakarta: The United States has designated the Islamic State-linked Indonesian extremist network that carried out a deadly attack in Jakarta last year as a terrorist organisation.

Going all out to ring in CNY with new decorations

IPOH: Despite the challenging economic climate, Chinese folk are going all out to decorate their homes and work places to welcome the Fire Rooster.

Nutella maker defends palm oil

ALBA: The US$44bil palm oil industry, under pressure in Europe after authorities listed the edible oil as a cancer risk, has found a vocal ally in the food sector: the maker of Nutella.

Czech lawmakers override veto to curb Finance Minister Babis' business

PRAGUE (Reuters) - The Czech lower house on Wednesday overturned the last obstacle to a law putting limits on ministers' business activities, a rule that will force Finance Minister Andrej Babis to give up direct control of his chemicals and media conglomerate.

Trump taps well of protest with calls for more drilling in national parks

(Reuters) - President-elect Donald Trump aims to open up federal lands to more energy development, tapping into a long-running and contentious debate over how best to manage America’s remaining wilderness.

U.S. charges former U.N. chief Ban's relatives in bribery case

SEOUL (Reuters) - A U.S. bribery case against two relatives has cast a pall over former United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon's planned return this week to South Korea, where he is expected to launch a bid to run for president.

Former U.N. chief Ban unaware of details of U.S. bribery charges against relatives - spokesman

SEOUL (Reuters) - Former U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is unaware of the circumstances surrounding bribery charges laid by U.S. prosecutors against two of his relatives, Ban's spokesman Lee Do-woon told reporters on Wednesday.