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Thailand should leave 'no stone unturned' after 62 found guilty of trafficking

BANGKOK (Reuters) - More needs to be done to ensure that human traffickers are brought to justice and Rohingya migrants are protected, rights groups said on Thursday, after a trial in which 62 people were convicted of crimes including trafficking and murder.


'Ball bearing' rapist jailed, fined for escaping from police custody

KLANG: An illegal immigrant who escaped police remand has been sentenced to a year in prison and fined RM6,000 for escaping police custody.


Egypt's poorest risk death for promise of work in Libya

TARFA AL-KOM, Egypt (Reuters) - In a bare room with nothing but a small pillow, a few pots, and a sheet to cover the dusty floor, Youssef Abdullah's family was living in an impoverished Upper Egyptian village when they were told he died in the Libyan desert.


Thirty two gambling joints busted in record day for Sarawak CID

MIRI: Some 32 illegal gambling joints in 11 districts in Sarawak were busted in a swoop on Wednesday.


Woman in China dies after husband forced her to have 4 abortions in a year as he wanted a son

WUHU, ANHUI: A woman from eastern China reportedly died recently after she was forced to undergo four abortions in a year as her husband wanted a son.


Two cops arrested for attempting to smuggle contraband into lock-up

IPOH: Two policemen have been arrested for attempting to smuggle illegal items into the central police lock-up here.


How Silicon Valley silences sexual harassment victims

Even as Silicon Valley applauds the bravery of more than a dozen women who have come forward to report sexual harassment in recent weeks, some tech companies and venture capital firms muzzle their own employees with policies that prevent them from speaking out.


Chile's senate passes bill to ease strict abortion ban

SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Chile's senate narrowly passed a bill on Wednesday to legalize abortion in certain cases, in a win for President Michelle Bachelet's centre-left coalition and for rights groups that have campaigned for years against the country's strict ban.


UN experts seek halt to use of spyware in Mexico and want full probe

GENEVA (Reuters) - U.N. human rights experts called on the government of Mexico on Wednesday to "cease the surveillance immediately" of activists and journalists and to conduct a fully impartial investigation into the illegal spying.


Russia preparing retaliation against Poland over war memorial row - agencies

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia is preparing retaliatory measures against Poland to punish it for what Moscow says is an illegal and immoral plan to tear down Soviet-era World War Two monuments, an ally of President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday.