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RIYADH (Reuters) - Prominent Emirati activist Ahmed Mansoor has been sentenced to 10 years in jail and fined 1 million AED ($272,000) on charges of criticising the United Arab Emirates government on social media, The National newspaper reported late on Wednesday.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Earlier this year, the city of Hangzhou, home to the internet giant Alibaba, was poised to join Beijing, Shanghai and a handful of other urban areas in banning smoking in public places, part of a long-running campaign against tobacco use in China.
(Reuters) - The teen charged with shooting 17 people dead at his former high school in Parkland, Florida, boasted of plans to commit mass murder in a series of cell phone videos recorded by him before the rampage and released on Wednesday by prosecutors.
Tencent released the findings of the survey ahead of Children’s Day, which falls on June 1 in China. The Shenzhen-based internet giant has been criticised by state media for not doing enough to prevent gaming addiction among the young.
The partnership will aim to transform Wanda’s huge bricks-and-mortar presence into ‘smart’ shopping centres, and drive online traffic through Tencent’s platforms including WeChat
The Klang Municipal Council's decision to close Lorong Perbandaran is getting a lot of flak from residents who are unhappy at the congestion it is causing.
New Zealand's top privacy enforcer is seeking greater powers to regulate Facebook Inc as the social media giant grapples with a tough new privacy regime in Europe and investigations around the globe over its handling of personal data.
PETALING JAYA: A viral Facebook post claiming that Jo-Anna Sue Henley Rampas has been appointed political secretary to Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal is not true.
Airbnb Inc’s founders were moments away from merging their China business with local competitor Tujia in January 2017. Executives and investors spent hours hashing out a deal. Preliminary term sheets were drawn up. Then in the final hour of negotiations, Airbnb pulled out.
BALIK PULAU: An Umno leader has confirmed that party divisions have been told that there would not be any more monthly allocations for their operational activities.