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Simmering anger at Erdogan's authoritarianism boils over in Turkey

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey's most violent riots in decades may have been started by the destruction of a small Istanbul park, but they have exploded in a show of defiance at what many see as the creeping authoritarianism of Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan.


U.S. militants jailed for Internet threats are still posting from prison

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - American Islamist militants jailed for threatening violence over the Internet are still posting political writings on the Web - while serving time in federal prison.


Cyprus rescinds citizenship of Assad billionaire cousin

NICOSIA (Reuters) - Cyprus has rescinded citizenship briefly bestowed upon a Syrian billionaire suspected by the European Union of helping to bankroll President Bashar al-Assad's government, authorities said on Saturday.


Shut up and prepare for your last appeal, Gani Patail tells Khir Toyo

PUTRAJAYA: Attorney-General Tan Sri Gani Patail has blasted former Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo over the latter's blog posting criticising the way his corruption case had been handled.


British businessmen await Cuba's verdict as graft trial ends

HAVANA (Reuters) - The two-day trial of two top executives of a British investment fund ended in Havana on Friday with a five judge panel expected to deliver its verdict within 10 days.


Najib: Umno to set up lab to study proposal on single BN party (Updated)

KUALA LUMPUR: Umno will set up a special laboratory to study in detail the proposal to turn the Barisan Nasional into a single party, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.


CJ: A year to settle election petitions

KUANTAN: Chief Justice Tun Arifin Zakaria has assured Malaysians that petitions filed over the recent general election can be settled within a year if everything proceeds smoothly.


Ipoh Timur MP Thomas Su, Perak PKR sec Anuar charged over Opposition rally

IPOH: Ipoh Timur MP Thomas Su Keong Siong, 47, was charged with failure to inform the district police chief of a rally held in Ipoh at least 10 days before the event under Section 9 (1) Peaceful Assembly Act of the 2012 at the Sessions court here on Monday.


Johor PKR executive secretary charged with violating Peaceful Assembly Act

JOHOR BARU: State PKR executive secretary R.Yuneswaran was charged at the Sessions Court here on Monday for violating the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012.


TV, Boomers and Asia: Film trends to watch post-Cannes

CANNES, France: What films will we be watching in the near future, and how will we be watching them?