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PETALING JAYA: The woman who was charged with stealing a packet of Milo for her two-year-old child last week was saved from spending a longer time in jail, after a good Samaritan offered to pay her court fine.
SINGAPORE: An Australian woman who admitted fabricating anti-foreigner articles on a Singapore website to boost advertising revenues was convicted on Tuesday of sedition.
BEIRUT/GENEVA (Reuters) - A Syrian or Russian air strike was reported to have killed at least 19 people and possibly many more at a market in northwestern Syria on Monday, straining a cessation of hostilities agreement meant to pave the way for peace talks.
SEOUL/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China has barred a North Korean freighter from one of its ports and South Korea announced a crackdown on individuals and companies linked to Pyongyang's weapons programme, stepping up sanctions against the isolated state.
BOGOR/JAKARTA, Indonesia (Reuters) - Few villagers living near a half-built golf course in Indonesia's West Java province know the name Donald Trump, and fewer still are aware that one of his firms will be managing a six-star hotel and luxury resort in their backyard.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A dozen civil liberties and digital freedom groups asked the White House on Tuesday to include them in ongoing discussions about how best to combat the spread of violent propaganda online by Islamic State and other extremist groups.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Tairod Pugh, a U.S. Air Force veteran, spent months downloading violent Islamic State videos before boarding a one-way flight from his home in Egypt to Turkey in January 2015.