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LOS ANGELES: An Applebee's waiter in central California turned over US$32,000 (RM137233) in cash that a family forgot at a table, an amount that likely comes close to his annual salary, a restaurant official said on Friday (Dec 18).
CILANGKAP, Indonesia (Reuters) - Indonesia will deploy more than 150,000 security personnel and several religious organizations to safeguard churches and public places around the country during Christmas and New Year's Eve celebrations, the military chief said late on Friday.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian counter-terrorism police said on Sunday they had arrested suspected Islamist militants in locations across the island of Java, foiling separate plots to bomb minority Shia communities and target Christmas and New Year celebrations.
TOKYO: Scandal-hit conglomerate Toshiba warned Monday it expects to post a record annual loss of US$4.5bil (RM19.4bil) and slash thousands of jobs, as shares in the firm plunged nearly 10%.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Some of the Indonesian men arrested at the weekend after tip-offs that they were planning a string of militant attacks had received funding from Syria, hardening evidence of their links to Islamic State, police said on Monday.
Apple has raised concerns about British plans to give security agencies extra online surveillance powers, saying a planned law could weaken the security of personal data for millions of people.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United Nations is mulling "light touch" options for monitoring a possible ceasefire in Syria that would keep its risks to a minimum by relying largely on Syrians already on the ground, diplomatic sources said.
BEIJING (Reuters) - A court convicted one of China's most prominent rights lawyers on Tuesday of "inciting ethnic hatred" with posts criticising the government, handing down a suspended sentence that means he avoids jail but will not practise law again.