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Qatar rejects rights group report on 'rampant' labour abuse

DOHA (Reuters) - Qatar's government has rejected a report by Amnesty International which said abuse of migrant labourers in the Gulf Arab state remains "rampant" five years after it won the right to host the World Cup.


Malaysia not pulling out of World Team Squash meet in Cairo

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia have no plans to pull out from the Men’s World Team Squash Championships in Egypt.


High-tech Barbie stokes privacy fears

The new Barbie doll is “intelligent“ and connected. Too connected for some privacy activists.


Parliament: New laws tabled to increase punishments for child abusers

KUALA LUMPUR: New laws have been tabled in the Parliament to abolish the caning of child offenders and to increase punishment for those who “abuse, neglect, and oppress” children.


Shell Helix partners with major carmakers

KUALA LUMPUR: Shell Helix will be pursuing more strategic partnerships with major carmakers as a key growth strategy for its range of passenger car motor oils.


Toymaker VTech hit by largest-ever hack targeting kids

A cyberattack on digital toymaker VTech Holdings Ltd exposed the data of 6.4 million children, the company said, in what experts called the largest known hack targeting youngsters.


Tunisian woman working for Red Cross in Yemen kidnapped in capital - local officials

DUBAI (Reuters) - Unidentified gunmen kidnapped a Tunisian woman working for the International Committee of the Red Cross in Yemen as she was leaving home for work in the capital Sanaa on Tuesday, the ICRC and local officials said.


How to hack the holiday season without being hacked

Cybersecurity should always be an issue when shopping or simply browsing online. However, when the holiday season starts safety can be pushed to the back of our minds in the quest for the best digital deals.


Rights groups press for French army probe on Rwanda genocide

PARIS (Reuters) - Human rights groups are demanding that French soldiers active in Rwanda in 1994 be formally put under investigation on suspicion of complicity in the genocide at that time.


MACC prevents RM2.5bil in losses

THE Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has managed to prevent losses of RM2.5bil in taxes from under-declared cigarettes and alcohol.