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Beyond Omicron and gold medal tallies, athletes arriving in China’s capital for the Winter Games next month may have one more thing to worry about: is it safe to access the Internet?
The biggest showbiz scandals from a year of Chinese celebrity crackdowns.
Scandal ridden Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick who faced calls to be removed, may have an out in the form of a buyout of his company by Microsoft.
BERLIN (Reuters) - A Syrian doctor suspected of crimes against humanity, including torturing prisoners at military hospitals in Syria, goes on trial in Germany on Wednesday in the second such case over alleged state-backed torture in Syria's conflict.
Microsoft announced on Jan 18 a landmark US$69bil (RM288.66bil) deal to buy US gaming giant Activision Blizzard, boosting its power in video games by scooping up the scandal-hit Call Of Duty maker.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Prime Minister’s Department (Religious Affairs) will not intervene in the case involving allegations of moral misconduct against a senior Syariah judge.
JOHOR BARU: A senior Umno leader has questioned DAP over its resistance to snap polls in Johor, where the state government has only a one-seat majority.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): A man was deployed as a trainee teacher at a school when he met a 15-year-old female student and they developed a liking for each other.
LONDON (Reuters) - A BBC funded purely by commercial means would fail to serve a universal British audience in the way it does now, its boss warned on Tuesday, after the government questioned whether its public funding model should continue in future.
ABUJA (Reuters) - The lawyer of an outlawed Nigerian separatist leader, whose trial is due to resume on Tuesday, accused authorities of extending his client's time in custody by filing new charges against him.