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KUALA LUMPUR: Former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, who is facing criminal charges involving the misappropriation of RM42mil in SRC International Sdn Bhd funds, should not be convicted based on the court of public opinion, the High Court heard.
SINGAPORE: The first Singaporean to be charged with terror financing admitted in his trial on Monday (Jan 13) that he had transferred funds overseas to support the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
SINGAPORE (ANN): A muay thai instructor is accused of sexually assaulting a woman whom he was "massaging" after she attended a trial class at the gym he co-founded.
Affair between tycoon Stanley Ho’s sister-in-law and former Hong Kong government official ‘is no defence to bribery charges’
Defence counsel counters that any bribe would have been for Wilson Fung’s heart, not his office Fung is accused of hiding a HK$510,000 deposit businesswoman Cheyenne Chan paid for his purchase of a Mid-Levels flat in 2004
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): A maid committed obscene and indecent acts with her employer's underage son and told the child that she had recorded a video of them engaging in sexual activities.
SYDNEY: Initial findings from a powerful inquiry into Australia's financial sector strongly criticised pension funds run by National Australia Bank and Commonwealth Bank for regulatory breaches including overcharging customers and failing to act in their best interest.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain should disclose whether Alexander Perepilichny, a Russian whistleblower who died in 2012, had been working for UK intelligence as it is relevant to suspicions that he was murdered, an inquest heard on Wednesday.
PUTRAJAYA: The former Road Transport Department (JPJ) deputy director-general accused of illegally using the emergency lane during a traffic jam told a magistrate’s court the case was a conspiracy to embarrass the JPJ top brass.
JAKARTA: Outgoing Jakarta governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, who has been on trial for blasphemy, may avoid jail time after prosecutors on Thursday recommended that he be put on probation for two years.
KUANTAN: A voter accused of illegally leaving a voting station with ballot papers testified that he meant to hand it over to the police to prove double voting.