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NEW YORK (AP): A fourth day of protests against police brutality kept New York City on edge Sunday (May 31), as thousands of people marched and many protesters and officers tried to keep the peace after days of unrest that left police cars burned and hundreds of people under arrest.
KUALA LUMPUR: The high profile trial of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak involving the misappropriation of RM42mil of SRC International Sdn Bhd's funds is nearing its end with oral submissions from both the prosecution and the defence.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A fund to compensate victims of Jeffrey Epstein's sexual abuse may begin making payouts soon, after the deceased financier's estate, his accusers and the attorney general of the U.S. Virgin Islands resolved their differences over the process.
PARIS (Reuters) - The children of detained Rwandan genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga accused French authorities of violating his "fundamental human rights" on Friday, saying he has severe senile dementia among other ailments and that imprisonment could kill him.
Editor’s note: The following is the full content of the retired judge’s open letter expressing his views on the proposed national security legislation for Hong Kong.IN Hong Kong there is a set of laws, inherited from the colonial government, dealing in a haphazard way with some of the complex issues involving national security. These can be found in Part I of the Crimes Ordinance, the Societies Ordinance and the Official Secrets Ordinance.
Social distancing does not mean counter services should be compromised
SHANGHAI: China stocks edged up on Friday to end the week higher, as expectations that Beijing would take necessary measures to underpin the world's second-largest economy overshadowed concerns over escalating US-China tensions.
IPOH: Twenty-nine people were charged at a Magistrate’s Court here on Friday (May 29) for defying the conditional movement control order (MCO) by drinking at a pub.
From Henry Litton Former Court of Final Appeal judge, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
CARACAS/LONDON (Reuters) - An English court on Thursday said it would need to decide which of Venezuela's dueling political factions to recognize before ruling on President Nicolas Maduro's request for the Bank of England to hand over gold the country has in its vaults.