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After three kids died in car crash while using Snapchat, US court says family members can sue company
Three US youngsters were killed in 2017 when their car, traveling at 113mph (181kmph), flew off a road in southeastern Wisconsin and slammed into a tree. Just before the crash, one of the youths had opened the Speed Filter on Snapchat to record their velocity and share it with others.
RUMOURS that Di Persimpangan Delima singer Datuk Nora had married Federal Territories Minister Tan Sri Annuar Musa have been shot down by her eldest son, reported Kosmo!.
PARIS (AFP): The UN's cultural agency on Tuesday (April 27) awarded its annual press freedom prize to Philippine journalist Maria Ressa whose reporting has made her a target of her country's judiciary and online hate campaigns.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Sunday (April 18)
An activist has raised US$108,000 (RM445,000) he owes Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in defamation damages, the second time this month a government critic turned to the public to fund payments to the premier.
A Singaporean blogger was ordered Wednesday to pay almost $100,000 in damages for defaming the prime minister by sharing an article on Facebook linking the leader to a corruption scandal.
The truth is a multifaceted thing that shines only when you expose it to more light.
LONDON (Reuters) - The stakes rose on Tuesday in a courtroom battle between the wives of former England football stars Wayne Rooney and Jamie Vardy as new vitriol emerged and a judge described mounting legal fees as "extraordinarily large".
BEIJING, March 10, Global Times: A number of companies and individuals in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region have sued German national Adrian Zenz, who has been spreading "Xinjiang forced labor" rumors and caused reputational and economic losses for locals.