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BEIJING (Global Times): A Chinese cartoonist’s political satire, which mocked the Group of Seven (G7) members that attempt to suppress China, went viral on Chinese social media on Sunday (June 13), when the G7 summit was underway in Cornwall, the UK.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Saturday (June 12)
Her lawyers seek a publication ban on the ‘copious’ evidence, obtained as a result of a Hong Kong lawsuit, while Canadian government lawyers oppose secrecyMeng is accused of defrauding the bank, and her lawyers hope the new evidence will support her case that she should be freed
Political writer and novelist, who has been in detention for more than two years, is charged with spying and could face life in prisonTrial behind closed doors of 56-year-old naturalised Australian is expected to put further strain on relations between the two countries
Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou opens new front in marathon extradition battle, seeking to admit new HSBC evidence
The Supreme Court of British Columbia will hear arguments about admitting the new evidence in JuneThe nature of the material has not been revealed, but Meng’s lawyers hope it will boost their contention that she is a victim of an abuse of process
(Reuters) - Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou and her legal team are set to return to court for three more weeks of extradition hearings starting Aug. 3, following a fourth attempt by Meng’s lawyers to introduce new evidence, a Canadian court heard on Wednesday.
(Reuters) -A U.S. judge on Monday found that Huawei did not violate a court order by sharing certain information with its chief financial officer, who is using it to help fight her extradition from Canada.
The European Union Intellectual Property Office found two logos in dispute were not similar enough to warrant Chanel’s opposition. Chinese social media users accused Chanel of deliberately playing the victim to earn sympathy.
Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou wins bid to delay extradition hearing by three months, throwing marathon case into turmoil
Canadian judge’s ruling came after Meng said new evidence from HSBC could bolster her claim the US had misled the court about its case against herThe final stage of the extradition case, which was due to begin in Vancouver next week, has been rescheduled for early August
TORONTO (China Daily/ANN): The British Columbia Supreme Court on Wednesday (April 21) granted Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou's request to delay the final part of her extradition hearing.