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Duggar was sentenced to 151 months in prison and fined US$10,000.
A court has ordered a mining company to pay damages to 30 people for negligence in a 1993 dam burst that was one of the country’s worst mining disasters, a verdict cheered by environmentalists and the industry.
MILAN (Reuters) - Milan prosecutors on Wednesday requested former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi be jailed for six years for allegedly bribing witnesses in a 2013 underage prostitution case.
NEW DELHI/SRINAGAR (Reuters) - An Indian court on Wednesday ordered life in jail for Kashmiri separatist leader Yasin Malik for funding "terrorist" activities and many other charges, prompting street protests outside his residence and condemnation from Pakistan's prime minister.
MANILA (Reuters): A Philippine court has ordered a mining company to pay damages to 30 people for negligence in a 1993 dam burst that was one of the country's worst mining disasters, a verdict cheered on Wednesday (May 25) by environmentalists and the industry.
RECENTLY, a video appearing to show a man being attacked with wooden objects looking like baseball bats went viral on social media. It is alleged that the video that went viral on Tuesday (May 24) was recorded at a restaurant in Klang.
RECENTLY, it has been claimed that Macau Scam syndicates are trying to recruit jobseekers by offering high-paying jobs on social media platforms. Is this claim true?
A video has gone viral on social media, with the claim that a child is being treated at a local hospital for monkeypox. Is this claim true?
KUALA LUMPUR: Former Sabah infrastructure development minister Datuk Peter Anthony, who is charged with falsifying a letter from the office of the Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) deputy vice-chancellor for a system maintenance contract, will know his fate on Thursday (May 26).
A PRIMARY schoolteacher was ordered to pay T$200,000 (RM29,688) in damages for humiliating three of her pupils who did poorly in their exams, Sin Chew Daily reported.