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Italian magistrate who led "Clean Hands" graft probes dies

ROME (Reuters) - Francesco Saverio Borrelli, the Italian magistrate who headed the "Clean Hands" corruption investigations in the early 1990s that swept away an entire political class, has died, his family said on Saturday.

World Cup, EC and Najib top Google searches by Malaysians in 2018

PETALING JAYA: What are among the top searches made by Malaysians on Google this year?

Man questioned over bestiality ‘club’ in northern Thailand

BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network): A man who was allegedly running a bestiality “club” near the northern capital of Chiang Mai has been questioned by police after an investigation lasting more than a year by animal-rights activists Watchdog Thailand (WDT).

‘Bestiality club’ uncovered by Thai watchdog in Chiang Mai

Bobo group is said to have collected and groomed young street dogs under the guise of “saving” them, instead offering them up to abusers for US$6 fee

Hundreds of Macau greyhounds await their forever homes

Macau (AFP) - On a sweltering afternoon in Macau, panting greyhounds lie in tiny concrete kennels at the gambling enclave's notorious dog-racing track, waiting to learn their fate after the venue closed.

Stepping up to boost voter turnout

PETALING JAYA: The 14th General Election has united Malaysians through kindness with individuals going the extra mile to encourage voters to cast their vote.

Suspected al Shabaab militants behead four in northern Kenya - official

MOMBASA, Kenya (Reuters) - Suspected militants from the Somalian group al Shabaab beheaded four men in two different attacks in northern Kenya's coastal Lamu County on Wednesday, authorities said, a month after 12 people were killed in similar incidents in the region.

French conservative candidate knocked down on campaign trail

PARIS (Reuters) - Leading French conservative politician Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet was attacked while handing out leaflets for Sunday's parliamentary election on a Paris market on Thursday and briefly lost consciousness, her campaign team said in a statement.

Fourteen candidates open race for Burkina Faso presidency

BOBO-DIOULASSO, Burkina Faso (Reuters) - Presidential hopefuls in Burkina Faso kicked off campaigning on Sunday for an election meant to restore democratic rule and choose a successor to longtime leader Blaise Compaore, who was ousted in a popular uprising last year.

Mediators announce deal to end Burkina coup crisis, questions remain

OUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) - Regional mediators seeking to peacefully roll back a military coup in Burkina Faso said they negotiated a draft deal on Sunday to end the crisis though they failed to secure the immediate restoration of civilian rule.