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HONG KONG, Jan 8 (AFP): Three Hong Kong democracy supporters were jailed for up to five and a half years on Friday for their involvement in a protest at the city's airport where a mainland Chinese state media reporter was tied up and assaulted.
SINGAPORE (AFP): A Bangladeshi migrant worker is suing his ex-employer and dormitory operator in Singapore, accusing them of "false imprisonment" after he was locked in his room during a coronavirus outbreak.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A 70-year-old Swedish woman detained on suspicion of holding her adult son captive at home for up to three decades has been released from custody after the case against her had weakened, Stockholm prosecutors said on Wednesday.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A 70-year-old woman has been arrested in Sweden's capital on suspicion of holding her son captive at home for up to three decades, police and a prosecutor said on Tuesday.
KUALA LUMPUR: The prosecution has filed an appeal against the acquittal of lawyer and activist Siti Kasim of a charge of obstructing a Federal Territory Islamic Religious Department (Jawi) officer from discharging her public duty during an event at a hotel in 2016.
A pair of US twins, who posted a YouTube prank video in which they pretended to have robbed a bank and asked people to help them make their getaway, is facing felony charges in the United States.
ATLANTA (Reuters) - Three white men arrested last month in the slaying of a Black man who was gunned down as he jogged through a suburban neighborhood in Georgia four months ago were indicted on Wednesday on murder and other charges.
Uber Technologies Inc must face negligence claims by a US woman who says she mistakenly got into a car bearing the company’s windshield decal and was subsequently raped by the driver.
(Reuters) - A federal appeals court on Friday handed a victory to fliers who object to invasive screenings at U.S. airport security checkpoints, saying screeners are not absolutely immune from lawsuits accusing them of abusive conduct.