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A FRENCH retiree could face the death penalty in Indonesia on charges that he molested over 300 children and beat those who refused to have sex with him, authorities said.
A new visa policy in the US has put thousands of Vietnamese students at risk of deportation leaving their academic and professional dreams in tatters.
Beijing, July 10 (AFP): China said on Friday it will impose tit-for-tat measures after the United States slapped sanctions on Chinese officials for their involvement in a crackdown on Muslim minorities, raising tensions between the superpowers.
JAKARTA (AFP): A French retiree could face the death penalty in Indonesia on charges that he molested over 300 children and beat those who refused to have sex with him, authorities said Thursday (July 9).
Alibaba overtakes Facebook as world’s sixth-most valuable company after shares soar by 10% in Hong Kong
Alibaba’s shares rose 10% in Hong Kong to a record HK$261.60, after advancing 9% in New York overnight to US$257.68. That gives the Hangzhou-based technology company nearly HK$5.614tril (US$720bil) in market value, more than Facebook’s US$694.53bil in capitalisation.
SYDNEY, July 9 (Reuters): Australia said on Thursday (July 9) it was suspending its extradition treaty with Hong Kong in response to a new security law imposed there and announced measures to attract businesses from the Asian financial hub, provoking an angry response from Beijing.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The administration of President Donald Trump issued new rules this week that could force tens of thousands of international students to leave the United States if their schools hold all classes online amid the coronavirus pandemic, causing panic among colleges and foreign students.
PUTRAJAYA: The annual National Day parade – an event that draws thousands of Malaysians – will not be held this year but side programmes are likely to go on with standard operating procedure (SOP) in place, says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.No National Day parade this year
(Reuters) - When the phone rang Tuesday morning, Raul Romero had barely slept.