Scottish champions Celtic also penalised for unruly behaviour of supporters.
The Malaysian Palm Oil Board says 50% of oil palm plantations have already been certified.
Umno Youth strategic director Wan Agyl Wan Hassan says there is no concrete reason for the RM86 million hefty fine.
Grab’s lawyers studying the decision and will submit written submission by Nov 27.
The identity of the player is undisclosed.
Ghosn took steps to increase retirement allowance by US$50 million.
The incident occurred at a pet shop in Bandar Sunway while the woman was at the payment counter.
Mike Bryan apologise for his gesture and said it was meant to be playful.
Deutsche Bank is found to have violated US corruption laws by hiring relatives of foreign government officials to win or retain business.
He pleads guilty to 9 counts of insider trading to allow him to acquire 891,000 units of Three-A Resources Berhad shares 10 years ago.
FIFA says its Disciplinary Committee took into account the fact that City had 'accepted its responsibility'.
The four men deny any wrongdoing.
Forestieri was acquitted by magistrates in March of racially abusing Pearce but was charged by the Football Association in June.
The company and some of its senior officials are currently facing charges in the United States.
Cambodia has given Chungyuen Plastic Manufacture until Aug 24 to send the shipment back to the US and Canada.
Democrats argue that the US$5 billion penalty may be less than Facebook's gains from violating users' privacy.
This year's tournament is not the first time Bernard Tomic has run afoul of tennis officialdom.
The FA says the 29-year-old had been charged with 11 alleged breaches of its betting rules, 9 of which was dismissed by an independent regulatory commission.
The possibility of facing a fine awaits Fabio Fognini over a remark stating, 'a bomb should explode' after a third round Wimbledon defeat.
Police can impose fines of not more than RM5,000 on those who break the law.
Bernard Tomic’s performance in the first-round of Wimbledon has been described as ‘appalling’ and ‘embarrassing’ on social media.
New Zealand have been fined for maintaining a slow over-rate in Saturday's World Cup victory over West Indies at Old Trafford, the International Cricket Council (ICC) says.
Nick Kyrgios, who is never far from controversy wherever he plays, also rowed with fans and a courtside photographer.
It is alleged Paul Scholes had placed 140 bets on football matches between August 2015 and January 2019.