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Wan Ji’s jailing casts serious doubt on PH’s reform pledge

The lackadaisical attitude of the PH government towards abolishing oppressive laws such as the Sedition Act 1948 has led to gross injustice against Ustaz Wan Ji.

Amanda Knox breaks down in Italy as she relives murder trial

Knox was speaking at a conference on criminal justice in the northern Italian city of Modena.

In Saudi trial, detained women speak of torture, abuse

The women were detained last summer in a sweeping crackdown on campaigners just before the historic lifting of a decades-long ban on female motorists.

Lawyer: Khairuddin willing to settle suit if compensation is adequate

Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla says he will write to the Attorney-General's Chambers to get them to consider the 1MDB critic as a victim of the BN government.

Indonesian 15-year-old raped by brother jailed over abortion

The girl was sentenced to six months in jail for having an abortion while her brother was given two years of jail sentence for sexually assaulting a minor.

South Korean court sentences president Park to another 8 years in...

A South Korean court sentenced former president Park Geun-hye to eight more years in prison.

Woman charged with causing 4 deaths while drink driving

Olivia Chong faces up to 10 years' jail and RM20,000 fine if convicted.

Spanish king’s brother-in-law turns himself in to serve prison sentence

Urdangarin was found guilty in February last year of using royal connections to overcharge regional governments through public contracts to stage sports and tourist events and with tax fraud.

Guardiola will ditch ribbon if Man City results affected

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola will stop wearing a yellow protest ribbon if the Premier League-leading club's officials ask him to or if it adversely affects the team's form.

Surprise jailing of Lotte chairman leaves group in ‘crisis’

An analyst warns that Lotte’s business growth could be stagnant.

‘No basis to reject motion to discuss Anwar’s imprisonment’

PKR veep N Surendran says only matters currently in court would be sub judice while Anwar's case has been settled.

No need to apologise to Anwar, says Dr Mahathir

Mahathir Mohamad says Anwar Ibrahim’s imprisonment when he was PM is a thing of the past and both are now focussed on overthrowing the present government.

Woman charged with murder of maid and abuse of another

42-year-old breaks down in court after being denied bail on both charges.

The day I met my Superman

Fa meets with Haris Ibrahim and has an eye-opening conversation with the social activist.

Khir Toyo released on parole

Former Selangor Menteri Besar was sentenced to one year on corruption charges and served six months at Kajang Prison.

Imprisonment for abortion is archaic, excessive says NGO

Lawyers For Liberty wants AG to review the prosecution and conviction of a Nepalese migrant worker for terminating her pregnancy.

Five charged in court for beating up boy

Five students plead guilty to ganging up on an 11-year-old boy at an orphanage.