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MALAYSIAN CABINET DECIDED DEATH PENALTY FOR 33 OFFENCES BE ENDED

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, The Malaysian Cabinet has decided that the death penalty for 33 offences under eight acts of law be abolished. This includes Section 302 of the Penal Code (murder), said Minister in the…

Meth Seizures Up in Myanmar, SE Asia

YANGON, MYANMAR Drug seizures reported across Southeast Asia indicate this year will be another record high for methamphetamine production in Myanmar. The focus is usually on government efforts to stem the trade, but beyond the…

China to Give $150 million in Aid to El Salvador as Relationship Deepens

SAN SALVADOR China will give El Salvador $150 million to spur development of social and technological projects, the Salvadoran president said on Wednesday, the latest sign of deepening ties between the countries that has alarmed…

Malaysian Judge: Kim Jong Nam Murder Trial to Resume in January

The defense phase of the trial of two Asian women charged with murdering the half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un at a Kuala Lumpur airport will start Jan. 7, a Malaysian judge ruled…

Malaysian Judge: Kim Jong Nam Murder Trial to Resume in January

The defense phase of the trial of two Asian women charged with murdering the half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un at a Kuala Lumpur airport will start Jan. 7, a Malaysian judge ruled…

New Taiwan Performing Arts Center Billed as Largest in World

KAOHSIUNG, TAIWAN A sprawling complex of four theaters billed as the biggest performing arts center in the world has opened in southern Taiwan.The National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts houses a 1,981-seat concert hall, a…

New Taiwan Performing Arts Center Billed as Largest in World

KAOHSIUNG, TAIWAN A sprawling complex of four theaters billed as the biggest performing arts center in the world has opened in southern Taiwan.The National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts houses a 1,981-seat concert hall, a…