Wife, Stepsons Charged in Death of Malaysian Gov’t Fund CEO
The wife of the CEO of a Malaysian government venture capital firm who died in an incident that attracted national interest has been charged with murder, along with his two stepsons.
Rains, Flash Floods in Pakistan Kill 13 People, Damage Homes
Pakistani authorities say heavy rains and flash floods over the weekend in the country’s southwestern Baluchistan province have killed at least 13 people, injured a dozen others and damaged hundreds of homes.
Slain Gdansk Mayor’s Deputy Wins By-Election in Poland
Officials in northern Poland say that the deputy to slain Gdansk Mayor Pawel Adamowicz has won a by-election to become his successor and the first woman to hold the post.
Zimbabwe’s Youngest Lawmaker Faces Subversion Charge
Zimbabwe’s youngest lawmaker faces a subversion charge for allegedly asking constituents to support anti-government protests crushed by the military in January.
Cambodian Leader Imposes Deadline on Lifting Political Bans
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has warned opposition politicians that they should act quickly if they want bans on their political activity lifted because he will end the opportunity in mid-April.
Seeking Brexit Support, UK’s May Woos Opposition Lawmakers
British opposition politicians are accusing Prime Minister Theresa May of trying to bribe them into voting for her Brexit deal.
Man Charged With Egg Assault on UK Opposition Leader
British police have charged a man after opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn was hit by an egg.
CEO of Fashion House Ted Baker Quits Over Workplace Claims
The CEO of fashion retailer Ted Baker has resigned after allegations that he enforced a 'hugging' culture at the company.
Iran’s Top Leader Warns Against Trusting Europe on Nuke Deal
Iran’s supreme leader has cautioned the country’s government not to pin its hopes on Europe as Tehran’s nuclear deal with world powers founders under U.S. pressure.
British Museum Agrees to Return Emperor’s Hair to Ethiopia
Two locks of hair belonging to a widely revered Ethiopian emperor will be repatriated after a request from Addis Ababa, the National Army Museum in Britain announced Monday, as more countries seek to reclaim heritage they say was taken decades, even centuries, ago.