Bangladesh’s Ex-PM Transferred From Prison to Hospital
A medical board formed by Bangladesh’s government is examining the health of opposition leader Khaleda Zia in the hospital where she was admitted this weekend following complaints that her health was deteriorating rapidly in a prison in the nation’s capital.
UK Court Blocks Suit Against Google on Alleged iPhone Breach
A British court has blocked a suit against Google on allegations that it had collected personal data on some 4 million iPhone users
US Urges UN Court to Toss Out Iranian Case on Frozen Assets
The U.S. is urging the United Nations’ highest court to toss out a case filed by Iran that seeks to recover around $2 billion worth of frozen assets the U.S. Supreme Court awarded to victims of a 1983 bombing in Lebanon and other attacks linked to Iran.
Thai Police Seek Shooters Who Killed Tourist in Crossfire
Police in Thailand are searching for suspected teenage gang members involved in a shooting that killed a nearby Indian tourist and injured four others outside a Bangkok shopping arcade.
Bulgarian Police Probe Killing of Bulgarian TV Journalist
Bulgarian police are investigating the rape and slaying of a television reporter and presenter whose body was dumped near the Danube River.
Querrey, Fritz Both Win in Straight Sets at Shanghai Masters
Sam Querrey and Taylor Fritz both won in straight sets at the Shanghai Masters on Monday, setting up a second-round match between the Americans.
3 Chair Umpires Banned for Life for Match-Fixing, Gambling
Three chair umpires from Thailand have been banned for life from tennis after being found guilty of match-fixing and betting offenses.
China Tells US to Stop Criticism, Says Relations Suffering
China’s foreign minister has told visiting U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that the United States should stop what he called groundless attacks on his country’s policies.
Romanians Back Marriage Redefinition, but Referendum Voided
Romanian election officials say more than 90 percent of those who took part in a national referendum supported defining marriage as a union between a man and a woman, but the vote was invalidated as too few people cast ballots.
Odd Path to Playoffs: Kratz, Voit, Brasier Take Longer Road
Of course Erik Kratz kept hoping for a moment like this. That’s why he stuck around, through a dozen big league organizations, a couple of cruel demotions in the minors, a bunch of near-misses in October.