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Russia sending tanks, rocket launchers to Ukraine rebels: US
Russia sending tanks, rocket launchers to Ukraine rebels: US

The United States accused Russia of sending tanks and rocket launchers to pro-Moscow rebels in Ukraine.

Russia sending tanks, rocket launchers to Ukraine rebels: US
Photo courtesy of voiceofrussia.com
N. Korea sentences S. Korean 'spy' to hard labour for life

North Korea sentenced a South Korean missionary to hard labour for life after accusing him of espionage and setting up an underground church, state media said Saturday, the latest Christian preacher to run into trouble in the secretive state.

N. Korea sentences S. Korean 'spy' to hard labour for life
Photo courtesy of news.nom.co
Two Koreas accuse each other of lying about shelling

Seoul Friday accused North Korea of a "blatant lie" in claiming it had not fired shells near a South Korean warship and said Pyongyang had threatened to bombard its military vessels.

Two Koreas accuse each other of lying about shelling
Liu Han, former chairman of Hanlong Mining. ©Reuters/Stringer
China sentences mining tycoon to death

A Chinese court on Friday convicted a mining billionaire said to have links with former security tsar Zhou Yongkang of murder and sentenced him to death.

China sentences mining tycoon to death
©Reuters/Damir Sagolj
Teenager test case in Maldives death penalty revival

A 16-year-old boy has been charged with murder over a fatal stabbing in the Maldives, becoming the first minor to be accused of a capital offence since the death penalty was reintroduced, officials said.

Teenager test case in Maldives death penalty revival
Fatima Perez. Photo courtesy of nydailynews.com
Two US men arrested for burying woman alive

Two American men have been accused of burying a woman alive, according to court documents released Friday after the pair was arrested and charged with murder.

Two US men arrested for burying woman alive
Crew members of the sunken ferry Sewol. Photo courtesy of scmp.com
Four crew of S. Korean ferry charged with manslaughter

The captain and three other crew members of the ferry that sank off South Korea last month were indicted Thursday on charges of manslaughter through gross negligence, Yonhap news agency reported.

Four crew of S. Korean ferry charged with manslaughter
Gerry Adams 'received death threat' after release
Gerry Adams 'received death threat' after release

Irish republican leader Gerry Adams received a "credible" death threat following his release after four days of questioning over a notorious IRA killing in Belfast, his party said.

Gerry Adams 'received death threat' after release
N.Ireland republicans rally against Gerry Adams arrest
N.Ireland republicans rally against Gerry Adams arrest

Hundreds of supporters of detained republican leader Gerry Adams rallied in Belfast on Saturday after Northern Ireland police obtained an extension to quiz him over a notorious IRA murder.

N.Ireland republicans rally against Gerry Adams arrest
Photo a courtesy of Tenizbayev's VK.com page
Long way home: Tenizbayev acquitted by British jury

The Kazakh teenager, arrested on charges of sexual harassment in London on August 2013, was acquitted in a jury trial.

Long way home: Tenizbayev acquitted by British jury
Kazakhstan Minister of Agriculture Asylzhan Mamytbekov. Tengrinews.kz file photo
Kazakhstan Minister of Agriculture to resign if Umiryayev found guilty

Kazakhstan Minister of Agriculture Asylzhan Mamytbekov is ready to resign in case Vice-Minister of Agriculture Muslim Umiryayev is guilty.

Kazakhstan Minister of Agriculture to resign if Umiryayev found guilty
©Reuters/Gary Cameron
Australia deli sued over 'semen' in bottled water

An Australian woman is suing a deli after drinking bottled water that allegedly contained semen, lawyers said Friday, with claims that DNA showed it matched the owner of the business.

Australia deli sued over 'semen' in bottled water
Azamat Tenizbayev (L). Photo courtesy of the sportsman's personal page in VKontakte
Kazakh teen released on bail is electronically tagged in London

The Kazakh teenager, arrested on charges of sexual harassment, was released on bailed but has to wear an ankle monitoring bracelet.

Kazakh teen released on bail is electronically tagged in London
Jang Song Thaek, North Korean leaders' uncle. ©Reuters/Kim Hong-Ji
North Korea says leader's uncle sacked for 'criminal' acts

North Korea has said leader Kim Jong-Un's uncle was removed from office for committing "criminal" acts and for leading a "counter-revolutionary faction", state news agency KCNA reported Monday.

North Korea says leader's uncle sacked for 'criminal' acts
Alma Shalabayeva with her daughter. Photo courtesy of uralskweek.kz
Ablyazov’s wife asks to leave Kazakhstan, but is waved off

Ablyazov’s wife Alma Shalabayeva has applied to the Kazakhstan authorities asking for a permission to travel abroad, but was waved off for not providing a substantiation for the request.

Ablyazov’s wife asks to leave Kazakhstan, but is waved off
China accuses Japan of 'dangerous provocation' at sea

Beijing's military accused Tokyo of a "highly dangerous provocation" by interfering in Chinese live-fire drills in the Pacific last week, warning that Japanese lives could be at stake.

China accuses Japan of 'dangerous provocation' at sea
Huang Shyh-ming. Photo courtesy of wantchinatimes.com
Taiwan's top prosecutor indicted on leaking secrets

Taiwan's chief prosecutor was indicted Friday for leaking confidential information to President Ma Ying-jeou about a controversial probe into influence peddling claims.

Taiwan's top prosecutor indicted on leaking secrets
Gambia's President Al Hadji Yahya Jammeh. ©Reuters/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
US denies plotting against Gambia leaders

The United States refuted Thursday what it said were "baseless accusations" that it was plotting against the government of the tiny west African nation of Gambia.

US denies plotting against Gambia leaders
Libyan PM accuses 'political party' of kidnapping him
Libyan PM accuses 'political party' of kidnapping him

Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has accused a "political party" of organising his brief abduction by armed gunmen on Thursday, the latest example of the lawlessness prevailing since Moamer Kadhafi's overthrow.

Libyan PM accuses 'political party' of kidnapping him
Venezuela accuses US of blocking diplomatic efforts
Venezuela accuses US of blocking diplomatic efforts

Venezuela accused the United States of hampering its diplomatic efforts Thursday, saying Washington was denying airspace to its China-bound president and blocking visas for its UN delegation.

Venezuela accuses US of blocking diplomatic efforts