KUALA LUMPUR, (Reuters) – Ousted Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has been summoned by the anti-graft agency amid a probe into troubled state fund 1MDB, sources said yesterday, after police launched pre-dawn raids on premises linked to Najib and confiscated jewellery, luxury handbags and cash.
(Reuters) – At least eight people were killed today in a shooting at a high school in Santa Fe, Texas, a local sheriff said, with one person in custody and a second detained.
KUALA LUMPUR, (Reuters) – Malaysia’s ousted former premier Najib Razak was “totally shattered” the night he lost the general election and called his jailed rival Anwar Ibrahim twice for advice on what he should do, Anwar said on Thursday.
KUALA LUMPUR, (Reuters) – Malaysian police seized 284 boxes containing designer handbags and dozens of bags filled with cash and jewellery from a private residence linked to former prime minister Najib Razak last night.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – China is offering U.S. President Donald Trump a package of trade concessions and increased purchases of American goods aimed at cutting the U.S.
NEW YORK, (Reuters) – U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions yesterday barred immigration judges from a once-common practice of shelving deportation cases involving some immigrants with deep ties to the United States.
NEW YORK, (Reuters) – Thousands of people have signed an online petition calling for the disbarment of a New York lawyer accused of threatening to have cafe workers deported after he heard them speaking Spanish, an incident caught on video that went viral.
KINSHASA, (Reuters) – Congolese and U.N. officials were racing yesterday to prevent a runaway Ebola outbreak in Congo, working out the logistics of keeping newly arrived vaccines well below freezing in a steamy region on the equator with unreliable power.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – An intermediary of a Russian oligarch and associates of then-U.S.
MANAGUA, (Reuters) – Nicaraguan students taunted President Daniel Ortega with shouts of “murderer” as he spoke at an event aimed at negotiating a solution to weeks of deadly demonstrations that flared up again yesterday.
CARACAS, (Reuters) – Inmates at a crowded Caracas detention center revolted yesterday, with jailed opponents of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and a Mormon missionary from Utah begging for freedom and medical attention in postings on social media.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Oxfam Great Britain chief executive Mark Goldring, who was criticised for his handling of a scandal over the use of prostitutes in Haiti by Oxfam staff, will stand down at the end of the year, the organisation said on Wednesday.
NEW YORK, (Reuters) – A New York investment manager was arrested on Wednesday and charged with fraudulently raising about $21.9 million that he told his investors would be used to build an international airport in Belize, the U.S.
TOKYO, (Reuters) – The United Stated has demanded North Korea ship some nuclear warheads, an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) and other nuclear material overseas within six months, the Asahi newspaper said on Thursday, citing several sources familiar with North Korean issues.
KUALA LUMPUR, (Reuters) – Malaysian police conducted searches through the night and into today at five places linked to ousted Prime Minister Najib Razak, including the family home where he stays, a senior police officer said.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Prime Minister Theresa May’s government yesterday suffered its 15th defeat on legislation that will end Britain’s membership of the European Union when parliament’s upper chamber voted in favour of adding environmental safeguards to the bill.
SEOUL, (Reuters) – North Korea on Wednesday threw into question an unprecedented summit between its leader Kim Jong Un and U.S.
(Reuters) – U.S. oil company ConocoPhillips has brought new court actions to seize two cargoes of crude and fuel near a terminal operated by PDVSA subsidiary Citgo Petroleum in Aruba, the Aruban government confirmed yesterday.
LONDON/PARIS/WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – They were supposed to be the toughest sanctions the United States had ever imposed on a Russian oligarch.
CARACAS, (Reuters) – U.S.-based cereal maker Kellogg Co yesterday pulled out of Venezuela due to the country’s deep economic crisis, and an angry President Nicolas Maduro said its units would be taken over and given to workers.
PAHOA, Hawaii, (Reuters) – Explosions intensified on Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano yesterday, spewing ash and sparking a red alert for aviation for the first time since the latest eruption began 12 days ago.
THE KERCH STRAIT, (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin, driving a truck, unveiled the auto section of a new road-and-rail bridge linking Russia to the annexed Crimean peninsula yesterday, defying Ukraine which said the move showed cynical disregard for international law.
LONDON, (Reuters) – British authorities could have wrongly deported up to 63 immigrants from the Caribbean, the new interior minister said yesterday in the latest revelation on the Windrush scandal that cost his predecessor her job.
GAZA/JERUSALEM, (Reuters) – Israeli troops shot dead dozens of Palestinian protesters on the Gaza border yesterday when the high-profile opening of the U.S.
BAGHDAD, (Reuters) – Populist cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, a long-time adversary of the United States, has all but won Iraq’s parliamentary election, the electoral commission said, in a surprise turn of fortune for the Shi’ite leader.