Despite ‘a lot of new information’, prosecutors decided ‘the evidence is at the moment not concrete enough to lead to new prosecutions’.
Indonesia, this year’s chair of Asean, reportedly wants to appoint Jokowi’s right-hand man Luhut Pandjaitan, a retired general, as special envoy to Myanmar.
The proposed tightening of green belt planning rules is going to make it harder to site garden communities on land proposed for release from the green belt in England, according to planning law experts who specialise in garden community projects.
A new US-India pact on development in semiconductors, artificial intelligence and telecommunications has touched a nerve in Beijing.
Para swimmer Koh Lee Peng started selling tissue in 2019 after leaving her office job due to accessibility issues. She won seven gold medals and three silver medals at the Asean Para Games.
A recent ruling by the High Court in London highlights the willingness of the UK courts to apply pragmatic thinking to novel questions of law as it applies to digital assets, an expert has said.
Last month, Singapore’s Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau issued ‘stern warnings’ to six former senior managers of Keppel O&M in lieu of prosecution due to a ‘lack of sufficient evidence’.
China on Monday lifted a Covid-era ban on overseas group tours, with Thailand among the 20 approved destinations. The Southeast Asian nation is aiming to draw at least 5 million Chinese visitors this year.
Three crew members were rescued following the accident late on Saturday; more than 30 coastguard vessels and at least 8 coastguard and military aircraft continued searching the area on Sunday afternoon.
Malaysia’s grand old party is refreshing its ranks after the Islamist PAS party swept the November election in a ‘green wave’ to land Umno a crushing defeat.