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Malaysia proposes RM86 million fine on Grab for abusive practices

UPDATED 3.54PM | This is for violating the country's competition law by imposing restrictive clauses on its drivers.

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Refinitiv removes Reuters story on HK protests from screens in China

Financial information provider Refinitiv has removed a Reuters report from its Eikon terminals in China.

by Tony Munroe, Reuters
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Reuters reporters in Myanmar freed from prison after more than 500 days

Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo had been convicted in September and sentenced to seven years in jail.

by Reuters
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US criticises Myanmar court decision on Reuters journos

It expresses deep concern with Myanmar's recent arrests of journalists, activists.

by Reuters
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Myanmar's top court rejects final appeal by jailed Reuters journalists

The duo had been sentenced to seven years in jail for breaking the Official Secrets Act.

by Reuters
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US senators urge Pompeo to press for release of Reuters journalists jailed in Myanmar

Republicans and Democrats unite in call for the Trump administration to do what it takes to set the imprisoned journos free.

by Patricia Zengerle, Reuters
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US state secretary urges release of detained Reuters reporters

Mike Pompeo calls for their immediate release in meeting with Myanmar's Foreign Minister Kyaw Tin.

by Reuters
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Najib denies blaming 1MDB board for scandal

He will make a further clarification at the appropriate time, says a spokesperson.

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Young Afghan women design games on opium abuse, inequality

More than 20 young women coders have uploaded more than 20 games on digital app stores.

by Reuters
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Toronto police eye deadly van attack suspect's 'cryptic message'

Alek Minassian referred to an "incel rebellion", in which men blame women for their "involuntary celibacy".

by Reuters
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Remand extended for Reuters reporters arrested in Myanmar

Reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo insist they have not been mistreated in custody.

by Reuters
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Myanmar wields its own OSA against Reuters reporters

How the law, introduced when Burma was under British rule, is being used to silence the press.

by Simon Lewis, Reuters
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Myanmar journalists to go black after arrests of Reuters reporters

Black Campaign will “signify the dark age of media freedom,” says journalist group.

by Reuters
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Myanmar confirms arrests of two Reuters journalists

Official says action will be taken against Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, but for unknown reasons.

by Reuters
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