The Rio Times
· Ruling on Sexual Crimes During the Military Dictatorship in Argentina →
Six of the accused have now been sentenced to life imprisonment, four to prison sentences between 16 and 22 years.
· Revealed: conservative group fighting to restrict voting tied to powerful dark money network →
The project announced it was spending $250,000 in advertisements in April, warning against voting by mail and accusing Democrats of cheating.
· Iran, US prisoners held by two sides →
- Amin Hasanzadeh, a dual national defence contractor, appeared in court in November accused of stealing technical data from his employer and sending it to his brother in Iran with apparent ties to the military, according to public radio NPR.
· US lets corporations delay paying environmental fines amid pandemic →
BP was accused of emitting too much particle pollution, which is linked to asthma and heart attacks.
· YouTube fixes error that deleted comments critical of the Chinese Communist Party →
Without official explanation, politicians in the US including President Donald Trump have leapt on the story and used it to accuse YouTube’s parent company Google of a pro-China bias.
· First Thing: Twitter has started fact-checking Trump's tweets →
The president accused the social media platform of ‘stifling free speech’ after it labeled his false claims about voter fraud.
· Boris Johnson to face questions at Liaison Committee: What can he expect? →
The prime minister was accused of avoiding scrutiny when he cancelled his previous scheduled appearance before the committee in October, claiming he had to concentrate on “delivering Brexit”.
· US couple charged after child’s skeletal remains found in back yard →
According to WVLT News, the couple are also accused of abusing their three other children.
The China Post
· Israeli president calls Australian PM after teacher’s ruling →
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli President Reuven Rivlin said he spoke Wednesday with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, following an Israeli court ruling that a former teacher accused of sexually abusing her students in Australia was fit to stand trial and be extradited.
· Six food delivery riders charged with rioting in Puchong →
They were accused to have committed the offence along with 10 others, still at large, at 6.20pm on May 18 and charged under Section 147 of the Penal Code and read together with Section 34 of the same law, which provides for a maximum imprisonment of up to two years or a fine or both, upon conviction.