25 April 2014

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Bangladesh opposition leader Khaleda asks court to halt trial

DHAKA  Bangladesh opposition leader Khaleda Zia was set Sunday to launch a last-ditch legal bid to avoid standing trial for corruption, a case she says would destroy her already weakened centre-right party.The two-time former premier had been expected to go on trial from Monday, after being indicted last month on charges she and associates embezzled more than $650,000, accusations that could see her jailed for life.Zia's lawyers have called the charges politically motivated, aimed at

US condemns armed attack on Hamid Mir

US condemns armed attack on Hamid Mir WASHINGTON: The United States condemns the vicious attack on television journalist Hamid Mir in Karachi on Saturday, the latest in a series of worrisome attacks on journalists in Pakistan.According to a statement issued from US State Department, freedom of the press, including ensuring that journalists can safely carry out their vital mission, is of paramount importance to freedom of expression and to the healthy functioning of any democracy.US Ambassador in Pakistan Richard Olson said just recently, attacks like

China sacks state firm head amid corruption allegations

China sacks state firm head amid corruption allegationsSHANGHAI: China on Saturday announced the removal of the head of one its major state-owned firms, conglomerate China Resources, for suspected law violations, state media reported using terms which typically refer to corruption.Chinese President Xi Jinping has pursued a highly-publicised anti-graft drive since taking office, vowing to go after both senior "tigers" and low-level "flies".The ruling Communist Party sacked Song Lin as chairman and party chief of China

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