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Brunei invokes laws allowing stoning for gay sex, adultery

Apr 3, 2019

Brunei invokes Islamic laws that punish gay sex and adultery by stoning, triggering international outcry

Singapore carrier grounds 2 Boeing 787-10 jets after checks

Apr 2, 2019

Singapore Airlines grounds 2 Boeing 787-10 jets with engine issues

Report finds gaps in 2015 probe of mass graves in Malaysia

Mar 27, 2019

A report has found gaps in the investigation and possible obstruction of justice involving Malaysia's 2015 discovery of mass graves believed to be of Rohingya Muslims and Bangladeshis held in trafficking camps in a jungle area on its border with Thailand

Amnesty slams Brunei's new 'vicious' Islamic criminal laws

Mar 27, 2019

Amnesty International has slammed plans by Brunei to implement what the rights group calls "vicious" Islamic criminal laws such as stoning to death for gay sex and amputation for theft

Scott Hend wins Maybank Championship in playoff

Mar 24, 2019

Scott Hend overcame a rain stoppage to capture the Maybank Championship title in dramatic fashion after he beat Nacho Elvira at the first play-off hole in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday

Nacho Elvira edges closer to Maybank Championship title

Mar 23, 2019

Nacho Elvira took a big step towards clinching a first European Tour title after he fired a 6-under-par 66 for a two-shot advantage over David Lipsky after the third round at the Maybank Championship on Saturday

Pieters takes halfway lead at Maybank Championship

Mar 22, 2019

Ernie Els is two shots behind Maybank Championship leader Thomas Pieters on a crowded leaderboard after the second round in Kuala Lumpur

Fraser and Elvira share Maybank Championship lead

Mar 21, 2019

Former champion Marcus Fraser and Nacho Elvira turned in 7-under-par 65s for the joint lead of the Maybank Championship

Danish badminton player Persson banned over match-fixing

Mar 21, 2019

Former top-10 player Joachim Persson of Denmark was banned for 18 months by the Badminton World Federation in regard to match-fixing

Asian Cup host UAE fined $150K for fans targeting Qatar

Mar 11, 2019

Asian Cup host United Arab Emirates has been fined $150,000 for fan misconduct during the team's semifinal loss to eventual champion Qatar

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