Hong Kong police charge 2 people with ‘collusion with a foreign country’ after arrests at Apple Daily newspaper

Police in Hong Kong have charged two senior bosses of the Apple Daily newspaper with “collusion with a foreign country” after officers entered the publication’s offices on Thursday and arrested five members of staff. … Read More >Hong Kong police charge 2 people with ‘collusion with a foreign country’ after arrests at Apple Daily newspaper

‘Never happened’: Aussie SAS corporal denies claims he ‘BLOODED’ rookie soldier by ordering him to kill prisoners

Former SAS corporal Ben Roberts-Smith has firmly rejected allegations he ever killed unarmed detainees in Afghanistan, as well as claims he ordered a rookie to kill unarmed Afghan men in a “blooding” ritual. … Read More >‘Never happened’: Aussie SAS corporal denies claims he ‘BLOODED’ rookie soldier by ordering him to kill prisoners

Suspect acquitted after cops replace cocaine with ICING SUGAR to nail would-be Australian trafficker

An attempted sting operation backfired for Australian police, after they intercepted a shipment of cocaine, swapped it with icing sugar, then busted the recipient. Transporting icing sugar, it turns out, is not a crime. … Read More >Suspect acquitted after cops replace cocaine with ICING SUGAR to nail would-be Australian trafficker

AstraZeneca must give 80mn Covid-19 doses to EU by September end, judge says as both parties claim victory in shortfall dispute

A Belgian court has said AstraZeneca only needs to supply the EU with 80 million doses of its Covid-19 vaccine, out of the 120 million sought by the bloc, but it faces fines if it misses certain set delivery targets. … Read More >AstraZeneca must give 80mn Covid-19 doses to EU by September end, judge says as both parties claim victory in shortfall dispute

Twitter India’s head called in for police questioning over refusal to remove video ‘inciting communal violence’ – reports

A top executive at Twitter’s Indian branch has received a police notice asking him to appear for questioning in Ghaziabad, after local authorities said the platform stoked communal hatred by refusing to remove a violent video. … Read More >Twitter India’s head called in for police questioning over refusal to remove video ‘inciting communal violence’ – reports

Tapes leaked to media reveal Bolivian coup government was plotting to overturn 2020 election loss with help from US mercenaries

Top cabinet officials in the caretaker government of Jeanine Anez plotted a second coup to stay in power in Bolivia, according to leaked documents. The plan allegedly involved hundreds of US mercenaries flown in from Florida. … Read More >Tapes leaked to media reveal Bolivian coup government was plotting to overturn 2020 election loss with help from US mercenaries