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China sentences Muji over Taiwan label on hanger wrap

One of Japan's most famous retailers was in trouble over the politically sensitive issue of Taiwan in China. Muji – known for his household goods, clothes and stationery – was recently charged $ 200,000 ($ 31,000) by the Shanghai authorities after the officials found that the company had imported a lot of hangers packed in one package which Taiwan called …

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China sentences Anbang founders to 18 years for fraud

HONGKONG – Wu Xiaohui, the Chinese magnate who became known internationally to buy the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, was sentenced to 18 years in prison on Thursday after he was guilty of cheating investors. Mr. Wu was convicted by a court in Shanghai of using the Anbang Insurance Group, which he founded, to cheat investors in excess of $ 10 billion …

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Iraq Sentences 19 Russian women for joining IS

A court in Iraq sentenced 19 Russian women to life imprisonment for membership in the terrorist group Islamic State The Baghdad Central Criminal Court, which deals with terrorism, also condemned six Azerbaijani women and four from Tajikistan Most of the defendants told the court that they had been sent to Iraq by IS fighters against their will from Turkey. Earlier …

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The Turkish court sentences 14 journalists and newspaper clerks to prison terms

Murat Sabuncu, editor-in-chief of Cumhuriyet newspaper, smiles after being released from the prison complex in Silivri, Turkey in March. A Turkish court sentenced Murat Sabuncu along with journalists and other senior newspaper officials to terrorist attacks Wednesday. (Cemil Özdemir / AP) ISTANBUL – A Turkish court on Wednesday imposed jail sentences against a group of journalists and collaborators working for …

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Turkish court sentences 13 From newspaper to terrorism charges

"I see this as an attack on us and against the entire community of journalists, against all our colleagues, so that we do not practice journalism in Turkey and are scared," added Sabuncu. "We may go to jail again if necessary, and we will continue to be journalistically brave." The defendants convicted on Wednesday were part of a larger group …

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Turkey hands prison sentences to journalists

Silivri (Turkey) (AFP) – A Turkish court on Wednesday condemned journalists from the opposition daily Cumhuriyet for helping outlawed "terrorist" organizations, but the editors remained defiant and did not swear their "honorable" journalism. Cumhuriyet – which simply means "republic" – was founded in 1924 after the founding of the Turkish Republic in 1923. The daily sharply criticized President Recep Tayyip …

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Vox Sentences: Do not drink alcohol in Indonesia

Vox Sentences is your daily summary of what's happening in the world, curated by Ella Nilsen. Sign up for the Vox Sentences Newsletter delivered directly to your inbox from Monday to Friday, or check out the Vox Sentences Archive for earlier editions. Paul Ryan makes a big announcement; Dozens of people in Indonesia die from alcohol abuse. An ungrateful job …

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