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Eremas Wartoto had been living in Australia since 2011 after being charged with misappropriating $3 million earmarked for a high school. He returned to PNG this month after it was revealed he had been living in Cairns on a 457 visa, which has since
Morocco A Moroccan court has convicted two men of homosexuality and public indecency and sentenced each to four months in prison. Prosecutors at the Temara court near the capital Rabat said at Monday's trial that the men, aged 28 and 19, were caught
The inspection showed that the construction of a guesthouse on a terrain on the territory of the village of Vrata violated the construction terms in the security zone of the Thracian rock sanctuary Belintash...Ministry of Culture in line with the
A company that monitors global Internet traffic says another branch of the Venezuela-to-Cuba undersea fiber-optic cable has come online, connecting the island to nearby Jamaica. Internet analysis firm Renesys says it detected the new traffic between
Taipei, May 21 (CNA) The Kingdom of Swaziland, a diplomatic ally of Taiwan in southern Africa, issued a statement Monday condemning the Philippines over an incident in which a Taiwanese fisherman was shot and killed by a government vessel May 9.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's upcoming visit to Pakistan will prove to be a milestone in the relationship between the two "old friends," Pakistan's Ambassador to China Masood Khalid said in an interview. During his first overseas tour as the Chinese
Published May 21, 2013 FoxNews.com A mid-level State Department official sidelined in the aftermath of the Benghazi terror attack is speaking out, publicly accusing his bosses of scapegoating him for the security lapses in eastern Libya. Raymond
Another Bosnian citizen, a member of the Muslim Salafi movement, has been killed in the fighting in Syria, according to media reports. (Beta/AP, file) The man's identity has not been revealed. Bosnian Salafis have left their country to take part in
Published May 21, 2013 FoxNews.com A mountaineer is reportedly under fire from the Nepalese government for his "illegal" call from the top of Mount Everest. British climber Daniel Hughes called the BBC for a live video interview from the summit of
Even with new leader Kim Jong-un at the helm, North Korea remains the most reclusive and closed country in the world: It is a police state inside a totalitarian system ruled by a family dynasty that encourages a cultish ideology and following.