China to prosecute former Interpol chief for graft
BEIJING: China will prosecute former Interpol chief Meng Hongwei for graft after an investigation found he was suspected of taking bribes and breaking discipline rules, the ruling Communist Party's anti-corruption watchdog said on Wednesday.
Meng has also been expelled from the party, it added.
Last year, Interpol, the France-based global police coordination organisation, said Meng had resigned as its president after French authorities said he had been reported missing by his wife after travelling to his home country.
The leaders of China, France, Germany and the EU were set to meet in Paris on Tuesday for “unprecedented” talks on how to improve ties, despite growing jitters over Beijing’s massive investments in Europe.
NATIONS: Russia sent home nearly two-thirds of some 30,000 North Koreans working there during 2018 and China repatriated more than half, but did not specify a figure, according to unpublished reports by Moscow and Beijing to the United Nations Security Council.
China has never forced debt upon participants of its new Silk Road project as “prejudiced” critics have suggested, the country’s top diplomat said on Saturday in a strongly worded defence of a key policy platform of President
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The Federal Public Prosecution has issued a statement on hate speech being treated as a crime in accordance with the Federal Law No. 2 of 2015 on combating discrimination and hatred.
Two educators in Dubai—one a practising lawyer from the US and the other, a human resources/psychology expert/journalist in the Philippines—have reminded parents of their huge responsibility in getting involved with their children’s lives especially so that several studies from all parts of the world have disclosed the wicked effects of the unmonitored and unhealthy use of the Internet and the social media.