THE HAGUE: A UN-backed court on Thursday canceled the opening of a new trial of one of the killers of Lebanese ex-premier Rafic Hariri, a day after saying it risked closure as it has run out of money.
The Special Tribunal for Lebanon, based in the Netherlands, said the start of the trial on June 16 of Hezbollah suspect Salim Ayyash on charges of other attacks was “canceled due to lack of funds.”
Airbnb has permanently banned parties and events at homes on its platform, after a temporary measure during the pandemic proved popular with hosts. The firm says the rule has become "much more than a public health measure" since it was introduced in August 2020. "It...
Singer R. Kelly could face decades in prison when he is sentenced on Wednesday, nine months after being found guilty of running a scheme to sexually abuse women and children. In September, a New York jury convicted the disgraced pop star of racketeering and eight...
Millions of Australian bees are in "lockdown" and thousands will be destroyed after a deadly parasite was detected in the country. The varroa destructor was first found at a port near Sydney last week but has since been spotted in hives 100km away. The outbreak...
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