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Chinese University Denies Its Professors Stole U.S. Trade Secrets

published about 8 hours ago
Tianjin University, where three of the six indicted scientists worked, defended its professors’ ethics and denied that it had benefited from any alleged theft.

World Briefing | Asia: South Korea: Ex-Executive Is Freed in Ruling on ‘Nut Rage’ Episode

published about 10 hours ago
A former Korean Air vice president who had ordered a plane back to its gate in a rage over how she was served macadamia nuts was released from prison after an appeals-court judge reduced her sentence.

Former Korean Air Executive in ‘Nut Rage’ Case Freed After Sentence Cut

published about 11 hours ago
Cho Hyun-ah, who forced a plane back to its gate over how she was served nuts, is released after an appeals court reduced and then suspended her sentence.

Exit From Refuge Was on Bin Laden’s Mind

published about 15 hours ago
Exit From Refuge Was on Bin Laden’s Mind
In a letter to one of his wives, Osama bin Laden wrote that his hosts in Abbottabad, Pakistan, appeared to have grown weary of housing him.

In Reversal, Myanmar Agrees to Attend Meeting on Migrant Crisis

published 1 day ago
In Reversal, Myanmar Agrees to Attend Meeting on Migrant Crisis
Officials had previously rejected attending any conference that specifically mentioned the plight of ethnic Rohingya migrants fleeing persecution in Myanmar.