Crime

Organizers looking into 'possible attack' on internet, Wi-Fi

Feb 10, 2018

Pyeongchang Olympic organizers are investigating a possible attack on their internet and Wi-Fi systems about 45 minutes before the opening ceremony

Thais arrest alleged Russian cybercrime market operator

Feb 9, 2018

Police in Thailand say they have arrested a Russian national accused by U.S. authorities of running an online cybercrime marketplace

USOC wants full investigation before deciding CEO's future

Feb 9, 2018

USOC leaders will wait for investigation before deciding CEO Blackmun's future

Study: Extremists still flourishing in Indonesia's prisons

Feb 9, 2018

A new study has found Indonesia's overcrowded prisons are ill-equipped to deal with Islamic militant inmates, hampering efforts to prevent the spread of violent radicalism

Court told woman in Kim Jong Nam killing was paid for pranks

Feb 9, 2018

A defense lawyer tells Malaysian court an Indonesian woman accused of killing the estranged half brother of North Korea's leader was paid for acting in prank shows at the airport, hotels and shopping mall just weeks earlier

Skulls in the mail: Indonesia foils artifact smuggling

Feb 9, 2018

Customs officials on the Indonesian tourist island of Bali say they've foiled an attempt to mail 24 elaborately decorated human skulls to the Netherlands

Hong Kong court rejects UK banker's double murder appeal

Feb 9, 2018

Hong Kong court rejects British banker's appeal of conviction in gruesome murders of two Indonesian women

Thai activists who protested junta surrender to police

Feb 8, 2018

Thai democracy activists turn themselves in to police after being summoned in connection with a protest calling for the ruling military government to step down and relinquish power through elections

China, African Union deny report bloc's building was bugged

Feb 8, 2018

Chinese and African officials say a report that China bugged the African Union headquarters is a ploy to undermine their relations

Vietnam jails activist for livestreaming pollution march

Feb 7, 2018

A court in central Vietnam has sentenced an activist to 14 years in jail for livestreaming fishermen marching to file a lawsuit against a Taiwan-owned steel plant's spill of toxins into the ocean