Hypnotic “Zombie” Drug Made From Flowers Used to Steal Millions

An unusual drugs story is doing the rounds this week, with reports that two Chinese women in Paris have been arrested for blowing “devils breath” drug into people’s faces, which has results in a strong […]

Massive Data Breach at London Sexual Health Clinic Reveals 800 HIV Patients Details

A London sexual health clinic has accidentally revealed the identities of 780 HIV patients, in what is thought to be the biggest data breach of its kind, reports London’s Evening Standard. A member of staff […]

Riots in India over Residence Law Leave Three Dead

Riots over residence law in the Indian state of Manipur last night have left three people dead, and injured scores more, reports The National. The mob violence follows new legislation defining who can claim to […]

Phuketwan Journalists Found Not Guilty

Austrailan editor Alan Morison and his Thai reporter colleague Chutima Sidasathian, have been found not guilty in this morning’s highly anticipated verdict, reports the Guardian. The Phuket based journalists stood trial on charges of defamation […]

Australian Journalist “Hopeful” Ahead of Defamation Verdict Tomorrow

Australian journalist Alan Morison says he is “hopeful” for tomorrow’s verdict at Phuket Criminal Court, where he is being tried for allegedly defaming the Royal Thai Navy. As the Sydney Morning Herald reports, Morison, 67, […]

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