KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - A Malaysian rights group filed a suit in a domestic court against a Singapore minister on Friday, seeking to challenge his order to attach a correction to an article on its blog that accused the city-state of illegal execution practices. … [Read more...] about Malaysian rights group sues Singapore minister over ‘fake news’ directive
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Like former Fox News personality Juliet Huddy (who threatened to sue the network over sexual harassment allegations against Bill O’Reilly and then-Fox News Co-President Jack Abernethy), and liberal opinion contributors Julie Roginsky (who sued Fox News over Ailes’s alleged demands for sex in exchange for a spot on The Five) and Tamara Holder (who complained that she was sexually assaulted at work by a Fox News Latino executive), Bakhtiar has been unable to secure an on-camera TV job since being forced out of Fox News. … [Read more...] about Why Can’t These Ex-Fox News Women Get New TV Jobs?
Bernstein, who lives in California and left Fox News 15 years ago, asks for unspecified reputational, economic, emotional, punitive, and other damages. O’Reilly’s attorney, Fredric S. Newman, responded in a statement: “Bill O’Reilly has never mentioned the plaintiff’s name publicly in any context. And as the original New York Times story makes clear, this was absolutely not a case of sexual harassment. So today’s lawsuit has absolutely no merit, and Mr. O’Reilly will respond aggressively in court.” … [Read more...] about Fox News and Bill O’Reilly in the Lawsuit Crosshairs Again
DAVOS: Giving a cricket analogy from the past to bolster his case about his country's resource richness and growth potential, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday said they once used to thrash seven-times bigger India and were seen as a force to reckon with. He said Pakistan was a big force in hockey and so many other sports too, while it has always been a rich country in terms of human and natural resources, but an entrenched corruption derailed the growth story over last few decades. "In 60s, Pakistan was shining and it was like an Asian role model. I grew up with that hope but we let ourselves down because unfortunately democracy couldn't get grounded in Pakistan. When democracy faltered, army came in...," Khan said here at a breakfast session on the sidelines of the WEF 2020. Khan said he realised that if Pakistan has good governance it will rise. "The founding fathers of Pakistan were brilliant and men of complete integrity. They wanted Pakistan to be humane, just … [Read more...] about We used to quash 7-times bigger India in cricket: Imran Khan on Pak’s growth potential
Fortunately enough, it's easy to catch up before The Mandalorian season 2 kicks off sometime later this year - all you need to do is get a Disney Plus sign-up. Because the series is exclusive to that streaming service, that's also the only way of tuning in unless a DVD or Blu-ray release happens somewhere down the line. Luckily, Disney Plus won't set you back all that much anyway; its cost is surprisingly low, and you can always try it out first via a Disney Plus free trial if you're still undecided. … [Read more...] about How to watch The Mandalorian online and on TV around the world