Second Canadian Sent to China’s Death Row in as Many Days

HONG KONG—China has imposed the death penalty on a second Canadian citizen for drug-related offenses in as many days, amid

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China Hacked Vatican Ahead of Negotiations, U.S. Cybersecurity Firm Says

A Chinese-state-backed group recently hacked into Vatican computers on the eve of important negotiations with Beijing, according to a U.S.

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Najib Razak, Former Malaysian Prime Minister, Found Guilty in 1MDB Case

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia—A court in Malaysia found former Prime Minister Najib Razak guilty of money laundering, abuse of power and

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Goldman Sachs Settles 1MDB Dispute With Malaysia for $3.9 Billion

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. reached a $3.9 billion settlement with Malaysia in connection with a multibillion-dollar scandal that has plagued

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U.S. Accuses Two Hackers of Stealing Secrets From American Firms for China

The U.S. government accused two hackers in China of targeting U.S. firms involved in coronavirus research, in a wide-ranging indictment

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U.S. Files First Case Against a Company for Violating North Korea Sanctions

A unit of a U.K. tobacco firm agreed to pay a $666,000 penalty to resolve criminal charges that it facilitated

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EU’s Top Court Restricts Personal-Data Transfers to U.S., Citing Surveillance Concerns

Thousands of companies will face restrictions on storing information about European Union residents on U.S. servers, after the bloc’s top

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