Stories from 2 December 2015
"Singaporeans can enjoy a good show without their consciences being affronted by lewd acts in the name of entertainment."
Saudi threatens to sue anyone who compares its penal system to ISIS, China cuts mobile phone service for ethnic minorities and Google goes to bat for fair use.
Accusations that China has hacked Australia's Bureau of Meteorology have brought swift online responses down under.
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"One for all and all for humanity, we are and will forever be united"
"I stood in my shoes stunned! And I wondered. Where am I?" Netizens give the winter wonderland decor at Trinidad's international airport a chilly reception.
The sentence was criticised far and wide with many taking to social media, comparing Saudi Arabia's penal code and punishments to that executed by ISIS.
"Major skyscrapers and landmarks disappear overnight. I cannot for the life of me see what color the traffic lights at the opposite end of the road are."
"Orange has been ripping us off for years...Enough is enough. It must stop."
"The article in this space was removed by our printer in Thailand. The International New York Times and its editorial staff had no role in its removal."
Fears of a Political Purge Grow in China as Editor and Professor Are Sacked for ‘Improper Discussion’
"So the question is: who defines what is improper or not? Who is the judge?"
"Trinidad and Tobago is the second highest carbon emitter per capita in the world. We are here to show our decision makers that we want them to recognise our responsibility."