• Kylie Jenner Dons Bikini, Poses Hard

    Kylie Jenner has posted yet another picture of herself looking hot in a bikini. The body confident Kardashian – who is about to turn 18 – posted the anything but subtle snap while getting ready for a ‘pool day’ with her sister Kourtney. On the same day, Kylie moved over to SnapChat to post another photo in which she reckons she’s not wearing any make-up – but still looks amazing, so that’s fine.

  • Watch: Virgin Atlantic Plane Overtaken By ‘UFO’ Over Skies Of New York

    This is the spooky moment a jumbo jet taking off from New York was seemingly overtaken in the air by a UFO. The incredible footage shows the Virgin Atlantic plane flying from JFK airport before a mystery object is seen in the distance flying quickly past it.

  • Navy seeks out ways to squeeze more life out of attack subs

    As it tries to get the most out of its $2.6 billion attack submarines, the U.S. Navy is finding a lot depends on the right paint job. A new painting process that helps keep marine life from fouling the hulls is among dozens of innovations aimed at reducing the maintenance needs for attack submarines, which are coming out of service faster than they can be replaced.

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  • Ambiga: Who donated RM2.6b to Najib?

    Prominent lawyer Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan urged Malaysia’s graftbusters today to reveal the source of the RM2.6 billion that they claimed had been deposited by “donors” into Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s personal bank accounts. According to Ambiga, if the donations had come from a foreign source, it would likely be in breach of several laws, including those covering money laundering. In my view, the statement by MACC still causes me concern as it means whoever donated such large sums is likely to expect benefit,” said the former Bar Council president, using the acronym for the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission.

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  • Box office top 20: 'Mission: Impossible' nets $55.5 million

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — "Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation" coasted to the top of the box office in its first weekend in theaters, collecting a solid $55.5 million.It was slightly less than the Sunday estimates indicated and represented the third-best opening

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  • Probe RM2.6b donation in PM’s account for money laundering, Bank Negara urged

    An anti-corruption group urged Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) today to launch an investigation into the RM2.6 billion contribution from donors in Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s account, saying the purported donation could be a form of money laundering. The Centre to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4) director Cynthia Gabriel also said the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) should divulge more information on the source of the funds, which the commission had earlier confirmed was from “donors” and not from 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) as previously claimed. “The Anti-Money Laundering Act needs to be invoked immediately to examine if it was laundered money and illicit money that was transferred in the prime minister’s account.

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Report: Adidas making $200 million bid to lure James Harden away from Nike

    After deciding earlier this year that it would not attempt to extend its contract as the NBA's official apparel provider, opening the door for Nike to swoop in and swoosh up NBA gear after the 2016-17 season for the hefty reported price of $1 billion, Adidas is reportedly gearing up to make a major push to lure one of the game's top superstars — Houston Rockets shooting guard James Harden — away from Nike and into its stable of endorsers. The company has submitted a bid of $200 million over 13 years to sign Houston Rockets guard James Harden, sources told ESPN.com. Nike, whose deal with Harden recently expired, has until the end of next week to match the deal or lose him.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • China's island-building faces scrutiny at Asia security talks

    Beijing faces pressure over its island-building in the South China Sea during high-level Asian security meetings this week that will include the top US and Chinese diplomats. China is expanding tiny reefs into islands and topping some with military posts to reinforce its disputed claims over the strategic sea, fanning fears of a regional arms race and possible conflict. Southeast Asia's human-trafficking problem and concerns over North Korean missile launches are also expected to be among the issues discussed at the talks in Kuala Lumpur.

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  • Bobbi Kristina ‘death photo sold’

    Bobbi Kristina’s family are concerned after a picture was reportedly taken of her dead body and sold to the media. TMZ reports that the unnamed media outlet has paid $100,000 for the picture of the 22-year-old’s body lying in her casket ahead of her funeral at the weekend. It is not known who took the photograph, but TMZ previously reported that Bobbi Kristina’s father Bobby Brown and his family were worried that her late mother Whitney Houston’s family might pull a stunt like what has happened, as the same thing occurred at the singer’s funeral back in 2012.

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  • Moroccan suffocates trying to enter Spain in suitcase

    A 27-year-old Moroccan man suffocated to death while trying to illegally enter Spain hidden inside a suitcase in the trunk of a car, police said Monday. The man's older brother appears to have tried to smuggle him into Spain by ferry. The older man, aged 34, legally boarded the ferry linking Melilla, a tiny Spanish territory in north Africa, and Almeria in southern Spain with a car on Sunday, a police spokesman said.

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  • US stocks drop, led by another fall in the energy sector

    Another bad day for the energy sector pulled down stocks on Monday. The energy sector is down 15 percent this year, making it easily the worst performing industry group in the S&P 500 index. Earnings at energy companies have dropped almost 60 percent in the second quarter.

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  • AP WAS THERE: US drops atomic bombs on Japan in 1945

    EDITOR'S NOTE: On two days in August 1945, U.S. planes dropped two atomic bombs — one on Hiroshima, one on Nagasaki, the only times nuclear weapons have been used. A few days later, Japan announced its unconditional surrender. 6. — An atomic bomb, hailed as the most terrible destructive force in history and as the greatest achievement of organized science, has been loosed upon Japan.

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  • Sultan Johor audience with Muhyiddin

    JOHOR BARU: Umno deputy president Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin spent about an hour with the Sultan of Johor Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar at Istana Bukit Serene here today. Muhyiddin arrived in the Sultan's black Audi car at 3.30pm through the palace'

    New Straits Times
  • Climate: No 'Plan B' for oceans, says study

    Technology to drain heat-trapping CO2 from the atmosphere may slow global warming, but will not reverse climate damage to the ocean on any meaningful timescale, according to research published Monday. At the same time, a second study reported, even the most aggressive timetable for reducing greenhouse-gas emissions will need a big boost from largely untested carbon removal schemes to cap warming to two degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) above pre-industrial levels. Both studies, coming months before 195 nations meet in Paris in a bid to forge a climate pact, conclude that deep, swift cuts in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are crucial.

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  • Fight Club: Ronda Rousey claimed 12th win of her career inside 35 seconds

    Rousey kept the fight standing for the entire 34 seconds it lasted, and she absolutely manhandled Correia in the stand-up department. Rousey walked right through anything the Brazilian had to offer, landed a left hook that appeared to stun Correia before a follow-up knee to set up the right straight to the temple, which knocked her out cold to end the fight. Just for fun, let’s list off the time it took Rousey to dispatch her last four opponents.

  • LVMH's Tag Heuer says to close shop in Hong Kong

    LVMH's biggest watch brand, Tag Heuer, is planning to close one of its directly operated shops in Hong Kong due to the high rent and lower sales, the head of the luxury group's watch unit said on Monday. "I am not sure if the shop will be closed this year or next but for sure I want to close it because of high rental costs and a drop in traffic," Jean-Claude Biver told Reuters on Monday. LVMH is one of several luxury groups including Gucci-owner Kering which said last week they were trying to renegotiate rents and mulling closures after losing business among Chinese tourists who, partly for currency reasons, prefer to shop in Europe or Japan.

  • Putin spokesman sparks row with '$620,000 watch'

    Pictures of Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesman flashing a watch worth an alleged $620,000 on Monday sparked controversy in the crisis-hit country. Dmitry Peskov, who is given a broad remit to voice the views of the Kremlin strongman, was photographed wearing the pricey timepiece as he tied the knot with Olympic ice dancer Tatiana Navka on Saturday in the Black Sea resort of Sochi. Opposition politician and corruption whistleblower Alexei Navalny identified it as a limited edition watch designed by Richard Mille.

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  • Woman ‘Killed By Neighbour’ For Mowing Her Lawn In The Middle Of The Night

    A man is said to have shot dead her elderly neighbour because she was mowing her lawn late at night. James Blair was arrested after he allegedly shot dead pensioner Linda Ciotto after apparently losing his temper at the sound coming from her garden in Willard, Ohio, at 11pm. The 62-year-old woman was found dead outside her home with a gunshot wound to her head and shocked neighbours told police Blair killed her because of her late-night gardening session.

  • Flight MH370: What we know and what we don't

    Boeing 777 debris found on the island of Reunion appears to prove that missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 crashed in the Indian Ocean, but the cause of the disaster remains unknown. -- We know the plane was piloted by Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53, a highly respected airman with 33 years of experience at the state flag carrier. Fariq Abdul Hamid, 27, was his co-pilot.

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  • Family of woman sent home during heart attack gets $275,000

    Relatives of an Ohio woman who died after being sent home from a hospital while having a heart attack have reached a $275,000 settlement with the facility. Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center doesn't admit liability in the settlement approved last week by an Ohio Court of Claims judge. The family's attorneys say in court documents that Ella Whitehead complained of chest pain in April 2012 but was sent home by doctors while they awaited test results to confirm whether she was suffering a heart attack.

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