• Football: Hazard warns Chelsea, as Leicester face storm

    Eden Hazard has warned Chelsea not to lose their focus as the runaway Premier League leaders approach the final furlong in the title race, while crisis-torn champions Leicester face up to life without sacked boss Claudio Ranieri. Antonio Conte's side are eight points clear at the top with just 13 games remaining and they have a golden opportunity to extend that lead when they host lowly Swansea on Saturday. Second placed Manchester City are not in action this weekend because their derby against Manchester United was postponed due to their rivals' League Cup final showdown with Southampton on Sunday.

    AFP News 28 mins ago
  • The Latest: Police say nerve agent found on killed N.Korean

    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — The Latest on the investigation into the killing of Kim Jong Nam, the half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (all times local):

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  • Top Philippine drug war critic arrested at Senate: AFP

    The highest-profile critic of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's deadly drug war was arrested on Friday following an overnight vigil at the Senate, according to AFP reporters who witnessed her surrendering to police. In comments to journalists moments before police detained her, Senator Leila de Lima declared she was innocent of drug trafficking charges that could see her jailed for life and vowed to keep speaking out against Duterte's "repression". Please pray for me," de Lima told reporters outside her Senate office.

    AFP News 51 mins ago
  • US factory CEOs to Trump: Jobs exist; skills don't

    President Donald Trump brought two dozen manufacturing CEOs to the White House on Thursday and declared their collective commitment to restoring factory jobs lost to foreign competition. Yet some of the ...

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  • David Hasselhoff planning quiet Italian wedding

    The actor has been dating Welsh model Hayley Roberts for six years.

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  • NBA Mavericks send Bogut to 76ers in Noel deal: reports

    Australian center Andrew Bogut has been traded from the Dallas Mavericks to the Philadelphia 76ers in an NBA deal sending forward Nerlens Noel to Dallas, according to multiple reports Thursday. As the league's transfer window slammed shut ahead of the resumption of games after the NBA All-Star Game break, teams made final moves to tweak rosters for playoff runs or reduce payrolls in hopes of free agency spending next July. ESPN, Fox Sports and Yahoo Sports all reported the swap, which sees the Mavericks also send guard Justin Anderson and a first-round NBA Draft choice.

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  • Tottenham Spurs exit Europa League, Lyon in seventh heaven

    By Toby Davis LONDON (Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur's Europa League hopes were crushed by mid-table Belgian side Gent, who booked their spot in the last 16 with a 2-2 draw at Wembley on Thursday as the hosts paid the penalty for Dele Alli's first-half red card. Gent, eighth in their domestic league, went through 3-2 on aggregate after the second leg of the last-32 tie and will be joined in Friday's draw by Olympique Lyonnais who won 7-1 at home to AZ Alkmaar for an 11-2 triumph over two legs. Borussia Moenchengladbach stormed back from 3-0 down on aggregate to beat Fiorentina thanks to a 12-minute hat-trick from Lars Stindl and AS Roma cruised into the next round 4-1 despite a 1-0 home defeat against Villarreal.

  • Cnova posts 4Q profit

    The Eindhoven, Netherlands-based company said it had net income of 92 cents per share. Losses, adjusted to account for discontinued operations, came to 3 cents per share. The French and Brazilian e-commerce ...

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  • Man Who Sacrificed His Tesla Car to Save a Driver Gets a Surprise Gift from Tesla’s CEO

    Talk about good karma. A Tesla Model S owner who deliberately wrecked his car to save an unconscious driver on the road is getting his car repaired for free. And ... The post Man Who Sacrificed His Tesla Car to Save a Driver Gets a Surprise Gift from Tesla’s CEO appeared first on Carmudi Philippines Journal.

  • Japan first lady's praise for school removed amid scandal

    TOKYO (AP) — The Japanese first lady's endorsement of a private elementary school run by a man with ultra-nationalistic views has been removed from the school's website amid an escalating controversy over the low price the school paid for government land.

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  • In Malaysia, no complaints against theatre don accused of sexual abuse

    KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 24 — Students from a local varsity who studied under an American theatre don who has been accused of sexual abuse in the US never complained about his conduct, according to...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Four Indonesians wealthier than poorest 100 million: Oxfam

    The four richest Indonesians are wealthier than the poorest 100 million people in the country, a study has found, highlighting how huge numbers have been left behind as the economy booms. Oxfam said that President Joko Widodo had failed to fulfil pledges to fight inequality and called on the government to urgently increase spending on public services and make corporations and the wealthy pay more tax. Indonesia has enjoyed an economic boom that has reduced the number of people living in extreme poverty but the gap between rich and poor has risen faster than in any other Southeast Asian country in the past 20 years, the Oxfam study said.

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  • Eva Longoria went fully grey at 18

    The beauty swears by a "revolutionary" new hair colour spray.

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  • Marina Bay bumboat blaze: Narcotics found in boatman's system, fire deliberately set

    The blaze at Marina Bay was visible from as far away as the Central Business District. The pilot of a river taxi that dramatically caught fire on the Singapore River last July had traces of narcotics in his system, said police investigators at a Coroner’s Inquiry on Thursday (23 February). Investigations also found that the late Ong Hock Long, 33, had debts and that the blaze had been deliberately set.

    Yahoo News Singapore
  • China military says aware of U.S. carrier in South China Sea

    China's defence ministry said on Thursday it was aware of the presence of a U.S. aircraft carrier strike group in the South China Sea and China respected freedom of navigation for all countries in the waters there. The U.S. navy said the strike group, including the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier the USS Carl Vinson, began "routine operations" in the South China Sea on Saturday amid growing tension with China over control of the disputed waterway. Defence ministry spokesman Ren Guoqiang said China had a "grasp" of the situation regarding the carrier group in the South China Sea.

  • Former tech CEO gets prison in US after self-exile in Africa

    A wealthy former CEO who dodged securities fraud charges by spending a decade in Africa with a $50 million nest egg was sentenced Thursday to 30 months in prison by a judge in New York City who blasted ...

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  • Pamela Anderson planning to campaign for men falsely accused of rape

    Pamela Anderson has spent more time speaking to Julian Assange than to all her ex-husbands combined.

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  • Eat 10 fruit and veg a day for a longer life, not five

    The team found that although even the recommended five portions of fruit and vegetables a day reduced disease risk, the greatest benefit came from eating 10 portions compared to people who ate none at all. The research team also found that apples and pears, citrus fruits, salads and green leafy vegetables such as spinach, lettuce and chicory, and cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower, may help protect against heart disease, stroke, cardiovascular disease, and early death.

    The Telegraph
  • Exoplanet discovery: What does Nasa's announcement mean - and should we be excited about TRAPPIST-1?

    Can this newly discovered solar system support life? No other star system known contains such a large number of Earth-sized and probably rocky planets. Because the parent star is so dim, the planets are warmed gently despite having orbits much smaller than that of Mercury, the planet closest to the sun.

    The Telegraph
  • Chopped off heads, torn out hearts in brutal Brazil gang war

    MANAUS, Brazil (AP) — Shortly after midnight on New Year's Eve, hundreds of inmates watched from a Manaus prison yard as the sky lit up with fireworks, paid for by the gangs that dominate the jail system.

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