• Football: Arsenal thrash Chelsea as United win without Rooney

    Arsenal overpowered London rivals Chelsea 3-0 at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday to mark Arsene Wenger's 20th anniversary as Gunners boss in style. Earlier, Manchester United thrashed defending Premier League champions Leicester City 4-1 to vindicate manager Jose Mourinho's decision to drop Wayne Rooney while Manchester City maintained their perfect start with a 3-1 win at Swansea City.

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  • Marion Cotillard's partner breaks silence about Pitt/Jolie split drama

    Guillaume Canet heaps praise on his girlfriend as she is forced to deny "stupid" rumours she romanced Brad Pitt and broke up his marriage.

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  • North Korea air show thumbs nose at sanctions

    Just weeks after carrying out its fifth nuclear test, North Korea put on an unprecedented civilian and military air force display Saturday at the country's first ever public aviation show. The two-day Wonsan International Friendship Air Festival was held at the newly refurbished Kalma Airport -- previously a military airfield -- completed last year to boost tourism in the area around the eastern port city of Wonsan. The festival was already scheduled before North Korea conducted its fifth nuclear test on September 9, triggering international outrage and threats of still further sanctions against the deeply isolated nuclear-armed country.

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  • Jim Carrey fires back at STD allegations made by late lover's husband

    The funnyman accuses tragic Cathriona White's estranged husband of "shameful greed".

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  • The New 'MacGyver' May Be Too Slick For Its Own Good

    When it debuted in 1985, MacGyver had the virtue of being a (somewhat) unique thing in the adventure TV game. Smack in the middle of the guns and quips big action ’80s, here was a hero who used his wits and eschewed guns for thrown-together tools of his own design. He was the American version of Doctor Who‘s The Doctor, really, only minus the sci-fi elements. The 2016 version of MacGyver, though, doesn’t have the same virtue. ...

  • Middle-income trap spells graver racial conflict for Malaysia, Singapore don warns

    KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 24 — Malaysia needs to liberalise its economy to escape the middle income trap soon or risk seeing its growth levels cut, which will affect the spread of wealth and lead to...

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  • Pharrell Williams to be a dad again - report

    The couple has yet to comment on the happy news.

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  • City 'changed forever' as authorities hunt mall gunman

    A gunman police said killed five people in a Washington state mall remained at large Saturday as authorities appealed for help in identifying the suspect but said there were no indications the slayings north of Seattle were a terrorist act. “There are people waking up this morning and their world has changed forever,” Burlington Mayor Steve Sexton said Saturday at a news conference. Authorities said four females, ranging in age from teens to seniors, died after the gunman opened fire in the makeup department of a Macy’s store.

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  • Kylie Jenner to be quizzed over Tyga gifts

    Tyga's alleged unpaid debts mean that girlfriend Kylie Jenner faces questioning from a jewellery store's lawyers.

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  • Barcelona cruise past Sporting without Messi

    Luis Suarez broke the deadlock in the 29th minute and Neymar scored two late goals as Barcelona beat 10-man Sporting Gijon 5-0 with Lionel Messi sidelined through injury on Saturday. ​ Barcelona, held 1-1 by Atletico Madrid on Wednesday when Messi sustained a groin injury that ruled him out of action for three weeks, joined Real Madrid on 13 points at the top of the table.

  • NASA set to reveal 'surprising' activity on Jupiter's moon

    There's something going on beneath the surface of Jupiter's icy moon Europa. NASA teased a "surprising" announcement for Monday, based on Hubble Space Telescope images of the celestial body, which many experts believe could contain a subsurface ocean, even possibly some form of life. The US space agency has already proclaimed that Europa has "strong evidence for an ocean of liquid water beneath its crust and which could host conditions favorable for life." At Monday's announcement, "astronomers will present results from a unique Europa observing campaign that resulted in surprising evidence of activity that may be related to the presence of a subsurface ocean," it said in a statement.

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  • This is what public housing looks like

    PETALING JAYA, Sept 23 — Rizal Ramli lives in a cramped 700 sq ft flat in Kota Damansara here with his seven children and pregnant wife. The paint on the front door of the 36-year-old man’s...

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  • 10 world’s most affordable Michelin-star restaurants and eateries

    The Michelin guide may be oft associated with fine dining and gourmet meals. At the price of just S$2 for a plate of soya sauce chicken rice, this hawker stall offers undoubtedly the cheapest meal you can find in any Michelin guide. It was given one Michelin star as part of the first ever Michelin Singapore guide in July, in recognition of its Cantonese-style soya sauce chicken and barbeque pork.

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  • MH370 wreckage hunter won't give up until mystery solved

    The fedora, the bomber jacket and the consuming quest invite comparisons to Indiana Jones. Blaine Gibson, though, hasn't matched the film hero's triumph in finding the legendary chest containing the stone ...

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  • Strong 6.3 quake rattles southern Philippines: USGS

    A powerful 6.3-magnitude earthquake struck off the southern Philippines early Saturday but there was no threat of a tsunami, US seismologists said. The offshore quake hit at 6:53 am (2253 GMT Friday) and was centred around 100 kilometres (63 miles) southeast of the city of Davao on the island of Mindanao at a depth of 62 kilometres, according to the US Geological Survey. Renato Solidum of the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology said the tremor was strong enough to wake sleeping people.

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  • Britain's Prince William and Kate due in Canada for eight-day trip

    Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate were due to arrive in British Columbia Saturday for an eight-day trip during which they will view spectacular nature sites and meet with refugees and indigenous Americans. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie were to receive the royals around 4:00 pm (2300 GMT) at a ceremony with military honors and a 21-gun salute. "Canadians have tremendous affection for the royal family," said Trudeau, who was received by the British and Canadian head of state, Queen Elizabeth II, at Buckingham Palace early this year.

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  • Marriott buys Starwood, becoming world's largest hotel chain

    Several of the best-known names in travel are now united in one hotel company. Marriott International closed Friday morning on its $13 billion acquisition of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, bringing ...

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  • Room for improvement: Paris's matchbox apartments

    In a city where it is notoriously difficult to find a flat -- especially on a low budget and without the right paperwork -- many rooms that once served as domestic helpers' sleeping quarters have been turned into apartments for rent. It is borderline illegal to rent out these micro-apartments, typically wedged under a rooftop, as they measure less than nine square metres (100 square feet) and often lack proper ventilation. "I don't have a guarantor, no relatives in Paris, and I have a foreign accent," says Lopez, a 35-year-old of Mexican origin who rents a room measuring just 6.8 square metres for 370 euros ($415) a month.

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  • Tottenham's Son sinks Middlesbrough with double

    Son Heung-Min surely erased all doubts about his Tottenham future as his double inspired a 2-1 victory at Middlesbrough in the Premier League on Saturday. South Korean winger Son was reported to be unsettled after starting only 13 league games for Tottenham last season, but his two goals in their latest success indicated the qualities that prompted them to sign him from Bayer Leverkusen 13 months ago. Middlesbrough, who slipped to their third successive defeat after an encouraging start on their return to the top light, did hint at a revival when Ben Gibson scored midway through the second-half, but Tottenham held on for a deserved success.

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  • The FDA just approved another new drug that could save the US billions — but there’s a catch

    REUTERS/Karoly Arvai The FDA just approved a version of … Continued The post The FDA just approved another new drug that could save the US billions — but there’s a catch appeared first on Business Insider.

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