• Ex-tour guide Yang Yin changes his mind about pleading guilty

    Former tour guide Yang Yin, 42, has changed his mind about pleading guilty to two charges of criminal breach of trust for misappropriating $1.1 million from a wealthy elderly widow. At the previous hearing on 8 July, Choh told the court that Yang, a China-born permanent resident, had decided to plead guilty to the charges.

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  • Kristen Stewart declares she's 'really in love' with girlfriend Alicia Cargile

    Kristen Stewart has admitted she is "really in love" with her girlfriend and former personal assistant Alicia Cargile.

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  • Duterte vows to crush Abu Sayyaf

    Describing  the Abu Sayyaf as criminals with distorted religious fervor, President Duterte vowed yesterday to crush the bandits who continue to pose a national security threat. In his first State of the Nation Address (SONA) at the Batasang Pambansa in Quezon City, Duterte also sought stronger cooperation with Indonesia and Malaysia. The Abu Sayyaf has been involved in kidnap-for-ransom activities that lately victimized Indonesians and Malaysians.

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  • Football: Premier League giants refuse Trophy invites

    Manchester United are among several leading English Premier League clubs to reject invitations from the Football League to have their academy sides play in the revamped English Football League Trophy. United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City, and Tottenham Hotspur were missing when the draw for the knockout tournament, which traditionally has just been made up from the 48 clubs involved in English football's third and fourth tiers, was made on Wednesday.

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  • Deadly Philippine road rage shooting captured on CCTV

    Philippine police said Wednesday they were hunting a man captured on CCTV shooting dead a cyclist in an apparent road rage incident in the nation's capital.

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  • Singapore's arts council paid  ‘exceptionally high’ $410,000 for a bin centre: Auditor-General’s Office

    A bin centre for Victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall cost the National Arts Council (NAC) an “exceptionally high” consultation fee of $410,000, said the Auditor-General’s Office (AGO) in its annual audit. The amount made up more than 87 per cent of the total construction cost of the bin centre, which came to $470,000. The likes of the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Defence and the Land Transport Authority were all singled out for lapses.

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  • Missing MH370 wreckage may be further north, study suggests

    Just days after authorities mooted suspending the ocean search for missing flight MH370, researchers suggested on Wednesday that the debris zone may stretch a further 500 kilometres (310 miles) north. A team of Italian scientists used computer modelling, into which they fed data on ocean currents and winds over the past two years, to try and pinpoint the Malaysia Airlines plane's likely underwater grave. "One of the most important findings is that everything that has been discovered so far is indeed compatible with the area where the authorities are searching," lead researcher Eric Jansen of the Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change in Italy told AFP.

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  • Lamborghini driver loses car in ambush during supper run

    PETALING JAYA, July 27 — A Lamborghini Gallardo was stolen after three men armed with parang ambushed the driver by staging an accident in Puchong early yesterday. Serdang police chief ACP...

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  • The Latest: Clinton sees 'biggest crack' in glass ceiling

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Latest on the Democratic National Convention (all times EDT):

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  • Lorde ignored as taxi driver raves about 'celebrity' passenger

    Singer Lorde has shared an amusing story where a taxi driver "busted a nut" over a celebrity passenger he had driven earlier in the day.

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  • Griffiths puts struggling Celtic in Champions League driving seat

    Leigh Griffiths levelled 12 minutes from time to give struggling Celtic a 1-1 draw at Astana in their Champions League third qualifying round first leg clash on Wednesday. The result gave Brendan Rodgers's side the upper hand ahead of their return clash in Glasgow next week, but the Kazakh side were unfortunate not to have finished with the advantage. Astana hit the woodwork twice while Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon pulled off a number of fine saves.

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  • MAS: KLIA vs KLIA2 tax variance is ‘completely nuts’

    PUTRAJAYA, July 27 ― Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAS) may operate flights out of KLIA2 if passenger tax at KLIA stays above that imposed at the low-cost terminal, said its CEO Peter Bellew. “I...

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  • Dutch, Latvians world’s tallest; Pinoys among shortest

    The Philippines ranked second with the shortest female population in the world, next to Guatemala at an average of 4-foot-11 (149.4 centimeters), according to a study, which analyzed a century’s worth of height data from 200 countries. Other countries with the shortest female population are Bangladesh, Nepal, East Timor, Madagascar, Laos, the Marshall Islands, India and Indonesia. The shortest male population is in East Timor, at an average of 5-foot-3 (160 centimeters).

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  • Transport minister says unaware of MH370 ‘murder suicide’ claims

    PUTRAJAYA, July 27 ― The government is not aware of claims that Flight MH370 pilot Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah had run a simulation of the southern Indian Ocean air route one week before the jet...

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  • Syrian suicide bomber in Germany 'in chat' just before attack

    A Syrian with suspected links to the Islamic State group who blew himself up outside a German music festival was in contact with another person "who influenced the attack" immediately beforehand, authorities said Wednesday. The 27-year-old failed asylum seeker, who wounded 15 people at a nearby cafe late Sunday when he was refused access to the festival venue, had been speaking to an unknown person in an "intensive" online chat, Bavaria state interior minister Joachim Herrmann said. "Apparently he had direct contact with someone who had significant influence on the way the attack played out," Herrmann said on the sidelines of a state government meeting.

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  • Car dealers offering buyers to bypass downpayment rule

    Car owners are required to make a 30 or 40 per cent downpayment when buying a car. Some car dealers may be flouting the law by offering buyers downpayment lower than the levels specified under the newly relaxed vehicle financing rules. A check by Yahoo Singapore on popular website sgcarmart revealed that there are dealers offering potential buyers minimum downpayment of 20 per cent or less.

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  • Fans divided about whether ‘Kabali’ depicted ethnic Indians in Malaysia accurately

    KUALA LUMPUR, July 27 ― South Indian blockbuster Kabali continues to be one of the most discussed topics among the Malaysian fans of the movie’s star Rajinikanth. Arguments about whether the...

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  • China's Table tennis tough selection highlights likely domination

    By Brenda Goh SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's table tennis team travel to Rio de Janeiro under a cloud of controversy as fans lament that even being the world champion does not guarantee a coveted Olympic singles spot in one of the world's most competitive sporting teams. The failure of world number one Liu Shiwen to clinch one of China's two spots in the competition was greeted with an outcry at home described by local news outlet Sina Sports as "one of the most tragic things to happen to the Chinese women's team in the last 20 years". The tough selection - which fell to defending London champion Li Xiaoxia and world number two Ding Ning - also underlines how China is likely to once again dominate the medal tables at Rio as it did in the 2008 and 2012 Olympics.

  • Chilling details of France church attack as hostage speaks

    PARIS (AP) — More horrifying details emerged Wednesday about an attack on a French village church even as the country's main religious leaders sent a message of unity and solidarity after meeting with President Francois Hollande in Paris.

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  • ‘With friends like these…’ Pua says after PKR openly cold on snap polls

    KUALA LUMPUR, July 27 — The DAP's Tony Pua took to Facebook today to vent his frustration purportedly over PKR announcing to the press its refusal to support his party's plan to hold snap polls...

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