• Army reservist wanted ‘dead or alive’

    The Manila Police District (MPD) has promised to apply the full force of the law against the motorist who shot dead a bicycle rider in a road rage incident in Quiapo, Manila last Monday night. “The MPD wants him dead or alive.

    Philippine Star
  • Duterte gathers 4 ex-presidents at security council meet

    A maritime dispute with China has made four former presidents set aside their differences and sit down to discuss the best tack for resolving the issue. President Duterte yesterday convened the National Security Council with four former chief executives in attendance, along with congressional leaders and members of the Cabinet.

    Philippine Star
  • 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.

    Cover Media
  • Dortmund faces Man City as transfer rumours swirl

    Borussia Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel takes a philosophical approach when it comes to dealing with the distraction of off-season transfer speculation that keeps swirling around his club. "I can't predict the future," shrugged the German, on the eve of his clash Thursday with Manchester City at the Shenzhen Universiade Stadium. Tuchel was responding to reports from Germany -- which have been denied -- that Dortmund's 27-year-old Gambonese star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang might soon be on his way out.

    AFP News
  • Trump urges Russia to find 'missing' Clinton emails, drawing ire

    By Steve Holland and Emily Stephenson MIAMI/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican Donald Trump on Wednesday invited Russia to dig up tens of thousands of "missing" emails from Hillary Clinton's time at the U.S. State Department, vexing intelligence experts and prompting political foes to accuse him of dangerously urging a power abroad to spy on the United States. "Russia, if you're listening, I hope you're able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing," Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, told reporters. Clinton, a Democrat who faces Trump in the Nov. 8 U.S. presidential election, responded with a campaign statement saying he was posing a possible national security threat.

  • Singapore's MOU for high-speed railway to Malaysia 'troubling': SDP

    The signing of the memorandum of understanding (MOU) for the high-speed railway (HSR) between Singapore and Malaysia is “troubling” in light of probes into state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), said the SDP.

    Yahoo Singapore
  • 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.

    AFP News
  • Long queues of disappointment for passports in Klang Valley

    PETALING JAYA, July 28 ― Malay Mail found frustrated, disappointed and desperate people waiting to renew or apply for passports in the Klang Valley yesterday. Here’s what some of those at the...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Chinese province inks friendship deal with Palawan

    A maritime dispute has not stopped the Philippines and China from exploring other areas of cooperation.  The government of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region in China lauded the signing this week of a landmark “friendship agreement” with Palawan province, the first of its kind after the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) ruled that the disputed West Philippine Sea belonged to Manila not to Beijing. In a signing ceremony at the provincial capitol here on Tuesday night, Ningxia vice governor Wang Heshan said the agreement would continue to improve relations between China and the Philippines.

    Philippine Star
  • Veteran newsman Khoo Kay Peng was top of his trade

    PETALING JAYA, July 28 — Taciturn and unassuming Khoo Kay Peng, a doyen of the print media who spent more than 30 years as a columnist and production editor, died on Tuesday. A bachelor till...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Ex-NBA player hits Twitter, begs teams to give him one more chance

    Von Wafer of the Boston Celtics reacts after scoring against the Miami Heat on Feb. 13, 2011. It’s been four years since Von Wafer last played in the NBA, and, from the sound of it, that’s quite long enough for him, thanks. The 31-year-old shooting guard, a former McDonald’s All-American and second-round draft pick out of Florida State, last saw an NBA court with the Orlando Magic in May of 2012.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • 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...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • SC reverse own decision banning bt talong

    The Supreme Court (SC) has reversed itself in the case involving the government’s field trials of bacillus thuringiensis (bt) eggplants, a genetically modified variety that produces its own pesticide. In a ruling promulgated last Tuesday, the high court set aside its ruling in December last year permanently stopping the field testing of the genetically modified product, favoring the petition filed by the environmental group Greenpeace. The SC unanimously ruled to instead dismiss the Greenpeace petition on the ground of mootness.

    Philippine Star
  • Suasa Airlines insists broke no laws with ‘demonstration’ flight

    KUALA LUMPUR, July 28 ― A Suasa Airlines flight under investigation by aviation authorities was non-commercial and did not violate local laws, said the firm seeking to operate a chartered...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • 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...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • 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...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Woman suffers daily verbal abuse from ‘mad’ neighbour at Tampines for 6 years

    Daily verbal abuse and pork thrown twice at the corridor along her flat at Tampines while she was observing the fasting month recently. Marliah’s plight was highlighted by former Singapore supermodel, Hanis Hussey, who posted a YouTube video on the alleged abuse on her Facebook page on Tuesday (26 July). The video showed the elderly neighbour shouting in the direction of Marliah’s ninth-storey flat at Blk 247 Tampines Street 21, and calling the Malay woman “a pig”.

    Safhras Khan
  • 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.

    Cover Media
  • Shilton no longer views Hart as England's No 1

    By Tony Jimenez COVENTRY, England (Reuters) - Joe Hart's below-par performances at Euro 2016 mean he should no longer be considered an automatic choice as England's number one goalkeeper, according to former international great Peter Shilton. England were surprisingly knocked out by rank outsiders Iceland in the last 16 in France last month and Manchester City keeper Hart acknowledged he "didn't perform personally to the level that's required to push through to the quarter-finals". "It wasn't a good tournament for Joe, his concentration levels didn't seem to be great," Shilton told Reuters in an interview while playing in this week's Farmfoods British Par-3 Golf Championship at Nailcote Hall near Coventry.

  • NUS Responds: Sexual Freshman Orientation Activities “Neither Approved Nor Endorsed”

    Amid reports of freshman orientation activities in the National University of Singapore turning sexual and several NUS students defending these offensive actions, the university’s acting provost has issued an internal email condemning the turn of events. In an email to NUS students issued Tuesday evening, acting provost Prof Bernard Tan said that the university expects orientation activities to be respectful of the dignity of all participants, regardless of gender. Prof Tan elaborated that the NUS’ Office of Student Affairs (OSA) conducts briefing sessions for students leading orientation activities, and warns them of dos and don’ts including examples of inappropriate activities.