• Mourinho accused Conte of humiliating United - Italian TV

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho told his Chelsea counterpart Antonio Conte that his antics in whipping up the crowd during the London club's 4-0 victory on Sunday were "humiliating", according to Italian television. The Portuguese went straight to Conte at the final whistle and spent several seconds talking into his ear. Neither manager would reveal the contents of the conversation but Sky Italia said Mourinho told Conte in Italian: "You don't celebrate like that at 4-0.

  • US: Philippines' Duterte sparking distress around the world

    MANILA, Philippines (AP) — America's top diplomat for Asia said Monday that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's controversial remarks and a "real climate of uncertainty" about his government's intentions have sparked distress in the U.S. and other countries.

    Associated Press
  • Britney Spears suffers wardrobe malfunction onstage

    One of Britney Spears' male dancers lent her his plaid shirt to help her get through the set with her modesty intact.

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  • MOF: Assets from 1MDB unit now in another international bank

    KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 24 ― Some RM940 million worth of unit trusts owned by 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) subsidiary Brazen Sky Limited has been placed in the custody of another international...

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  • BN may win GE14, but what happens if economy worsens? Ex-minister asks

    KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 24 — Former Finance Minister II Datuk Seri Husni Hanadzlah today questioned the state of the country’s economy if current stagnation persists even after a Barisan Nasional win...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Victim 'tortured for days' by British murder accused in Hong Kong

    A Hong Kong court Monday heard how British banker Rurik Jutting tortured one of his victims for three days as the trial opened into the killings of two Indonesian women at his upscale apartment. The court heard Jutting filmed both women on his iPhone and jurors were warned by judge Michael Stuart-Moore that the footage was "very shocking indeed". Sumarti Ningsih and Seneng Mujiasih, both in their 20s, were found dead in Jutting's flat in the early hours of November 1, 2014, after he called police.

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  • Tilting, sinking San Francisco high-rise raises alarm

    Pamela Buttery noticed something peculiar six years ago while practicing golf putting in her 57th-floor apartment at the luxurious Millennium Tower. The ball kept veering to the same corner of her living ...

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  • Economist: Putrajaya can tighten spending further by trimming ‘bloated’ civil service

    KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 24 — The Malaysian government can make further spending cuts if it reduces the size of its “bloated” civil service, economist Diana Rose del Rosario said today. Del...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Trump's 'nasty woman' remark adds to woes with female voters

    NEW YORK (AP) — "Such a nasty woman."

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  • Babies should sleep in parents' room first year: US doctors

    To reduce the risk of sudden death, babies should sleep in the same room as their parents but in their own crib or bassinet for the first year of life, US doctors said Monday. The new policy statement by the American Academy of Pediatrics still says babies should sleep on their backs, on a clean surface free of toys and blankets, a guideline that has been in place since the 1990s and has reduced sudden infant deaths by about 50 percent. "Parents should never place the baby on a sofa, couch, or cushioned chair, either alone or sleeping with another person," said lead author Rachel Moon.

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  • Hanjin shares dive on European sale news

    Shares in troubled South Korean shipping giant Hanjin plunged 12 percent Monday after the company announced plans to shutter its European business, fuelling fears it could be heading towards liquidation. Hanjin -- the South's largest shipping company and once the world's seventh biggest -- is seeking bankruptcy protection at home and in the United States after creditors rejected a plan to deal with a $5.37-billion debt load. Almost 80 percent of Hanjin's market value -- or the equivalent of about 950 billion won ($840 million) -- has been wiped out in the past year as the firm's financial woes deepen.

    AFP News
  • Nicole Scherzinger found her ‘authentic self’ after breakup

    Nicole Scherzinger avoids social media because she’s “very sensitive”.

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  • Hollywood star Ruffalo calls Obama 'immoral' at climate rally

    Hollywood star Mark Ruffalo accused US President Barack Obama of hypocrisy for allowing fracking and other fossil fuel extraction while presenting himself as a green president. The Oscar-nominated "Spotlight" and "Avengers" actor spoke out at a rally in Los Angeles protesting against man-made climate change and, in particular, the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline, the site of escalating protests in recent weeks. "President Obama, it is immoral for you to keep drilling in our state lands, in our federal lands, off our federal waters, while at the same time calling yourself a climate change leader," he said.

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  • Ten ways Umno can clean up its act, according to Ku Li

    KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 24 ― Veteran Umno leader Tan Sri Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah proposed today 10 ways Umno and its political partners can change to stay relevant, amid heavy criticism from voters....

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Oil price down cycle 'nearing end': Saudi minister

    Saudi Oil Minister Khalid al-Falih said on Sunday that the current cycle of falling crude prices is close to an end as market fundamentals improve. Oil prices are currently hovering at around $50 per barrel after hitting a 10-year low of less than $30 in January, down from a peak of more than $100 in mid-2014. "The current down cycle is nearing an end," Falih told a joint press conference with his Russian counterpart Alexander Novak on Sunday after a Gulf ministerial meeting in Riyadh.

    AFP News
  • Toddler dies in Spokane fire, his dog huddled at his side

    SEATTLE (AP) — A toddler who died in a house fire was found with his dog and teddy bear next to him and authorities believe the dog tried to protect the boy, a spokesman for Spokane's fire department said Saturday.

    Associated Press
  • Nasi Lemak Anak Dara sells 1,000 packets after PM’s mention

    SHAH ALAM, Oct 23 — Siti Hajjar Ahmad, 24, never dreamt that her little nasi lemak business would make it into national news, let alone receive the endorsement of Datuk Seri Najib Razak. But...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • CDL exits luxury condo holding company, continues to manage asset

    A unit of CDL has entered into an agreement to exit its entire interest in Summervale Properties, the owner of Nouvel 18 – a 156-unit luxury residential development on Anderson Road, for $977.6 million...

    Property Guru
  • Guardiola gives Manchester City dressing down after Saints draw

    Pep Guardiola kept his Manchester City players in the dressing room for nearly an hour after a 1-1 draw with Southampton meant the club had now gone five games without a victory despite the result taking them back to the top of the Premier League. "The red wine was good and I took a little bit longer with my glass," joked Guardiola, who has also seen his team draw at Celtic and be beaten 4-0 away to former club Barcelona during their current run, as he spoke to reporters following Sunday's stalemate. "I was a football player, I know this can happen," said Guardiola when he finally emerged from the City dressing room.

    AFP News
  • Robin Williams' widow makes moving speech on their wedding anniversary

    Robin Williams has posthumously been awarded the 2016 Angel Harvey Heart of a Patriot Award by the United Service Organizations (USO).

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