• Champions Leicester beat Swansea for first win of the season

    (Reuters) - Defending Premier League champions Leicester City got their first win of the season as Jamie Vardy's trademark first-half strike and Wes Morgan's second-half effort were enough to see off Swansea City 2-1 in wet conditions at the King Power Stadium on Saturday. In an attacking move that became a familiar sight during Leicester's title-winning campaign, Vardy was picked out by a long-range ball from Danny Drinkwater from inside his own half in the 32nd minute, and made no mistake when one-on-one against Lukasz Fabianski. Morgan added a second in the 52nd minute after reacting the fastest to slam home from close range after Swansea failed to clear their lines, before Leroy Fer pulled one back for the visitors in the 80th minute, meeting Modou Barrow's cross with a superb header.

  • Malaysian students rally to demand prime minister's arrest

    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysian student activists led a rally Saturday to demand the arrest of Prime Minister Najib Razak, who has been implicated in a U.S. government probe into massive fraud in a Malaysian investment fund.

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  • Siblings unable to accept woman’s death in freak accident

    KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 27 — Grief lingered in the air during a Buddhist prayer ceremony conducted by the Jalan Raja Chulan roadside where 24-year-old Chin Khoon Sing died after a sheave hook from a...

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  • The Latest: Trump tweet on Chicago shooting prompts backlash

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the 2016 presidential campaign (all times EDT):

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  • Three things we learnt from: #TangkapMO1 rally

    KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 27 ― Nearly 1,000 Malaysians braved the scorching heat today to joined the #TangkapMO1 rally at the heart of the city. Despite not getting approval from Kuala Lumpur City...

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  • Filipinos seen backing Duterte despite rising drug killings

    MANILA, Philippines (AP) — On the day he was sworn into office, President Rodrigo Duterte went to a Manila slum and exhorted residents who knew any drug addicts to "go ahead and kill them yourself as getting their parents to do it would be too painful."

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  • Mourinho gives Schweinsteiger Man Utd warning

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho indicated to out-of-favour midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger on Friday that there will be no place for him at Old Trafford this season. The Germany international has two years to run on a reported £190,000-a-week ($251,000, 222,200 euros) contract, but has been frozen out by United's new manager. Schweinsteiger, 32, has declared he will not join another European club and Mourinho suggested that if he stays, he may not even play in the Europa League or the English Football League Cup.

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  • Does China still harvest organs of executed? Doctors divided

    BEIJING (AP) — A Canadian patient's receipt of a kidney transplant after waiting just three days during a recent visit to China raised an immediate red flag among surgeons at the Montreal-based Transplantation Society: A turnaround that quick indicates the organ likely came from the body of an executed prisoner.

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  • Justin Theroux guessed 'lazy' Emily Blunt's pregnancy while filming

    Pregnant Emily Blunt struggled filming action scenes in her first trimester

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  • 'SOS' in sand leads to rescue of 2 people stranded on island

    A U.S. Navy aircraft crew spotted the pair on the beach and gave their location to the Coast Guard in Guam. The Coast Guard received a report about the couple’s 18-foot vessel going missing on Aug. 19. The U.S. Navy was alerted and spotted the survivors on the beach.

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  • N. Korea threatens to fire at US, S. Korea troops' lights

    North Korea on Saturday threatened to aim fire at the lighting equipment used by “provocative” American and South Korean troops at a truce village inside the Demilitarized Zone that divides the two Koreas. The North’s Korean People’s Army accused U.S. and South Korean soldiers of “deliberate provocations” by aiming their lights at North Korean guard posts at Panmunjom since Friday evening. The KPA said in a statement that the soldiers’ actions have seriously threatened the safety of North Korean troops and disrupted their normal monitoring activities.

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  • The Colonel's famous recipe (maybe, maybe not)

    Social media is lighting up on the possibility that, at long last, Colonel Sanders' 11 herbs and spices have been revealed. KFC says it hasn't, and the original source, a relative, now says he doesn't ...

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  • StarHub brings back 12GB mobile data through its 2-in-1 SurfHub bundles

    StarHub has today announced that it’s bringing back 12GB mobile data through its mobile plus fiber SurfHub bundles. With the new SurfHub plans, customers are able to get a 4G mobile postpaid line with at least 12GB of data and a 1Gbps fiber home broadband subscription, from S$96.56 a month (with a 24-month contract). If 12GB still isn’t enough, know that there’s a total of four SurfHub bundles to choose from.

  • India to form Olympic task force after Rio flop

    New Delhi will form a task force to prepare for the next three Olympics after India's disappointing medal tally at Rio, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced Friday. A string of below-par performances saw India win just two medals at the recent Games, fewer than the six clinched during their best-ever performance in London four years earlier. "The Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi announced at the meeting of the Council of Minister’s today that (a) Task Force will be set up to prepare a comprehensive action plan for...the next three Olympic games," a government statement released late Friday said.

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  • 500kg crane hook seized

    KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 27 — The Department of Occupational Safety and Health (Dosh) is conducting an audit on machinery used at a construction site in Jalan Raja Chulan where a crane hook that fell...

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  • We will protest until justice is served, #TangkapMO1 rally-goers say

    KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 27 ― Youths, mainly college and university undergraduates at the #TangkapMO1 rally today vowed to remain persistent in what they called pursuit for justice amid the 1Malaysia...

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  • 3 cops axed for pedicab driver’s slay

    A police precinct commander and three of his men were relieved yesterday over the killing of a pedicab driver in Pasay City last Tuesday. Senior Inspector Oscar Pagulayan Jr. and Police Officers 1 Benigno Baladja, Melford Olorosisimo and Jan Erein Isaac of the police community precinct in Tramo were ordered reassigned to the Southern Police District (SPD) headquarters. The three policemen were named in a complaint filed before the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) for allegedly killing Eric Sison, a pedicab driver they suspected to be a drug pusher, while he pleaded for his life.

    Philippine Star
  • Natalie Portman struggles with French etiquette rules

    Natalie Portman is relieved to be back in America after living in “cool” France for several years.

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  • Worms found in burgers at 2 Kentucky McDonald's restaurants

    At least two people have reported finding worms in food from McDonald's restaurants in two Kentucky communities. Mayfield resident Madison Stephens tells WPSD-TV (http://bit.ly/2bMKi9l) that she visited ...

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  • Klopp disappointed as Liverpool haunted by familiar failings

    Juergen Klopp was again left to rue Liverpool's profligacy in front of goal after their 1-1 Premier League draw with Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday as familiar failings prevented the visitors from taking all three points. Liverpool rediscovered the attacking menace they showed in their opening 4-3 victory over Arsenal but which deserted them during last weekend's toothless showing against Burnley. The visitors' relentless pressing and fluid movement led to Erik Lamela fouling Roberto Firmino in the box before James Milner stepped up to slam his penalty past Michel Vorm and give the visitors the lead.