• Armed guards at Kim morgue, reports say son arrives for body

    Malaysian armed guards on Tuesday stood watch at the hospital holding the body of Kim Jong-Nam, the assassinated half-brother of North Korea's leader, amid reports his son had come to Kuala Lumpur to claim the remains. The body of Kim Jong-Nam -- assassinated last Monday at Kuala Lumpur airport -- has been at the centre of a diplomatic row between Pyongyang and Malaysia, after North Korea insisted it be returned and objected to an autopsy being performed. On Monday night Jong-Nam's son Kim Han-Sol was due to arrive in Kuala Lumpur from Macau, local media and intelligence sources said, but AFP was not immediately able to verify his presence.

    AFP News 21 mins ago
  • Young mother says son ‘spotted cancer’ while being breastfed

    Sarah Boyle, 26, a call centre worker, explained how Teddy, now one, would 'scream' and 'become distressed' when she tried to breastfeed him from her right breast. Two weeks later she was diagnosed with grade 2 triple negative breast cancer. The new mum, who lives with her husband Steven Boyle, 28, a recruitment consultant from Staffordshire, is now receiving chemotherapy and is planning a double mastectomy with immediate reconstruction.

    The Telegraph
  • Thai palace official fired and stripped of titles

    A senior member of the personal security retinue of Thailand's new king has been fired and stripped of his titles, the palace has announced, the latest royal official to publicly fall from grace. Air Vice Marshal Chitpong Thongkum was accused of improperly using his connections to King Maha Vajiralongkorn in a statement published in the Royal Gazette on Sunday. "His army rank has been withdrawn and his royal decorations have been rescinded," the statement said, adding that he had "behaved in a way that brought about distrust and caused severe damage to the royal family".

    AFP News
  • Missing hiker's body found in carpark

    Steward Lee had been missing since 17 February, sparking a search operation involving more than 70 people. The body of a man believed to be that of hiker Steward Lee was found at the top level of a multi-storey carpark in Bukit Panjang on Monday evening (20 Feb), police said. Lee had been missing since 17 February.

    Yahoo News Singapore
  • UFC fighter asks for Ronda Rousey after knocking out her boyfriend

    Derrick Lewis brought up Travis Browne’s past domestic abuse allegations and took a step further when he brought up his opponent’s current girlfriend, the former UFC women’s bantamweight champion.

    Cagewriter
  • #LastNightInSweden: celebrities and the Swedish mock Donald Trump's bizarre claims

    Donald Trump has baffled everyone from politicians to celebrities with the strange claims he made about Sweden over the weekend.

    The Telegraph
  • Sylvester Stallone’s daughter Sistine makes runway debut for Topshop

    Sistine Stallone walked as part of London Fashion Week on Sunday (19Feb17).

    Cover Media
  • Two arrested for misusing boarding passes at Changi Airport

    Two people were arrested this month for misusing their boarding passes to enter the transit area of Changi Airport. One went to the transit area to send off his relatives while the other attempted to make a fraudulent GST claim in the area. According to a Facebook post by the Singapore police on 20 Feb, the arrests were made on 16 and 17 Feb. In January alone, 10 people were arrested for misusing boarding passes to enter airport transit areas compared to 28 arrests for the same offence for the whole of 2016, said police.

    Yahoo News Singapore
  • Plane carrying 5 people hits Australian shopping mall

    MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Five people were believed killed when a light plane crashed in flames into a shopping mall on Tuesday in the Australian city of Melbourne, officials said.

    Associated Press 33 mins ago
  • Ton up for Walcott as Arsenal end Sutton's dream Cup run

    By Martyn Herman LONDON (Reuters) - Sutton United's FA Cup fairytale ended as Arsenal forward Theo Walcott scored his 100th goal for the club in a 2-0 fifth round victory on a surreal night at Gander Green Lane on Monday. England forward Walcott added to Lucas Perez's 26th minute effort shortly after the break as the 12-times winners avoided what would have been one of the competition's greatest shocks. The 5,000 capacity crowd wedged into the Borough Sports Ground in south London for the biggest night in the club's humble 119-year history were even treated to a 15-minute cameo by Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez on the glistening artificial pitch.

    Reuters 49 mins ago
  • China's huge debt poses big headache for central bank

    Chinese banks lent more money in January alone than the annual GDP of South Africa, as borrowers rushed to take advantage of government policies intended to stimulate the economy with easy credit. But ...

    AFP
  • Perrie Edwards Snapchats from bed with topless beau

    Perrie Edwards went public with her boyfriend, soccer player Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in a Snapchat video from her bedroom.

    Cover Media
  • What are the strongest Pokemon in Pokemon GO?

    Unsurprisingly, legendary Pokemon such as Mewtwo, Mew, Articuno, Moltres and Zapdos are all among the strongest Pokemon. Others that compare to the strength of these elusive monsters are Dragonite, Snorlax and Arcanine - all among the rarer Pokemon in the game so far. According to the figures found in the data dump, Mewtwo, Dragonite and Mew have the highest CP cap in the game.

    The Telegraph
  • 10 Bestselling Cars of 2016: Toyota Secures the Top 6 Spots, 7 Cars in the Top 10

    As if having the top three bestselling cars in 2015 was not enough, Toyota went and occupied the top six spots in the Philippines’ list of 10 bestselling cars of 2016. ... The post 10 Bestselling Cars of 2016: Toyota Secures the Top 6 Spots, 7 Cars in the Top 10 appeared first on Carmudi Philippines Journal.

    Carmudi
  • Singaporean PM, hosting Netanyahu, endorses 'two-state' plan

    SINGAPORE (AP) — Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, hosting a visit by his Israeli counterpart, Benjamin Netanyahu, said Monday his country believes in a "two-state solution" to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

    Associated Press
  • Born killers: French army grooms eagles to down drones

    Faced with the risk of drones being used to snoop or carry out attacks on French soil, the air force is showing its claws. At Mont-de-Marsan in southwestern France a quartet of fearsome golden eagles is being trained to take out unmanned aircraft in mid-flight. The roar of a departing Rafale fighter jet gives way to the buzz of a drone lifting into the air on a runway at the air base, some 130 kilometres (80 miles) south of Bordeaux.

    AFP News
  • Philippine bus crash kills 13 students and driver on camping trip

    Thirteen Philippine college students on a camping holiday and a bus driver were killed and dozens injured on Monday when their bus slammed into an electricity post in a mountainous region, police said. The bus, rented by a Manila private school, was taking over 50 teenage students and an instructor on the trip when the driver lost control on a downhill slope in the town of Tanay, said regional police spokesman Superintendent Chitadel Gaoiran. Ten students were killed on the spot while four other people including the bus driver died in hospital, officials said.

    AFP News
  • Mourinho eying changes for Europa League St Etienne 2nd leg

    Jose Mourinho will likely ring the changes again as Manchester United look to wrap up their progress to the Europa League last 16 away to Saint-Etienne on Wednesday. A Zlatan Ibrahimovic hat-trick led them to a 3-0 victory in last week's Old Trafford first leg and barring an alarming meltdown, the English giants should comfortably see out the second leg in France. Mourinho made seven changes to his side for Sunday's FA Cup victory over Blackburn and will likely keep his squad rotating with the English League Cup final against Southampton to come this Sunday.

    AFP News
  • I'm worried because I'm running out of things to worry about: trader

    “Markets climb a wall of worry.” It’s a phrase used to describe market rallies in the face of rising investor concern. Wall Street and the media have hundreds of these phrases that try to squeeze complex interrelationships into a few words, asking the near-impossible of investors. Make a binary decision based on imperfect information.

    Yahoo Finance
  • Philippines' Duterte ordered murders: ex-police aide

    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte ran a death squad that killed many people, including a journalist and a pregnant woman, when he was mayor of a southern city, a retired policeman who claimed to be part of the group said Monday. Arthur Lascanas, sitting alongside three prominent human rights lawyers, broke down in tears as he listed a series of murders in Davao city that he alleged Duterte ordered either to eliminate critics or fight crime. Lascanas said he even killed his two brothers, who were involved in drug trafficking, due to "blind loyalty" to Duterte as well as cash rewards.

    AFP News