• Abigail Breslin diagnosed with PTSD after rape trauma

    The young star has kept the identity of her attacker a secret.

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  • Luxury shoe brands Jimmy Choo and Bally put up for sale

    By James Davey LONDON (Reuters) - British luxury retailer Jimmy Choo has put itself up for sale to try to maximise shareholder value as majority investor JAB increases its focus on consumer goods. JAB Luxury also said on Monday it was reviewing its ownership of Bally International, the Swiss luxury footwear and accessories company, clearing the way for a possible sale of that business too. Jimmy Choo, famous for its stiletto shoes and accessories, has discussed its plans with 68 percent shareholder JAB, which supports the process as part of a move away from a luxury sector it now considers "non-core".

  • Trump calls for new U.N. sanctions against North Korea

    By Steve Holland and Ben Blanchard WASHINGTON/BEIJING (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday the U.N. Security Council must be prepared to impose new sanctions on North Korea as concerns mount that it may test a sixth nuclear bomb as early as Tuesday. "The status quo in North Korea is also unacceptable," Trump told a meeting with the 15 U.N. Security Council ambassadors, including China and Russia, at the White House on Monday.

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  • 'Personal flying machine' maker plans deliveries this year

    A Silicon Valley "flying car" startup, Kitty Hawk, reportedly backed by Google co-founder Larry Page, released a video Monday of its airborne prototype and announced plans for deliveries of a "personal flying machine" this year. "Our mission is to make the dream of personal flight a reality.

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  • Top U.S. general in Afghanistan sees Russia sending weapons to Taliban

    By Idrees Ali KABUL (Reuters) - The head of U.S. and international forces in Afghanistan said on Monday he was "not refuting" reports that Russia was providing support, including weapons, to the Taliban. General John Nicholson was speaking in Kabul during a visit by U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis. For some time, American officials have complained of what Nicholson once called "malign influence" by Russia in Afghanistan, but Monday's comments are among the strongest suggestions yet that Moscow is providing arms to the Taliban.

  • Ibrahimovic recovery will be hard, says Mourinho

    Jose Mourinho admitted it will be "really hard" for veteran striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic to recover from his season-ending knee ligament injury. The Manchester United manager was talking after his side had recorded an impressive 2-0 victory at Burnley just three days after Ibrahimovic and defender Marcos Rojo suffered knee injuries which require surgery during a midweek Europa League win over Anderlecht. "Unfortunately they won't be the first or last players to get an important injury.

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  • Caitlyn Jenner works harder on make-up than she did winning Olympic gold

    Caitlyn Jenner has opened up about how she stole make-up while living life as Bruce Jenner.

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  • Ex-StarHub salesperson jailed 17 months for misappropriating iPhones and assaulting taxi driver

    A former Starhub sales executive misappropriated 40 sets of iPhones by subscribing to extra mobile phone lines on behalf of unsuspecting customers — and while on bail for the offence, assaulted a taxi driver.

    Yahoo News Singapore
  • Tomb Full of Mummies Unearthed at Luxor

    Several mummies and more than 1,000 figurines have been discovered at an ancient cemetery located at Luxor in Egypt, archaeologists reported. A team of archaeologists with the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities uncovered the funerary complex during the ministry's ongoing excavations at the site. The funerary complex contains multiple tombs that were originally built for a man named Userhat, who was a judge in Luxor sometime during what modern-day archaeologists call Egypt's New Kingdom (1550–1070 B.C.) period, the ministry said in a statement.

  • Stephon Marbury is parting ways with the Chinese team that made him a legend

    Stephon Marbury and the Chinese Basketball Association team that made him a legend abroad are headed for a temporary separation.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Lawyer for Philippines hit-man files complaint against Duterte at ICC

    By Clare Baldwin and Stephanie van den Berg HONG KONG/THE HAGUE (Reuters) - A Philippines lawyer filed a complaint at the International Criminal Court (ICC) on Monday against President Rodrigo Duterte and senior officials, accusing them of mass murder in a nationwide anti-drugs crackdown. Attorney Jude Sabio said in the 77-page complaint that Duterte "repeatedly, unchangingly and continuously" committed crimes against humanity and that under him, killing drug suspects and other criminals has become "best practice". Sabio is the lawyer for Edgar Matobato, a man who has testified in the Philippines Senate that he was part of a hit squad that operated on Duterte's orders.

  • Remember 'The Dress'? It Looked Different to Night Owls & Early Birds

    "The dress" that went viral in 2015 caused a lot of confusion, with some people perceiving the garment as white and gold and others seeing it as black and blue. Now, researchers have found that these differences in perception may be rooted in the fast assumptions that people's brains made about how the dress was illuminated, according to a new study. The people who saw the dress as white and gold probably assumed that it was photographed in a shadow, while those who saw the clothing as black and blue likely assumed it was illuminated by artificial light, found Pascal Wallisch, a neuroscientist at New York University.

  • Qatar Airways sees 'manageable' decline in flights to US

    The CEO of one of the Middle East's largest carriers said Monday passenger numbers to the United States have dipped slightly over fears by some Muslim passengers that their visas may be rejected upon arrival, ...

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  • Oregon teen sells $1 million in custom socks

    SHERWOOD, Ore. (AP) — Seventeen-year-old Oregon resident Brennan Agranoff spends his days going to school, doing chores and running his custom-design sock business.

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  • Pacquiao lands Down Under, tells Horn to be ready

    (Reuters) - Eight-division world champion Manny Pacquiao concedes his next opponent Jeff Horn is a bit of an unknown quantity but has told the Australian he needs to be in peak condition to make sure their WBO welterweight title fight pleases fight fans Down Under. Pacquiao made a low-key entry to Australia on Monday, touching down at Brisbane airport for a promotional tour for their July 2 bout at Lang Park and speaking briefly to reporters before being whisked away by handlers. "I don't know much about him, but I know he's a fighter," Pacquiao told local media.

  • Hundreds of Meltwater Streams Found Flowing Across Antarctica

    Huge swaths of Antarctica are awash in draining meltwater during the summer months, the first-ever continent-wide survey of meltwater shows. Although past studies revealed that portions of Antarctica's Western Peninsula were melting at an alarming rate, most scientists believed the rest of the continent did not face extensive melting during Antarctica's ephemeral summer months. "This is not in the future — this is widespread now, and has been for decades," lead author Jonathan Kingslake, a glaciologist at Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, said in a statement.

  • 'Bed-blocking' patient left waiting three and a half years to be discharged from hospital despite being well enough to leave 

    The patient, who has not been named, and who suffers from a "serious mental health condition" plus a learning disability and physical health problems, has now been in a hospital bed for 1,338 days. In the letter, Mr Gething lists the longest delays experienced by individual patients at each of Wales's seven health boards, as of January 2017, and reveals that along with the Hywel Dda University Health Board patient who has been waiting for three-and-a-half years, two other patients in the country have been stuck in hospital beds for more than a year-and-a-half each. The letter goes on to say that it is anticipated that the health board's clinical team anticipates being able to discharge them "in about six months".

    The Telegraph
  • Sharapova back in business, like it or not

    Maria Sharapova returns after a 15-month doping ban Wednesday, desperate to rediscover the glory which brought her five Grand Slams, the world's top ranking and a spectacular multi-million dollar lifestyle. The Russian will step onto centre court at 1830 (1630 GMT) on Wednesday and could not have picked a better tournament for her return, having won the Stuttgart title three times, and suffering just one defeat.

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  • So, what is so bad about renting a house instead of owning one?

    KUALA LUMPUR, April 24 ― When Second Finance Minister Datuk Seri Johari Abdul Ghani proposed long-term rental as one of the solutions to the country’s housing quandary, the idea drew so much...

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  • How Naked Mole Rats Can Survive Without Oxygen for 18 Minutes

    The totally bizarre naked mole rat just got weirder. Now, new research finds that naked mole rats can also live up to 18 minutes without oxygen and suffer no lasting effects. For comparison, humans generally start accumulating serious brain damage after only about 3 minutes without oxygen.