• Grief-torn Man Utd summon nerve for final test

    Manchester United will attempt to put aside their grief on Wednesday in a Europa League final against Ajax scarred by the deadly terror attack in their home city. What should have been a showpiece occasion will instead carry a sombre tone, with players joining together for a pre-match minute's silence in memory of the 22 people killed at Manchester Arena on Monday. "It should be one big celebration, but when something like this happens two days before, the fact we've been discussing it just goes to show the impact," Ajax coach Peter Bosz told his pre-game media conference in Stockholm.

  • Thai couple with RM700,000 nabbed at KLIA2

    SEPANG, May 24 - A Thai couple was detained after RM700,000 was discovered in their baggage at the KLIA2 departure hall last Thursday.  Customs deputy director-general Datuk Zulkifli Yahya said...

  • Hard times: Japanese yakuza arrested for stealing food

    Life as a Japanese "yakuza" mobster is getting so hard that some are resorting to shoplifting food to stay in business. Two members of an organised crime gang were arrested for allegedly trying to steal grocery items worth 76,120 yen ($683) at a mall in the central Japanese city of Nagoya, police told AFP on Wednesday. "They are members of an affiliated gang group of the Kobe Yamaguchi-gumi," a police spokesman said, referring to an organisation that split off from the country's biggest yakuza crime syndicate, Yamaguchi-gumi, in 2015.

  • Manchester Arena attack: 22 killed at Ariana Grande gig by bomber named as Salman Abedi

    Britain's terror threat level increased from severe to critical Military personnel may be deployed at public events Thousands gather in city centre's Albert Square for vigil Bomber identified as 22-year-old Salman Abedi Isil claim responsibility for suicide bombing in Manchester Everything we know about bomb suspect Salman Abedi Girl, eight, among 22 people killed as 59 also injured in attack Theresa May: 'Callous attack carried out with cold calculation' Parents frantically search for missing after Ariana Grande gig Police arrest 23-year-old man in South ...

  • The Latest: Another awkward moment between Trumps in Rome

    TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) - The Latest on President Donald Trump's first trip abroad (all times local):

  • Roger Moore's Bond girl Jane Seymour leads tributes to late actor

    Old friends, fans and co-stars are mourning the acting icon's passing on social media.

  • India's electric vehicles push likely to benefit Chinese car makers

    By Aditi Shah NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's ambitious plan to push electric vehicles at the expense of other technologies could benefit Chinese car makers seeking to enter the market, but is worrying established automakers in the country who have so far focussed on making hybrid models. India's most influential government think-tank unveiled a policy blueprint this month aimed at electrifying all vehicles in the country by 2032, in a move that is catching the attention of car makers that are already investing in electric technology in China such as BYD and SAIC . The May 12 report by Niti Aayog, the planning body headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, recommends lower taxes and loan interest rates on electric vehicles while capping sales of petrol and diesel cars, seen as a radical shift in policy.