• Leicester cannot repeat their title glory - Ranieri

    (Reuters) - Claudio Ranieri warned Leicester City fans, who were still in dreamland on Tuesday following their side's "unbelievable" Premier League triumph, that a repeat next season could not happen. The Foxes' Italian manager, talking for the first time since Leicester's victory was sealed on Monday evening when nearest rivals Tottenham Hotspur failed to beat Chelsea, said their target now as champions would be a top-10 position. It was a typical response from Ranieri, who has spent all season dampening down the expectations of supporters only to finally oversee a triumph considered perhaps the most unlikely in the annals of English football.

    Reuters
  • Watch Out For Broadcasting Stocks' Q1 Earnings: SNI, DISCA

    The earnings season is moving full steam ahead with multiple reports lined up for release this week.

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  • Kylie Jenner's Met Gala dress made her bleed

    Kylie Jenner's silver beaded Balmain gown at the Met Gala caused her pain.

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  • The Latest: Trump says Indiana win means 'it's over'

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the 2016 presidential race on the eve of Indiana's primary (all times EDT):

    Associated Press
  • 'Impossibly rare' violet diamond found in Australia

    A rare violet diamond, the largest of its kind ever found at Australia's remote Argyle mine, will be the centrepiece of Rio Tinto's annual pink diamonds showcase, the company said Tuesday. After weeks of assessment, the Argyle Violet was polished down to a 2.83 carat, oval-shaped diamond. "Impossibly rare and limited by nature, the Argyle Violet will be highly sought after for its beauty, size and provenance," Rio Tinto Diamonds general manager of sales, Patrick Coppens, said in a statement.

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  • Hiddink condemns Chelsea-Spurs post-match scuffle

    Outgoing Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink voiced displeasure over the scuffle that broke out between his players and the Tottenham Hotspur squad after Monday's stalemate at Stamford Bridge that ended Spurs' Premier League title hopes. Tottenham had nine players booked, the most in the league's history, and Chelsea had three bookings in an ill-tempered London derby which saw Hiddink knocked over during the brawl and Spurs midfielder Mousa Dembele appear to attempt eye-gouging Diego Costa.

    Reuters
  • Friday deadline for suspension of Johor bus services

    JOHOR BARU, May 3 — Stage bus operators in the state may stop services by Friday. Johor Bus Operators Association (JBOA) president Jotisrop Suchdav said yesterday they can no longer cope with...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • US woman sues Starbucks for $5 mn over ice in cold drinks

    A Chicago woman is suing Starbucks for more than $5 million, claiming the coffee giant is underfilling its popular hand-blended iced coffee, tea and other drinks, making customers overpay for beverages. In a lawsuit seeking a jury trial and class action status, alleging false advertising and consumer fraud, Stacy Pincus accuses the world's biggest coffee retailer of serving its customers "much less than advertised -- often nearly half as many fluid ounces." "As a result of this practice, Starbucks's cold drinks contain significantly less product than advertised, by design and corporate practice and procedure," the suit filed last week says. Starbucks baristas typically fill cold-drink plastic cups to the top black line printed on the cups and the rest with ice.

    AFP News
  • Wong Jing will not address his critics

    The Hong Kong producer-director says that he will not give Netizens the pleasure

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  • Taliban threats force Afghan boy, fan of Messi, into exile

    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — The family of a 5-year-old Afghan boy who received autographed shirts from his soccer hero Lionel Messi was forced to leave Afghanistan amid constant telephone threats and a menacing Taliban letter, the boy's father said Tuesday.

    Associated Press
  • U.S. tells Pakistan it will have to fund F-16s itself

    The United States has told Pakistan it will have to finance the purchase of American F-16 fighter jets itself after members of the U.S. Congress objected to using government funds to pay for them. The U.S. government said in February it had approved the sale to Pakistan of up to eight F-16 fighter jets built by Lockheed Martin Corp, as well as radar and other equipment in a deal valued at $699 million.

    Reuters
  • CEO of China's Baidu summoned over student death

    Authorities have summoned the head of Baidu after the death of a student who sought a cancer cure on the Chinese search giant, reports said Tuesday, prompting a barrage of criticism for prioritising paid search results. Wei Zexi, 21, had already been diagnosed as having a terminal soft tissue disease when his family found an experimental immunotherapy treatment at a Beijing hospital run by the armed police force via a Baidu search. Wei accused the hospital of exaggerating the treatment's efficacy and accused Baidu of ranking medical information search results by the amount paid by advertisers, denouncing it as "evil" and warning other cancer patients "not to be cheated".

    AFP News
  • Lorde suffers wardrobe malfunction at Met Gala

    Lorde walked the red carpet at the Met Gala with a plaster cast on her left forearm.

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  • Japan agrees to lease military aircraft to Philippines

    Japan will lease military aircraft to the Philippines in another sign of deepening security ties between the two former foes to counter Beijing's increasing regional influence. The agreement was made Monday afternoon during telephone talks between Japan's Defence Minister Gen Nakatani and his Philippine counterpart Voltaire Gazmin, the ministry said. Tensions in the South China Sea -- through which one third of the world's oil passes -- have mounted in recent years since China transformed contested reefs into artificial islands capable of supporting military facilities.

    AFP News
  • EPF says unperturbed as 1MDB defaults on some debt

    KUALA LUMPUR, May 3 ― The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) said today is not worried about its RM200 million investment in 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) that last month defaulted on two of its...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Senator alarmed by Philippine candidate's plan on guerrillas

    MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A Philippine senator expressed alarm Tuesday over a presidential frontrunner's plan to allow communist guerrillas to play a political role in the government if he wins, saying this would cause rumblings within the military.

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  • Things to know: the benefits of students taking a gap year

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama's daughter Malia is taking a year off after graduating from high school before attending Harvard University as part of an expanding program for students known as a "gap year."

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  • Train disruption affects service between Bukit Panjang and Sixth Avenue for half an hour

    According to SBS Transit, the disruption which began at about 11am was caused by a train fault involving a train’s emergency brake at the Beauty World Station. Free bus rides were made available during this period until full service resumed at 11:40am.

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  • North Korea says waitresses tricked into going to South

    PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — North Korea stepped up its calls Tuesday for South Korea to return 12 waitresses whom Pyongyang says Seoul abducted from a restaurant in China.

    Associated Press