• Barcelona suing Neymar for alleged breach of contract

    By Rik Sharma BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona are suing Neymar for 8.5 million euros for alleged breach of contract and demanding he return the loyalty bonus paid after he renewed his deal in October, less than a year before he signed for Paris St. Germain, the club said Tuesday. "Barcelona have taken these actions in defense of their interests, after Neymar's contract was rescinded just a few months after he signed on until 2021," a club statement said. PSG signed Neymar for a world record 222 million euro ($261 million) fee in August, paying his release clause with Barcelona unwilling to negotiate the sale of one of their best players.

  • In Chinese community, one-night stands are getting old

    Nimble after years of practice, Trinley Norbu is used to hoisting himself three stories up the side of a stone house and through the window for a one-night stand in his southwest China community. The Zhaba eschew monogamous relationships for traditional "walking marriages" -- so-called since men typically walk to their rendezvous before slipping through their lover's window. The arrival of the internet, smartphones, livestreaming and popular Korean TV shows, along with improved transportation and education opportunities beyond the valley, have exposed the once isolated Zhaba to other lifestyles.

  • Divers have located human remains in warship: US admiral

    Divers searching for 10 missing sailors on a US destroyer that collided with a tanker off Singapore have found human remains, the commander of the US Pacific Fleet said Tuesday. "The divers were able to locate some remains in those sealed compartments during their search today," Admiral Scott Swift told reporters, referring to a search by divers of compartments on the damaged warship USS John S. McCain. The accident happened before dawn Monday in busy shipping lanes around the Strait of Singapore, with water flooding into the vessel after a huge hole was torn in its hull.

  • SEA Games: Schooling golden, teen crowned fastest man

    Olympic swimming champion Joseph Schooling grabbed his second gold of the Southeast Asian Games on Tuesday as hosts Malaysia capped a medal-laden day when teenager Khairul Hafiz was crowned the region's fastest man. Schooling, Singapore's first Olympic gold-medallist after his 100m butterfly win in Rio last year, led his team-mates to a commanding 4x100m freestyle relay victory in a Games-record 3min 17.85sec. Texas-based Schooling is targeting six gold medals in Kuala Lumpur after a winless world championships in July, and he now has two titles in two nights after his 50m butterfly victory a day earlier.

  • UFO and alien captured on camera in Airasca, Italy

    Check out this haunting footage of a UFO in the night sky of Airasca, Italy. Just wait until the end! Shocking!

  • Selena Gomez Wore One Of Our Favorite Under-The-Radar Brands

    Selena Gomez has proven herself extremely style savvy, whether in show-stopping red-carpet gowns or channeling ’90s nostalgia (and let’s not forget her killer Revival Tour wardrobe). With a penchant for monochromatic color patterns and figure-flattering silhouettes, the singer and actress rocks both high-fashion trends and classic pieces with aplomb. Selena just stepped out in one of our favorite up-and-coming brands, Khaite. Launched in 2016, the label serves up classic silhouettes with clean, modern lines. We love how Sel keeps her full skirt cool for evening by teaming it with a fitted bodysuit and flat loafers-plus, the quiet nod to ’50s style is totally chic. Here, take a look at Selena’s easy-to-recreate outfit, then continue on for more of her standout fashion moments to date.

  • COMMENT: Is Singapore becoming a catch-up nation?

    The first clear sign that Singapore is beginning to lose the plot came on Sunday (20 August) as Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong gave the National Day Rally, the year’s most important political speech. The three issues he raised - pre-school education, diabetes and smart nation - are not new as these have been raised before. So why did he make these issues the cornerstone of his address?