• Leicester City have Britain's bookmakers on run

    Leicester City, 5,000/1 no-hopers before the season started, will be responsible for an "unprecedented" £15 million ($22 million, 19 million euros) pay-out by Britain's bookmakers if they win the Premier League title, according to an industry insider. The Foxes need just three points from their remaining three league games this season to be crowned champions of England for the first time in their history and the Midlands club will take the title if they win at football giants Manchester United's Old Trafford ground on Sunday. "We are looking at a £3 million pay-out and the industry as a whole £15 million," Joe Crilly, of leading British betting firm William Hill, told AFP on Friday.

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  • China rejects Hong Kong port call by US carrier: Pentagon

    China has denied the US aircraft carrier USS Stennis and accompanying naval vessels permission to make a port call in Hong Kong, a Pentagon spokesman said Friday. It was not immediately known what prompted the Chinese action, but it comes amid growing tension between the two countries over Beijing's moves to assert its claims to much of the South China Sea. "We were recently informed that a request for a port visit by a US carrier strike group, including the USS John C Stennis and accompanying vessels, to Hong Kong was denied," Commander Bill Urban, a Pentagon spokesman, said.

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  • ‘Save Malaysia’ not stepping stone for Dr M, backers insist

    KUALA LUMPUR, April 30 — “Save Malaysia” is rooted in the desire to see changes in the country’s leadership and not to promote selfish interests, maintained political and civil society leaders...

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  • PrimaDeli sacks employee over “discriminatory remarks” made at job interview

    Bakery chain PrimaDeli has dismissed an employee for making “discriminatory remarks” at a job interview and apologised after a job applicant complained about the incident. In a separate post on Facebook on the same day, PrimaDeli said, “We would like to apologise to the wider community with regards to the circumstances. The applicant, Sarah Carmariah, who is said to be a Malay woman, took to Facebook on Thursday (28 April) to relate about her experience of the job interview on Monday (25 April) for the position of a cake decorator at the bakery.

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  • Revered Chinese monk is mummified and covered in gold leaf

    BEIJING (AP) — A revered Buddhist monk in China has been mummified and covered in gold leaf, a practice reserved for holy men in some areas with strong Buddhist traditions.

    Associated Press
  • Michael Lohan: 'Lindsay and Egor are engaged'

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  • Snooker player Fu ignores cue crisis to level semi-final

    Hong Kong's Marco Fu lost his cue tip but held his nerve to level his World Snooker Championship semi-final against Mark Selby at 8-8 on Friday. While chalking his cue and glancing at the table mid-break, Fu nudged the tip off and joined the Crucible crowd in shock as the world number 14 realised what had happened. Television analysts Stephen Hendry and Steve Davis were equally surprised and suggested the incident could upset the 38-year-old's progress in the best-of-33 frames encounter as he chased a first appearance in the final.

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  • US toddler shoots mother dead

    The 26-year-old victim, Patrice Price, was pronounced dead at the scene following Tuesday's incident in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the local sheriff's office said. "This little girl right here meant everything in the world to me," Andre Price told the station. The sheriff's office said that deputies found a security officer's gun belt belonging to the boyfriend on the floor of the front passenger seat.

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  • COMMENT: Two questions about the Bukit Batok by-election

    Narrow it down and the Bukit Batok by-election is really about two questions that have implications not just for voters there but for all Singaporeans. Is Singapore a forgiving society? Chee Soon Juan’s past political deeds still seem to be weighing down on him, if his team’s performance in Holland-Bukit Timah GRC is any indication.

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  • Sea lion that made strange, 50-mile trek to ranch found dead

    OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Washington state biologists are trying to determine what killed a sea lion that was captured and released after it was strangely found in the driveway of a cattle ranch about 50 miles from the ocean.

    Associated Press
  • US stocks tumble as Apple hit by Icahn exit of shares

    US stocks finished a volatile session sharply lower Thursday after investor Carl Icahn said he had sold his remaining investment in Apple, sending the tech giant's shares down 3.1 percent. Icahn told CNBC ...

  • Mayor: KL logo cost less than RM15,000

      KUALA LUMPUR, April 29 ― The cost of the contentious logo and brand master guide promoting Kuala Lumpur as a tourist destination was less than RM15,000 and mostly financed by a private...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Terengganu government discussed awarding islands to Dr Zakir Naik, state councillor claims

    KUALA LUMPUR, April 29 ― Terengganu's agriculture and agro-based industry committee chairman Nawi Mohamad has refuted a news report claiming that the issue of awarding islands in Tasik Kenyir to...

    The Malay Mail Online
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  • Philippines' Pacquiao shocked at Islamic militant kidnap claim

    Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao expressed shock Thursday at President Benigno Aquino's claim that Islamic militants planned to kidnap him, and said the alleged plot should not have been made public. Aquino released a statement Wednesday saying Abu Sayyaf, a notorious kidnap-for-ransom gang that has pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group and beheaded a Canadian hostage this week, had planned to abduct Pacquiao or his children. "I was alarmed when he announced... the Abu Sayyaf wanted to kidnap me.

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  • Qatar Airways head threatens to cancel Airbus order

    Qatar Airways chief Akbar al-Baker threatened to cancel an order for Airbus A320neo planes if the European manufacturer fails to address engine issues, in an interview broadcast on Thursday. "When ...

  • Taxi firm wants Uber, GrabCar probed for money laundering

    KUALA LUMPUR, April 28 ― The founder of a taxi firm today urged for an investigation against Uber and GrabCar, claiming the two ride-sharing service operators were running what he deemed to be a...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Japan gives up on failed black hole research satellite

    Japan is abandoning a quarter-of-a-billion-dollar satellite it sent to study black holes, disappointed space scientists said Thursday, after spending a month trying to save it. The ultra-high-tech "Hitomi" -- or eye -- was launched in February to find X-rays emanating from black holes and galaxy clusters. Bosses at Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) set dozens of their brightest minds on the task of salvaging the satellite.

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  • Chinese consortium offers 700 million euros for AC Milan - source

    A Chinese consortium has offered to buy AC Milan soccer club, one of former Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi's most cherished assets, two sources familiar with the matter said on Friday. The offer values the club the four-times prime minister refers to as "my Milan" at around 700 million euros ($801 million) including debt, one of the sources said. Berlusconi has been looking for more than a year for someone to buy a minority stake in the club that won the Champions League five times after he bought it 30 years ago.

  • Her Husband Is Having An Affair. The Infidelity Is Unspeakable. #ShortFilm

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  • Lego admits 'mistake' in Ai Weiwei bricks row

    Lego billionaire Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen has admitted that the Danish toymaker's refusal to sell bricks to dissident Chinese artist Ai Weiwei was a "mistake". The company found itself at the centre of a social media storm last year after Ai said Lego had refused his order of the famous children's building blocks as they would be "used for political works". Lego's deputy chairman, the grandson of the company's founder, said the decision to deny the artist a bulk order had been due to "an internal mistake." The order, which Ai planned to use for a show in Australia, had been rejected "very low in the organisation by our consumer service department," Kirk Kristiansen told The Wall Street Journal in an interview published Thursday.

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