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Premier League: Foxes conquer Palace for first win


Leicester City midfielder Ahmed Musa (left) shoots past Crystal Palace’s Welsh midfielder Joe Ledley to score the opening goal for his team at the King Power Stadium in Leicester on Saturday. The hosts won 3-1. (Photo: AFP)

CIMB Classic Golf: Anirban Lahiri opens up 4-stroke lead


Anirban Lahiri in action in the CIMB Classic golf tournament second round in Kuala Lumpur on Saturday. (Photo: AFP)

Young Japanese model takes world by storm

Rina Fukushi

Aged just 17 and still living with her family, Rina Fukushi has seen more of the world than most Japanese schoolgirls.

Formula One: Nico Rosberg back on top

Nico Rosberg ahead of the practice session on Friday. (Photo: AP)

Championship leader Nico Rosberg bounced back to top the times with Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton back in third place after Friday afternoon’s second free practice ahead of this weekend’s United S

Iraq parliament in surprise vote to ban alcohol

 Iraq's parliament on Saturday voted to ban the sale, import and production of alcohol. (Photo: AFP)

Some opponents of the ban argued that it violates the constitution, which guarantees the traditions of religious minorities.

Liverpool climb to second as Arsenal, Tottenham misfire

 Philippe Coutinhoscored the second goal for Liverpool as they beat West Bromwich Albion 2-1. (Photo: AP)

Arsenal failed to collect all three points as they were held to a 0-0 draw by Middlesbrough.

Adult film actress accuses Trump of sexual advances, offering her $10,000

 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. (Photo: AP)

She alleged that the Republican presidential nominee grabbed her tightly in a hug and kissed her without asking permission.

Steven Gerrard hint at Galaxy goodbye excites Liverpool fans

 Steven Gerrard's contract with LA Galaxy is set to expire at the conclusion of this MLS campaign. (Photo: AFP)

Gerrard scored 120 goals for Liverpool in more than 500 matches with the club.

Beer-goggles: foreign firms eye up Vietnam's state brewers


The sale comes as part of long-promised reforms to privatise bloated state firms, which official figures show contributed about one third of the country's GDP last year.

Over 35,000 suspects arrested in Turkey coup probe: minister

 Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. (Photo: AP)

Another 3,907 suspects were still being sought while nearly 26,000 people had been released into 'judicial control.'

According to the old saying, history repeats itself first as tragedy and second as farce. But some political parties are obviously not familiar with this verity.

Now that the crucial Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections are barely a few months away, Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah has started doing the rounds of temples and attending religious functions