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Moderation is cool

The recently concluded German elections sent shockwaves through Europe and the world. The Alternative for Germany (AfD) with a far right ideology, emerged as the third largest party in the Bundestag.

Polls open as Slovenian president runs for his second mandate

LJUBLJANA (Reuters) - Polls opened in the Slovenian presidential election on Sunday with incumbent President Borut Pahor running for his second five-year mandate against eight other candidates.

Sofia police detain 42 before city derby, three children in hospital

SOFIA (Reuters) - Police detained 42 suspected soccer hooligans before Levski Sofia's 2-2 draw against bitter city rivals CSKA in the Bulgarian league at the Vasil Levski national stadium on Saturday.

Golf - Home favourite Garcia leads Valderrama Masters by one shot

MADRID (Reuters) - Sergio Garcia heads the leaderboard by one shot on home territory going into the final round of the Andalucia Valderrama Masters, while Daniel Brooks put himself in contention.

Styling Singapore her own way

IT’S a blazing hot day and sunlight is peeking through the wooden lattices that line the walls of Wild Rocket @ Mount Emily restaurant.

Dressing up: Shunmugam, founder and designer of womenswear label Ong Shunmugam, is determined not to be another fashion casualty.

Children come first

Learning is more than passing exams with flying colours, says Deputy Education Minister Datuk Chong Sin Wòon.

Face to face: Chong telling a story to pupils of SJKC Chung Wah Sasaran, Kuala Selangor in June last year. Chong says learning should be fun.

Adam twice denied of podium finishes

PETALING JAYA: Adam Khalid twice missed out on the podium in the second leg of the FIA Formula 4 South-East Asia Championship in the Philippines.

JDT and Kedah to battle for Malaysia Cup supremacy

PETALING JAYA: It will be the battle of champions in the Malaysia Cup final.

Pointy end of things: Felda United’s Mohd Alif Mohd Yusof (right) vying for the ball with Kedah’s Baddrol Bakhtiar during the second leg of the Malaysia Cup semi-finals at the Darulaman Stadium in Alor Setar last night.

Lucky Conte acknowledges Chelsea's big heart and defensive weakness

LONDON (Reuters) - Though he says he feels no pressure from above, Antonio Conte looked a relieved man and said he was lucky after his Chelsea side came from behind to beat Watford 4-2 on Saturday, halting October's winless run.

Playboy welcomes first transgender Playmate as cover girl

LOS ANGELES: In his first bold move as the new creative officer of the Playboy empire, Cooper, son of the late Hugh Hefner, confirmed that the famed men’s magazine will feature a transgender model for its November/December issue.

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