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England's Neville says U.S. team breached etiquette with hotel visit

LYON, France (Reuters) - England manager Phil Neville has criticised the United States Soccer Federation for breaching etiquette by sending officials to the Lionesses' hotel in Lyon ahead of Tuesday's women's World Cup semi-final.

Japanese fleet prepares to resume commercial whaling

KUSHIRO, Japan (Reuters) - Japanese whaling ships prepared on Sunday to set to sea, with crews gathering on decks in a northern port a day ahead of Japan's first commercial whaling hunt in more than 30 years.

Shale fight forces Opec to accept lowest market share since 1991

LONDON: For almost three decades, Opec has always pumped at least 30% of the world’s crude oil, creating an informal floor for Saudi Arabia and its allies in the cartel. The level has survived everything from wars and economic crisis to terrorist attacks and diplomatic spats.

Facebook page of Australian missing in North Korea mysteriously reappears

SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Facebook page of an Australian man missing in North Korea reappeared then disappeared again on Saturday hours before Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Australia is still trying to find out what has happened to him.

Retro gamers, rejoice: The Commodore 64 remake is coming

Time to get nostalgic: The old Commodore 64 console is finally getting a remake.

Never too late to start a new chapter in life

FEW people seem to have noticed that I have not been around in Malaysia for the better part of the last nine months. That’s one of the benefits of social media, that we can always seem present in the

While Pakatan Harapan fights within, Umno rebuilds

PAKATAN Harapan’s strange pre-GE14 arrangement may cause the fall of its government, said Umno secretary-general Tan Sri Annuar Musa .

Huawei lifeline shows Trump prefers business deals over Cold War

WASHINGTON: In recent weeks, President Donald Trump has drawn the ire of security hawks in Congress for suggesting he could trade away his blacklisting of Huawei Technologies Co. to secure a trade deal with China.

Americans in Paris give World Cup red, white and blue passion

PARIS (Reuters) - They came in their numbers and America's 'soccer moms' - and dads and sons and daughters - played their part on a night when the highest profile game of the women's World Cup delivered a big-time atmosphere.

Aurier fears injury may end his Cup of Nations tournament

CAIRO (Reuters) - Ivory Coast captain Serge Aurier fears his Africa Cup of Nations may be over after being forced to leave the field during Friday's 1-0 defeat to Morocco in Cairo.