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PETALING JAYA: Kpah Sherman (pic) is a hotshot in the Malaysian football league but the PKNS’ top scorer is also hot under the collar – from alleged racial monkey chants from fa
MILAN (Reuters) - Police on Monday arrested 10 chiefs of hardline Juventus supporters clubs on suspicion of blackmailing the Serie A champions to obtain free tickets to sell on the black market in the latest blow to the image of Italian football.
SYDNEY: Australian pension funds are sitting on a A$245 billion ($167.38 billion) 'wall of money' that will probably flow overseas because of a lack of domestic options, asset managers say.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Anti-government protests that have roiled Hong Kong for more than three months spread to the sports field on Tuesday, as many local fans defied Chinese law to boo the country's national anthem ahead of a soccer World Cup qualifier against Iran.
HAMPTON FALLS, N.H. (Reuters) - The simmering rivalry between progressives Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, presidential contenders with similar policies but sharply different styles, is headed for a showdown in New Hampshire.
SRINAGAR, India/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Cities around Pakistan came to a standstill on Friday as tens of thousands of people poured onto the streets in a government-led demonstration of solidarity with the disputed region of Kashmir, after India revoked its autonomy this month.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Thousands of South Koreans protested outside Japan's embassy in Seoul on Wednesday and city officials unveiled a new memorial to wartime 'comfort women' at the centre of a row over the two countries' shared history.
LANGKAWI: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has urged island residents hit by the tail end of Typhoon Lekima to be resilient and appreciate whatever aid is provided by the government.
LANGKAWI (Bernama): Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has urged victims of the storm disaster left behind by the tail-end of Typhoon Lekima to be resilient and appreciate the assistance they receive from the government.
SRINAGAR (Reuters) - Hundreds of people protested in Kashmir's main city of Srinagar on Sunday against India's decision to curb its autonomy, despite new restrictions on travel and a seventh straight day of communications blackout.