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City manager Guardiola dismisses Chinese media criticism

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Pep Guardiola made an impassioned defence of Manchester City and his players after criticism in China's state media over his club's "arrogance" during their stopover in Nanjing and Shanghai for last week's Premier League Asia Trophy.

'El Chapo' lawyer dismisses U.S. officials' escape fears

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A lawyer for Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman rejected prosecutors' claims that the Mexican drug lord may try to escape from the Manhattan jail where he awaits sentencing, and said he should be afforded regular exercise on the building's roof.

Modi proclaims a cleaner India, but the reality may be more murky

KOPPAL/SHIKRAWA, India (Reuters) - Every morning around dawn, dozens of people gather by the dusty banks of a stream snaking through Shikrawa village, two hours south of India's capital, New Delhi, to do the same thing: defecate in the open.

AG dismisses ‘failure to advise Rulers’

PETALING JAYA: Attorney-General Tommy Thomas has brushed aside talk that he failed to advise the Conference of Rulers on the need to commit to the Rome Statute.

Despite talk of returns, Turkey quietly works to integrate Syrian refugees

GAZIANTEP, Turkey - When his rebel fighter son was killed and life in Syria became impossible for Jamal Sahlabji, he and his remaining family packed up and joined hundreds of thousands fleeing to neighbouring countries.

Health Minister dismisses fake news about deaths caused by Pasir Gudang chemical pollution

JOHOR BARU: Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad has rubbished claims that have been deaths resulting from the Kim Kim chemical pollution case in Pasir Gudang.

Now, Mahfuz also dismisses claims that he was a university graduate

PETALING JAYA: Deputy Human Resources Minister Datuk Mahfuz Omar dismissed claims that he was a Belford University graduate.

From Italy and within, Macron assailed by political foes

PARIS (Reuters) - Populists and the far-right in Italy and France are mounting a multi-pronged assault on President Emmanuel Macron, hoping to unsettle his centrist, pro-Europe agenda ahead of European Parliament elections in May, while also shoring up their own bases.