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Solskjaer not a proven one yet despite his amazing run with United

OLE Gunnar Solskjaer did something remarkable at the weekend – he took the FA Cup seriously. The team he picked signalled his intent to not only win the game, but to win the entire tournament.


Kick out that shady deal!

PETALING JAYA: You can’t cheat the country anymore!

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Abe vows to step up China ties but bolster defence

TOKYO: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledged he will further expand his country’s already improving ties with China but said Japan still needs to bolster its defence capability as far as space amid concern about Chinese military activity and uncertainty over North Korea’s denuclearisation.

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Cambodia seeks to arrest Sam Rainsy again

PHNOM PENH: Cambodia renewed calls for arrest of veteran opposition chief Sam Rainsy amid the threat of sanctions by the European Union, its biggest garment export market worth billions of euros a year, over human rights concerns.


Counsel: EC misconduct claim findings only academic

KLANG: The findings of the tribunal into allegations of misconduct committed by six former Election Com­mission (EC) members in the run-up to the 14th General Election will only be academic as the persons in question have quit, a tribunal hearing was told.


Jong-nam murder accused to enter defence

SHAH ALAM: The High Court has set 24 days starting March 11 for the two women accused of killing North Korea’s Kim Chol or Kim Jong-nam to enter their defence.


Button and Rosberg see big year ahead for Vettel

LONDON (Reuters) - Sebastian Vettel has a big season ahead of him at Ferrari and could feel the heat from new team mate Charles Leclerc, retired Formula One world champions Jenson Button and Nico Rosberg said on Monday.


Italy considering Afghan pullout within a year - defence source

ROME (Reuters) - Italy is considering pulling its troops out of Afghanistan within a year, a senior defence ministry source said on Monday, following reports the United States may cut back its own military presence.


Israel's Netanyahu to eject foreign observers in flashpoint Hebron

HEBRON, West Bank (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday he would eject a foreign force set up to help safeguard Palestinians in a flashpoint city in the occupied West Bank, accusing the observers of anti-Israel activity.


U.S. attorney general pick says he has discussed Mueller probe with Pence

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump's nominee for attorney general, William Barr, told U.S. lawmakers in comments released on Monday that while he has never spoken about the substance of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation with Trump, he has discussed it in broad terms with Vice President Mike Pence.