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CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (Reuters) - Francesco Molinari kept the coolest head in Carnoustie as he steered a steady course through a wild afternoon of nailbiting tension at the British Open on Sunday to become the first Italian major champion.
SHAH ALAM: Controversial Datuk Seri Jamal Yunos claimed that his only intention when smashing crates of beer at the main gate of the Selangor State Secretariat was to prevent public consumption of alcohol.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - The last time most Thais saw politician Suthep Thaugsuban was in 2015 when he entered the Buddhist monkhood and announced his retirement after spearheading protests that culminated in a military coup against a government he detested.
ST PETERSBURG (Reuters) - Supporters were in for a surprise on Friday as Brazil and Costa Rica walked out for their World Cup Group E clash in St. Petersburg wearing away colours despite no apparent clash in their home kits.
PARIS (Reuters) - Life is never dull when Fabio Fognini takes to the court and the Italian maverick was dipping into his bag of tricks again on Saturday as he knocked Britain's Kyle Edmund out of the French Open third round in five topsy-turvy sets.
BANGKOK: Although there are no longer military personnel posted at media outlets here, unlike during the period following a military coup on May 22, 2014, a tight grip on the media has been maintained more surreptitiously via junta laws and orders.