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Metro News

Pink sisterhood bonding over dance

THE love and passion for dancing brought together a group of vivacious women from diverse backgrounds to form a group called Pink Spice.

Business

Singapore seen set to suffer more than other regional nations due to trade war

SINGAPORE: Last year, Singaporean chemicals factory boss Erman Tan took his employees on a cruise to the Malaysian island of Penang. This year, Tan says the best he can offer is to watch a video of the trip.

Tennis

Federer looks to turn number nine Wimbledon dream into reality

LONDON (Reuters) - Historically, emotionally and statistically, Roger Federer remains the man to beat at Wimbledon even at the 21st time of asking.

Football

Suarez appeals for penalty for handball by Chile goalie

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Uruguay striker Luis Suarez took his reputation as a fierce competitor to new heights in his side's 1-0 win over Chile in the Copa America on Monday by appealing for a handball -- by Chile's goalkeeper.

TECH

Users can now order in store with WeChat Pay's new Smart Order feature

Customers can avoid lines and shouting for a waiter's attention with WeChat Pay's Smart Order service that offers digital menus for in store orders.

Football

Wounded Seladang now turn their attention to Felda United

PETALING JAYA: Winger J. Parthiban believes wounded Perak are ready to bounce back in the Super League after suffering a big blow in the FA Cup.

Nation

Haziq: My political career is over

LANGKAWI: Haziq Abdullah Abdul Aziz had wanted to run for public office in the future but his dreams have been dashed following the recent sex video scandal.

Motorsport

Dominant Hamilton is setting a record pace

LE CASTELLET, France (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton could overtake Michael Schumacher's record haul of 91 wins by the end of the season, however surreal that may sound.

ASEAN+

One year on, ‘Wild Boars’ now lead charity race

Mae Sai (Thailand): A Thai youth football team and their coach led a charity race near the Tham Luang cave which they entered exactly one year ago, emerging alive 18 nail-biting days later.

Nation

A destiny tied to China

YOU’VE got to hand it to the British because they are really the masters at the game. Anyone who has studied basic Malayan history would know that officials during colonial times merely identified themselves as advisers.