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Cricket

England end India's unbeaten run to revive semi-final hopes

BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) - A spirited England ended India's unbeaten run in the Cricket World Cup with a 31-run victory in a high-scoring group match to boost their semi-final prospects on Sunday.

World

Albanians vote in mayoral polls boycotted by opposition

TIRANA (Reuters) - Voting in Albanian mayoral elections that opposition parties are boycotting began calmly on Sunday after Western countries warned against violence, although some abstainers mocked those who were casting a vote with songs from the country's communist past.

Tennis

Djokovic prepares for Wimbledon with 'seven-hour' meeting

LONDON (Reuters) - Preparing to try and retain a Wimbledon title is arduous enough but men's top seed Novak Djokovic says he has spent as much time in the past few days playing politics as hitting tennis balls.

Nation

The Final Chapter:The fight back

“I DON’T think there’s any need to be afraid,” said the young lady sitting across the table. “It’s because of fear that no one dares to stand up, and more and more people become victims.”

It's Just Politics

While Pakatan Harapan fights within, Umno rebuilds

PAKATAN Harapan’s strange pre-GE14 arrangement may cause the fall of its government, said Umno secretary-general Tan Sri Annuar Musa .

Nation

No decision yet on African workers

LANGKAWI: The government has not decided whether workers from the African continent will be allowed into the country, said Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Moha­mad.

Nation

Melaka project now an iconic development

MELAKA: The once controversial mega project Melaka Gateway has now been accorded “iconic development” status by the Federal Govern­ment.

Musings

Never too late to start a new chapter in life

FEW people seem to have noticed that I have not been around in Malaysia for the better part of the last nine months. That’s one of the benefits of social media, that we can always seem present in the

Ceritalah

Washington SyCip– a timeless figure

MANILA, Jakarta and Bangkok: Southeast Asian cities are vast, rambunctious and extremely competitive, verging on the cutthroat.

AseanPlus News

Abe’s show overshadowed

OSAKA: The Group of 20 summit in Osaka has ended with lofty language from powerful world leaders, but it was eclipsed by US President Donald Trump, who agreed to restart trade talks with China and extended a surprise invitation for North Korea’s leader to meet him today.Despite the focus on Trump, the summit’s host, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, declared the gathering a success.