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Violent video games have ‘no place at the Olympics’, but e-sports are still in the running

Players of soccer, basketball simulations must show they are following standardised rules, IOC president says


SEA Games: Women's squash team in final as men crash out

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's overconfidence cost them dearly after the men's team was knocked out in the semi-finals of the SEA Games squash competition.


SEA Games: Gymnast Amy Kwan wins landmark 100th gold

KUALA LUMPUR: Rhythmic gymnast Amy Kwan Dict Weng grabbed the 100th SEA games gold medal for the country in style by winning the ribbon apparatus final, while teammate Koi Sie Yan dazzled with two individual apparatus golds.


Badminton - Denmark's Axelsen sinks Lin for title, Japan's Okuhara wins

(Reuters) - Viktor Axelsen blanked China's five-times winner Lin Dan 22-20 21-16 to become the third Danish man to win the world championship title and Japan's Nozomi Okuhara beat India's Pusarla Sindhu 21-19 20-22 22-20 in an epic women's final on Sunday.


SEA Games: Gymnasts Sie Yan and Izzah sizzle with two golds

KUALA LUMPUR: Koi Sie Yan continued to sizzle when she bagged the hoop gold in the rhythmic gymnastics apparatus finals at the Malaysian International Trade and Exhibition Centre here Monday.


US gasoline futures surge after Harvey, euro holds gains on Draghi comments

SINGAPORE: U.S. gasoline futures hit a two-year high on Monday after Hurricane Harvey pummeled the heart of America's energy industry, while the euro hit a 2-1/2-year peak after the European Central Bank President refrained from talking down the single currency


World win over Lin Dan fulfils Axelsen’s boyhood wish

GLASGOW: Denmark’s Viktor Axelsen fulfilled a childhood dream by beating the legendary Lin Dan in straight games to claim the men’s singles gold at the World Championships in Glasgow on Sunday.


Dutch men defend European title in dramatic comeback against Belgium

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The Dutch men successfully defended their European hockey crown on home soil on Sunday, delivering a thrilling comeback against an in-form Belgian side who had beaten them 5-0 six days earlier.


Asian stocks, oil rise; Euro surges to two-and-a-half year high

SINGAPORE: The euro hit a 2 1/2-year high early on Monday after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi refrained from talking down the single currency, while oil prices rose after Hurricane Harvey struck at the heart of the U.S. energy industry.


Over 6,000 M’sians turn out to celebrate diversity

SHAH ALAM: From royalty, captains of industry, celebrities and indigenous folk to people in general, Malaysians of all ages, creeds and colour rose early to come to­­gether in a celebration of unity during the #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk 2017.