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Klang cabbies struggling to make ends meet

TAXI drivers in Klang are appealing to Klang Municipal Council (MPK) for a permanent base at the former North Klang bus terminal.

We need a credible opposition

It may be too early to come to any conclusions, but I am wondering when we are going to get a proper opposition in Malaysia.

IRC starts with seven proposals

KUALA LUMPUR: Seven immediate recommendations on the reform of key institutions in the country have been handed in by the Institutional Reform Committee (IRC) to the Council of Eminent Persons (CEP).

Turning football dream into reality

KUANTAN: There is a possibility of bringing the world’s biggest single-event sporting competition to Malaysia in the future as the country can jointly host the 2034 FIFA World Cup with three other Asean countries.

Women in tech score symbolic wins, but cash is still hard to get

NEW YORK: For the past 21 years, serial startup founder Stefania Mallett has been seeking venture capital, usually from white male investors.

AfD - Germany's Ozil, Gundogan should be dropped from World Cup squad over Erdogan photo

BERLIN (Reuters) - The anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) on Tuesday called for soccer players Mesut Ozil and Ilkay Gundogan, who had their photographs taken with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, to be dropped from Germany's World Cup squad in Russia.

Semenya challenges IAAF ruling at Court of Arbitration for Sport

CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South African middle distance champion Caster Semenya has taken her challenge to a female classification ruling by the governing body of athletics to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, the court said on Tuesday.

Frankfurt most well-connected airport in Europe as UK falls behind

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Frankfurt airport is Europe's top-ranked airport in terms of connectivity after expansion by Lufthansa and new low-cost entrants such as Ryanair, according to the ACI Europe airports association on Tuesday.

Japan fans should feel lucky to be here - Japan soccer chief

SAMARA, Russia (Reuters) - Saburo Kawabuchi, president of Japan Top League and one of the most influential figures in Japanese soccer, caused a stir shortly before his country’s World Cup opener by saying the team's fans were just lucky to be at the World Cup.

Surprising Twist in a Soccer Soap Opera

VOLGOGRAD, Russia — And on the fifth day of the 2018 World Cup, that great, recurring soap opera of international sports finally got its chance to begin again: The not-so-mighty but ever-hopeful English national team took the field.