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Vietnam's Bamboo Airways to buy 10 Boeing planes during Trump-Kim summit

HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnamese carrier Bamboo Airways will sign a deal with Boeing Co to purchase 10 planes on the sidelines of this week's Trump-Kim summit, an airline executive said on Sunday.

Football

Leicester City part company with manager Puel

(Reuters) - Premier League side Leicester City said on Sunday they have parted company with manager Claude Puel, with the club sitting 12th in the league standings.

World

Senegal president's camp claims re-election victory but opposition cries foul

DAKAR/FATICK, Senegal (Reuters) - Senegal President Macky Sall's team claimed he won re-election in the first-round of voting on Sunday, but the opposition said preliminary election results showed a run-off was unavoidable.

World

Cargo jet with three on board crashes near Houston airport

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Boeing 767 cargo jetliner with three people on board crashed into a bay near Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport on Saturday, police and officials said.

Nation

Mohamad Hasan questions concession acquisition move to cut tolls

SEMENYIH: Barisan Nasional’s top leadership continue to question the Government’s motives for negotiating the acquisition of four main highway concessions.

World

After Venezuela violence, Pence to meet with Guaido in Colombia

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Vice President Mike Pence plans to have his first meeting with Venezuela's Juan Guaido in Colombia on Monday, Pence aides said, in a signal of support for the opposition leader after a weekend of violence.

AseanPlus News

'Beauty boot camps' key to Philippine pageant dominance

Manila (AFP) - Rodgil Flores casts a stern taskmaster's glance as grimacing young women in bikinis stride across one of the mirror-walled studios that is central to making the Philippines a beauty pageant juggernaut.

World

Bomb attack causes fire on Colombia's Mansoya Orito pipeline

BOGOTA (Reuters) - A bomb attack overnight caused a fire on Colombia's Mansoya Orito pipeline in southern Putumayo province, state-run oil company Ecopetrol said on Saturday.

AseanPlus News

New gender policy sparks talk

BEIJING: China has announced new measures against gender discrimination in Chinese workplaces that forbid employers from asking potential female hires questions such as if they are married or have children.

Musings

All upside down

I REMEMBER more than a year ago feeling dizzy because I thought the world had turned upside down. Things that used to be true were then declared fake, values that used to be upheld were discarded and their opposites lauded instead.