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LONDON (Reuters) - Australian showman Nick Kyrgios's said he was playing "unbelievable" tennis before being forced to quit with an abdominal injury after two sets of his third-round Wimbledon clash against Felix Auger-Aliassime on Saturday.
Hong Kong’s forbidden fruit and the national security law: the rise and fall of Apple Daily and founder Jimmy Lai
The rags-to-riches story that Hong Kong was once famous for has come to an end, with main protagonist absent in final actHard-charging tabloid that shook up city’s media scene undone by weight of law that it railed against
LONDON (Reuters) - There have been some tough times for Arsenal since Arsene Wenger ended his long reign as manager in 2018 but there was always something to cling to for the fans, a glimmer of hope despite the nagging sense of decline.
PETALING JAYA: If there is one man oozing with confidence right now, it has to be Selangor’s Oliver Buff (pic).
THE coronavirus pandemic is still raging throughout large parts of the world and China is facing a resurgence of the outbreak, yet investors keep pushing luxury-goods stocks higher, undeterred by near-record valuations.
PETALING JAYA: The cancellation of the prestigious Malaysia Cup tournament has left players and officials gutted.
SINGAPORE, Sept 20 (The Straits Times/ANN): With the Government clamping down on food and beverage (F&B) outlets for flouting Covid-19 safe management measures last weekend, establishments in popular spots, such as Bugis, Orchard Road and Tanjong Pagar, have also come under greater scrutiny.