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  • Swim star Phelps beaten in first final of comebackSwim star Phelps beaten in first final of comeback

    Swimming superstar Michael Phelps finished second to old foe Ryan Lochte in the 100m butterfly in his first final since returning to the sport after 20 months out.

  • Rio police fire tear gas after dancer's funeralRio police fire tear gas after dancer's funeral

    Brazilian police fired tear gas to disperse dozens of angry mourners who attended the Rio funeral of a dancer friends and family say was the victim of police brutality.

  • Malaysia InsiderFrom God.com to photography, Korea ferry founder has diverse interests

    The head of the South Korean family that operated the ferry which sank last week is a billionaire once jailed for fraud, a photographer who has held an exhibition at the Louvre under a pseudonym and the founder of a church which owns the website www.god.com. At other times in his chequered past, Yoo Byung-un, in his 70s, has been a bankrupt...

  • Benfica, Sevilla strike firstBenfica, Sevilla strike first

    Benfica and Sevilla grabbed vital first leg leads in their Europa League semi-final clashes on Thursday leaving Juventus and Valencia to try and claw back deficits next week.

  • Microsoft earnings slip but still beat forecastsMicrosoft earnings slip but still beat forecasts

    Microsoft on Thursday reported quarterly profit slipped as lifestyles continued to shift from personal computers to mobile devices and Internet cloud software.

  • Microsoft earnings slip on soft computer salesMicrosoft earnings slip on soft computer sales

    Microsoft on Thursday reported quarterly profit slipped as lifestyles continued to shift from personal computers to mobile devices and Internet cloud software.

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  • Brumbies, Chiefs face Anzac Day showdownBrumbies, Chiefs face Anzac Day showdown

    Defending champions Waikato Chiefs and Australia's ACT Brumbies meet in this weekend's rematch of last year's Super Rugby final, with the winner keeping series leaders the Coastal Sharks in their sights.

  • Malaysia to release MH370 reportMalaysia to release MH370 report

    Malaysia will release a preliminary report on the disappearance of flight MH370, Prime Minister Najib Razak said, as the government battles widespread criticism over the transparency of its investigation.

  • US seeks $700,000 in assets of ex-S. Korean strongmanUS seeks $700,000 in assets of ex-S. Korean strongman

    The United States on Thursday said it is seeking to recover more than $700,000 in alleged corruption proceeds of South Korea's disgraced former strongman Chun Doo-Hwan.

  • Angry scenes as Chinese MH370 relatives meet airline staffAngry scenes as Chinese MH370 relatives meet airline staff

    A meeting between relatives of Chinese passengers aboard missing flight MH370 and Malaysia Airlines staff descended into chaos Thursday, with police stepping in to separate both sides amid angry scenes in a Beijing hotel.

  • Korean officials feel heat of ferry tragedyKorean officials feel heat of ferry tragedy

    In the hothouse atmosphere of anger and grief triggered by South Korea's ferry tragedy, the slightest misstep or ill-timed remark by any official can carry career-ending consequences.

  • Indonesia international school faces new sex abuse claimsIndonesia international school faces new sex abuse claims

    A prestigious Indonesian international school faced a mounting crisis Thursday, as new sexual assault claims emerged and an ex-teacher was revealed to have been a suspected paedophile under FBI investigation. 

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  • Obama 'ate only half' the sushi courseObama 'ate only half' the sushi course

    Barack Obama may have enthused publicly about the sushi he was served at an exclusive Michelin-starred restaurant, but he stopped eating half way through the meal, reports said Thursday.

  • Obama gets a kick out of footballing robotObama gets a kick out of footballing robot

    Barack Obama Thursday came face to face with Japan's newest sporting phenomenon -- an eerily realistic humanoid robot which can run, jump and enjoy a kickaround with the president of the United States.

  • 'Lost' Malaysian driver jailed for Singapore border dash'Lost' Malaysian driver jailed for Singapore border dash

    A Malaysian motorist who tried to dodge Singapore's border control has been jailed for eight weeks after a judge rejected his pleas that he was lost and overheating in his car, officials said Wednesday.

  • Powdered alcohol for US market hits label snagPowdered alcohol for US market hits label snag

    A powder that would give new meaning to mixed drinks may take time to hit the US market, the company said Tuesday after regulators found a labeling problem.

  • Powdered alcohol poised to hit US storesPowdered alcohol poised to hit US stores

    Just add water and stir. A US company says its new powdered alcohol product has been approved by US regulators and is poised to hit stores in the coming months.

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