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June 14, 2018 3:42 AM N. Korea's Kim knows denuclearisation must be 'quick': Pompeo

SEOUL: North Korea's Kim Jong Un understands that denuclearisation must happen "quickly", US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Thursday, warning there will be no sanctions relief for Pyongyang until the process is complete. Pompeo said Washington remained committed to the "complete, verifiable and irreversible" denuclearisation of North Korea, after 8

June 13, 2018 3:35 PM Raccoon conquers skyscraper; Americans breathe easier

WASHINGTON: America breathed a sign of relief on Wednesday after a scruffy brown raccoon was captured following a perilous climb up a 23-story building in the northern state of Minnesota. Thousands of Twitter users followed the escapades of the raccoon on Tuesday as it slowly inched up the side of the UBS Plaza building in St. Paul, Minnesota 12

June 13, 2018 4:47 AM Guess co-founder quits after sex assault probe

NEW YORK: Paul Marciano, co-founder of the Guess fashion brand, resigned Tuesday in the wake of an investigation into sexual assault claims. Marciano "exercised poor judgment in his communications with models and photographers and in placing himself in situations in which plausible allegations of improper conduct could, and did, arise," Guess said in a Securities 8

June 13, 2018 1:03 AM Salah makes World Cup headlines for Chechnya photo

GROZNY, Russia: Mohamed Salah, a star attraction ahead of football's 2018 World Cup in Russia, has made headlines for a smiling photo with Ramzan Kadyrov, strongman of Chechnya where his Egypt team have set up camp. "Mo Salah was woken from his sleep so a man accused of 'torture and extrajudicial killings' could have a photo with him during training 10

May 25, 2018 9:03 AM Indian child dies from mother's 'snake bite' breast milk

NEW DELHI: An Indian woman who was bitten by a snake in her sleep and unknowingly breastfed poisoned milk to her daughter has died along with the child, police said Friday. The 35-year-old woman from Uttar Pradesh state did not realise she had been bitten when she woke and breastfed her daughter. The three-year-old girl and the mother fell ill on Thursday 12

April 17, 2018 2:51 AM (Video) Boss, wake up, we have reached... Boss? Boss!!

A VIDEO footage of a taxi passenger who could not wake up from his sleep on reaching his destination has gone viral on social media. The taxi driver couldn't wake his passenger up despite shouting and shaking him. In the end, he called the police to awake the passenger. The post on Facebook drew many funny comments. Some commenters with medical knowledge 77

March 21, 2018 5:46 AM Afghan street artists haunt warlords with graffiti campaign

KABUL: For days Hamida Barmaki's smiling face stared out over traffic in Kabul, painted in a towering mural near the home of the warlord blamed for her death before it was mysteriously covered over in white. The short-lived image on a concrete blast wall marked the beginning of a provocative campaign by social activist group ArtLords, whose artists are calling 13

March 15, 2018 11:29 AM Sleep deprived Najib soldiers on ahead of GE14

IPOH: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak said today he only had a few hours of rest daily in view of the approaching 14th General Election. "I sleep less, (but) work more, talk more and, hopefully, the votes will also be more. Work must be stepped up in the run-up to GE14, more so until the final moment," he said. Najib gave this reply to moderator 13

March 3, 2018 2:45 AM Chosen Jacobs of ‘It’ joins ‘Castle Rock’

Chosen Jacobs (right) is seen here with the rest of the cast of 'It'. — AFP picLOS ANGELES, March 3 — Upcoming Stephen King adaptation Castle Rock has added another It actor to its roster, with Chosen Jacobs playing the son of leading man André Holland. Based on multiple Stephen King stories, Castle Rock has already recruited Bill Skarsgård, who played 20

February 28, 2018 11:28 AM Rohingya flee no man's land after Myanmar threat

TOMBRU: Hundreds of Rohingya living in no man's land have left their makeshift camp and crossed into Bangladesh after soldiers from Myanmar used loud hailers to threaten them, community leaders said Wednesday. Around 6,000 Rohingya have been living on a thin stretch of land between the two countries since fleeing Myanmar in the wake of a brutal military 17