America

Donald Trump bracing himself for second book exposing White House chaos after surviving 'Fire and Fury'

'Media Madness: Donald Trump, The Press And The War Over The Truth' by veteran political journalist Howard Kurtz reveals aides' mockery of President's contrarian behaviour

World

EU ministers, Abbas to study ways to back two-state solution

The European Union's top diplomat says EU foreign ministers will study ways to support a two-state solution in Israel and the Palestinian territories in talks Monday with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

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55-year-old man who co-founded home for underprivileged girls accused of molesting six of them

The Malaysian man is also accused of repeatedly molesting and raping a 12-year-old girl at the charity home.

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Chelsea close in on Roma striker Edin Dzeko after agreeing to £28m basic fee

Chelsea are closing in on the signing of Roma forward Edin Dzeko after reportedly agreeing to a basic fee of £28m.

Entertainment

‘Tasteless, Vulgar and Obscene.’ China Just Banned Hip-Hop Culture and Tattoos From Television

Media regulators have banned the portrayal of "hip hop culture, sub-culture ... and dispirited culture"

World

World's richest 1% pocketed 80% of all new wealth last year, Oxfam report reveals

Billionaire wealth rose by an average of 13 per cent annually between 2006 and 2015, which was six times faster than wages of average workers

NHL

Power play pushes Kings past Rangers 4-2 to end skid

Tanner Pearson, Michael Amadio and Jake Muzzin each scored on the power play and the Los Angeles Kings snapped their six-game skid with a 4-2 win over the New York Rangers        

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Meet the newest player in the global space industry

Rocket Lab, a California-based startup, carried out a launch from New Zealand over the weekend that it said put three small satellites in orbit.

United Kingdom

Britain braced for floods and gale-force winds as melting snow and heavy storms set to bring misery and travel chaos

BRITS have been warned to expect flooding across the country as snow which has covered parts of the UK melts away. Scotland, the north of England and parts of the Midlands have been blanketed with snow over the weekend but a rise in temperatures will it t

World

Indonesia investigates online insults of Brunei's sultan

The Sultan of Brunei has made a complaint of defamation to the Indonesian police about an Instagram account that criticized the wealthy autocratic leader of Southeast Asia's smallest nation.

America

Violent deaths of LGBT people in Brazil hits all-time high

At least 445 LGBT Brazilians died as victims of homophobia in 2017, new research reveals, following a 30% spike in just one yearViolent deaths of LGBT people in Brazil have hit an all-time high following a sudden spike last year, new research reveals.At l

Sport

Federer eases past Fucsovics into Melbourne quarter-finals

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Roger Federer reached the Australian Open quarter-finals for the 14th time on Monday but the defending champion did not have everything his own way against 80th-ranked Hungarian Marton Fucsovics.

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