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Marquez injured in crash at Thailand MotoGP practice

Honda is hopeful the Spanish ace can continue with the race weekend.

Anime fans and creators reel after deadly Japan fire

The fire at Kyoto Animation killed 33 people and injured dozens more at a firm that has delighted fans across the world with its animations of popular manga works.

Japan studio arson attack a ‘blow to animation industry’

The studio has an outsized impact on Japan's noted animation industry that outstrips a list of the works it has produced.

Iran frees Lebanese man convicted of spying for US

Nizar Zakka is now a free man after his arrest in 2015 on charges of spying for the United States.

Vietnam woman in Jong Nam murder to be freed on May...

Doan Thi Huong will be flown immediately to Hanoi, says her lawyer.

Part 1: 20 super cool things you can do for free...

From learning new languages and taking notes to creating great designs and composing music, there's something for everyone online and it's all for free.

Anwar hopes free e-tuition programme spreads beyond Port Dickson

He says the programme, mooted as part of his by-election campaign, will be beneficial for all students from Year 1 to Form 5.

18 things you can receive or donate in ‘Freecycle Malaysia’

Part of a worldwide network of 'gifting' groups, the idea is to offer items in good condition to other people, for free.

Immigration: Illegals have till Aug 30 to turn themselves in

Immigration DG Mustafar Ali says after that, the department will take a firmer approach.

Philippines, US to start free trade talks in September

Jose Manuel Romualdez told reporters the first round of talks will be held in Washington and would likely focus on labour, intellectual property and agriculture.

We didn’t pay a sen for Ramadan bazaar lots, say traders

They defend PPBM member Noorhisyam Abd Karim and MP Fong Kui Lun for helping to obtain permits from DBKL.

World Cup telecast to cost RM30 million, half already recouped

RM15 million has already been recouped through sponsorship, says minister Gobind.

Bersih tells media: Start new chapter, no more one-sided stories

The NGO says the media must give equal coverage to all political parties, not just the ruling government, unlike the practice under Barisan Nasional.

Anwar walks out a free man

He is now en route to Istana Negara where he will have an audience with the king.

EU invites 15,000 teens to travel free in Europe

Under the DiscoverEU programme, 15,000 young citizens of EU nations can apply next month for free train, bus, ferry, and in some cases, plane tickets, to visit other EU countries.

Apple is replacing MacBook Pro batteries free of charge

If you're an owner of a 13-inch Macbook Pro, it may be worth checking if you're eligible for a free battery replacement before the existing one swells up and causes bigger issues.

Israel to free 200 African migrants awaiting deportation

The government has been trying to finalise an agreement with Uganda to take in the migrants, who came into Israel on foot through the Egyptian border over the past decade.

Michigan to end free bottled water for Flint, saying water crisis...

When the current supply of state-funded bottled water is depleted, the distribution centers will close and deliveries will end.

Spotify paints self as next Netflix, transforming entertainment

Like Netflix, Spotify offers consumers access to a head-spinning selection of content, personalized to their tastes.

BN’s ‘free plastic bag’ giveaway promise offensive, says Penang exco

Penang exco for environment says this will only reverse efforts to get more people to quit using plastic bags and hamper efforts to recycle.

Germany eyes free public transport to banish air pollution

If approved, it would be part of Germany's attempt to meet EU pollution standards.

Penang family who slept in corridor on Xmas Day gets flat...

Generous man lets family stay at his unoccupied flat at next block for free, tells them to pay rent when they can after 'a year or two'.

Allow observers to monitor GE14, lawyers’ group urges EC

Public confidence can only be restored if monitors' assessment reveals election process is free and fair, says Lawyers for Liberty executive director Eric Paulsen.

High Court confirms acquittal of former KL CID chief

The police officer had been charged with failing to declare his source of earnings in a sworn statement.