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Neymar limps off as Brazil draw with Nigeria

PSG forward felt a muscle injury and was taken off as a precaution.

Salah ‘must rest’, says Egypt coach

Salah raised eyebrows by removing any mention of his affiliation to Egypt on his Twitter bio.

PBS to take illegal immigrant problem to international platform

PBS president Maximus Ongkili says it will work with Sabahans abroad and at international forums to seek resolution of the issue on illegal immigrants if the government does not do anything.

Expect long US-China trade war, says Jack Ma

The Alibaba boss says it is not just the US and China which will be affected but also all countries having relations with the two nations.

BNM international reserves at US$104.6 billion as at July 13

The central bank says the reserves are sufficient to finance 7.5 months' of retained imports.

Why supersonic aircraft could be a terrible idea for the planet

Exponential carbon emissions and noise pollution in a new study that takes a closer look at the environmental impact of commercial supersonic jets.

Empty vessels make the most noise, Amar says on Umno man’s...

He says the court case is about SRC International, not 1MDB.

US ships will continue to be near Malaysian waters, says envoy

US ambassador to Malaysia Kamala Lakhdhir says US, like any other country, has the right to navigate in international waters.

Meeting to discuss Penang airport expansion soon, says Yeoh

The state exco in charge of tourism says he has had an informal meeting with Transport Minister Anthony Loke, and the response has been positive.

Fake Nigeria World Cup jerseys fly off the shelves

One Lagos market trader said he sells jerseys shipped from Thailand for 17,000 naira ($47, 40 euros) -- and demand is huge.

J.K. Rowling reveals ‘Fantastic Beasts 3’ is already in the pipeline

PARIS: J.K. Rowling has confirmed that she has already begun working on the screenplay for the third instalment "Fantastic Beasts" franchise, just six months...

Meet us on June 6, India police order Tony Fernandes

India’s cops want to question the AirAsia CEO over allegations of corruption and working to break rules to obtain a flying licence.

AirAsia India refutes bribery accusation against Fernandes

It says it is cooperating with India’s regulators to ‘present the correct facts’.

South African ‘colossus’ AB de Villiers retires

The South African superstar played in 114 Test matches, 228 ODIs, and 78 T20 Internationals for his country.

Penang airport expansion urgently needed, says Guan Eng

Double-digit growth in international passengers justifies need to expedite expansion, says Penang CM.

Dubai splashes billions on mega projects ahead of Expo

The value of Expo-related projects underway hit US$42.5 billion in March, according to the Construction Intelligence Report.

N. American travelers main driver of growth for international travel in...

Globetrotting travelers from North America are credited for making 2017 an exceptionally strong travel year in a new report released out of a major trade fair this week.

Iraq urges FIFA to lift ban on hosting internationals

Iraq has been banned from hosting international football matches for 28 years.

Warm smiles on cold frontier

The early exchanges between North and South Korean delegates before a rare round of talks appeared to show signs that the two countries' relationship may be improving.

Govt: PSC rates won’t affect international tourist arrivals

Deputy Transport Minister Ab Aziz Kaprawi says PSC rate of RM73 to international destinations besides Asean in klia2, is the lowest rate in the world.

Padu wins global award for boosting education blueprint initiatives

It beats multinational companies like Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Lloyds Banking Group, BAE Systems and Fujitsu.

RM200m transactions at Selangor International Expo

State government intends to turn Selangor into leading platform for food and halal entrepreneurs in the region.

Tourism to food, Buddhist Thailand hunts halal gold

From hotels with segregated swimming pools to jelly made from seaweed instead of pig bones, Buddhist Thailand is chasing halal gold as it welcomes Muslim visitors and touts its wares to the Islamic world.

IIUM creates history, wins prestigious Australs debate

International Islamic University Malaysia’s debate team is the first-ever Asian team to win the world’s second largest debate contest.