The Greek star won in straight sets.
The Japanese world No 4 jokes she is done playing the Canadian US Open winner.
The number of hot spots has declined by 78%.
Sofia Kenin surprised by the support from the crowd even that late in the night.
Indonesia opens clinics and ‘oxygen house’ at state hospitals to treat people suffering from respiratory illness.
Perak education director says API readings were falling in the state.
Thiem calls his eviction to make way for Williams 'a joke'.
Doubts over Serena’s fitness has many putting her as an outsider to win Roland Garros.
Six-time champions Australia, whose most recent title was in 1974, reached a first final in 26 years by seeing off Belarus 3-2 in Brisbane.
The index opens 4.88 points lower at 1,688.51.
For the first time, the EC will provide a live crossover on the nomination, polling and vote-counting on its Facebook page.
A dealer said sentiment in the market was sour amid a possible US government shutdown coupled with lower bond yields on the back of concerns of slowing economic growth.
Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof says general principle is that hearings should be confidential but there should be possibility of opening some proceedings to public.
PM says it is known fact that most of new Cabinet members in his government lack experience needed in running country.
UM's Edmund Terence Gomez says the government must ensure that those taking over the stakes in GLCs have the capacity and financing to take the companies forward.
The biggest change in the infrastructure of the sprawling complex in the New York borough of Queens will be the unveiling of the new 14,000-seat Louis Armstrong Stadium.
On 13-under-par, Pornanong led by one from English home favourite Georgia Hall, with South Korea's Ryu So-yeon a further shot back on 11-under.
Public Investment Bank Bhd said the higher index was tracking the firmer close of Wall Street overnight, boosted by technology stocks.
Amidst worries over escalating trade tensions between the United States and China, the ringgit opened lower against the US dollar.
The 25-year-old American arrived in Washington last year after ending an 11-month layoff with an opening loss at Wimbledon.
The ringgit opened easier against the US dollar today on lack of buying interest for the local note.
TA Securities says the market should stay range-bound with optimism over the US-European Union trade deal, China stimulus overshadowed by lingering US-China trade tensions and profit-taking ahead of the weekend.
Maybank Investment Bank Bhd in a research note said Bursa Malaysia is set to extend its gains today as sentiment could be boosted by firmer overnight US markets as well as China’s move to shore up growth.
State assembly speaker says opening ceremony will be held on Aug 9 and that there’s a plan to broadcast the sitting live through social media platforms.
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