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Alvaro Morata has spoken to Jose Mourinho and told he wants to join Manchester United

ALVARO MORATA has spoken with Jose Mourinho and told him he is keen to join Manchester United.

Daily Mail /
Arsenal target Alexandre Lacazette in U-turn

Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas was bullish about Lacazette's future, while also claiming they would be keen to do a deal with Arsenal for one of the Gunners' own strikers, Giroud.

The Register /
Apple puts on its grey suit: Firm, 40, keen to meet corporate types

Could use all the dev time it hasn't been using on iPhones, amirite? Apple and consulting firm Deloitte are teaming up to help organisations with ...

The Register /
Apple puts on its grey suit: Firm, 40, keen to meet corporate types

Could use all the dev time it hasn't been using on iPhones, amirite? Apple and consulting firm Deloitte are teaming up to help organisations with ...

The Sun /
‘Be responsible for your investment’

KUALA LUMPUR: If something involving money sounds too good to be true, it probably is, said Securities Industry Dispute Resolution Centre (Sidrec) ...

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4th edition of BMW Safety 360° Program introduced

BMW Group Malaysia recently introduced the fourth edition of the BMW Safety 360° Program for the year 2017. Working in collaboration with Unique ...

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Kremlin urges international action to combat cyber crime

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Cyber attacks like the one which hit Russia and other countries on Tuesday underline the need for a concerted international action to fight cyber crime, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Wednesday. Tuesday's cyber attack ...

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Global wave of cyber attacks hit India's largest port

MUMBAI: A wave of cyberattacks wreaking havoc across computer systems worldwide disrupted operations at India's largest container port, the government said Wednesday. India's shipping ministry said a private terminal run by Danish sea transport giant A.P. Moller-Maersk at the Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) in Mumbai had been ...

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Analysts positive on SP Setia’s acquisition of I&P Group

PETALING JAYA: SP Setia Bhd’s acquisition of I&P Group Sdn Bhd is realisable net asset value (RNAV) accretive based on the estimated market value of its landbank of RM6.15 billion against the purchase price of RM3.65 billion. “After factoring in the increase in share base, RNAV per share is expected to be boosted by 2.5% to RM4.59,” said MIDF ...

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New US ambassador keen to see Chinese dissident go abroad

The new US ambassador to China said on Wednesday he would "love" to see terminally-ill Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo get treatment abroad ...

Daily Mail /
Man City corporate guests to watch post-match interviews

EXCLUSIVE: Officials at the Etihad Stadium — wary of criticism from opposition staff — have installed drapes that they can close in case they do ...

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Laura Muir still keen to run in 1500m & 5,000m at World Championships after injury

Laura Muir has recovered from a foot injury and remains "keen" to compete in both the 1500m and 5,000m at the World Championships.

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'World-class' Muir still keen on London double - coach

Laura Muir has recovered from a foot injury and remains "keen" to compete in both the 1500m and 5,000m at the World Championships.

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St Nicola turns off satnav for more scenic route towards independence | John Crace

Putting second referendum on hold was a huge concession Scotland’s first minister was making in making no real concession at allWhen a party loses more than a third of its seats at a general election, it tends to concentrate the mind. And Nicola Sturgeon was keen to let the Scottish parliament know she had been concentrating harder than anyone ...

Metro /
Classic Mini SNES eBay scalper prices are almost at £300

It’s still impossible to pre-order Nintendo’s Super Nintendo retro console, which has instantly spawned a super expensive grey market.

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Ireland could sell more AIB shares after oversubscribed IPO

Ireland could sell more shares in Allied Irish Banks (AIB) after its oversubscribed initial public offering (IPO) left large funds keen to buy more, ...

The Sun /
Traore leaves Chelsea for Lyon

LYON: Chelsea forward Bertrand Traore has joined Lyon for 10 million euros (RM47.9 million) on a five-year deal, the French club announced on ...

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Datuk Pa, a man of the people

KOTA BARU: Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed, the MP for Jeli who is fondly called Datuk Pa or Tok Pa, is a man in constant touch with the people despite his duties as a minister that often takes him away from Kelantan or the country. His constituents know that they can rely on him for any help as he is as approachable as the 'Pak Cik' (uncle) ...

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Is your dog just chasing its tail – or is it obsessive?

Lots of dogs chase their tails – but for some the behaviour is a sign of the canine version of OCD. Now scientists are finding the minds of dogs and humans might be more closely linked than we thoughtCuriously, and perhaps eagerly, I am looking at a bull terrier named Sputnik, searching for a resemblance. He’s a stocky three-year-old, mostly slate ...

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Medical marijuana woos four-legged fans

IT'S early morning, just after breakfast, and six-year-old Cayley is wide awake, eagerly anticipating her daily dose of cannabis. The black labrador, tail wagging, laps up the liquid tincture owner Brett Hartmann squirts into her mouth, a remedy he uses morning and evening to help alleviate Cayley's anxiety. "Ever since I started her ...

Daily Mail /
World’s first hotel meteorologist could save your holiday

The UK hotel's forecaster will create weather dependent itineraries, filled with hand-picked activities suited to those dry and bright mornings or ...

Daily Mail /
Pakistan Airlines plane revealed to have cockroaches

Passenger Muhammad Jami, from Pakistan, found his seats were occupied by the grim insects during a recent business trip - and was keen to record ...

The Sun /
Kazakh energy expo sapped by rows over costs, visitors

ASTANA, Kazakhstan: Kazakhstan sought a place in the sun when it bid to host a glitzy international energy expo, but a spat over visitor numbers has ...

The Guardian /
Squaring the circle on jargon. Why do we speak in riddles at work?

Phrases like ‘ideas shower’ are not only grating on the ear, they’re bad for business. But stopping people ‘reaching out’ for the latest buzzword is ...

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Google promises YouTube crackdown on online extremism

GOOGLE is promising to be more vigilant about preventing terrorist propaganda and other extremist videos from appearing on its YouTube site amid intensifying criticism about the internet's role in mass violence. Its crackdown will involve both computer programs and an expanded group of people dedicated to identifying videos promoting ...

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Watches born of tradition

AS a traditional watchmaking company, Longines has been producing exceptional timepieces since the very beginning. Today, the Longines Master Collection is the perfect illustration of this corporate ethos, as can be seen from the success enjoyed by this range since it was launched in 2005. All fitted with self-winding movements, the various ...

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