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Hamilton surprised by pole after ‘big calls’

Hamilton surprised by pole after ‘big calls’

Hamilton equalled Michael Schumacher’s record of five poles at Sepang Lewis Hamilton said he was surprised to take pole position for the Malaysian Grand Prix after a difficult weekend. The…

Kane, Fellaini, Richarlison shine: Premier League scores and reports

Kane, Fellaini, Richarlison shine: Premier League scores and reports

Harry Kane has scored six league goals this season while Crystal Palace, beaten by Manchester United, have scored none Manchester United and Tottenham earned convincing Premier League wins on Saturday,…

Fellaini double sees Man Utd heap more misery on Crystal Palace

Fellaini double sees Man Utd heap more misery on Crystal Palace

Marouane Fellaini has scored four goals in eight appearances this season Manchester United put in a dominant performance to beat a terrible Crystal Palace, who have lost all seven Premier…

Celtic save a point to stretch unbeaten run to 58 games

Celtic save a point to stretch unbeaten run to 58 games

Callum McGregor opened the scoring and later levelled with his sixth goal of the season Hibernian came close to ending Celtic’s now 58-game unbeaten domestic run on Neil Lennon’s return…

U.S. ‘probing’ to see if North Korea interested in dialogue: Tillerson

U.S. ‘probing’ to see if North Korea interested in dialogue: Tillerson

BEIJING (Reuters) – The United States is probing North Korea to see whether it is interested in dialogue and has multiple direct channels of communication with Pyongyang, U.S. Secretary of…

North Korea seen moving missiles from development center: South Korean broadcaster

SEOUL (Reuters) – Several North Korean missiles were recently spotted moved from a rocket facility in the capital Pyongyang, South Korea’s Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) reported late Friday amid speculation…

Tokyo’s Koike reaches deal with opposition party ahead of Japan poll

TOKYO (Reuters) – Popular Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike, whose fledgling conservative party poses a growing challenge to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s ruling bloc, agreed on Saturday to cooperate in next…

Turkey’s Erdogan says Iraqi Kurdish authorities "will pay price" for vote

ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday Iraqi Kurdish authorities would pay the price for an independence referendum which was widely opposed by foreign powers. Iraq’s Kurds…

Catalan referendum: Police ‘seal off’ polling stations

Catalan referendum: Police ‘seal off’ polling stations

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Pro-independence activists have occupied designated polling stations Police have sealed off 1,300 of 2,315 schools in Catalonia designated as polling stations for the region’s banned…

Boris Johnson reciting Kipling in Myanmar temple ‘not appropriate’

Boris Johnson was being filmed for a Channel 4 documentary when he recited some lines from a Kipling poem inside a Myanmar temple. He was warned by the British ambassador…