North American organisation TSM announced on 6 December that it has parted ways with its Dota 2 roster as part of a departure from the North American Dota 2 scene.
Marking his first anniversary of coming to power, Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahm admitted he was still struggling to win over ethnic Malay votes and acknowledged frustration over the slow pace of reforms. In a candid interview with private television network TV3 late Tuesday, Anwar said that while he understood discontentment because of the slow pace of his government’s reform plan, “we must navigate wisely and prioritize political stability." Anwar, 76, whose sacking and imprisonment in the 1990s led to massive street protests and a reform movement that rose into a major political force, has been a long-time opposition leader.
VANCOUVER — In time Quinn Hughes will appreciate the experience more. But moments after a heart-wrenching 6-5 loss to the New Jersey Devils Tuesday night, the Vancouver Canucks defenceman wasn’t savouring the experience of playing against his two brothers. “It's bittersweet right now,” he said. “I’m sure they’re appreciating it more than I am right now.” Jesper Bratt scored his second goal of the night with 34 seconds left in the third period to give the Devils the nail-biting NHL victory. The g
Kent MP Gareth Johnson has proposed the Greater London Low Emission Zone Charging (Amendment) Bill to target what he calls a 'cruel taxation'
BANGKOK (AP) — Asian shares advanced on Wednesday after most stocks slipped on Wall Street following a mixed set of reports on the U.S. economy. Hong Kong's Hang Seng gained 0.9% to 16,477.34, while the Shanghai Composite edged 0.1% higher, to 2,968.93. The gains followed selloffs the day before amid worries about the health of China’s economy, the world’s second largest. Tokyo's Nikkei 225 added 2% to 33,445.90 after a top central bank official reiterated the Bank of Japan's determination to ma
A defensive throwback to Mikel Arteta's early tenure will cause concern despite the Gunners going five points clear
There is no evidence that the asset purchases the Swedish central bank conducted in 2015-2022 had any substantial effect on inflation and they will come with a very high cost for the state, the Swedish National Audit Office said on Wednesday. In a bid to bring up low inflation, the Riksbank for years bought government and municipal bonds, corporate bonds and covered bonds. The holdings totaled 975 billion Swedish crowns ($93 billion) by the end of 2021 and with inflation now far higher, the Riksbank is selling the assets at a loss.
After a season of twists and turns, a victor finally emerges.
The Beatles singer said they had ‘drifted apart but in recent years managed to re-establish our friendship and share memories of our times together’.
A U.S. citizen has been charged in Arizona over online comments that allegedly incited what police describe as a “religiously motivated terrorist attack” in Australia a year ago in which six people died, officials said Wednesday. Queensland state police officers Rachel McCrow and Matthew Arnold and innocent bystander Alan Dare were fatally shot by Gareth Train, his brother Nathaniel Train and Nathanial’s wife Stacey Train in an ambush at the Trains’ remote property in the rural community of Wieambilla last Dec. 12, investigators say.
Changes could come in defence after another flurry of goals conceded
Mr Kim and his family pulled off a seemingly impossible feat and gives new insights into life there.
Mark Esper pulled no punches with his "dangerous time" prediction of a second Trump presidency.
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Ridley Scott conquers Europe and Almodóvar saddles up a sizzling queer cowboy yarn – as our countdown of the year’s best films in the UK continues
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Japan's Rakuten Group said on Wednesday it plans to sell 25.5 million shares in Rakuten Bank in the offshore market, the latest bid to shore up its finances. Rakuten said it planned to use the proceeds of the sale for the early repayment of bonds, as it had committed to reducing interest-bearing debt. The e-commerce and financial services group has almost 800 billion yen ($5.44 billion) in bond redemptions due before the end of 2025, according to company documents, driven by the cash-burning build out of its mobile network since 2020.
Boris Johnson arrives at Covid Inquiry ahead of two-day grillingPA