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Heartbreak, selfies and soccer: the life of a Bangladesh cafe killer

DHAKA/KUALA LUMPUR - Until late 2014, Nibras Islam appeared to acquaintances to be a typical student: fun-loving, in and out of love, and keen on sport, especially soccer. Women found him handsome.

China's military hospitals offer illegal experimental cures

For student Wei Zexi, the lure of a miracle cure was hard to resist.

Man could lose limb after Central Park blast

NEW YORK - A 19-year-old man was seriously injured, and may have lost a foot, after landing on what appeared to be an amateur explosive or firework in New York's Central Park on Sunday, officials said.

Father accidentally kills 14-year-old son at US gun range

WASHINGTON, United States - A father accidentally shot and killed his 14-year-old son at a Florida gun range on Sunday, police said.

Dallas shooter planned larger attacks, police say

The Dallas gunman is thought to have been plotting a major bomb attack, authorities said Sunday after 200 were arrested in a new night of protests over police violence against blacks.

Suicide bombers hit three Saudi cities

RIYADH - Suicide bombers struck three cities across Saudi Arabia on Monday, killing at least four security officers in an apparently coordinated campaign of attacks as Saudis prepared to break their fast on the penultimate day of the holy month of Ramadan.

China: Countries should resolve dispute through dialogue

China on Monday repeated its position that sovereign countries should resolve disputes through direct dialogue, one day before the Hague ruling of the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea) arbitration case.

Tiger kills keeper at Spain zoo: Red Cross

A tiger attacked and killed a zookeeper in its cage at a Spanish animal park Saturday, the local Red Cross service said.

'Narcocorrido' singer shot in Mexico City

The lead singer of a Mexican folk band famous for its "narco ballads" about drug trafficking was shot Saturday in an upscale Mexico City neighborhood, the city prosecutor's office said.

Muslim man beaten outside Florida mosque attended by Orlando gunman

A Muslim man was beaten on Saturday outside a Florida mosque attended by the gunman who killed 49 people at an Orlando nightclub, though authorities and a Muslim civil rights group differed as to whether the attack was racially motivated.

FBI interviews Hillary Clinton in private server probe

The Federal Bureau of Investigation interviewed Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for three and a half hours on Saturday as part of the probe into her use of a private email server while serving as secretary of state, her campaign said.

20 killed in Bangladesh hostage bloodbath

Bangladesh's prime minister implored Islamist extremists to stop killing in the name of religion Saturday after 20 hostages were slaughtered at the start of the Eid holiday in a restaurant packed with foreigners.

Typhoon 'Butchoy' kills 10 in China, 11 missing

A tropical storm in China has left 10 people dead and 11 missing, reports said Monday, after it lashed Taiwan with typhoon-grade winds and rain.

Trump tweet attacking Clinton employs image of Jewish star

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Saturday tweeted an image of rival Hillary Clinton alongside hundred-dollar bills and a Jewish star bearing the words "most corrupt candidate ever!", prompting outrage and bafflement on social media.

Holocaust survivor, Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel dies at 87

Activist and writer Elie Wiesel, the World War Two death camp survivor who won a Nobel Peace Prize for becoming the life-long voice of millions of Holocaust victims, died on Saturday. He was 87.

Julia Barretto, Gerald Anderson excited sa bago nilang tambalan

Excited sina Julia Barretto at Gerald Anderson sa kanilang bagong tambalan para sa pelikulang "Between Maybes."

SILIPIN: Premiere ng Disney movie na 'Dumbo' sa Japan

Sinalubong ng mga naka-costume na fans ang Hollywood actor na si Colin Farrell at director na si Tim Burton sa red carpet event ng panibagong Dinsey movie na 'Dumbo.'

PANOORIN: Zeus sinayaw ang 'Kung ‘Di Rin Lang Ikaw'

Sa kanyang video sa Instagram, sinayaw ni Collins ang sikat na kanta ng bandang December Avenue at ni Moira dela Torre na "Kung ‘Di Rin Lang Ikaw."

Sunog na bangkay natagpuan sa Laguna

Nakita nitong madaling araw ng Huwebes ang sunog na bangkay ng hindi pa nakikilalang lalaki sa bayan ng Siniloan, Laguna.

Selling chicharon packs for P4.50: Empoy recalls humble beginnings

Before he was a comedian, Empoy was selling chicharon packs for as little as P4.50 in his hometown, using whatever he earned as his allowance for school.

15 bahay sa loob ng UP Mindanao campus, giniba

DAVAO CITY - Isa-isang giniba ang 15 bahay na nakatayo sa lupa na pagmamay-ari ng University of the Philippines Mindanao sa Bago Oshiro, Tugbok District, Davao City Huwebes ng umaga.

2 lalaki timbog sa Davao City matapos makuhanan ng armas

DAVAO CITY - Arestado ang dalawang lalaki matapos makuhanan ng mga baril at bala sa Davao City Huwebes ng madaling araw.

Ilang celebrities, nagbahagi ng summer fashion tips

May tips ang mga celebrities kung ano ang babagay sa inyong OOTD.

WATCH: Vice Ganda-Ion moment results in broken glass on stage

Co-hosts of “It’s Showtime” took turns sweeping and wiping the stage during its live episode on Wednesday, after a “kilig” moment between Vice Ganda and Ion Perez resulted in a glass getting shattered to pieces.

Sarah gushes over FAMAS nomination: 'Napakalaking karangalan po'

Sarah Geronimo’s acting in the Filipino adaptation of the Korean film “Miss Granny” did not go unnoticed.

Vaping now regulated in QC

The use of e-cigarettes or vape is now regulated in Quezon City, its public information office said Wednesday.

Tennis: Djokovic ready to play tennis, not politics, at Miami Open

World number one Novak Djokovic on Wednesday dismissed any suggestion of friction with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal as tennis politics spilled over to the Miami Open.

NBA: Bulls push past Wizards in OT

Kris Dunn atoned for a late miss in regulation with a pair of 3-pointers in overtime, and Lauri Markkanen added a back-breaking trey with 32.3 seconds remaining Wednesday night, sending the Chicago Bulls to a 126-120 victory over the visiting Washington Wizards.

Tennis: Rain again spoils Miami Open party, wiping out play

Rain again spoiled the Miami Open party wiping out the evening session on Wednesday and adding to what has been a soggy and dejecting kickoff to a tournament looking for a new start.

'One summer can change everything': Netflix releases trailer for 'Stranger Things 3'

The first trailer for the third season of Netflix's 'Stranger Things' has been released, teasing that 'one summer can change everything.'

WATCH: First teaser trailer for Mikhail Red's 'Dead Kids'

'Dead Kids' is Mikhail Red's take on black comedy and it's about a ragtag group of high school kids and their attempt to kidnap their rich classmate.

Maymay may 3 milyong followers na sa Instagram

Nadagdagan pa ang kanyang followers kasunod nang paglabas ng kanyang comeback single na “Kakayanin Kaya.”

SUV tinambangan sa Sipalay City; 1 patay, 1 sugatan

Napatay ang isang lalaki habang nasugatan naman ang kaniyang kasamahan matapos silang tambangan ng mga hindi pa nakikilalang salarin sa Sipalay City.

Filipino group files int'l court case vs China's Xi over 'crimes against humanity'

Filipino fishermen and former government officials have filed a complaint against Chinese President Xi Jinping before the International Criminal Court for crimes allegedly committed in the disputed South China Sea.

Solons wants Manila Water to pay fines for water crisis

The concession agreement has a provision that allows the imposition of fines as well as empowering the regulator to prevent the concessionaire from passing project costs to consumers, the lawmaker said in a news forum.

NBA: Sexton leads Cavaliers past depleted Bucks

Collin Sexton scored 25 points, and Jordan Clarkson added 23 off the bench to lead the host Cleveland Cavaliers to a 107-102 win over the short-handed Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday.

‘I’m sorry, Ma’: Jolina, Melai, Karla re-enact iconic ‘4 Sisters’ confrontation

The climactic confrontation in “Four Sisters and a Wedding” has catapulted the family dramedy as a millennial classic of sorts, with memes and parodies regularly sprouting on social media over the years since its 2013 release.

NBA: Valanciunas, Grizz overcome Harden's 57 for OT win

Jonas Valanciunas' offensive rebound and free throw with 0.1 second left in overtime helped the host Memphis Grizzlies topple the Houston Rockets 126-125 on Wednesday at FedExForum.

NBA: Raptors blow lead but top Thunder in OT

Pascal Siakam scored 33 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to lead the Toronto Raptors to a 123-114 overtime win against the host Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday night.

Willpower and technology: How water-scarce countries maintain water supply

Philippines may look at these countries for inspiration.

ISU launch probe after Korean skater injured by American rival

SAITAMA, Japan - Figure skating's ruling body is set to investigate claims America's Mariah Bell deliberately injured South Korean rival Lim Eun-soo during a warm-up at the world championships in Japan.

Westlife to return to PH in July for concert

Start saving up, Westlife fans.

TINGNAN: Liza nag-'fangirl' sa concert ng BTS sa Hong Kong

Ipinakita ni Liza Soberano ang pagiging tagahanga niya ng South Korean boy group na BTS nang dumalo siya sa concert nito sa Hong Kong noong Miyerkoles.

Mga pulis sa GenSan nabiktima ng paluwagan scam

GENERAL SANTOS CITY - Humingi ng tulong kay Philippine National Police Chief Police General Oscar Albayalde ang ilang concerned citizens matapos umano silang mabiktima ng isang investment scam.

PAO di kumbinsido sa imbestigasyon sa Cebu teen slay

Balak din ng PAO isailalim sa awtopsiya ang labi ni Christine Silawan upang muling suriin ito.

Mekaniko inirereklamo sa pagsasangla ng van-for-rent

Pinaghahanap ngayon ang isang mekaniko matapos umanong tangayin at isangla ang mga sasakyang pinaparentahan sa Bulacan.

Government to form localized peace panels for talks with Reds

MANILA – The government will set up “localized” peace panels to deal with communist rebels, two officials said, after a 5-person team tasked to hold peace talks with the communist National Democratic Front was dismantled.

Lalaki patay sa pamamaril sa Malabon

Patay ang isang lalaki matapos pagbabarilin sa Barangay Tonsuya, Malabon City nitong Huwebes.

Bata patay sa pag-araro ng truck sa fruit stand sa Pangasinan

Nasawi ang isang 3 taong gulang na lalaki matapos araruhin ng dump truck ang isang tindahan ng prutas sa Alaminos City, Pangasinan.

Not aimed at JK: Teddy Corpuz clarifies comment about rock artists swearing

Corpuz clarified his comments about rock artists who swear during concerts, explaining that he was not specifically referring to Labajo when he said "it's not cool."

KZ Tandingan naiisip na ang pagpapakasal

Aminado si KZ Tandingan na sumasagi na sa kanyang isip na magpakasal sa lalong madaling panahon.

NBA: Utah hammers New York while getting some rest

Donovan Mitchell scored 30 points in three quarters and the Utah Jazz easily ran their winning streak to five games by rolling to a 137-116 rout of the host New York Knicks on Wednesday.

Rice farmers in Bohol planting watermelons amid dry spell

Rice farmers in Bohol have resorted to planting alternative crops amid the dry spell affecting the region.

Talent not testosterone powers intersex athletes, scientists say

Talent not testosterone is behind the success of intersex athletes such as Olympic champion Caster Semenya, scientists said on Wednesday, stepping into a toxic battle of the sexes over fairness in sport.

Tennis: Osaka faces lawsuit questions on Miami homecoming

World number one Naomi Osaka arrived at the Miami Open on Wednesday to face questions about a multi-million dollar lawsuit for allegedly failing to honor a contract with a former coach.

NBA: Lillard leads Blazers past reeling Mavs

Damian Lillard scored 33 points and handed out 12 assists as the Portland Trail Blazers knocked off the visiting Dallas Mavericks, 126-118, Wednesday night.

Ex-UST Tiger Mirza on Chris Tiu: 'Pogi nga, pero...'

Former UST Tigers Khasim Mirza, Dylan Ababou and Jojo Duncil talked about their biggest rivals during their hey days in the UAAP.

NBA: Embiid, 76ers rally past Celtics

Joel Embiid collected 37 points and a career-high 22 rebounds to go along with a late key block on Kyrie Irving as the host Philadelphia 76ers averted a season sweep by the Boston Celtics with a 118-115 victory on Wednesday.

NBA: Magic cruise over Davis-less Pelicans

The Orlando Magic led from start to finish, pounding the visiting New Orleans Pelicans 119-96 on Wednesday night.

NBA: Miami holds on, snaps Spurs' win streak

Goran Dragic scored 22 points, and Dwyane Wade had a big basket and a steal in the final minutes as the visiting Miami Heat outlasted San Antonio 110-105 on Wednesday to snap Spurs' nine-game winning streak.

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