Kim Jong Un getting ready for first summit with Putin

Russia is preparing for North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s first summit with President Vladimir Putin, setting the stage for consultations between the long-time allies after

Philippines | Police: Four wives of Abu Sayyaf commanders arrested

Philippine police yesterday arrested four women they said were wives of Abu Sayyaf commanders who took care of their financial transactions, helped procure guns and bomb parts

Macron presides over rare unity as nation grieves Notre Dame

French citizens joined global leaders to rally behind Emmanuel Macron in the aftermath of a fire that ravaged the iconic Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, giving the

After years of crisis, Venezuelans wonder what is ‘normal’

A normal country? At first glance, the graffiti reading “Un pais normal?” seems ambiguous in Venezuela’s frayed capital, where the government brandishes slogans like clenched fists and

This Day in History | 1984 – Libyan embassy shots kill policewoman

A police officer has been killed and ten people injured after shots were fired from the Libyan People’s Bureau in central London. WPC Yvonne Fletcher had been

Offbeat | Dog rescued while swimming 135 miles off Thailand

A dog found swimming more than 135 miles from shore by workers on an oil rig crew in the Gulf of Thailand has been returned safely

Rugby | England warns Vunipola for defending Folau’s anti-gay post

Five months before the Rugby World Cup, England No. 8 Billy Vunipola was given a formal warning by the country’s governing body for supporting an anti-gay Instragram

Rugby League | Great Greg Inglis begins second career as coach

A day after retiring from a storied career in rugby league on the field, Greg Inglis started one yesterday on the sidelines as an assistant coach. South

Football | Guardiola: ‘I’m a failure’ in CL

Thursday, 3:00am Man City v Tottenham H 1.32, D 6, A 11 Winning the Champions League twice as a coach puts Pep Guardiola in a fairly

Wayne Hennessey | Goalkeeper showed ignorance of fascism, says FA panel

Cleared by a disciplinary panel of performing a Nazi salute, a Premier League soccer player was still criticized for his lack of knowledge about fascism and Adolf

The Buzz | Aretha Franklin makes history with posthumous Pulitzer win

Aretha Franklin is still getting R-E-S-P-E-C-T after death: The Queen of Soul received the Pulitzer Prize Special Citation honor, becoming the first individual woman to earn a special

Attacked newsroom: Pulitzer commemorated with somber silence

Capital Gazette staff members stayed silent and somberly exchanged hugs yesterday when the Maryland newspaper won a special Pulitzer Prize citation for its coverage

World Briefs

TAIWAN Chinese attempts at military coercion only strengthen Taiwan’s resolve to defend itself, the president of the self-governing island republic said. Tsai Ing-wen’s comments followed what Taiwan’s defense

Animal Farm | Creativity is lacking everywhere

The scarcity of human resources in Macau is an irrefutable fact. No one doubts this, even the most aggressive populist, those guys that always try to ignore the

Wednesday, April 17, 2019 – edition no. 3272

* After 12 hours inferno | World unites to rebuild Notre-Dame Cathedral * Duty free | Wong to punish firemen despite court ruling against suspension * Economy’s reliance on tourism stands at

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