Formula One | Bottas cruises to win in Baku as Mercedes dominates again

Valtteri Bottas held off Lewis Hamilton before cruising to victory in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix yesterday to continue Mercedes’ dominance of the title race. That

Athletics | Kipchoge wins London Marathon for record fourth time

Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya ran the second-fastest time ever to win the London Marathon for a record fourth time yesterday, and compatriot Brigid Kosgei swept

Football | Mertens matches Maradona’s 81 Serie A goals in Napoli win

Dries Mertens matched Diego Maradona with his 81st Serie A goal for Napoli and Carlo Ancelotti’s squad bounced back from a run of poor results for a

World briefs

TAIWAN President Tsai Ing-wen reaffirmed her opposition to nuclear power before marching with anti-nuclear protesters, reviving an issue that has proven politically divisive in the past. 

The Buzz | China diplomat: Huawei should be allowed to upgrade 5G in UK

China’s ambassador to Britain says tech giant Huawei should be allowed to help upgrade the U.K.’s communications network, urging the government to resist “protectionism” and ignore pressure from

Terror | Rabbi’s hands are shattered in fatal attack on synagogue

The rabbi who led a service on the last day of Passover suffered a gunshot wound to his hands and two others endured shrapnel wounds as political, civic

Rear Window | Hard to call it an election

Apparently, the slow boat that will take Ho Iat Seng to replace CE Chui Sai On at the end of the year has set sail smoothly and will

Monday, April 29, 2019 – edition no. 3279

* Jason Chao cautions on dual nationality ‘myth’ * Portugal’s president says China relations making Lisbon int’l heavyweight * Typhoon drill suspended due to bad weather   DOWNLOAD

This Day in History | 1978 – Afghan coup rebels claim victory

The new rulers of Afghanistan have announced that almost the whole of the leadership of the ousted regime is dead. Two days ago, they declared President

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