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Leaked report shows Russian hackers probed US voting systems

A top secret US report showing that hackers from Russian military intelligence tried repeatedly to break into US voting systems before last year's presidential election raised new alarms Monday about the extent of Moscow's meddling.


Apple 'HomePod' speaker to take on Amazon, Google

Apple will later this year release a "HomePod" music-centric smart home speaker, challenging a market currently dominated by Amazon and Google in its latest move to weave deeper into people's lives.


Arab nations cut ties with Qatar in major diplomatic crisis

Arab nations including Saudi Arabia and Egypt on Monday cut ties with Qatar accusing it of supporting extremism, in the biggest diplomatic crisis to hit the region in years.


Duterte faces martial law legal challenge

Philippine opposition lawmakers on Monday asked the Supreme Court to reject President Rodrigo Duterte's imposition of martial law in the south of the country, branding it unconstitutional.


BN could be hit hard by rising prices: ST

The rising cost of living could take a heavy toll on BN's support in GE14.


IS jihadists claim London stabbing rampage

The Islamic State group claimed responsibility Sunday for an attack by knife-wielding men who mowed down and stabbed revellers in London, killing seven people before being shot dead in a barrage of police gunfire.


Taiwan acquits two over deadly TransAsia crash

Two air traffic control officers accused of causing the GE235 crash in February 2015 are acquitted.


Dozens dead after gunman torches Manila casino

A masked gunman set fire to a gaming room at a casino in the Philippine capital on Friday, igniting a toxic blaze that killed 36 people, authorities said, but they insisted it was not a terrorist attack.


Japan parliament passes emperor abdication law

Japan's lower house of parliament passed a bill Friday that allows ageing Emperor Akihito to step down, as it also called for a rare debate on the role of women in the male-dominated monarchy.


Casino gunman not terrorist, could be foreigner

The gunman who set fire to the casino at Resorts World Manila, killing at least 36 people, was not a terrorist, and could be a foreigner.


 

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