The Sun Daily
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PETALING JAYA: Foreign investors have mopped up RM1.57 billion so far this month, lifting the cumulative year-to-date number to just shy of RM10 billion, despite a massive outflow of RM4.27 billion during the month. Foreigners acquired RM223.7 million net in the open market (excluding off-market deals) last week, exceeding the RM192.4 million accumulated the week before. Although the amount was modest, the foreign buying streak has now stretched to 16 straight weeks. “Concerns that inflow of foreign funds into local equity is dissipating should be neutralised as foreign investors continued to plough money into Bursa last week,” said MIDF Research in its fund flow report yesterday. It noted the unease as foreign investors turned net sellers on Monday and Wednesday last week but the amount was marginal and foreign investors re-emerged strongly by Friday, buying at the highest pace in 11 days.
ABC News - Australia
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Daily Mail - Rugby Union
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It will be around 1am Wednesday morning in Ireland when the Lions land in Auckland, their Monday lunchtime long-haul exodus from London finally over following stops in Dubai and Melbourne.
TechCrunch
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The Event Chronicle
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Another Set Rich murder? Only this time the victim is a federal prosecutor. The mainstream media is really getting out in front of the story regarding a federal prosecutor who was looking into DNC voter fraud and possible Florida connections to the murder of Seth Rich. In their search engine, Google has listed this story under all MSM major publications. The NYT The Washington Post The Miami Hearld ABC News Politico This is called controlling the narrative. What narrative? Hollywood police spokeswoman Miranda Grossman said Thursday that the body of 37-year-old Beranton J. Whisenant Jr. was found early Wednesday by a passerby on the city’s beach. She said detectives are trying to determine if the death was a homicide, suicide or something else. Homicide or suicide? The man’s skull was crushed. There are many stunning facts connected to this case which are discussed in the following video.
Daily Mail - USA
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The Event Chronicle
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By Mike McRae This Wednesday, NASA will officially announce its intention to launch a probe that will dip inside the Sun's atmosphere, calling it the first ever mission to touch the Sun. The Solar Probe Plus mission will have to cope with temperatures and radiation unlike any other probe, but the data it will collect in the process will help astronomers predict solar storms and provide clues on some of the deepest mysteries surrounding our closest star. In 1976, a 370-kilogram (815-pound) block of instruments called Helios 2 came within about 43 million kilometres (27 million miles) of the Sun's surface in its mission to study solar winds and cosmic rays. Our world has since grown ever more dependent on a network of technology – both in orbit and on our planet's surface – that's vulnerable to a threat we barely understand. Not only can our modern technology suffer enormous damage from extreme solar activity, humans who might one day live outside our atmosphere will also need protection from severe winds of charged particles and radiation.
Ruptly TV
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Derby Telegraph
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The Championship season finally came to an end today.Derby County's season may have finished more than three weeks ago but the play-offs have been in full swing since then.Reading knocked out Fulham in the first semi-final, while Huddersfield Town overcame Sheffield Wednesday on penalties.So it was Reading and Huddersfield going head-to-head at Wembley.But who came out on top, and which ground will the Rams be visiting again next season?Find out hereAnd on a play-off final, when Derby...
RT USA
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NASA will shed some light on a historic and so far hush-hush mission to “touch the sun” in a big announcement on Wednesday. Read Full Article at RT.com
Mondoweiss
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Global News
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Voice Of America
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The two Congressmen issued carefully worded statements. But Curbelo corrected news reports to ensure he would be credited with being the first to do so. Bringing formal charges of wrongdoing against the president is something lawmakers in the Republican-controlled House can do with a simple majority. It’s a risky move that could set the stage for shifts among the other 22 House Republicans who hold districts won by Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in 2016 and are betting that a close election fight could be decided by a public stance on Trump. Assessing voter sentiment For most members, the decision on whether to stand with Trump is still in the future. Currently in the midst of a ten-day recess, legislators are getting a first chance to talk to voters in their districts since the appointment of the special counsel May 17. In a Quinnipiac University poll released last Wednesday, 54 percent of American voters said President Trump is abusing the powers of his office.
Bleacher Report
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Some might cry foul in the interests of parity, but there is nothing wrong with sequels in sports. It's a lesson the 2017 NBA Finals seems sure to reinforce when the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors get back together for a third consecutive time, a historic rubber match between super teams and some of the league's best players. Indeed, sequels are a staple of almost every industry. The Call of Duty franchise is a juggernaut in the land of video games, and there are more superhero movies than one would enjoy counting as of late. So why can't the same quality sweep into the NBA? Here's a look at the schedule for what could be another seven-game epic: Game 1: Cleveland at Golden State, Thursday, June 1 at 9 p.m. ET on ABC Game 2: Cleveland at Golden State, Sunday, June 4 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC Game 3: Golden State at Cleveland, Wednesday, June 7 at 9 p.
Politico
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By the time I arrived Tuesday afternoon, all national campaigning had been suspended as Britain stopped to mourn the dead. At the vigil that night in Manchester’s Albert Square, I stood amid a silent, tearful crowd of thousands. There was shock but not necessarily surprise that Manchester had been added to the long list of European cities like Paris, Brussels and Berlin that have been hit by such attacks in the last few years. On his first international trip as president, Trump took time out to condemn the Manchester attack, calling the bomber who did it an “evil loser.” Even many Brits who said they didnt like Trump thought that was just about the right tone to strike. By Wednesday, May had ordered armed police to the streets and the British military to take up positions at key posts and raised the nation’s threat level to the highest in a decade, assessing the chances of another attack as “imminent.
Derby Telegraph
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A man has been charged with murder after a woman's body was found at a house in Derby. Officers from Derbyshire police discovered the body after they were called to a house in Pear Tree Crescent at 9.50pm on Saturday night. A 35-year-old man, Atual Mustafa, was later arrested and he has today been charged at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates' Court. The force said he will appear at court in Nottingham on Wednesday. OTHER NEWS: Police are investigating after body found in river in Derby A...
Bleacher Report
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" In theory, yes. But in reality, the idea soon fell apart. Price's left arm, which is valued at $217 million, started barking in late February and remains a question going into his season debut on Monday. For one, he's a 31-year-old with over 1,700 major league innings on his arm. For two, said arm had already been showing signs of decline in the form of reduced velocity and mediocre results in 2016. For three, he got lit up in both of the rehab starts he made for Triple-A Pawtucket . "There's some question, given the reviews of talent evaluators who saw him pitch Wednesday night, of whether Price is being rushed back to the mound," wrote ESPN.com's Scott Lauber . In the meantime, Porcello has reverted from an ace back to his old mid-rotation self. He has a 4.21 ERA through 11 starts, in which he's served up an MLB-high 88 hits. There is some evidence that he's been bitten by bad luck.
CNN Europe News
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Goal
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These two dour teams meet for an international friendly fixture and our tipster does not expect the goals to flow during Wednesday's match in Agadir
MintPress News
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On Wednesday, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Raad Al-Hussein urged Israel to improve conditions. Neither the Prison Service nor the Palestinian Authority divulged the full details of the agreement. However, the Prison Service did say that a second monthly family visit would be reinstated after it had been cut in the past. Qadoura Fares, head of the Palestinian PrisonersClub, which works on behalf of inmates, said some points of the agreement would be discussed further. “Issues that had been agreed upon were improving visits and prison conditions,” Fares told Reuters . The strike was called by Marwan Barghouti , the most high-profile Palestinian jailed in Israel, to protest against solitary confinement and detention without trial, which has been applied to thousands of prisoners since the 1980s. Israel says that measure is necessary to prevent attacks and protect security sources.
Nottingham Evening Post
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The Nottingham Post is holding its first event for parents in the city - and it's totally free. On Wednesday, June 14, we're inviting parents and their children to come along to Eden Softplay in The Meadows where your little ones will not only be able to roam free on the four-tier indoor play centre for 90 minutes, but will also be able to sit in on a story time session with Boots. Boots has developed Zookeeper Zoe - a delightful book for young children, which is also designed to help...
South China Morning Post
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David Hall has been generous with allowing in-demand apprentice Matthew Poon Ming-fai to take rides outside the stable so far, but the trainer will make the most of the youngsters deadly dirt strike rate at Sha Tin on Wednesday night. Poon is indentured to Hall and as such the Australian gets first call on the services of the relatively accomplished apprentice and his valuable 10-pound claim. Hall hasnt been greedy though, with Poon riding two wins for Hall from 14 rides so far,...
The Sun Daily
19 hours
ALOR STAR: Three men who posed as policemen to rob a man were detained at Kampung Batu Lima, Sik on Wednesday. Kedah Criminal Investigation Department chief SAC Mior Farid Al Athrash Wahid said three men aged between 21 and 32 years, were arrested about 8.40am by the villagers before being handed over to the police. “At 8.30am, the 30-year-old complainant, was on his way to Jeneri driving his Toyota Hilux before realising he was being followed by a Proton Saga and a Nissan Navara. “At the scene, three men posing as police officers from Bukit Aman, got off their vehicles and approached the complainant while holding a pistol and batons,” he said in a press conference at Kedah police contingent headquarters here today. He said the complainant managed to contact his employer who then alerted the matter to the police and at the same time asking for help from the villagers by using WhatsApp application.
South China Morning Post
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