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BEIJING (AP) At first, the numbers and company names flashing on a big board in Beijing`s financial district suggest a booming market. A closer look indicates otherwise: The scrolling list rotates the same dozen or so trades, all from last year.

Sunday, May 24, 2015  07:44


Top Stories - CNN on board as U.S. plane flies over Chinese islands

Sunday, May 24, 2015  07:26


World - Thailand beats Vietnam 1-0 in WCup qualifier

BANGKOK (AP) Thailand finally broke through 10-man Vietnam to win 1-0 in their Group F opener for 2018 World Cup Asian Qualifiers on Sunday.

Sunday, May 24, 2015  15:49


Sports - Choi holds nerve to win SK Telecom Open

South Korea`s Choi Jin-Ho held his nerve to sink an 18-foot birdie putt at the final hole to win the SK Telecom Open on Sunday -- just one stroke ahead of his young compatriot, Lee Soo-Min. Choi, who had led the field after every round, closed with a par 72 round to finish the tournament in Incheon on 10 under. Australian Dimitrios Papadatos (68), New Zealander Gareth Paddison (69) and Koreans KT Kim (70), Wang Jeung-Hun (73) and Park Jae-Bum (70) were tied for third two shots behind the winner.

Sunday, May 24, 2015  12:31


World - Iraqi forces regain ground from Islamic State east of Ramadi

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi forces regained ground from Islamic State militants in western Iraq on Sunday, advancing on the city of Ramadi one week after it fell to the insurgents. A police major and a pro-government Sunni tribal fighter in the area said they had retaken the town of Husaiba al-Sharqiya, about 10 km east of Ramadi, with the help of Shi`ite paramilitaries. (Reporting by Baghdad Bureau; writing by Isabel Coles; editing by David Clarke)

Sunday, May 24, 2015  10:08


Sports - Choi claims first OneAsia win with birdie finish

Choi Jin-ho held his nerve to drain an 18-foot birdie putt on the final hole to win the SK Telecom Open on Sunday by one shot from South Korean compatriot Lee Soo-min. The 30-year-old, in his third tournament back following a near-two year break to fulfill military duties, had tossed away the lead after his third bogey of the day at the par four 15th before his stunning finish sealed a first OneAsia Tour win. `Amazing, I am so relieved,` said Choi after signing for a final round of level par 72 and 10-under total. Choi, who had won three times on the domestic tour before his military break, held a one shot lead at the start of the day and eagled the fifth before he coughed up bogeys to keep the field in touch.

Sunday, May 24, 2015  09:50


World - Poles vote in presidential cliffhanger

Poles began voting Sunday in the second round of a too-close-to-call presidential election with incumbent centrist Bronislaw Komorowski trying to fend off the populist challenge of conservative newcomer Andrzej Duda. After nearly eight years in power, the centrist Civic Platform (PO) -- associated with Komorowski -- is running neck and neck in the polls with Duda`s right-wing opposition Law and Justice Party (PiS). Komorowski, a 62-year-old communist-era dissident who was jailed by the regime, was stunned by his razor-thin defeat in the first round to his energetic challenger on May 10.

Sunday, May 24, 2015  08:56


World - Top Asian News at 5:30 a.m. GMT

DORASAN STATION, South Korea (AP) International women activists including Gloria Steinem and two Nobel Peace laureates on Sunday were denied an attempt to walk across the Demilitarized Zone dividing North and South Korea, but were allowed to cross by bus and complete what one of them called a landmark peace event. The group of 30 women from 15 countries made a final appeal to authorities on both sides to allow them to walk across the demarcation line, but were turned down. The North allowed a South Korean bus to cross the demarcation line to pick them up on the North side of the DMZ and transport them over the border to South Korea.

Sunday, May 24, 2015  06:51


World - Sea lion rescued from Santa Barbara oil spill dies at SeaWorld

A sea lion that became streaked with petroleum from an oil spill on California`s Santa Barbara coastline has died after it was taken to SeaWorld in San Diego to be treated, officials said on Saturday. Up to 2,500 barrels (105,000 gallons) of crude petroleum gushed onto San Refugio State Beach and into the Pacific Ocean about 20 miles (32 km) west of Santa Barbara on Tuesday when an underground pipeline that runs along the coastal highway burst. The sea lion was found alive in the area earlier in the week with petroleum on its coat and was shipped to SeaWorld San Diego to be cared for and cleaned.

Sunday, May 24, 2015  00:52


World - At least 10 Afghan police officers killed in Taliban assault

KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (AP) Officials in Afghanistan say at least 10 police officers have been killed in an ongoing Taliban assault in the country`s volatile south.

Sunday, May 24, 2015  06:51

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