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  1. Indian lychee vendor

    Children in India killed by mystery illness linked to eating unripe lychees

    A mystery illness that affects hundreds of children a year in northern India is caused by eating unripe lychee fruits on an empty stomach, ...
  2. Football: Giroud's late show seals Arsenal escape

    Football: Giroud caps Arsenal revival, Clement sees Swansea win

    Arsenal staged a sensational fightback from three goals down as Olivier Giroud's last-gasp equaliser rescued a draw at Bournemouth, while Swansea ...
  3. puppies confined in pet carrier 1

    Man jailed 8 months for smuggling 23 puppies into Singapore

    The 23 puppies were not given food or water during their journey, and 11 of them later succumbed to illness and died.
  4. Duterte speech

    Philippines' Duterte says he suffers from back pains, migraine

    Duterte also said he suffered from Buerger's disease, a cause of blockages in the blood vessels, associated with smoking during his youth.
  5. Barcelona Malaga draw

    Football: Messi-less Barca fire blank against nine-man Malaga

    Barcelona paid a heavy price for the absence of Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez as nine-man Malaga held out for a 0-0 draw at the Camp Nou on ...
  6. China cancer hotel

    Lifting the lid on China's 'cancer hotels'

    'Cancer hotels' have sprung up near hospitals across China to house some of the more than three million people diagnosed with the disease every year.
  7. Thai royal family photo

    Key dates in Thai King Bhumibol's reign

    Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej was the world's longest-reigning monarch until his death on Thursday (Oct 13) at the age of 88.
  8. Kei Nishikori competes in Japan Open tennis

    Tennis: Nishikori survives scare in Tokyo opener

    Top seed Kei Nishikori recovered from a nervy start to beat American Donald Young 4-6, 6-2, 6-2 in his opening match at the Japan Open on Monday.
  9. Cricket: South Africa beat Australia by 142 runs in second ODI

    Cricket: Du Plessis' century sets up big win

    South African captain Faf du Plessis overcame a thumb injury to hit an aggressive century and set up a 142-run win over Australia in the second ...
  10. Wozniacki competes in WTA Wuhan Open tennis

    Tennis: Wozniacki makes strong start at retirement-hit Wuhan

    Former world number one Caroline Wozniacki made a strong start at the WTA Wuhan Open as the tournament was hit by a wave of retirements on Monday.