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Golfer hits three hole in ones on the same day

Amateur Ali Gibb enjoyed a trip to the golf course that Tiger Woods could only dream off earlier this week, hitting three hole-in-ones on the same day. READ MORE

What next for wacky social media craze?

A monkey using a laptop, a singing lion, a chess-playing goat, a footballer dressed as a wolf, plumes of white smoke from a restaurant chimney. Not forgetting the cryptic messages, Ikea-style pictorial instructions, magic tricks and Fortnite. Confused? Indeed. READ MORE

Life after Ronaldo: Real humbled by Atletico

Spanish giants Real Madrid came up short in their first competitive match since the departure of two of their talismans Wednesday night, as crosstown rivals Atletico Madrid stormed to a 4-2 victory in an entertaining Super Cup match at the Lillekula Stadium in Tallinn. READ MORE

Malaysia court rules N. Korea murder trial can proceed

The murder trial of two women accused of assassinating the half-brother of North Korea's leader can proceed, a Malaysian court ruled Thursday, in a blow to their families who insist the pair were tricked into carrying out the dramatic hit. READ MORE

Malaysia court to rule on women accused of Kim Jong Nam murder

A Malaysian court will decide on Thursday whether to continue hearing a case against two women charged with the murder of the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, or acquit them. READ MORE

Libyan court sentences 45 to death over 2011 killings

The Justice Ministry announces says 45 Gaddafi-era militiamen will be executed for 2011 killings. READ MORE

Super Cup: Late goals give Atletico victory over Real

Two excellent extra-time goals give Atletico Madrid victory over Real Madrid in the first ever Uefa Super Cup derby in Estonia READ MORE

India's Carnatic musicians threatened over Christian hymns

Right-wing groups are targeting Carnatic musicians for singing Christian hymns in southern India. READ MORE

Lula registered as Brazil presidency candidate

It is still unlikely that the former Brazilian president will be allowed to run from prison. READ MORE

South Africa's 'paedophile' minister and a mysterious death

South Africa is gripped by the mysterious death of an ex-policeman who exposed an alleged paedophile ring in the former regime. READ MORE