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Sleep apnea treatment tied to improved sex life

(Reuters Health) – Adults with sleep apnea, a common nighttime breathing disorder, may have a better sex life when they wear breathing masks to bed, a small U.S. study suggests.

Apnea, a common disorder that leads to disrupted breathing or shallow bre…

No limits says Djokovic as he reaches 800 wins milestone

LONDON: Novak Djokovic chalked up his 800th career victory to reach the semi-finals of the Fever-Tree Queen’s Club championships on Friday and suggested he could play on past his 40th birthday.

The 31-year-old Serb has been in the doldrums since winni…

Switzerland strike late to sink Serbia 2-1

KALININGRAD, Russia: A 90th-minute goal by Xherdan Shaqiri secured Switzerland a 2-1 victory over Serbia in a blistering-paced World Cup Group E match in Kaliningrad on Friday, putting them in a strong position to go through to the knockout round.

Sha…

Bitcoin’s Price Hit Its Lowest Point Since Early February

The price of bitcoin on Friday fell to a level last seen in early February when it registered its lowest price in 2018. Prices went as low as $6,081.09, according to CoinDesk’s Bitcoin Price Index (BPI), a significant drop considering the day’s opening price of $6,717.20. At press time, bitcoin’s price – currently hovering at around […]

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France seeks to calm Bahrain after rights criticism

PARIS: France sought to assuage Bahrain on Friday after rare criticism by its ambassador to the kingdom over human rights and an honorary citizenship by Paris of a rights campaigner sparked anger in Manama, three sources said.

France, one of the five …

Bitfinex’s Chief Strategy Officer Leaves Crypto Exchange

Phil Potter, chief strategy officer for cryptocurrency exchange Bitfinex, has reportedly left the company. Reuters reported Friday that Potter, who is also a director of the ‘stablecoin’ issuing company Tether, will be temporarily replaced by Jan Ludovicus van der Velde, Bitfinex’s CEO. Potter was quoted as saying: “As Bitfinex pivots to other strategic international markets, […]

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Airbus warns could leave UK if no Brexit deal

Aviation giant Airbus has warned it could pull out of Britain if it leaves the European Union without a deal, upping the pressure Friday on Prime Minister Theresa May to make progress in negotiations with Brussels.

MyRepublic mobile plans are now available in Singapore

MyRepublic made its highly anticipated entry into the Singapore mobile scene today with the launch of 3 new mobile plans – plans that further expand on the “simple and worry-free” philosophy first observed in the company’s initial “friends-exclusive” offer. About a month ago, MyRepublic unveiled its first mobile plans – Uno and Ultimate – exclusive […]

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Daryl Aiden Yow apologises for plagiarising other people’s work and using misleading captions

 In a report by Alvinology, we reported the accusations levelled against Daryl Aiden Yow by various media outlets, such as Mothership SG. He was accused of allegedly plagiarising other photographer’s work. Some photos were shown to have allegedly been modified to include him or be called his own work, which he posted on social media. […]

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Croatia coach Dalic on yellow alert

ROSHCHINO, Russia: Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic intends to ring the changes for his team’s final World Cup Group D game against Iceland to protect several players who are on yellow cards.

Croatia top their group with two wins after Wednesday’s comprehen…

US Senate Hearing Will Look at Crypto’s Impact on Elections

The U.S. Senate is looking to assess the impact of cryptocurrencies on American elections. The Senate’s Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism will host a hearing titled “Protecting Our Elections: Examining Shell Companies and Virtual Currencies as Avenues for Foreign Interference” on June 26, according to a scheduled posted on the U.S. Senate Committee on the […]

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Korea hoping Son will shine again against Mexico

South Korea coach Shin Tae-yong has described his side’s forward Son Heung-min as the best Asian player around and hopes he will finally be unleashed in Saturday’s crucial World Cup game against Mexico after being stifled in the 1-0 defeat to Sweden.

Tesla suffers fire Thursday at Fremont campus

REUTERS: Tesla Inc said it suffered a fire Thursday night at its Fremont facility.

“Last night, the structure outside our factory that houses the cardboard and other wood and paper products that are being recycled caught fire,” a company spokeswoman s…

Litecoin Sinks to Lowest Price in 7 Months

Litecoin’s (LTC) price hit a seven-month low on Friday as the cryptocurrency markets turned risk-averse. The world’s sixth largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization fell to $84.39 at 14:00 UTC – its lowest level since November 29, acc…

Putin invites two Koreas to economic summit

MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday (Jun 22) invited his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-in to an economic forum in Vladivostok in September, confirming his plans to host the leaders of both Koreas in Russia.

“We would be happy to see…

Russia accused of using World Cup to bury bad news

Opposition politicians accused the Kremlin of using Russia’s World Cup as a cover to avoid dissent while it pushes through unpopular measures, while all eyes are on the country’s sporting successes and a de facto ban in place on political protests.

Death threats probe clouds Colombia preparations

Colombia head into their World Cup clash against Poland in Group H on Sunday under pressure to get a result and with their preparations overshadowed by a police investigation into death threats made to midfielder Carlos Sanchez.

Daryl Aiden Yow Pulls All Photos From His Instagram Feed

Daryl Aiden Yow Removes All Of His Scandal-Tainted Photos, Starts Fresh Talk about starting with a clean slate. Influencer Daryl Aiden Yow has deleted all 1,000+ photos from his popular Instagram feed, in a move that has shocked many of his 104,000 followers. His drastic – and probably time-consuming – act comes on the heels […]

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US Congressman: SEC’s Stance on Ether Is ‘Encouraging’

Congressman Tom Emmer has praised the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for clarifying that ethereum’s native cryptocurrency, ether, is not a security. As previously reported, last week, the SEC’s director of Corporation Finance, William Hinman, told the audience at the Yahoo! All Markets Summit: Crypto conference that “current offers and sales of ether are […]

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French police bust major Marseille drug ring

MARSEILLE: French police said Friday (Jun 22) that they had smashed a major drug trafficking ring in the southern city of Marseille, a key hub in the trans-Mediterranean cannabis and cocaine trade where several people are killed each year in turf wars….

Did Darel Aiden Yow’s brother, Craven Yow, post SAF training photos on Instagram and admit his brother made a mistake?

Daryl Aiden Yow, the photography influencer currently accused of allegedly photo-manipulating stock photos and pasting himself into them to pass as authentic photography work apparently has a brother, Craven Yow–and he may be in trouble because of photos too. But before that, read about how Craven tried to defend his brother in the rawest terms […]

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World Cup: Brazil beat Costa Rica 2-0 to secure first win

SAINT PETERSBURG: Dramatic late strikes by Philippe Coutinho and Neymar gave Brazil their first win of the World Cup against Costa Rica in St Petersburg on Friday (Jun 22).

The result leaves the five-times world champions with four points from two gam…

Spanish photographer seeks to help abandoned pets

MADRID: Emilio Cuenca makes a living taking portraits of pets but in his spare time snaps rescue animals, hoping that his pictures will encourage people to adopt mistreated and abandoned dogs and cats.

The photographer has volunteered for various anim…

Afghan illegally expelled from Germany granted asylum

BERLIN: An Afghan man who was allowed back into Germany after he was illegally expelled from the country has been finally granted asylum, according to a German court ruling published on Friday (Jun 22).

Hasmatullah Fazelpur, 23, was in September sent …

Anger grows as Spain court bails sexual abuse gang

MADRID: Protests were planned across Spain on Friday (Jun 22), after a court ordered the release on bail of five men sentenced to nine years in prison for sexually abusing a young woman at Pamplona’s bull-running festival.

The men, who called themselv…