• Miley’s infection ‘gone horribly wrong’

    Miley Cyrus could reportedly be in hospital for up to a month.

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    • Aiko's story of faith and forgiveness

      After forgiving the doctor who wreaked havoc on her face and the former assistant she accused of stealing money from her, Aiko Melendez's life has never been so good.

      Yahoo Southeast Asia Newsroom
      • Magic of ‘Meteor Garden’

        One afternoon in May 2003, everyone was curious about a Taiwanese drama ABS-CBN was about to air. Press materials showed a gorgeous-looking Taiwanese actress backed by four dashing young men. It seemed an ordinary youth-oriented drama from that part of … Continue reading →

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        • A fetish for full body suits in Japan

          By night, she dresses in a skin-tight, all-in-one Spandex body suit that covers everything -- including her eyes -- and sits in bars, alone but liberated, she believes, from the judgement of others. "With my face covered, I cannot eat or drink like other customers," said the woman, who is in her…

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          • Check out the first-round matchups for the 2014 NBA Playoffs

            After nearly six full months and 82 games for each of the NBA's 30 teams, the regular season now gives way to the postseason. Take a look at all eight first-round matchups along with some analysis of each series.

            Ball Don't Lie
            • Has Jake Cuenca found a new love?

              Jake turned to Instagram to post a photo of himself holding model Chanel Olive Thomas as she wrapped her arms around him. An earlier photo showed Chanel kissing him on the cheek as he held her arm. Both of them had their eyes closed. Not to be outdone, Chanel posted a photo of herself and Jake…

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              • US readies sanctions on Russia, aid for Ukraine

                WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration is preparing to ratchet up sanctions on Russia and boost assistance for the Ukrainian military in the coming days, U.S. officials said Wednesday, as Ukraine struggles to contain a pro-Russian uprising in its eastern cities.

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                • Philippine leader apologises over 'world's worst airport'

                  Philippine President Benigno Aquino publicly apologised on Wednesday for failures in air conditioning at Manila airport, already named by an online travel guide as the world's worst. The fresh debacle at Terminal 1, used by foreign airlines, came as millions of Filipinos begin travelling for the…

                  AFP News
                  • 4 Tricks to Fall Asleep Faster

                    Tossing and turning when all you want is to snooze? Here's how to shut off your mind fast.

                    Healthy Living
                    • Mermaid wars

                      As subject of folly and fiction, mermaids are by no means any laughing matter for the country’s top TV networks. ABS-CBN and GMA-7 have made a big production splurge on stories about these mythical creatures that has captured the imagination … Continue reading →

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                      • N. Korea officials 'target London salon over Kim haircut ad'

                        British police said Tuesday they had intervened after North Korean embassy officials reportedly told a London hairdresser to take down a discount haircuts advert featuring leader Kim Jong-Un. Mo Nabbach said two officials identifying themselves as being from the Stalinist state's mission took…

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                        • Chinese auto brands limp into Beijing show

                          BEIJING (AP) — China's automakers are the underdogs heading into next week's Beijing auto show, where foreign and domestic brands will jostle for attention in a market that is increasingly difficult for homegrown models.

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                          • Woman's Ear Reattached with Help of Leeches

                            A 19-year-old woman who lost her ear to a dog attack got it back with the help of a few leeches. While plastic surgeons are trained to reattach severed organs, these reattachments are simplest when the cut is clean and sharp — as from a kitchen knife, Dr. Stephen Sullivan, a plastic surgeon at…

                            • Watch Live: Scientists Explore a Mysterious Deep-Sea World

                              This month, you can fly along the Gulf of Mexico seafloor and explore a strange ecosystem fueled by chemicals instead of sunlight, all from your computer. The journey to the deep sea comes courtesy of a remotely operated vehicle and camera sled that will send back live video to the Okeanos…

                              • The tentative Mr. Pacquiao

                                Manny Pacquiao couldn't put Timothy Bradley down. And Pacquiao didn't lose to Bradley in their first fight a year ago, he was cheated of victory by the judges. It wasn't redemption, Pacquiao had nothing to redeem, he had his welterweight title to reclaim. Last Sunday Pacquiao seemed tentative,…

                                Manila Bulletin
                                • Toyota Camry gets a top-to-bottom makeover

                                  NEW YORK (AP) — Shaken by the advances of newer, sportier rivals, the Toyota Camry is trying to shed its vanilla reputation.

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                                  • PH grants visa-free privilege to 7 more countries

                                    Travelers from seven more countries can now experience how fun it is in the Philippines without worry, as the government extended them visa-free privileges.

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                                    • Jinggoy: It’s JV’s decision to sign Blue Ribbon report

                                      Sen. Jose “Jinggoy” Estrada yesterday said he is not stopping his half-brother, Sen. Joseph Victor “JV” Ejercito, from signing the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee report that found him and two other colleagues guilty of plunder and graft. “Whatever, I don’t care kung pumirma siya sa (if he signs the)…

                                      Manila Bulletin
                                      • The Solenn Heussaff you don't know

                                        There's no trace of the glamorous Solenn Heussaff in the jologs lady who wears simple tees, leaves her long hair uncombed, cuts her unmanicured nails short and pops her pimples at home. Yet, they're one and the same. The difference is, Solenn dresses down when she's home and glams it up in front of…

                                        Yahoo Southeast Asia Newsroom
                                        • Car accident killed SD girls missing since 1971

                                          ELK POINT, S.D. (AP) — Two South Dakota girls on their way to an end-of-school-year party at a gravel pit in May 1971 drove off a country road and into a creek where their remains lay hidden until last fall when a drought brought their car into view, authorities said Tuesday.

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