Hosts Gabon Looking for Vastly Improved Cup Showing

Hosts Gabon will be looking for a vastly improved performance at the African Nations Cup on Wednesday (18/01) when they play Burkina Faso in their second Group A game.

18 January 2017 | 04:34 PM


Hadi Tjahjanto Sworn In as Air Force Chief

President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo has sworn in Air Marshall Hadi Tjahjanto as the new Air Force chief, replacing retiring Air Marshal Agus Supriatna.

18 January 2017 | 04:33 PM


Federer Wobbles But Roars Back to Reach Third Round

Roger Federer dug himself out of a late slump to fend off American qualifier Noah Rubin 7-5 6-3 7-6(3) on Wednesday (18/01).

18 January 2017 | 04:02 PM


Testing of New Vaccines Still Underway: Ministry of Health

Minister of Health Nila F. Moeloek said that three vaccines which were originally scheduled to be released this year are still being tested for their usefulness and benefits.

18 January 2017 | 03:57 PM


Van Gaal Denies His Retirement Is Final

Former Manchester United and Netherlands manager Louis van Gaal has dismissed a report in Dutch media that he has retired from coaching.

18 January 2017 | 03:51 PM


Bank Indonesia Repudiates Allegations That Its Logo Resembles Communist Symbols

Bank Indonesia has categorically repudiated allegations that its logo on the new rupiah banknotes featured the hammer-and-sickle symbol.

18 January 2017 | 03:48 PM


China Foreign Talent Curb Gets Mixed Response From Clubs

China's decision to tighten rules over the number of overseas players has drawn mixed response from the clubs affected by the move.

18 January 2017 | 03:24 PM


Man City's Toure Turned Down Huge Offer From China: Agent

Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has turned down a 520,000 pounds ($643,812) a week offer to play in China, his agent told Sky Sports on Tuesday.

18 January 2017 | 03:21 PM


Social Media Triggers Jealousy, Negativity: Kaspersky

Research conducted by global cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab revealed that social media triggers jealousy.

18 January 2017 | 03:18 PM


Xi Says World Needs China, US to Have Stable Relationship

The world needs China and the United States to have a stable and cooperative relationship, Chinese President Xi Jinping told US Vice President Joe Biden, just days before new uncertainy looms with Donald Trump taking office as president.

18 January 2017 | 03:00 PM