Why did he go bowling?

Ebola-afflicted doctor visited several places after returning from Guinea

ANGER: 
Dr Craig Spencer. 
(above Netizens have expressed displeasure over his actions.
ANGER: (Above) 
Dr Craig Spencer. 
Netizens have expressed displeasure over his actions.
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Disastrous second set costs Sharapova s-final berth

Maria Sharapova.
Agnieszka Radwanska.

She knew exactly what she had to do. Beat Agnieszka Radwanska in straight sets and Maria Sharapova would have progressed to the semi-finals of the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global and kept alive her hopes of ending the year as the world No. 1.

The 27-year-old Russian, who lost to Caroline Wozniacki and Petra Kvitova in her first two matches in the White Group, looked on the way to achieving her first objective yesterday, reported Haiqal Sari.

Having won the first set 7-5, Sharapova was leading 5-1 in the second, but somehow allowed Radwanska to snatch the set 7-6.

It meant that the Russian was out of the tournament even before the end of the match.

But Sharapova still gave her fans at the Singapore Indoor Stadium something to cheer, bouncing back to win the third set 6-2.

Despite the exit, she said the year had been a success and she would be concentrating more on the Grand Slams next season.

Read the full report in our print edition on Oct 25.

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What they say about both bosses

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Chelsea to give Devils the Blues

DYNAMIC DUO: Cesc Fabregas (left) and Eden Hazard (right).
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Albirex stay in title fight

Victory over Home sees White Swans making it a three-horse race

Home United (left, in blue) and White Swans (right, in orange).
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Federer fights back to reach Basel semis

Roger Federer.
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Jimenez eyes Ryder Cup captaincy

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Renee, what have you done to your face?

CHANGE: Actress Renee Zellweger at the Elle Women In Hollywood Awards on Monday (above) and at a movie premiere in 2008.
CHANGE: Actress Renee Zellweger at the Elle Women In Hollywood Awards on Monday and at a movie premiere in 2008 (above).

Thin may be in but the lack of fat in the face can lead to a markedly aged appearance. And losing weight ages those over 40 years old even more rapidly.

This was local plastic surgeon Woffles Wu's take on Hollywood star Renee Zellweger's "new" look.

When the 45-year-old actress walked the red carpet at the Elle Women In Hollywood Awards in Beverly Hills on Monday, she surprised everyone with an almost unrecognisable face.

Gone were her cherubic cheeks, bedroom eyes and smooth skin. She had a noticeably wide-eyed look, different cheeks and tighter skin.

It sparked widespread speculation that she had undergone drastic plastic surgery. But Zellweger has denied having had plastic surgery and called the speculation "silly".

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Related report: Renee Zellweger has changed so much you wouldn't recognise her 

'I'm glad folks think I look different'

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Man shot dead after attacking US cops with axe

DOWN: The body of the assailant lies covered on Jamaica Avenue in the borough of Queens in New York.
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