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Royal Ascot 2018: Security beefed up to avoid fighting among the...

Alcohol-fuelled brawls on consecutive weekends at Goodwood and Ascot in May have put officials at the Royal meeting on high alert this week.With...

Kohli’s Heartfelt Plea To Fans: “Take Notice Of My Good Friend’s...

Kohli too requested fans to go watch the Indian football team play. The Indian run-machine told fans that the process of going to stadiums...

Saudi soccer team land safely in Rostov after apparent engine fire

ROSTOV-ON-DON (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia’s national soccer team landed safely in Rostov-on-Don, Russia on Monday evening, after an apparent engine fire on the...

Kane takes to world stage as England edge past Tunisia

VOLGOGRAD, Russia (Reuters) - England captain Harry Kane declared his arrival on soccer’s biggest stage when he scored twice, including a stoppage-time winner,...

France wary of Peru as they seek second Group C win

YEKATERINBURG, Russia (Reuters) - After struggling to beat Australia in their opening World Cup Group C game, France will not be relishing the...

James Rodriguez Injury A Concern For Colombia Before Group H Opener

Despite sacking their coach just 71 days before the FIFA World Cup 2018, Japan will attempt to prove their doubters wrong when they...

FIFA World Cup 2018 Opening Ceremony Highlights: Robbie Williams Enthralls Moscow

However, the role of Ronaldo, whose creative director is local producer Felix Mikhailov, is yet to be ascertained. Unlike previous editions, this year's...

Dimitrov sets up Djokovic clash at Queen’s

LONDON (Reuters) - Second seed Grigor Dimitrov survived a tough first-round workout against Bosnia’s Damir Dzumhur at the Queen’s Club championships on Tuesday...

Mexico face disciplinary case over homophobic chant

MOSCOW (Reuters) - World soccer’s governing body FIFA has opened a disciplinary procedure against Mexico after alleged homophobic chants by Mexican fans during...
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