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Murray to miss Britain's Davis Cup tie against France

28 March 2017

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will have to make do without world number one Andy Murray for their Davis Cup quarter-final in France after he was omitted on Tuesday from captain Leon Smith's team due to injury.

Soccer - UAE coach Ali quits after Australia defeat

28 March 2017

SYDNEY (Reuters) - United Arab Emirates coach Mahdi Ali resigned on Tuesday after a loss to Australia dealt an all but fatal blow to the country's chances of reaching next year's World Cup in Russia.

Australia end run of draws with 2-0 UAE victory

28 March 2017

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Jackson Irvine and Mathew Leckie headed home corners as Australia got their World Cup qualifying campaign back on track with a 2-0 victory over the United Arab Emirates on Tuesday, ending a run of four successive draws.

KLCI closes on firm note on foreign buying

28 March 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips closed higher on Tuesday, with strong fund buying of Petronas Dagangan, Genting Bhd and RHB Bank, despite the weaker ringgit, while key Asian markets were mostly higher.

Japan high court rules nuclear reactors can restart

28 March 2017

TOKYO: A Japanese appeals court on Tuesday ruled that a pair of nuclear reactors halted by a lower court order can be restarted, in a victory for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s energy policy.

Japan seeks answers in avalanche deaths of seven students and teacher

28 March 2017

TOKYO (Reuters) - Investigators pored over a Japanese mountain on Tuesday after a massive avalanche tore through a group of high school students and teachers, killing eight, amid questions about why avalanche warnings were ignored and whether they had proper equipment.

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