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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Decathlete Andrei Krauchanka knows that reaching the Olympics is seldom an adversity-free path, but the political crisis in his native Belarus has made his quest for a final chance to compete on the world's biggest sports stage even harder.
Shipping industry associations called on Amazon.com Inc founder Jeff Bezos to support some 400,000 seafarers stuck on merchant vessels because of restrictions at ports to stop the spread of Covid-19.
BELGRADE (Reuters) - Former Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic should take over as the Serbian FA chief and he needs the government's support to get the Balkan nation's soccer out of the doldrums, the Premier League club's midfielder Nemanja Matic said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - The professional International Swimming League (ISL) has promised to honour financial obligations and improve processes as some unpaid suppliers threaten legal action.
Facebook Inc for the first time on Nov 19 disclosed numbers on the prevalence of hate speech on its platform, saying that out of every 10,000 content views in the third quarter, 10 to 11 included hate speech.
PARIS (Reuters) - France's health minister said on Monday it was too early to claim victory over a resurgence in coronavirus infections even if recent data showed some encouraging signs during a second national lockdown.
French writers, literary critics and bookworms argue that books are essential to well-being
LONDON: US President-elect Joe Biden has been warned not to tinker with the dollar’s standing in world markets given the parlous state of the country’s finances - but his new Treasury chief may be equally advised against talking up the currency too much.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden remains steadfast in its strategy of voluntary measures and no lockdowns, the architect of its unorthodox COVID-19 response said on Friday, as the country battles a growing second wave of a disease that has now killed more than 6,000 Swedes.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (Reuters) - Two weeks after wading into turbulent political waters by publicly supporting President Donald Trump in the U.S. election and warning the country against turning "socialist", Jack Nicklaus clubbed away a question about the matter on Thursday.