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MOSCOW (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin has ordered the government to look at way of tightening anti-doping controls in Russian sport,
LONDON (Reuters) - Wales have decided against following England and Scotland in defying FIFA by wearing poppies on their shirts or armbands in Saturday's World Cup qualifier against Serbia.
A Russian court upheld a decision to block the website of social networking company LinkedIn Corp, Interfax news agency reported, setting a precedent for the way foreign Internet firms operate in the country.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Thursday announced he would visit Turkey next week and said it was important not to "slam the door" on Ankara despite Berlin's unhappiness over its post-coup crackdown.
NEW YORK: Some of the most controversial proposals Donald Trump made while running for US president were gone from his campaign website by Thursday (Nov 10), including his call to ban Muslims from entering the country and his promise to cancel the Paris Climate Agreement.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Two-time Olympic pole vault champion Yelena Isinbayeva is among four candidates to register for an election to choose a new president of the All-Russian Athletics Federation (ARAF), the organisation said on its official website.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi business magnate Prince Alwaleed bin Talal on Thursday put aside his bitter clash with Donald Trump and embraced the Republican U.S. president-elect, saying he was heartened by reports that Trump had appeared to delete online references to his proposed ban on Muslims.
YANGON: Myanmar’s anti-Muslim hardliners cheered Donald Trump’s election as US president in prose and poetry, hailing the divisive billionaire’s triumph as a victory in the fight against “Islamic terrorism”.
New Delhi: A farmer in southern India committed suicide fearing she would be left penniless after the government’s shock decision to withdraw high denomination notes from circulation, police said.
MUMBAI: Late on Tuesday, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi blindsided the nation with his biggest step against tax evasion, many Indians turned to Google Inc for help.