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PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (Reuters) - North Korea has emerged as the early favourite to grab one of the Winter Olympics' most important medals: the diplomatic gold.
VALENCIA, Spain (Reuters) - Levante full back Shaquell Moore took the daunting step to move from the United States to Spain on his own aged 17 and while the journey has not been without its pitfalls, the gamble is slowly paying off.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India will approach 2018 as the year to shed their "poor travellers" tag, head coach Ravi Shastri said ahead of the team's tour of South Africa.
THE annual Volvo Golf Challenge was hosted for a 10th year at the Kota Permai Golf & Country Club in Kota Kemuning and saw 108 players, comprising customers and senior management from Volvo Trucks, Volvo Buses and Volvo Construction Equipment, battle it out for the honours.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Fans flocked to the first event staged in mainland China by the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) as a new generation added their names to a proud martial arts history that stretches back thousands of years.
SEOUL/BERLIN (Reuters) - As Olympic officials try to persuade North Korea to join what they hope will be a peaceful winter Games in the South in February, leader Kim Jong Un has a weakness that may help them: He loves sport.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona's 100 percent start to the Liga season will be severely tested at Atletico Madrid on Saturday in an atmosphere certain to be intensified by political fervour.
KILDARE, Ireland (Reuters) - Irish racehorse trainers and breeders fear a Brexit that impedes the free movement of animals could threaten its success on the track and position as Europe's largest producer of thoroughbreds.
CHICHESTER, England (Reuters) - Britain must try to retain an influence over EU car rules after Brexit as any divergence in vehicle standards would add to local manufacturers' costs, sports carmaker McLaren Automotive said on Thursday, in the latest business warning to the government.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Virat Kohli appears able to produce miracles with his bat and the India captain masterminded yet another successful chase in Sunday's run-feast against England to enhance his reputation as the second innings king of one-day cricket.