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(Reuters) - Wales' Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey will miss Wednesday's Nations League game away to Bulgaria through injury, the Football Association of Wales said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Netherlands coach Frank de Boer says consideration for his players' welfare is the priority as he ponders his team selection for Wednesday's Nations League clash away to Italy, even though he is under fire to get a result.
PETALING JAYA: The uncertainty surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic is not going to stop gymnast Tan Ing Yueh from pursuing a double mission.
KOTA SAMARAHAN: Sarawak will be able to reach out to a global audience via its newly-launched television station, TVS, in the future, says Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg.
(Reuters) - The Football Supporters' Association (FSA) on Tuesday raised concerns about the radical proposals to make changes to the English football pyramid, saying the long-term challenges far outweigh the short-term financial benefits.
BANGKOK, Oct 13 (AFP): Police arrested 21 protesters Tuesday during a Bangkok rally that saw dozens of people give a royal motorcade a three-fingered salute -- a show of defiance by Thai pro-democracy activists calling for reforms to the monarchy.
(Reuters) - Manchester United's Edinson Cavani will have to wait to make his Premier League debut after the club confirmed on Tuesday that the Newcastle United game this weekend comes too soon for the Uruguayan striker who is still self-isolating.
(Reuters) - Defenders Ben Chilwell and Kieran Tripper have withdrawn from the England squad ahead of Wednesday's Nations League fixture against Denmark, the team announced on Tuesday.
Video game livestreaming giants Huya and DouYu are merging, giving Tencent control of a US$10bil industry behemoth
Huya is acquiring DouYu to create a US$10bil juggernaut in the video game livestreaming industry. Tencent, already China’s largest gaming company by revenue, will control two thirds of the new company.
Genshin Impact has been touted as the biggest ever global launch of a Chinese game. The slogan for Shanghai-based miHoYo, the company behind the game: ‘tech otakus save the world’.