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RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Workers cleared up another five tons of dead fish from the shores of a Rio lagoon where Olympic rowing and canoeing events are due to take place in 2016, bringing to 37 tons the amount removed since last week, officials said on Wednesday.
THE Malaysian populace, as a community, should help ensure that the spread of the deadly Covid-19 be contained as best as possible.
(Reuters) - Next month's Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio will be the first on the PGA Tour's revamped schedule to allow spectators amid the COVID-19 pandemic, organisers announced on Friday.
LLEIDA, Spain (Reuters) - Like many African immigrants seeking fruit-picking jobs in Spain, Europe's largest fruit and vegetable exporter, Ibrahim Ndoye had to sleep rough on the streets of Lleida for 10 days this month as nobody would rent him a room.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - For fans of Hungarian club Ferencvaros (FTC), their recent success has been both long-awaited satisfaction on the pitch and a chance to forget the reality of the COVID-19 pandemic and economic woes.
(Reuters) - Diego Maradona was raised in dire poverty and would always take the side of the oppressed which made Napoli, sneered at by the richer clubs from northern Italy, the perfect team for him.
KUALA LUMPUR: National Sports Institute (NSI) are going full force to beef up safety measures after three of their officials, who are involved in the quarantine-based centralised training camps, were tested positive for Covid-19 on Tuesday.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Naohisa Takato won the final of the men's 60kg judo to give host nation Japan their first gold medal of the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday, defeating Yang Yung-wei of Taiwan in the final.