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MOSCOW — In recent weeks, Russia has been engaged in a concerted effort to tame its habitual xenophobic demons in anticipation of 500,000 foreign soccer fans descending on the country for the World Cup that started Thursday. It has even organized classes on how to smile.
GOLD COAST, Australia (Reuters) - Indigenous rights activists disrupted a leg of the Commonwealth Games baton relay at Australia's Gold Coast on Wednesday and demanded Britain's royal family members ask them for permission to visit "stolen" land.
(Reuters) - Fast bowler Mohammed Shami will be offered a central contract after the committee of administrators (CoA) running India's cricket board (BCCI) said no action was warranted against him for alleged breaches of its anti-corruption code.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Fast bowler Mohammed Shami is doubtful for this year's Indian Premier League (IPL) as his franchise waits for direction from the Indian cricket board (BCCI) on his availability after being accused of adultery and domestic violence by his wife.
PYEONGCHANG (Reuters) - When Aboriginal figure skater Harley Windsor takes to the ice at the Pyeongchang Olympics next week, he will hope to deliver a performance that can inspire indigenous Australians and also silence the racists who have questioned his identity.
LONDON (Reuters) - England women's coach Phil Neville has denied being sexist and is confident he is the right person for the job despite his lack of experience.
LONDON (Reuters) - Dutchman Camiel Eurlings has resigned as his country's representative on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) following allegations of domestic violence in 2015.
(Reuters) - Liverpool defender Jon Flanagan pleaded guilty to assault on Tuesday following an incident in the city centre last month.
(Reuters) - Hope Solo's repeated actions "forced" U.S. Soccer to hand a six-month suspension to the outspoken goalkeeper, United States women's soccer coach Jill Ellis said on Tuesday.