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LONDON (Reuters) -Black players in the England soccer team have been subjected to a storm of online racist abuse after their defeat in the final of Euro 2020, drawing wide condemnation from the squad's captain, manager, royalty, religious leaders and politicians.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike said on Tuesday that a sufficient number of hospitals combined with a speed-up in the COVID-19 vaccination rollout among the elderly meant the city will be able to hold "safe and secure" Olympics in 10 days.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Global interest in the Tokyo Olympics is muted, an Ipsos poll of 28 countries showed, amid concerns over COVID-19 in Japan and withdrawals of high-profile athletes, with the host country among the most disinterested.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) -Wing Sbu Nkosi and centre Lukhanyo Am scored first-half tries as a strong South Africa ‘A’ side inflicted a first defeat of the tour on the British & Irish Lions with a 17-13 win in what was dubbed an unofficial ‘fourth test’ in Cape Town on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Athletes should not make "political demonstrations" or express their private views on the medal podium at the Tokyo Games, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach said on Friday.
PETALING JAYA: An unidentified overseas visitor has tested positive for Covid-19 at the Tokyo Olympics athletes’ village but Malaysians have been told not to panic.
PETALING JAYA: The spirit of the Olympic Games is alive.
(Reuters) -Lewis Hamilton was subjected to racist abuse online after winning the British Grand Prix, with social media firm Facebook saying on Monday it had removed a number of comments on Instagram.
ROME (Reuters) - Serie A club Lazio came to the defence of new signing Elseid Hysaj on Monday after he sang left-wing anthem "Bella Ciao" during his initiation ceremony at the weekend.