You have searched for "Border"
Showing 31-40 of 1107
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Northern Ireland reached their first major tournament in 30 years and their neighbours south of the border beat world champions Germany to take a big step towards joining them at Euro 2016 in a memorable night for Irish football on Thursday.
LONDON - Britain's army will have to provide extra troops to police Olympic venues as a private security firm cannot supply enough trained staff, while a watchdog warned Thursday that border staff are under-trained.
INCHEON South Korea (Reuters) - Few football fixtures are painted with as much political intrigue as a clash between North and South Korea, and Thursday's Asian Games final promises to stoke passions on both sides of the world's most heavily militarised border.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Former test skipper Allan Border says that if Australia take the last eight English wickets on the final day of the fourth Ashes test on Sunday and retain the coveted urn, the credit can go only to one man -- Steve Smith.
(Reuters) - It was quickly dubbed the "NAFTA World Cup" on social media, but football fans and observers could not help seeing Wednesday's news that the United States, Mexico and Canada will jointly host the 2026 World Cup through the lens of border walls, tariffs and Trump.