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BERN (Reuters) - A condensed version of the Champions League group stage finally gets under way on Tuesday, with COVID-19-related disruptions an ever-present threat hanging over the competition.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - Slovakia registered its second-highest daily toll of new COVID-19 cases on Friday, the Health Ministry said, as the country battles a second wave of infections.
BRUSSELS, Oct. 16 (Xinhua) -- The European Union (EU)'s international trade in goods in August remained under the pre-pandemic levels, with a decline of exports and imports by 14 percent and 15.6 percent respectively compared to August 2019, Eurostat said on Friday.
(Reuters) - Scotland closed in on promotion to the top tier of the Nations League on Wednesday after winning their top-of-the-table clash with the Czech Republic as the races in the other three League B groups remained extremely tight.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain, Italy and Spain had the highest rates of so-called "excess deaths" from all causes, including COVID-19, among 21 developed countries during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic, an international study has found.
MILAN (Reuters) - Inter Milan's Ashley Young has tested positive for COVID-19, the Serie A club said on Sunday, becoming the sixth member of their squad to be infected in the last week.
(Reuters) - An unnamed Irish player has been withdrawn from the squad for Sunday's Nations League game against Wales in Dublin following a positive COVID-19 test and four other players will also stand down, the Football Association of Ireland said in a statement.
MILAN (Reuters) - A further three Inter Milan players have tested for COVID-19, the Italian Serie A club said on Friday, taking the total to five this week.
(Reuters) - Striker Sean Maguire and winger Daryl Horgan have been called up to the Ireland squad ahead of their UEFA Nations League matches against Wales and Finland, the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) said on Friday.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - It is 62 years since all four British home nations last qualified together for the finals of a major tournament but after Wednesday's Euro 2020 penalty shoot-out playoff drama, such a prospect is now within reach.