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(Reuters) - Dominic Thiem ended a six-year wait for a new name on a men's Grand Slam trophy on Sunday with his U.S. Open triumph but it was not just Alexander Zverev that the Austrian had to battle on court to fulfil his "life goal".
ROME (Reuters) - After a six-month shutdown, the longest in Europe, Italy reopened most of its schools on Monday, testing the organisational skills of the government, the nerves of teachers and the self-control of excited students.
SYDNEY: Australia will invest A$211 million ($153.50 million) to boost its domestic fuel storage capabilities while local refineries will be subsidised to stay open in business, as the government unveiled plans to secure its long-term fuel suppl
CAIRO (Reuters) - Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar has committed to ending a months-long blockade of oil facilities, the U.S. embassy in the country said in a statement on Saturday, but oil ports and fields remained shut.
(Reuters) - A look at the key facts and records of Japan's Naomi Osaka and Belarusian Victoria Azarenka before their U.S. Open final on Saturday (prefix number denotes seeding):
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Victoria Azarenka and Naomi Osaka were set for a title clash two weeks back before the Japanese withdrew due to injury but the former world number ones will have another chance to establish supremacy during Saturday's U.S. Open women's singles final.
It’s looking increasingly likely that TikTok won’t be able to sell its US operations by the mid-September deadline imposed in an executive order issued by US President Donald Trump last month. That doesn’t mean the video app beloved by tens of millions of teens will go dark overnight.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Naomi Osaka said a new mindset had helped her to an unbeaten record since tennis resumed after the coronavirus shutdown and she is determined to take it with her into her third Grand Slam final on Saturday.
Washington, Sept 11 (AFP): North Korean authorities have issued shoot-to-kill orders to prevent the coronavirus entering the country from China, according to the commander of US forces in the South.