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(Reuters) - Espanyol and Leganes fans holding current season tickets will be handed free passes for the entire 2020-2021 campaign to compensate for missing matches due to the shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the two La Liga clubs said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Veteran AC Milan forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic has injured his right leg in training and will undergo a scan in 10 days, the Serie A club said in a statement on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Tyrrells will end their sponsorship of the Premier 15s, the women's top flight domestic league in England, when their contract ends in August, the country's governing body (RFU) said on Tuesday.
PETALING JAYA: The Health Ministry is monitoring the use of hydroxychloroquine in treating Covid-19 patients to see if there are any side effects.
SINGAPORE: A total of 383 new coronavirus cases have been preliminarily confirmed on Tuesday (May 26), including only one Singaporean or permanent resident. The new cases take Singapore's total to 32,343.
UNITED NATIONS: The WHO suspended trials of the drug that Donald Trump has promoted as a Covid-19 (coronavirus) defence, fuelling concerns about the US president's handling of the pandemic that has killed nearly 100,000 Americans.
SEOUL: Samsung Group heir Jay Y. Lee was questioned on Tuesday (May 26) by prosecutors about a controversial 2015 merger and alleged accounting fraud that they said may have helped him advance his succession-planning agenda at the country's top conglomerate.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian rugby league player Bronson Xerri has tested positive for banned steroids and was suspended by the National Rugby League on Tuesday, two days before the season gets back underway following the COVID-19 shutdown.
HONG KONG: Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Carrie Lam said on Tuesday (May 26) that Hong Kong will relax part of social distancing measures that expire at Thursday midnight (May 28) in response to the eased Covid-19 (coronavirus) epidemic.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia will begin easing restrictions on movement and travel this week, more than two months after stringent measures were introduced to help curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.