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KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan government and Taliban negotiators met in Qatar's capital Doha this week to discuss the peace process, the first known meeting in weeks after negotiations largely stalled earlier this year.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - The Brazilian soccer team criticised the last-minute decision to switch the Copa America to Brazil from Argentina amid a surge in novel coronavirus infections but said they would play in the 10-nation tournament which kicks off in Brasilia on Sunday.
CARBIS BAY, England (Reuters) - Thousands of police have been drafted in from across Britain to beef up security for what organisers promise will be disruptive and "annoying" protests when G7 leaders gather for a summit this week.
A fleet of 40 traditional dhow boats are being renovated for tourists in Qatar as the country prepares to host the 2022 World Cup.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) president Rogerio Caboclo vowed to clear his name at an ethics committee investigation on Monday as fears receded of a player boycott of the Copa America.
LIMA, Peru (Reuters) - Peruvian socialist Pedro Castillo widened his lead against right-wing rival Keiko Fujimori in the country's presidential vote on Monday, but she said she will not concede yet and alleged "irregularities," although without showing much proof.
Nike, Zara, H&M amongst Western brands accused by China of selling substandard products amid Xinjiang row
H&M, Nike and Zara among fashion labels accused of posing a potential health hazard, with dyes and other harmful substances named in noticeChina’s General Administration of Customs said it had confiscated, destroyed or returned non-compliant products, including toys, shoes and toothbrushes
TENNIS player Naomi Osaka did not want any attention on herself at this year’s French Open.
PARIS (Reuters) - The women's draw at the French Open was blown wide open on Thursday after world number one and top seed Ash Barty followed second seed Naomi Osaka in bowing out of the claycourt Grand Slam despite neither player actually losing a match.
PARIS (Reuters) -World number one Ash Barty retired from her second round match at the French Open on Thursday with an injury, leaving the women's draw at the claycourt Grand Slam without its top two seeds following Naomi Osaka's earlier withdrawal.