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DUBAI (Reuters) - Qatar has cut its planned spending on building healthcare facilities by about two-thirds this year following the drop in energy prices but expenditure on its World Cup-related projects should be unchanged, an official said on Wednesday.
DOHA (Reuters) - Larsen & Toubro Ltd has secured a contract to build a $135 million stadium for Qatar's 2022 World Cup, an official told Reuters on Monday, a boost for the Indian firm facing a slowdown in its key Middle East market due to low oil prices.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - The Olympic Games have been the catalyst for a positive transformation of Rio de Janeiro, the International Olympic committee said on Monday.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Budapest could decide as soon as next week whether to withdraw its bid to hold the 2024 Olympic Games, the Hungarian capital's mayor said on Friday, in another blow to organisers' attempts to find a host city.
PETALING JAYA: American Travis McCabe of UnitedHealthCare pipped three other riders at the finish line to claim victory in the Stage Two of the Le Tour de Langkawi (LTdL).
LONDON (Reuters) - Team Sky did not keep complete medical records for their riders, the head of the UK Anti-Doping agency said on Wednesday, as British Cycling acknowledged "serious failings" in its system.
NEW YORK(Reuters) - Giving back to their communities has always been a challenge for pro athletes who get rich quick, because they tend to lose the money even more quickly. But even those who manage to build a substantial amount of wealth have a hard time using it charitably in a way that truly has a long-term impact.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - NFL team owners will consider requiring football players to stand for the U.S. national anthem after President Donald Trump on Tuesday suggested using tax laws to penalise the league for players who kneel in protest of racial injustice.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - This week's deadly truck attack in New York could not deter blind Japanese runner Toshiaki Ito from joining 50,000 fellow competitors in the city's marathon this Sunday.
KUALA LUMPUR: A much-talked about movie on Lee Chong Wei is coming out – but it’s not a sex video!