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ASUNCION (Reuters) - The Copa Libertadores final will go ahead in Santiago as planned next month, CONMEBOL said on Friday, despite the riots which have hit the Chilean capital in the last few days.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A look at the quarter-final qualification scenarios on the final weekend of pool-stage action at the Rugby World Cup with potential impact of further Typhoon Hagibis cancellations.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A super typhoon bore down on Japan on Thursday forcing the cancellation of two rugby World Cup matches and some transport, and threatening to disrupt Japan's Formula One Grand Prix race this weekend.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Rugby World Cup organisers were forced to call off matches for the first time in the tournament's 32-year history on Thursday - eliminating Italy as a result - saying the risk from Typhoon Hagibis made hosting them an impossibility on safety grounds.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Rugby World Cup officials said on Tuesday it would be inappropriate to reveal their contingency plans should "Super Typhoon Hagibis" cause disruption to next weekend's final group of pool fixtures.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong Premier League fixtures scheduled for this weekend have been postponed due to the pro-democracy protests.
TOKYO, Japan (Reuters) - World Cup organisers have briefed both France and the United States on "contingency options" for their Pool C match in Fukuoka on Wednesday if the game is affected by Typhoon Mitag, which is developing off the south-west coast of Japan.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Buses may not be the most glamorous mode of transport but at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic games, they will represent Toyota Motor Corp's <7203.T> best bet for wider acceptance of hydrogen power - technology so far eclipsed by electric vehicles.
FUKUROI CITY, Japan (Reuters) - Japan is one of the most vulnerable countries in the world to earthquakes, typhoons and tsunamis and organisers of next month's rugby World Cup hope their best-laid plans are not thrown into disarray by a natural disaster.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - India's Davis Cup tie against Pakistan at Islamabad next month has been postponed to November under "exceptional circumstances" after a security review, the International Tennis Federation (ITF) said on Thursday.