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(Reuters) - The U.S. Open women's final between Emma Raducanu and Leylah Fernandez attracted a bigger audience on ESPN than the men's clash featuring calendar year Grand Slam-chasing Novak Djokovic and Russia's Daniil Medvedev, the U.S. sports channel said.
(Reuters) - Snapchat's owner has hired a longtime online safety advocate as its first global head of platform safety, Snap Inc told Reuters on Wednesday, as the company continues to ramp up efforts around user safety and as social media firms face mounting global pressure from regulators and lawmakers.
The trauma of Sri Lanka's civil war, apartheid in South Africa, racial injustice, and the 'absurdities' of social media are explored in the six books shortlisted for the 2021 Booker Prize
MELBOURNE (Reuters) -All Blacks scrumhalf Aaron Smith's international season may be over after he elected to stay home in New Zealand for the birth of his second child, while captain Sam Cane is in a race to be fit for the team's northern hemisphere tour.
LONDON (Reuters) - If justification were needed for Chelsea's decision to spend 97 million pounds to bring Romelu Lukaku back to Stamford Bridge, the Belgian provided it with a master striker's goal on Tuesday.
LONDON (Reuters) -Romelu Lukaku opened his Champions League account for Chelsea as his powerful header earned the holders an unconvincing 1-0 victory over Zenit St Petersburg at Stamford Bridge in their Group H opener on Tuesday.
Paris: There is no current need for the general population to be given third doses of Covid-19 vaccines.
LONDON (Reuters) -Britain will begin a COVID-19 vaccine booster programme for older and more vulnerable people soon as Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government relies on vaccines rather than further lockdowns to navigate a "bumpy" winter.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission is expected to outline by the end of September plans that could ease the movement of goods from Britain to Northern Ireland in an effort to ease tensions resulting from Brexit, EU diplomats said.
(Reuters) - Italy's Rally Monza will replace cancelled Japan as the final race of the world championship season in November, organisers said on Tuesday.