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(Reuters) - Every Major League Soccer (MLS) and Liga MX club will pause their seasons in the summer of 2023 to participate in an expanded Leagues Cup as the North American leagues continue to integrate, officials said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - New Zealand international Winston Reid has left West Ham United by mutual consent, the Premier League side said https://www.whufc.com/news/articles/2021/september/21-september/winston-reid-departs-west-ham-united-mutual-consent on Tuesday, ending his 11-year association with the London club.
MADRID (Reuters) -Atletico Madrid's Luis Suarez struck two late goals to give the LaLiga champions a 2-1 win at Getafe on Tuesday after the hosts were reduced to 10 men late in the second half.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Indigenous activists delivered a Jatoba tree to Norway's embassy in Brasilia on Tuesday, seeking "refugee" status for it in a symbolic protest against the destruction of Brazil's Amazon rainforest.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran wants a resumption of nuclear talks with world powers to lead to the removal of U.S. sanctions, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi told the annual U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday in a pre-recorded address.
(Reuters) - Cold, hunger and danger. These are the conditions people face when they flee their countries, often risking their lives to escape circumstances ranging from poverty to war.
PARIS (Reuters) - Lionel Messi is suffering from bone bruising, the Ligue 1 club said on Tuesday, and will miss Paris St Germain's trip to Metz on Wednesday.
KOHLER, Wisconsin (Reuters) - Sergio Garcia may not be able to pin down the precise reason for his Ryder Cup success but the Spaniard said on Tuesday he knows the exact moment he realised he wanted to represent Europe in the biennial team competition against the United States.
With just 1 per cent of people vaccinated in low-income countries, demand for Chinese jabs looks set to continueBut more data and better transparency will improve the reputation of the doses, including those still in development