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TOKYO (Reuters) - Nothing at the Olympics is certain, but the prospect of Adam Peaty winning the 100 metres breaststroke gold in Tokyo is about as close to it as it gets.
The Vietnamese capital Hanoi on Saturday started applying the country's strictest social distancing measures amid the resurgence of local Covid-19 cases.
Partner of Hong Kong woman who died after liposuction op says nurse told him there was ‘nothing’ wrong, moments before paramedics rushed in
Dance instructor Josephine Lee died shortly after procedure at Regrowth Hair Transplant Centre in 2014Surgeon Vanessa Kwan is on trial at High Court and has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Elon Musk's private rocket company SpaceX was awarded a $178 million launch services contract for NASA's first mission focusing on Jupiter's icy moon Europa and whether it may host conditions suitable for life, the space agency said on Friday.
TOKYO (Reuters) -When women's weightlifting was introduced as an Olympic sport in 2000, Papua New Guinea's then 16-year-old Loa Dika Toua became the first-ever female Olympian lifter. On Saturday in Tokyo, the now 37-year-old athlete did it for the fifth time.
Beijing says Tokyo has exaggerated the ‘Chinese threat’ and it will defend its territorial integrityComments follow a Japanese defence paper saying the country should monitor conditions in the Taiwan Strait with a ‘sense of crisis’
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -With the last U.S. forces on the way out of Afghanistan, U.S. President Joe Biden assured President Ashraf Ghani of U.S. diplomatic and humanitarian support on Friday as Taliban advances piled pressure on the U.S.-backed government in Kabul.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The focus may be on the big name Americans and Australians but this could be the Games where Russian swimmers could make their biggest splash in the men's events in 25 years.
NEW YORK: Oil prices edged higher on Friday and for the week after a strong recovery from Monday's steep slide, underpinned by expectations that supply will remain tight through the year.
(Reuters) - The U.S. women's national team (USWNT) on Friday filed an opening brief in the appeal of their lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation (USSF), saying the decision to dismiss it was based on flawed legal reasoning.