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(Reuters) - New Zealand's former shot put world champion Valerie Adams, hoping for a third Olympic gold medal in Tokyo this year, threw 19.65 metres in Auckland on Saturday, her longest in competition since 2016.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) -A dozen Australian media firms have agreed to plead guilty for breaching a suppression order on reporting on the trial and conviction of former Vatican treasurer George Pell in 2018 for child sexual assault, a court heard on Monday.
Internet users across the northeast US experienced widespread outages for several hours on Jan 26, interrupting work and school because of an unspecified Verizon network issue.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Apartment owners on the premises of a luxury Melbourne hotel are seeking to quash plans by Australian Open organisers to use the hotel to quarantine players ahead of the Grand Slam.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A trial began on Monday alleging dozens of journalists, editors and media companies breached an Australia-wide court suppression order in reporting on ex-Vatican treasurer George Pell's child sex abuse conviction in 2018.
LONDON (Reuters) - Emerging markets have historically fared better with a Democrat as U.S. president and after this year's underperformance under Republican Donald Trump, much of the sector might welcome the prospect of a Joe Biden victory in Tuesday's election.
CAIRO, Oct. 22 (Xinhua) -- The Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) dismissed on Thursday chairman of the Commercial International Bank (CIB), a leading private sector bank in the country, over what CBE sees as "financial crimes."
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A draw against New Zealand is as good as a win for some pundits in Australia who have seized on Wellington as proof the Wallabies are ready to rise up and claim the Bledisloe Cup for the first time in 18 years.
(Reuters) - U.S. Democrats and nonpartisan election experts on Wednesday denounced President Donald Trump's calls for his supporters to act as ad-hoc poll watchers in the November election, saying they were an oblique call for illegal voter intimidation.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. presidential race is much closer than national surveys suggest, according to Reuters/Ipsos opinion polls in battleground states that show Democrat Joe Biden with only a slim lead over President Donald Trump in three highly competitive states and in a dead heat in three others.