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The actor clarified that he has 'never called anyone' an anti-gay term, despite previously admitting that he stopped using 'the f-slur for a homosexual' only months ago at his daughter’s behest.
WASHINGTON: The Justice Department announced today that it has repatriated an additional $452 million in misappropriated 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) funds to the people of Malaysia, bringing the total returned to over $1.2 billion.
LONDON (Reuters) - Leicester City could be facing the Premier League's first 100 million pound ($139.29 million) player when they meet Manchester City in Saturday's Community Shield at Wembley but that will just be added motivation for manager Brendan Rodgers.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain has launched a 5 million pound ($7 million) research programme to help better prepare for risks posed by climate change such as heatwaves and floods, the government said on Friday.
(Reuters) - In late 2020, when Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni faced a fresh challenge to his 35-year rule, a new tool helped to silence his critics: anti-money laundering legislation promoted by the G7.
LONDON (Reuters) - Aston Martin formally appealed Sebastian Vettel's Hungarian Grand Prix disqualification on Thursday and said they would also present "significant new evidence" to Formula One's governing body.
(Reuters) - Former world number one Roger Federer has pulled out of the upcoming ATP Masters 1000 events in Toronto and Cincinnati due to a knee injury, tournament organisers said on Thursday.
PARIS (Reuters) - People in France have been rushing for COVID-19 vaccines since the government introduced a mandatory health pass to access bars and restaurants, stirring the debate about how to get more shots in arms to combat the highly infectious Delta variant of the coronavirus.
(Reuters) - Belarusian sprinter Kristina Timanovskaya refused to go home and sought asylum at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday, saying she feared for her safety after she had criticised her coaches on social media.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Jailed Russian opposition activist Andrei Pivovarov has registered as a candidate for next month's parliamentary election, his team said on Thursday, even though multiple other Kremlin critics have been disqualified.