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BELGRADE (Reuters) - Red Star Belgrade have been ordered to play a home game in European competition behind closed doors and fined 30,000 euros ($36,000) for racist behaviour and COVID-19 protocol breaches during their Europa League clash with AC Milan, UEFA said on Wednesday.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Top intelligence officers from India and Pakistan held secret talks in Dubai in January in a new effort to calm military tension over the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir, people with close knowledge of the matter told Reuters in Delhi.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - While the blank-check deals market reached new heights this week with Grab Holdings' record $40 billion merger, some lawyers and regulatory experts said the exuberance was unlikely to last as the U.S. securities watchdog steps up scrutiny of such deals.
(Reuters) - Instagram is launching a small global test on Wednesday where users can choose whether to hide like counts on their own posts or other people's posts, a Facebook spokeswoman said.
Cubic Corp, which makes fare collection technology for some of the world's largest public transit agencies, is working with Google to make it easier for riders in cities around the world to use their Android smartphones to pay for fares.
DRB-HICOM Bhd advanced for a third straight session on Wednesday to cross the 50-day simple moving average (SMA) in a show of bullish sentiment.
A tourist discovered she had breast cancer after an interactive heat-cam exhibit revealed a tumour during a family trip to a museum in Edinburgh.
MADRID (Reuters) - Cries of "long live Franco!" accompanied the laurel wreath-draped coffin of General Francisco Franco on Thursday as Spain removed the remains of its former dictator from the state mausoleum where he was buried in 1975.
NEW YORK: U.S. stocks edged higher on Wednesday as investors shrugged off lackluster quarterly reports from industrial bellwethers Boeing Co and Caterpillar Inc, though a lower-than-expected revenue outlook from Texas Instruments Inc sent chipmakers' shares lowe
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Leading trainers competing at next month's Breeders' Cup are confident that Santa Anita will be safe for their horses despite a surge of deaths at the famed Southern California racetrack since December.