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LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's world and Olympic 100 metres breaststroke champion Adam Peaty said he was hopeful the delayed Tokyo Games would go ahead after his place on the plane was confirmed by Team GB on Wednesday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - World number one Novak Djokovic on Wednesday hit back at criticism of his letter to Australian Open chief Craig Tiley in which he suggested easing of quarantine restrictions, saying his good intentions were "misconstrued".
YouTuber Hamzy apologises for adding a thumbs-up to comments online about China claiming kimchi as its own, which Chinese Internet users took as an insult. The origin of the fermented cabbage dish is a hot-button issue between China and South Korea, as Chinese celebrity vlogger Li Ziqi found out last week.
PETALING JAYA: The Datuk who was caught on a viral video assaulting a man and a woman at a hotpot restaurant here has apologised, saying that his actions were too extreme.
Steroid cream gives Chinese baby hairy cheeks and causes her weight to shoot up; angry dad demands answers from producer
‘We were applying poisons on her every day,’ says distraught grandmother of five-month-old who developed a protruding, hairy forehead and cheeksA science blogger who tested the cream found it contained high concentrations of a steroid. Official tests were ordered, as its maker tried to deflect blame
CD Projekt SA chief executive officer Marcin Iwiński made a public mea culpa this week about the disastrous rollout of the video game Cyberpunk 2077 in December. He took personal responsibility and asked fans not to blame the team.
NEW DELHI, Jan 16 (AFP): India kicked off one of the world's largest coronavirus vaccination drives on Saturday (Jan 16), as US drugs giant Pfizer moved to calm fears in Europe about delays to deliveries of their vaccine.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian Open tournament director Craig Tiley has confirmed the year's first Grand Slam will go ahead from Feb. 8 despite anger from players forced into hard quarantine in Melbourne due to positive COVID-19 cases on their charter planes.
PETALING JAYA: Super League side Petaling Jaya City may have been jolted by Covid-19 cases in recent weeks, but that won’t slow the Phoenix down.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The build-up to next month's Australian Open was thrown into disarray on Saturday when 47 players were forced into two weeks of strict hotel quarantine after coronavirus infections were reported on two chartered flights carrying them to Melbourne.