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Cruise says he and Prince William 'have a lot in common'.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The mental toll of professional tennis will be in focus as the curtain rises at Roland Garros next week, a year since four-time major winner Naomi Osaka sparked fresh debate around athletes' mental health.
(Reuters) - In a year of memorable firsts for Carlos Alcaraz, the 19-year-old Spaniard has transformed himself from being just another fresh face with immense potential to a genuine threat on the men's tour and a favourite for the French Open.
SEOUL (Reuters) -North Korea said on Friday it was achieving "good results" in its fight against its first confirmed COVID-19 outbreak, as the number of people with fever symptoms rose past 2 million.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee has been excused from attending an accounting fraud trial hearing on Friday, a court spokesperson said, as he is expected to host the U.S. President's tour of a semiconductor plant in South Korea.
European and American health authorities have identified a number of monkeypox cases in recent days, mostly in young men.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Energy Department launched a program on Thursday to fund four large-scale projects across the country that can remove carbon dioxide from the air, investing $3.5 billion in a nascent technology the Biden administration says is necessary to meet a goal of achieving net zero emissions by mid century.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Biden administration on Thursday appeared set to renew its assessment that Cuba is among a handful of countries "not cooperating fully" with the United States in the fight against terrorism, according to a government document.
BONN, Germany: Japan called on other G7 countries to reaffirm the group's agreement on exchange-rate policy, Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki said on Thursday, a sign Tokyo remained on guard against the risk of further sharp declines in the yen.
NEW YORK: Oil prices rebounded from two days of losses in a volatile session on Thursday, bolstered by weakness in the dollar and expectations that China could ease some lockdown restrictions that could boost demand.