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(Reuters) - Real Madrid unseated Manchester United as the world's most valuable soccer club, according to the annual list published by business magazine Forbes on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to consider reviving a copyright case in which Nike Inc was accused of unauthorised use of photographer Jacobus Rentmeester's famous 1984 photograph of basketball superstar Michael Jordan soaring through the air.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli was in the eye of a storm on social media on Thursday after he suggested a local cricket fan relocate to another country for preferring to watch English or Australian batsmen.
President Donald Trump and President Vladimir Putin of Russia are expected to hold a news conference soon after talks in Helsinki.
President Donald Trump and President Vladimir Putin of Russia are meeting at a presidential palace in Helsinki for their first summit.
SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) - Brazil may have been one of the big disappointments so far at the Russia World Cup, but the pressure is on their opponents Serbia in their final Group E match in Moscow on Wednesday.
NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia (Reuters) - Lionel Messi's 31st birthday this weekend is an ominous reminder Russia may be his last World Cup and final chance to emulate fellow Argentine great Diego Maradona in lifting the ultimate prize.
GROZNY, Russia — Ramzan A. Kadyrov did not sustain himself as the autocratic leader of the Chechen republic by failing to understand the value of propaganda and spectacle.
LONDON (Reuters) - Naomi Osaka was 'freaking out' when she bumped into Spider-Man actor Tom Holland in a Tokyo hotel gym recently but while still admittedly starstruck off the court, the 20-year-old is no shrinking violet on it.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - For the world's women cricketers, financial parity with their male counterparts remains a distant dream but India's decision to boost the pay packets of its top female players is further evidence that the winds of change are blowing through the game.