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(Reuters) - Brazil defender Dani Alves has decided not to join any club until the end of the year, the 38-year-old said after terminating his contract with Sao Paulo following a dispute over unpaid salaries https://www.reuters.com/lifestyle/sports/alves-boycotts-sao-paulo-over-club-debt-2021-09-10.
Nike Inc. lowered its sales forecast as production and shipping delays hobbled the company’s efforts to meet strong demand for shoes and athleticwear.
VALENCIA, Venezuela (Reuters) - Venezuelan evangelical pastor Javier Bertucci has promised to mobilize his vast network of followers in upcoming regional elections to defeat the ruling Socialist Party candidate and become governor of the industrial state of Carabobo.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazilian defender Dani Alves will no longer play for Sao Paulo after he refused to return to training on Friday in a dispute over unpaid salaries, the club said.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) -In June, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, one of the nation's largest and most influential unions, vowed to make organizing the Amazon.com Inc workforce a top priority.
CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's principal opposition parties are expected this week to announce candidacies for the upcoming elections for governors and mayors, three sources with knowledge of the situation said, following three years of election boycotts.
On icy luge tracks, Chinese and US Olympians navigate distractions, disruptions while training for Beijing
As President Xi Jinping prioritises sports to help achieve the ‘Chinese dream’, Beijing hopes to mint medallists in previously untried events such as lugeChina creates an ‘instant’ team and hires foreign coaches to compete in the notoriously difficult winter sport
A sanctions-happy American foreign policy repeats the same pattern over and over without success, and still the US is surprised when they fail.
Chinese actor Zhang Zhehan dropped by 25 companies in China after controversial photos surfaced online
China called for a boycott after photos of him at Japan's Yasukuni Shrine taken in 2018 and 2019 circulated online and sparked outrage among Chinese netizens and media.
TOKYO (Bloomberg): During his long tenure as Japanese prime minister, Shinzo Abe deftly avoided overtures toward Taiwan that would jolt ties with China. Now, he’s joined the growing chorus of Japanese voices calling for greater support for the democratically ruled island.