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(Reuters) -UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin on Tuesday told the English Premier League's "Big Six" clubs who have joined a breakaway European Super League that they had made a "huge mistake", and urged them to think again.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish goalkeeper Pepe Reina became the latest player to hit out at the planned new European Super League on Tuesday, saying the new competition is not a fair proposal.
(Reuters) - Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuettl said Jose Mourinho's sacking as Tottenham Hotspur makes it much harder for his side to prepare for Wednesday's Premier League game against the London club.
China-Australia relations: on first anniversary of trade conflict, hay-import licences bedevil Australian exporters
China’s import permits for 25 Australian hay exporters have not been renewed two months after their expirationHay-licence problems are just the latest in a series of trade difficulties resulting from the war of words that erupted one year ago between Canberra and Beijing over the coronavirus origin
Apple Inc will let the social-media app Parler back on the App Store after an almost four-month absence, the iPhone maker told US lawmakers ahead of a congressional antitrust hearing later this week.
Many airline executives believe that the pandemic will change how aviation companies do business over the next five years. These include operating with a much leaner workforce and less silo-ed company structure due to airlines being trimmed amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
HAVANA (Reuters) - The new leader of Cuba's ruling Communist Party may be the first born after its 1959 revolution but he is also a loyalist who is not expected to make significant changes to its one-party system and has moved only tentatively on market-style economic reforms.
(Reuters) -Apple Inc will bring social media app Parler, favored by U.S conservatives, back to its App Store after the iPhone maker pulled it following the deadly Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot, according to a letter sent to two Republican lawmakers.
KUALA LUMPUR: Since the Covid-19 pandemic started in 2020, cyber criminals have sought to take advantage as businesses moved to rapid digitisation with an overnight shift to remote working.