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JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Former military chief Benny Gantz portrays himself as a straight-shooter who will restore simple values to Israel if he wins power in the country's third election in less than a year.
(Reuters) - Atletico Mineiro fired Venezuelan coach Rafael Dudamel on Thursday, less than two months after he took charge and hours after their shock Brazilian Cup defeat by lower league Afogados da Ingazeira.
A brewing fight about which country has the right to tax some of the world’s most profitable companies, including Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google, could devolve into a multi-front trade war, regardless of whether President Donald Trump is still in the White House.
(Reuters) - Democratic presidential hopefuls spread out across South Carolina on Thursday ahead of the state's primary election on Saturday - their first big test with African-American voters.
(Reuters) - Hungarian club Honved have suspended their Italian coach Giuseppe Sannino as a precaution because of the new coronavirus outbreak in Italy.
(Reuters) - Juventus coach Maurizio Sarri is struggling to impose his style of play on the Turin side and his frustration came out into the open again after a poor performance in their Champions League defeat to Olympique Lyonnais on Wednesday.
BEIJING (Reuters) - As Wang Xiurong drives passengers around the Chinese capital amid the coronovirus outbreak, she has an added layer of protection: a plastic sheet separating her from her passengers.
SYDNEY/DUBAI (Reuters) - Governments battling coronavirus epidemics from Iran to Australia shut schools, cancelled big events and stocked up on medical supplies on Thursday in a race to contain the outbreak's rapid global spread.
(Reuters) - Airlines have been suspending flights or modifying service in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia on Thursday suspended arrivals by foreigners for the Umrah pilgrimage and tourists from two dozen countries where the new coronavirus has spread, as a growing number of cases globally deepened fears of a pandemic.