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SAO PAULO (Reuters) - A World Cup qualifier between Argentina and Brazil was suspended amid farcical scenes on Sunday after Brazilian health authorities accused a number of Premier League players of violating the country's COVID-19 quarantine rules.
MOSCOW/BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina said on Friday it had asked Russia to detain and deport four of its football fans filmed fighting with supporters from Croatia at a World Cup match on Thursday.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - An American wrestler working in Mexico is tapping into anger at Donald Trump, whipping crowds into a frenzy with an act as a supporter of the locally loathed U.S. president.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Republican Donald Trump's stunning victory in the U.S. presidential election was applauded on Wednesday by the Los Angeles bid committee that hopes to land the 2024 Olympics.
PARIS (Reuters) - France will deport Russian soccer fan leader Alexander Shprygin after he returned despite a previous expulsion in connection with violence that marred the start of Euro 2016, the Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin on Sunday rejected a suggestion by senior British government officials it may have deliberately sanctioned violence by Russian football hooligans at the Euro 2016 tournament in France as anti-Russian hysteria.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin said on Tuesday Russian sporting officials and groups should use all their influence to ensure Russian soccer fans behave themselves at the Euro 2016 tournament.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - France wants to deport almost 50 Russian football fans, Alexander Shprygin, the head of a Russian supporters' group, said on Tuesday, saying French riot police had stopped a bus carrying fans in Cannes who were on their way to Lille.
(Reuters) - The PGA Tour's long-established tournament in Miami will move to Mexico City next year, a switch prompted by sponsorship issues and welcomed by some players but blasted by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
LONDON (Reuters) - Embattled Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya will not be attending Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix but he is hoping for a change of fortune on the track at least for his Formula One team in Barcelona.