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(Reuters) - Jim Thorpe, a two-time Olympic gold medallist and formidable American football and baseball player, was one of the greatest U.S. athletes of all time but the public often failed to recognise him as one of their own during his lifetime.
New York: U.S. stocks closed higher on Tuesday on optimism about the development of coronavirus vaccines and a revival of business activity, but the S&P 500 failed to hold above the key psychological level of 3,000 points.
AGAINST a highly challenging global economic outlook, a global recession looks imminent. The Malaysian economy is expected to see a contraction of -2% at its worst and growth of 0.5% at its best in 2020, compared with 4.3% in 2019.
SHANGHAI: Xinhua has reported that the fact that the spread of the novel coronavirus has been effectively contained in China is a demonstration of the country's ability to handle a public health crisis, a US economist and China expert has said.
(Reuters) - Paul Gascoigne's tears in Turin captivated a nation and once they had fallen in love with the prodigiously talented but delicate England playmaker, they could never take their eyes off him, no matter how painful it was to keep looking.
(Reuters) - Only Jonny Wilkinson, as a 24-year-old who had just landed the last-gasp drop goal that spectacularly won the 2003 Rugby World Cup for England, could immediately think: "Oh well, can't top that, my career's going to be all downhill from here."
This man confides in Thelma that he feels as if the whole world is against him even as he tries to put things right between him and his girlfriend.
KOLKATA/DHAKA (Reuters) - The most powerful cyclone to strike eastern India and Bangladesh in over a decade killed at least 82 people, officials said, as rescue teams scoured devastated coastal villages on Thursday, hampered by torn down power lines and widespread flooding.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian state and territory leaders bickered on Thursday over whether to reopen internal borders, a major step to rejuvenating the country's A$80 billion ($50 billion) domestic tourism industry, as part of measures to ease coronavirus restrictions.
TOKYO: Japan’s Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc (MUFG) said it would shutter up to 40% of its domestic branches by fiscal 2023 as the lender plans to adopt more cost-cutting measures in response to the coronavirus crisis.