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(Reuters) - Mohamed Salah is still pained by the memory of going off injured in the 2018 Champions League final against Real Madrid and the Liverpool forward said he would use the hurt as motivation when the two sides meet again in Paris on Saturday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Melbourne City will hope to emulate sister club Manchester City in sealing back-to-back championships at the A-League Grand Final on Saturday. For Melbourne coach Patrick Kisnorbo, that is where the similarities end.
Bora Chung said the anthology was ultimately about the innate loneliness of being human
LONDON (Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur's owners ENIC agreed a 150 million pounds ($187.64 million) cash injection into the club on Tuesday to help Antonio Conte's side challenge for honours after securing a return to the Champions League next season.
LONDON (Reuters) -England have called up West Ham United's Jarrod Bowen and Leicester City defender James Justin for the first time in manager Gareth Southgate's squad for matches against Hungary, Italy and Germany in the Nations League next month.
KUALA LUMPUR: DSP Kenneth James Woodworth became a household name when he brought down infamous armed robber Botak Chin, killing two of his henchmen in a shootout between the police force’s Magnificent 12 and the notorious gang.
SEOUL: A huge number of North Koreans, including leader Kim Jong-un, attended a funeral for a top official, state media reported, as the country maintained the much- disputed claim that its suspected coronavirus outbreak is subsiding.
DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - A free bitcoin pizza stall and a "Liquidity Lounge" were among the treats on offer for attendees at this year's meeting in Davos, where blockchain and cryptocurrency firms have taken over its main street, despite a recent crash in digital coin values.
Much of Pakistani society operates under an "honour" code where women can be killed for bringing "shame" on their families by acts such as interacting with men or marrying someone they choose themselves.
China-watchers are keeping a close watch on the rise of politicians born in the 1970s, as the Communist Party’s next generation of leaders is likely to come from this group.