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(Reuters) - Spanish broadcaster Movistar has purchased rights to show next month's Super Cup in Saudi Arabia, the national soccer federation (RFEF) said on Thursday, after other major operators shunned the tournament over human rights concerns.
LONDON (Reuters) - A police officer has been charged with murder after the 2016 death of former English Premier League striker Dalian Atkinson, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said in a statement on Thursday.
(Reuters) - The brother of U.S. gymnastics star Simone Biles was arrested and charged with murder as the accused shooter who killed three people at a New Year's Eve party in Cleveland, law enforcement agencies said on Friday.
SANTA DOMINGO (Reuters) - The alleged shooter of David Ortiz has been arrested along with four others in a group offered nearly $8,000 (£6,306) to kill the former Boston Red Sox star at a Dominican Republic bar, authorities said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - European Tour Commissioner Keith Pelley says the tour will play again in Saudi Arabia in 2020 and is "perplexed" at the criticism received for staging a tournament there for the first time in January.
(Reuters) - The Football Association (FA) has said a tribute will be paid to the victims of the mass shooting in Christchurch before England's European Championship qualifier against Czech Republic at Wembley Stadium on Friday.
(Reuters) - Everton defender Seamus Coleman has urged the club's owners to be patient with manager Marco Silva and buck the Premier League's trend of sacking managers after a string of poor results.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's crown prince is not seeking to buy Premier League football club Manchester United, the kingdom's media minister said on Monday, denying reports and adding that there had only been a meeting with the Saudi wealth fund regarding sponsorship.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Tiger Woods said on Wednesday that he decided not to play a recent European Tour tournament in Saudi Arabia because he wanted to keep his "travelling down".
(Reuters) - Four of the world's five best golfers will compete in the European Tour's new desert destination event in Saudi Arabia, which starts on Thursday, but the tournament has already thrown up uncomfortable questions for the sport.