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Kenyan protesters set fire to police station after killing

(Reuters) - Kenyan protesters set a police station on fire after an officer allegedly shot and killed a man for hawking fake hand sanitizer, according to a police report seen by Reuters on Monday.

World

Factbox: Britain imposes sanctions on Russians, Saudis, Myanmar over rights abuses

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain imposed sanctions on 25 Russians, including the top state investigator, and 20 Saudis on Monday, as part of post-Brexit measures foreign minister Dominic Raab said were aimed at stopping the laundering of "blood money in this country".

Football

CVC, Blackstone consider investing in Italy's Serie A soccer league - FT

(Reuters) - Private equity firms CVC Capital Partners and Blackstone Group Inc are in separate talks about investments in Italy's Serie A soccer league, the Financial Times reported on Tuesday.

Cycling

Cycling: Giro d'Italia, Spanish Vuelta to be held in race-packed October

PARIS (Reuters) - The Giro d'Italia will start on Oct. 3 and the Spanish Vuelta will be held from Oct. 20, the International Cycling Union (UCI) said on Tuesday, as it published a heavily revised calendar in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.

Golf

Non-golfing members up in arms over club payment

PETALING JAYA: The reopening of golf courses nationwide from Monday has brought the smiles back to golfers’ faces.

Nation

Over 1,700 complaints over online shopping

PETALING JAYA: The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry has seen as many as 1,731 consumer complaints related to online purchases during the movement control order (MCO) period.

World

EU fraud prosecutor was wrongly dismissed from Romanian anti-graft job - court

BUCHAREST (Reuters) - The European Union's fraud prosecutor was wrongly removed from her previous job as head of Romania's anti-corruption agency, the European Court of Human Rights said on Tuesday in a landmark ruling against political interference in the judiciary.