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(Reuters) - Bryson DeChambeau birdied his final hole to cap an error free five-under 67 and grab a share of the early second round lead with three others at the Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit on Friday.
THE nation said that it would prohibit online sales of alcohol in a clampdown on underage drinking after a rise in sales during the outbreak of the Covid-19 coronavirus.
UNITED NATIONS, July 3 (AFP): The coronavirus crisis could cost global tourism and related sectors from US$1.2 to US$3.3 trillion in lost revenue, the United Nations has announced.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - International cricket will gingerly ease out of a 117-day shutdown in Southampton next week but the scars of the COVID-19 pandemic will be clearly evident at the Ageas Bowl.
Facebook is mothballing Lasso, the app it quietly launched two years ago as a competitor to popular short-form video service TikTok, after it failed to get traction.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Wellington Hurricanes fullback Jordie Barrett rolled the dice by not having surgery on his injured shoulder but after being clattered by front rowers in training this week he knew he would be fine to start against the Waikato Chiefs on Sunday.
DIYARBAKIR, Turkey (Reuters) - Bride-to-be Merve Kacar adjusted her gown, placed a crown on her head and added the finishing touch of a lace-trimmed white face mask as she prepared for her wedding in southeast Turkey after a three-month delay.
(Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho says he is unhappy with the long break between matches his team have had since the Premier League resumed following the COVID-19 shutdown.
NEW DELHI (The Straits Times/ANN): As tensions remain high along the India-China border, a fallout of the border row appears to be Chinese imports being stuck at ports and airports across India where they go through intense checks.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - With performers wearing facemasks as well as bikinis, Bangkok's red-light districts reopened on Wednesday after more than three months of shutdown to stop the spread of coronavirus.