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ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Istanbul's gay and transgender community gathered for a small rally that ended with tear gas and rubber bullets on Sunday after their annual march was banned for the fifth consecutive year.
LYON, France (Reuters) - It was no surprise that Phil Neville had made great strides with England's women's team since taking over as coach given his past achievements in football, United States manager Jill Ellis said ahead of the two sides' World Cup semi-final clash on Tuesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Of all the matches spread across the All England Club when Wimbledon begins on Monday none is more intriguing than the one scheduled for late afternoon on Court One between five-times champion Venus Williams and Cori Gauff.
SPIELBERG, Austria (Reuters) - Red Bull's Max Verstappen won the Austrian Grand Prix, and ended Formula One champions Mercedes's streak of success, after beating Ferrari's Charles Leclerc in a wheel-banging battle of the 21-year-olds on Sunday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Dutch socialist Frans Timmermans has emerged as the favourite to be named the EU's next chief executive, diplomats and officials said on Sunday ahead of a summit in Brussels, but faces resistance from eastern European countries.
BEIJING: The outlook for China’s manufacturing sector continued to deteriorate in June as weakness in the domestic economy combined with new tariffs the U.S. imposed the previous month on Chinese goods
SPIELBERG, Austria (Reuters) - Sebastian Vettel's hopes of delivering Ferrari's first win of the Formula One season suffered a setback in Austria on Saturday after he had to watch from the pits while team mate Charles Leclerc qualified on pole position.
TORONTO (Reuters) - A ship carrying 69 containers of waste mislabeled as plastic recyclables returned to Canada on Saturday from the Philippines, closing a chapter on a dispute that started in 2013 and sparked a diplomatic furor between Ottawa and Manila.
(Reuters) - Naomi Osaka reckons that she can be guilty of over-thinking things but now her mind's been freed of having to protect the world no.1 tag, the young Japanese is actually feeling liberated by the idea of grabbing back that accolade at Wimbledon.