Stories By 'AFP'
Cristiano Ronaldo’s return to fitness could be vital to Juventus’s bid to end their Champions League drought going back 23 years as they head to Ajax on Wednesday with uncertainty over whether their superstar will play or not.
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Nine people have been arrested in Thailand for spreading “fake news” on Facebook with posts about sacked election officials and bogus ballots in the wake of controversial polls in the kingdom.
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Airbus on Friday began trials of drones delivering parcels to ships anchored offshore in Singapore, as the high-tech city rolls out the devices for an array of tasks.
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Skipper Virat Kohli has slammed the decision review system (DRS) as “not consistent” after India had a referral turned down by the TV umpire and went on to lose the fourth ODI to a record Australia chase in Mohali.
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Schalke travel to Manchester City for Tuesday’s Champions League last 16 return league with head coach Domenico Tedesco barely hanging onto his job and confidence at rock bottom.
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Lending to the private sector in the eurozone decelerated in January, ECB data showed Wednesday, as the withdrawal of a central bank stimulus last year begins to show its impact.
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The international athletics federation (IAAF) announced on Tuesday a first ever world ranking system for competitors.
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Real Madrid centre-back Sergio Ramos was charged by UEFA on Tuesday for “receiving a yellow card on purpose” during their Champions League last-16 tie with Ajax.
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French club Nantes have referred their dispute with Cardiff City over the transfer fee of Emiliano Sala to FIFA, sources close to the Ligue 1 side said on Wednesday.
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