West Indies beat Australia by 56 runs; lead series 2-0
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West Indies beat Australia by 56 runs; lead series 2-0
A foul-mouthed team talk from Brian Goorjian was captured live on BBC One on Thursday.
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 5 — Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said an alternative national recovery council convened for the first time today to discuss Malaysia’s Covid-19 situation. Dr...
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In the wee hours of Thursday, Apple Music launched a livestream via an in-app takeover before Kanye West’s second livestream of his delayed new album, “Donda,” again at Mercedes Stadium in Atlanta. Two weeks ago, West — who has held similar listening events for his last two official albums — held a similar livestreamed session in the stadium […]
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With world records smashed and dozens of personal best times achieved on its speedy track, Tokyo's Olympic athletics programme is proving to be one of the most memorable for decades. With just one gold secured - courtesy of Ryan Crouser in the shot put - the American men's team face the dire prospect of missing the top of the track podium for the first time in the Games' 125-year history - barring their boycott year in 1980. "At this point in the 2019 World Championships, U.S. men had won seven of an eventual nine gold medals," former American sprint champion Michael Johnson wrote on Twitter.
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German gymnast Kim Bui wore a unitard in the women's all-around final. "I just stood in front of my cupboard and there was a unitard and there was a traditional one," Bui, 32, said. "I just decided for the unitard because today I thought I felt more comfortable with a unitard."
A dance teacher in Miami, Florida, has shared footage of a 93-year-old student who looks absolutely determined not to fall out of step while the pair practice a routine.Zumba teacher Rina Martinez shared the footage to her Instagram account on June 24, showing her and her student Rachel busting some moves.She told Storyful that the 93-year-old “still wants to learn and she watches me in detail” to follow each step. Credit: Rina Martinez via Storyful
HYBE, the management firm behind Korean pop sensation BTS, booked a 21% increase in net profits in the three months to June 2021 and said that its artists had returned to “full-fledged” activities following the coronavirus hiatus. Previously known as Big Hit Entertainment, the firm reported a year-on-year increase of 56% in sales, which reached […]
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Robinhood (HOOD) shares dipped as much as 14% at the open of Thursday's session following an announcement that some stockholders will cash out up to 97.8 million shares over time.
The Tokyo Olympics was supposed to be a celebratory farewell for a 'golden generation' of U.S women's soccer players but it ended up with an unconvincing attempt to put a brave face on the disappointment of a bronze medal. The world champions beat Australia 4-3 in the bronze medal game on Thursday and fittingly Megan Rapinoe and Carli Lloyd, their two veterans, almost certainly playing in their last major tournament, scored two goals each. The Americans were stunned by their 1-0 semi-final defeat against Canada on Monday and held team meetings to try to find a way to at least end the Olympics in the right fashion by what Lloyd called refinding their mentality.
Sitting in a small boat with 22 other migrants, lashed by driving rain and heaving waves, Abdullah al Badri thought he was going to drown in the English Channel. The 27-year-old Bedouin from Kuwait had been travelling across Europe for four years, a stateless refugee looking for a new home. Al Badri said the six-metre boat was buffeted by waves and rain in one of the world's busiest shipping lanes.
The United States will face Japan in baseball's first Olympic gold-medal game in 13 years after defeating defending champions South Korea 7-2 with a barrage of sixth-inning singles on Thursday. Three-time gold medalists Cuba have lost star power to other countries, failing to make the six-team Games tournament, while Japan have grown ever stronger and the United States found new hunger by adding veterans with nothing to lose to a roster of minor leaguers. Japan beat both South Korea and the United States on their road to the gold-medal contest, and the United States recorded two wins over the last gold medalists.
At the break of dawn on a beach in northern France, a dozen migrants waited for a police patrol to pass by, then quietly climbed into an inflatable dinghy. France and Britain agreed last month to deploy more police and invest in detection technology to stop migrants risking their lives crossing the Channel L8N2PC4LE, one of the world's busiest shipping lanes, on overloaded rubber boats. But while French police are confiscating more dinghies and preventing more crossings, they can only reduce the flow of departures.
It’s been a busy few weeks of globe-trotting to soccer finals for FIFA President Gianni Infantino. Having already started July in Miami for the CONCACAF congress, he was back in the U.S. to see the American men beat Mexico in the Gold Cup final in Las Vegas on Sunday. All that’s missing in this congested summer of soccer traveling for Infantino is a major tournament with FIFA’s name on it.
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The Toronto International Film Festival has revealed that Jessica Chastain, star and producer of “The Eyes Of Tammy Faye,” will receive the Tribute Actor Award at the festival’s 46th edition this year. “Jessica has brought to life such strong and inspiring roles for women, from the films that have screened at TIFF such as ‘The […]
“Fox & Friends” co-hosts Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade shared two very different opinions on vaccines Thursday morning. Doocy encouraged viewers to vaccinate their kids over the age of 12, causing Kilmeade to interject, “Right, or see a doctor and decide what you want to do. That’s who usually, people, go to for medical advice: doctors.” Doocy, who has been vocal about his own vaccination and participated in Fox News PSAs urging viewers to get the shot, remarked that he hadn’t consulted with a