Check out this week's Fantasy Baseball Fearless Forecast
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Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday the revival of dialogue channels with Greece helped solve some bilateral problems between the NATO members, over which tensions flared last year. Ankara and Athens have been at odds over several issues for years, from conflicting Mediterranean maritime claims to air space and migration. The allies came close to confrontation last year, hurting ties between the European Union and Ankara.
Eight people were injured Sunday night after a vehicle plowed into a crowd at a mud racing event in Texas.
Netflix has revealed more artwork and clips from four of its kids and family animation titles, which are set drop this summer and fall. During the streamer’s online Annecy session, introduced by Netflix director of character animation James Baxter, it was revealed that three of the titles – “Karma’s World”, “Vivo” and “Centaurworld” – are animated […]
Ariarne Titmus narrowly missed the world record as she won the women’s 200-meter freestyle on Monday night at the Australian Olympic swimming trials. Titmus was backing up a day after her victory in the 400 freestyle in national record time and dealing with shoulder soreness. Kaylee McKeown followed up her world record in the 100-meter backstroke on Sunday by winning the 200-meter individual medley in 2:08.19.
More than 65,000 ransomware attacks costing companies $170,000 each on average are expected this year, John Chambers, former CEO of Cisco Systems and JC2 Ventures founder and CEO, told Yahoo Finance Live.
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Two-time Olympic 10,000m champion Mo Farah will make a last-gasp attempt to qualify for the Tokyo Games at the British Athletics Championships in Manchester on June 25.
Arlene Foster formally stepped down as Northern Ireland's first minister on Monday, bringing further instability to the British-ruled province where tempers are already frayed over post-Brexit trading arrangements.
Australia's Ariarne Titmus confirmed she is one to watch at the Tokyo Olympics by smashing the Commonwealth record in the women’s 200m freestyle on Monday, a day after swimming the second fastest 400m freestyle of all time. Her 200m time of 1:53.09 at the Australian Olympic trials was 0.11 seconds outside Federica Pellegrini’s longstanding world record from 2009, and her 3:56.90 in the 400m on Sunday was also a new commonwealth record. The 20-year-old's performances confirm her as a contender for three gold medals - in the 200m, 400m and 4 x 200m relay - next month at the Tokyo games.
It admitted the use of a Malay/Muslim couple's photo as a standee in Raya decorations was "culturally insensitive".
This 'psychic' cat predicts Euro 2020 match resultsLocation: St Petersburg, RussiaAchilles is deaf and lives in St Petersburg’s Hermitage museumHe has been predicting soccer outcomes for yearsby choosing between bowls of food bearing different flagsHere he is in 2017correctly forecasting the outcome of the Confederations Cup opening matchIn 2018 he accurately pegged Russia to win the World Cup openerHe recently opted for a bowl of food bearing an Italian flagbefore Italy beat Turkey 3-0 in the opening Euro 2020 matchHe also correctly predicted Belgium would beat Russia
KUALA LUMPUR, June 14 — The Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) today urged the federal government to live up to its commitment to protect the rights of immigrants within the country’s...
Scotland were dealt a massive blow ahead of their first major tournament match for 23 years with Arsenal defender Kieran Tierney ruled out of Monday's Euro 2020 clash with the Czech Republic.
Nothing like a friendly game of tag between these two unlikely friends. Watch when the pup looks back as if it was embarrassed that the peacock tagged him! @misfitsandrescues
When given the choice, this adorable little girl will chose the non-toy instead of the toy. Cuteness overload!
This young dude is all about that extreme lifestyle. Check out what he can do on a 4x4!
Warning! If your heart can explode and melt at the same time, it will! Take a look at the most adorable video ever!
Did you know Ferrari had a restaurant?Location: Maranello, ItalyThe Luxury carmaker is relaunching Il Cavallinowith food by triple Michelin starred chef Massimo Bottura"You know, I'm looking at the past in a critical way, not in a nostalgic way, to bring the best from the past into the future, to renew tradition, exactly as Ferrari does every day.”The restaurant sits opposite Ferrari’s headquarters in Modenawhere founder Enzo Ferrari once dined with Formula 1 stars"I think if Enzo Ferrari would come, sit here, and eat the tortellini as a historic compromise, not with chicken broth, not with cream but with Parmigiano Reggiano sauce.”
Police dispersed a number of “clandestine gatherings” outside the Parisian landmark of Les Invalides on Saturday, June 12.“Tonight, the FDO had to intervene to put an end to several clandestine gatherings or groups of people on the public road without respecting the curfew or barrier gestures,” the Préfecture de Police said.Police evacuated the area and arrested three people at 11 pm, the newly-established curfew hour, they said.News reports said Saturday’s street party, dubbed “Project X” by participants, was the third such gathering in a row over the weekend in defiance against public health restrictions.Footage filmed by Nicolas Mercier shows crowds outside Les Invalides and police in riot gear, as well as glass being thrown at police vehicles. Credit: Nicolas Mercier via Storyful
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Monday in a joint interview with Reuters, Associated Press and Agence France-Presse that he wanted to hear a clear "yes" or "no" from U.S. President Joe Biden on a NATO Membership Action Plan for Ukraine. He also said that the United States should provide economic support to Ukraine. Zelenskiy said Russia was dragging its feet on a meeting between him and President Vladimir Putin with no clear reason.