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Retired Greek triple jumper Hrysopiyi Devetzi said on Thursday that she was a victim of sexual assault at the start of her career by "a major athlete."
Milan Fashion Week on Thursday celebrated the 40th anniversary of Giorgio Armani's Emporio line of high-end ready-to-wear designs for a younger, trendier clientele.
Mohammad Abbas said Thursday that Pakistan felt "hurt" by the "strange" decision of English cricket chiefs to cancel tours for their men's and women's teams next month.
Too woke? The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has triggered a debate by altering a quote about abortion by the late US Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, replacing references to women with gender neutral words.
A man suspected of shouting racist abuse at AC Milan goalkeeper Mike Maignan before Sunday's match against Juventus in Turin has been identified and will face charges of inciting hatred, police said Thursday.
A book authored by South African Nobel Peace Prize laureate and retired archbishop Desmond Tutu was a top seller at an auction to celebrate his 90th birthday, his representatives announced Thursday.
A follow-up to "Tiger King," the documentary series that captivated millions around the world in the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, will be released this year, Netflix said Thursday.
Carlos the Jackal, the Venezuelan militant behind some of the biggest attacks of the 1970s and 1980s, failed on Thursday to have one of his three life sentences in France reduced.
Ryder Cup victory could leave an indelible mark on either European captain Padraig Harrington or his US counterpart Steve Stricker.
Bayern Munich may have accumulated 31 German titles and six European crowns in their glorious history but Friday's modest opponents Greuther Fuerth can at least boast the support of the former right-hand man of two US presidents, Henry Kissinger.
Brooks Koepka says he enjoys the Ryder Cup despite its differences from a typical golf week and the American vows he's ready for this weekend's showdown despite nagging injuries.
Jon Rahm is hoping the game that propelled him to the US Open title and the top of the world rankings will help him join the pantheon of Spanish Ryder Cup greats at Whistling Straits.
Film, television and theatre director Roger Michell, who was best known for his work on the romantic comedy "Notting Hill", has died at the age of 65, his publicist announced on Thursday.
Anthony Joshua said he would be happy to take on any opponent -- even King Kong -- stressing he had no intention of vacating one of his heavyweight belts in order to avoid Oleksandr Usyk.
French police made arrests on Thursday and football authorities held an emergency meeting after a series of violent incidents involving supporters during midweek Ligue 1 matches.
Britain's Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle kicked off a trip to New York City with a visit to the "Freedom Tower" and 9/11 Memorial on Thursday.
United Nations chief Antonio Guterres urged nations to revamp their food priorities Thursday, saying the world needed food systems that safeguard the environment.
Wayne Rooney has vowed to stay with troubled Derby County after the Championship club were hit with a 12-point penalty for going into administration.
Deportation fears mounted Thursday among Haitian migrants camped out in northern Mexico near the border with the United States following the sudden arrival of dozens of police officers at the site.
The way out of the diplomatic crisis between France and the United States over a mega submarine deal will "take time and require actions," French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian told American counterpart Antony Blinken Thursday.
Britain’s Royal Navy said Thursday that James Bond star Daniel Craig has been made an honorary commander in the service — the same rank held by the fictional secret agent. In Ian Fleming’s spy thrillers, which spawned the film franchise, Bond is a World War II naval veteran working for Britain’s secret service with a “license to kill.” Craig was made an honorary naval officer ahead of the release of “No Time to Die,” his fifth and likely final appearance as 007.
Among the crowd in the National Theatre was 24-year-old Kaif Jama, the writer and star of both films on the programme - the horror story "Hoos", about a single woman moving into an empty house, and a not-so-romantic comedy called "Date from Hell". She left Somalia when she was six and moved between Kenya and Uganda before settling in Cairo aged 19. The National Theatre, a gift from China's Mao Zedong, opened its doors in 1967.