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Naked Biker, Topless Row as Europe Sizzles

German police cautioned a man riding naked on a moped while topless sunbathers sparked a row in Munich, as temperatures were to soar to record highs in several European countries Wednesday.

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Federer Seeded ahead of Nadal for Wimbledon

Roger Federer has been seeded second ahead of great rival Rafael Nadal for Wimbledon despite trailing the Spaniard in the world rankings.

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FIFA Head, Joining U.S. Push, Wants More Palestinian Football Pitches

The head of FIFA promised Wednesday to build more football pitches in the Palestinian territories as he joined a U.S.-led economic workshop in Bahrain on drawing investment.

Gianni Infantino, president of world football's governing body, took part in the "Peace to Prosperity" conference led by President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner despite a boycott by the Palestinian Authority which fears a bid to impose a political solution through money.

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Reports: Man Utd Set to Splash £50 Million on Wan-Bissaka

Manchester United are closing on a deal worth up to £50 million ($64 million) for Crystal Palace right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka, according to media reports on Wednesday.

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Egypt Footballer Amr Warda Banned over Sexual Harassment Claims

Egypt's football federation on Wednesday banned midfielder Amr Warda from playing in any further matches at the African Cup of Nations over mounting sexual harassment allegations.

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French Consumer Group Launches Class Action against Google

A French consumer rights group said Wednesday that it has launched a class action lawsuit against U.S. tech giant Google for violating the EU's strict data privacy laws.

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EU Probes whether U.S. Broadcom Hindered Competition

The European Union opened Wednesday an investigation to determine whether U.S. semi-conductor giant Broadcom may be violating the bloc's competition rules and hurting rivals.

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Huawei Says 5G 'Business as Usual' despite U.S. Sanctions

Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei said Wednesday that its 5G business has not been impacted by the recent US sanctions amid a prolonged trade war between the world's two largest economies.

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S. African Miners Underground for a Week in Sit-in Protest

More than 200 miners in South Africa on Wednesday marked one week underground as they hold a sit-in protest against alleged sexual harassment by a manager as well as a wave of sackings.

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10 Migrants Dead, 30 Hurt in Turkey Bus Crash

Ten illegal immigrants died Wednesday and 30 were injured when the driver of a packed minibus refused an order to stop and crashed into a shop in northwest Turkey, local officials and media said.

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