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Messi 'Bitter' as Colombia Stun Argentina

Lionel Messi said his team was feeling bitter after Argentina lost their opening Copa America match 2-0 to Colombia despite dominating the second half.

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Pogba Says 'Timing Right' for Summer United Exit

Paul Pogba has given the strongest indication yet that he wants to leave Manchester United this summer to seek a "new challenge".

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'Life-Changing' Surgery Gives Murray Cause for Optimism

Andy Murray has described an operation on his ailing hip as "life-changing" as he prepares to make his return to competitive tennis.

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The 'Richest Black Nation': Papua New Guinea Sets Audacious Goal

Papua New Guinea's new prime minister has an ambitious -- cynics would say far-fetched -- objective of turning one of the world's poorest countries into the "richest black nation" on earth in just a decade.

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From Apples to Almonds, India Hikes Tariffs on U.S. Goods

India on Sunday imposed higher tariffs on 28 items imported from the US, in retaliation to Washington's recent withdrawal of trade privileges for New Delhi.

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Heavy Toll for French Farms and Vineyards after Brutal Hailstorm

Farmers in southeast France counted the costs from lost harvests on Sunday after a fierce storm battered the region with hail the size of ping-pong balls, decimating orchards and vineyards just as the summer season was kicking into high gear.

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MBS Says Saudi Arabia Committed to Aramco IPO

Saudi Arabia remains committed to selling shares in national oil conglomerate Aramco through an initial public offering but only at the right time, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has said.

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G20 Agrees Marine Plastic Pollution Deal

The Group of 20 major economies said they agreed a deal to reduce plastic waste that is choking the seas at a meeting in Japan on Sunday.

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Iran Hints U.S. Could be behind 'Suspicious' Tanker Attacks

Iran's parliament speaker hinted Sunday that Washington could be behind the "suspicious" tanker attacks in the Gulf of Oman to pile pressure on Tehran, official news agency IRNA reported.

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Field Fires in Syria's Hasakeh Kill 10

Fires engulfing vital wheat fields across Syria's northeast have killed at least 10 people, a war monitor said Sunday, as Kurdish authorities claim the blazes were set deliberately. 

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