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Turkey Slams Iceland over Airport 'Disrespect' to Football Team

Turkish officials vehemently criticized Iceland on Monday over "disrespectful" treatment of its football team at Reykjavik airport.

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End of an NBA Era Looms as Warriors on Brink of Defeat

Injured and weary, the Golden State Warriors are one loss from the end of their five-year NBA dynasty run at the hands of the upstart Toronto Raptors.

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'Incredible' Dream: Nadal Faces Thiem for 12th Roland Garros Title

Rafael Nadal admits the prospect of winning a 12th Roland Garros title and 18th major on Sunday would have once just seemed liked an "incredible" dream in a career so often at the mercy of a succession of morale-sapping injuries.

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Polish Fans Fined for Fighting Each Other before Euro Qualifier

More than 200 Polish football fans were handed fines for public order offences for fighting each other in Skopjie ahead of Friday's Euro 2020 qualifier against North Macedonia, a court said.

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Olympic Wrestler Enters Ring for Ukraine's Zelensky

Ukraine's new president Volodymyr Zelensky on Sunday named candidates including an Olympic wrestler with Rwandan roots to represent his party in snap parliamentary elections next month.

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Nadal Hands Federer Worst Slam Loss in 11 Years to Reach 12th French Open Final

Defending champion Rafael Nadal powered past Roger Federer in the French Open semi-finals on Friday, to move within one victory of a record-extending 12th Roland Garros title after handing his oldest rival his worst Grand Slam defeat in 11 years.

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Familiar Failings Leave England with Work to Do before Euro 2020

A year on from a World Cup semi-final defeat, England were taught the same lesson in the last four of the Nations League as a technically superior opponent in the Netherlands came from behind to fully earn their place in the final with a 3-1 victory.

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'We Always Have to Justify Ourselves': Konta Blasts Roland Garros

Johanna Konta said being shunted to an outside court for her Roland Garros semi-final Friday "speaks for itself" and said it was "sad" that women have to "justify their involvement."

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16 Arrests as English Fans Clash in Duesseldorf

Around 40 English football fans were involved in violent clashes in Duesseldorf's city center as they watched Thursday's UEFA Nations League defeat to the Netherlands, police in Germany reported on Friday.

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Africa Football Boss Released in France without Charge

The president of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), Ahmad Ahmad, was released without charge in France on Friday, a day after being arrested for questioning, the Marseille public prosecutor said.

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