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  1. FILE PHOTO: A Tencent sign is seen at the World Internet Conference (WIC) in Wuzhen

    Tencent gets approval to publish two Nintendo Switch games in China

    China's content regulator granted approval to Tencent to publish two Nintendo Switch games in the country Thursday, as the tech giant aims to ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: Tiger woods celebrates after winning the 2019 Masters

    Woods to be inducted into 2021 Hall of Fame

    Tiger Woods will be inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2021.
  3. Premier League - Manchester United v Manchester City

    Guardiola expects games in England to be hit by coronavirus restrictions

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola believes soccer matches in England will soon have to be played in empty stadiums because of the coronavirus ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: Meg Lanning in action for Australia

    Cricket: Battle-hardened Australia ready for 'biggest' game - Lanning

    Australia captain Meg Lanning says the defending champions' rocky road to the Twenty20 World Cup final against India has them ready for the ...
  5. Juventus Football Club scarf is attached to a no entry sign outside the Allianz Stadium in Turin

    Juve face Inter on Sunday as Serie A announces weekend games

    Five Italian Serie A matches which were postponed between Feb 29 and March 2 because of the coronavirus outbreak, including the heavyweight clash ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: Six Nations Launch

    England's Six Nations game in Italy called off due to coronavirus - reports

    England's Six Nations game against Italy in Rome next week has been postponed by tournament organisers due to the coronavirus outbreak, multiple ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: Six Nations Launch

    Six Nations games to go ahead despite coronavirus - organisers

    The remaining games of rugby's Six Nations Championship will go ahead, subject to future government intervention, despite the coronavirus outbreak ...
  8. FILE PHOTO: FIFA president Infantino gives oath after his election as IOC member  in Lausanne

    Football: FIFA chief Infantino accepts games are at risk due to coronavirus

    FIFA president Gianni Infantino has said March's international soccer matches could be threatened by the coronavirus but was hopeful that this ...