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Man City loses attempt at CAS to block UEFA investigation

Manchester City lost its attempt to block a UEFA investigation into financial fair play violations on Friday. The Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled that City’s appeal against UEFA was … Click to Continue »

An ambassador fired: What to watch on Day 2 of impeachment

An ambassador, her firing and a pair of fixers. Those details stand at the center of Marie Yovanovitch’s story, a personal ordeal she’ll describe to Americans and the world Friday … Click to Continue »

Vietnam court convicts music teacher of anti-state actions

State media say a Vietnamese court has sentenced a music teacher to 11 years in jail for “anti-state” Facebook posts. The official Nghe An newspaper says Nguyen Nang Tinh was … Click to Continue »

EU rebuffs American pitch of quick deal for more lobsters

The United States trade representative is hoping to broker a deal with the European Union to send more lobsters to Europe, but has received a chilly reception so far. The … Click to Continue »

Rights group: Bosnian migrant camp “dangerous and inhumane”

A prominent human rights group is warning that migrants trying to reach Western Europe are living in “dangerously cold and harsh conditions” in Bosnia, where tensions have mounted over the … Click to Continue »

10 Things to Know for Today

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. OUSTED AMBASSADOR TO TESTIFY IN IMPEACHMENT PROBE Marie Yovanovitch is expected to … Click to Continue »

German parliament approves carbon pricing, air ticket hike

Germany’s parliament has approved a bill to introduce a price for carbon emissions in the transport and heating sectors as part of a broader package of measures designed to tackle … Click to Continue »

Workers OK contract at General Mills’ Cedar Rapids plant

Union leaders say workers have ratified a contract for the General Mills processing plant in Cedar Rapids. Local 110 of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union said Thursday the … Click to Continue »

French police ratchet up evidence search in Epstein probe

French police are launching a fresh appeal for witnesses and victims to come forward to aid their probe of Jeffrey Epstein and allegations that one of the financier’s associates drugged … Click to Continue »

Syria’s Assad says ‘resistance’ will force US troops out

Syrian President Bashar Assad said in remarks broadcast Friday that the American presence in Syria will lead to armed “resistance” that will eventually force the U.S. troops to leave his … Click to Continue »

British broadcaster BT confirms Champions League deal

British broadcaster BT Sport has confirmed it retained Champions League rights in a deal costing more than $1.5 billion. Britain has been the most lucrative market for UEFA, which is … Click to Continue »