Novak Djokovic thanks fans as two more caught in Australian Open visa drama
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World tennis No. 1 Novak Djokovic isn't alone in having his visa canceled after arriving for the Australian Open.
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In Budapest, Sevilla fans were leaving the stadium chanting and showing the number seven with their fingers, symbolising the seventh trophy in Europa League for their team.
Should they fail with a court challenge to secure their continuous stay in South Africa, thousands of Zimbabwean nationals could be forced to leave the country. Many don't want to return home and start all over again.
Thousands of fans celebrated as Barcelona's women's squad returned to the Catalan capital with their second Champions League trophy in three years on Sunday after a thrilling final where they came back from two goals down to beat VfL Wolfsburg 3-2 before a sold-out crowd in Eindhoven.
The ejection of journalists is likely to further jeopardize relations between India and China, by worsening a general lack of understanding of each other's politics and society.
Greeting and gesturing towards the crowd, Cruise walked around the outside of the Hassler Roma hotel's entrance along with several security personnel.
Supporters gear up for the the Women's World cup match between co-hosts Australia and Ireland at Stadium Australia in Sydney.
Fans arriving for the Women’s World Cup match between co-hosts New Zealand and Norway at Eden Park in Auckland said they felt safe following a shooting in the country’s largest city earlier on Thursday.
Just hours before the official start of the legendary Wacken heavy metal festival in northern Germany, organizers turned away fans due to chaos caused by extreme rain.
'Go Caster, go!' S.Africa fans say after Semenya wins human rights challenge against World Athletics
South Africans in Johannesburg praised Olympic champion Caster Semenya on Tuesday (July 11) after Europe's top human rights court ruled she should be given a new chance to fight a requirement that female athletes with high natural testosterone take drugs to lower it.
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