A cycling spectator who caused a mass pileup has told investigators she feels ashamed of her "stupidity." She is worried about the huge public interest in her case.
Tokyo residents react to the decision taken by the organisers of the Olympics to allow an audience of up to 10,000 at events.
No alcohol, no hugs, no cheers and no autographs: Tokyo Olympic organisers unveiled tough new rules for spectators at the pandemic Games on Wednesday, as they marked one month until the opening ceremony. Tokyo 2020 president Seiko Hashimoto says: "We are putting in a lot of effort to come up with a new way of celebrating." from press conference
Apologies from Wall Street don't happen often. Yet JPMorgan's backing of the now doomed Super League forced it into a rare mea culpa. It might prove an enduring lesson as the battle for football's soul continues.
Australian Open welcomes back spectators after a five-day lockdown was imposed to curb a Covid-19 outbreak from hotel quarantine in Melbourne.
Two Nigerians arrested by INTERPOL for €14.7 million COVID-19 scam, Pierre wins Italy Grand Prix and more
6 Sep 2020
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11 Sep 2019
An Iranian woman known as the "Blue Girl" set herself on fire after being handed a prison sentence for trying to enter a soccer stadium. Her death sparked outrage on social media, with some calling for a stadium boycott.