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23 Mar 2020
Canada says it won't be sending its athletes to the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. The German chancellor is isolating after meeting an infected doctor. Follow DW for the latest.
3 Feb 2020
The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games get underway in the last week of July, and here are five robots that will shape what organisers predict would be the most exciting summer Olympics of all-time.⁣⁣⁣
24 Dec 2018
The 2020 Summer Olympics budget remains unchanged at $12.6 billion after increases in some areas were offset by reductions in others, with Games organisers acknowledging on Friday (December 21) that more work was needed to curb spending.
1 Aug 2017
Los Angeles has agreed to host the 2028 Summer Olympics, the city and the International Olympic Committee confirmed on Monday.

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