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Wales

Jade Jones: Double Olympic champion targets £52,000 Grand Slam prize

Double Olympic champion Jade Jones is hoping to cash in by winning the inaugural World Taekwondo Grand Slam Series in China.

Tennis

Australian Open 2018: Kyle Edmund on the extremes he reached against Nikoloz Basilashvili in Melbourne heat

British No 2 reaches the last 16 of the Australian Open but would not have been surprised if his victory over Basilashvili had been halted due to the 43C temperatures

World

Putin takes dip in icy Russian lake on Epiphany

Russian President Vladimir Putin has taken a dip in icy lake waters to celebrate Epiphany, a major holiday in Orthodox Christianity marking the baptism of Jesus.

World

Russian President Vladimir Putin takes subzero dip in icy lake to mark Orthodox Epiphany

Russian President Vladimir Putin immersed himself in the freezing waters of an icy lake late on Thursday, while observing an Orthodox Christian ritual to mark the feast of the Epiphany.

World

How Spotify became the hottest thing in Australian politics this week

People are threatening to uninstall Spotify from their smartphones in a debate over free speech, copyright, artistic freedom, and much more.

Sport

Dimitrov tames Rublev to reach last 16

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Third seed Grigor Dimitrov survived a tricky test in fierce heat against feisty young Russian Andrey Rublev to reach the fourth round of the Australian Open on Friday.

World

Australian prostitute convicted for infecting man with HIV

An Australian jury on Friday convicted a transgender prostitute of causing grievous bodily harm by knowingly infecting a client with HIV.

World

Russia's Putin takes dip in icy lake to mark Orthodox Epiphany

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin stripped off to his bathing trunks and immersed himself in the freezing waters of a lake late on Thursday, observing an Orthodox Christian ritual to mark the feast of Epiphany.

Sport

Australian Open players fry as Melbourne heatwave continues

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The Australian Open's extreme heat policy came under increasing scrutiny on Friday as players struggled through a second consecutive day of 40 degree Celsius (104 F) heat at Melbourne Park.

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