Tennis

Caroline Wozniacki may boycott Miami Open over 'threats and abuse'

Australian Open winner disappointed by reaction of Miami officialsWorld No 2’s complaints follow rowdy scenes at her defat to PuigCaroline Wozniacki, the world No 2, has warned she may boycott the Miami Open after what she considered was an inadequate r

Asia

South Korea considering peace treaty with North

Replacing current armistice would be contingent on Pyongyang abandoning its nuclear ambitions, Seoul saysSouth Korea may seek to replace its uneasy truce with North Korea with a formal peace treaty, according to officials in Seoul, as the country’s pres

Football

Thomas Tuchel in pole position to take over as PSG manager

• French champions set to offer post to 44-year-old • Tuchel expected to succeed Unai Emery at end of seasonThomas Tuchel is in pole position to become Paris Saint-Germain’s new manager next season after further meetings between his representatives

Horseracing

Canal Turn incident in Grand National to be studied by Aintree officials

• Officials will study three falls at the iconic fence in Saturday’s race• Slow pace caused unusual congestion, say jockeys involvedThe Canal Turn incident that took three runners out of the Grand National on Saturday will be considered by Aintree o

Football

Referees’ body condemns abuse of referee Michael Oliver and his family

• PGMOL statement after text messages sent to official’s wife• Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon repeats criticism of OliverProfessional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) has condemned the abuse directed at the referee Michael Oliver and his w

Australia

Australian union officials who ran fake Black Lives Matter Facebook page fired

National Union of Workers ‘deeply distressed and appalled’ about sham site, which had twice as many followers as official pageAn Australian union has sacked two employees linked to a fake Black Lives Matter Facebook page.On Wednesday the National Unio

Australia

Baseless rumours: why talk of a Chinese military installation in Vanuatu misses the point

For more than a decade, this tiny island nation has leveraged regional rivalries to drive infrastructure developmentReports this week that Vanuatu was to be the site of a Chinese military base caught most ni-Vanuatu by surprise. Officials with detailed kn

Business

21st Century Fox's London office raided in market abuse inquiry

Other sports broadcasters in EU countries were also raided by European commission officials The offices of Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox have been raided by officials from the European commission investigating a potential abuse of its dominant posit

Cycling

Commonwealth Games: ‘Tiny island nation of England is not doing so good’

Largest ever team to leave these shores is trailing Australia by a distance and the administrative backup has missed a trick tooTeam England ticked very few boxes at the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday, from the support officials who incomprehensibly botche

United States

Russian officials warn of possible military clash with US over Syria

Deputy minister says threat of US strike ‘extremely dangerous’ but direct clash unlikelyRussian officials and analysts have warned of the dangers of a military clash with the United States if Donald Trump orders a military strike in Syria in response

United States

Trump administration hits 24 Russians with sanctions over 'malign activity'

Government officials and oligarchs are among those sanctioned, in US retaliation for alleged election meddling and other actionsThe Trump administration announced new sanctions on seven Russian oligarchs and 17 top government officials on Friday, in a mov

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