Democratic rivals aim to slow Sanders' momentum after his big win in Nevada
A representative for the state party said the campaigns understood how the reporting process would work before Saturday.
Global spread of coronavirus raises pandemic fears
Shares and oil prices tumbled while gold soared to a seven-year high. The Korean won fell 0.8% to its lowest since August.
Jesus seals win for Manchester City at Leicester
It looked like being a frustrating day for second-placed City when Kasper Schmeichel saved Sergio Aguero’s spot-kick just past the hour but Jesus spared his blushes late on.
South Korea raises alert to highest level as coronavirus cases jump
The escalation in the alert level allows the government to send extra resources to Daegu city and Cheongdo county, which were designated “special care zones” on Friday.
Sanders' big Nevada win narrows rivals' path to Democratic nomination
The self-described democratic socialist’s triumph on Saturday left all of his rivals contending they were best positioned to curb his momentum
Second coronavirus patient dies in Italy
The victim was a female resident in Milan’s Lombardy region, ANSA said. Her reported death comes hours after a 78-year-old man died overnight near Padua, in the nearby Veneto region.
Kevin Anderson has second knee operation in five months
Anderson, who missed the second half of the 2019 season to recover from a knee injury which required surgery in September, said he had the procedure in Miami on Wednesday.
India stun champions Australia in explosive start to T20 World Cup
Australia restricted India to 132 for four and looked on course to run down their victory target when a half-century from Alyssa Healy got them nearly halfway there.
WikiLeaks' Assange may seek asylum in France – lawyer
Dupond-Moretti told Europe 1 radio that Assange’s legal team would be in contact with French President Emmanuel Macron to make the case for Assange to get asylum in France.
'Traumatised' Africans stranded by coronavirus plead to be brought home
Countries across the world have flown their nationals home from China’s quarantined Hubei province, the center of the outbreak of the virus that since January has infected more than 74,000 people and killed over 2,100.
Togo's president seeks re-election to extend 50-year dynasty
The opposition is weakened by division and Faure Gnassingbe is seen by political analysts as a shoo-in to win, despite widespread demonstrations against his rule in 2005 and 2017 in which hundreds died during clashes with police.
Warner calls for respect from SA fans
David Warner was painted as the villain of the piece during the 'Sandpapergate' scandal in March 2018, in which he was accused of trying to alter the condition of the ball during a test match along with his captain Steve Smith and Cameron Bancroft.
Prince Harry to meet Jon Bon Jovi and veterans' choir at Abbey Road studios
Prince Harry will visit the studios at Abbey Road in north London, where the Beatles recorded 11 of their 13 albums, to meet the Bon Jovi frontman and the Invictus Games Choir, who are recording a single for charity.
Coronavirus to be big topic for G20 as China reports uptick in cases
The epidemic is set to be a major focus of discussion at a meeting on the weekend of finance leaders from the Group of 20 major economies, Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said, amid rising risks to global growth.
Jurors in Weinstein trial focus on 'Sopranos' actress Sciorra
Annabella Sciorra, best known for her role in HBO’s 'The Sopranos,' testified that Weinstein came to her New York apartment one winter night in 1993 or 1994, raped her and then forced oral sex on her.
Vietnam police charge seven over Britain truck deaths
Seven defendants, including a Vietnamese woman living in China, were charged with creating immigration profiles for 67 people from different areas in Vietnam for illegal work in Britain and Europe, Ha Tinh province regional police said in a statement.
Emerging stocks wobble as coronavirus risks grow, FX hit by strong dollar
South Africa’s currency has also taken a hit from growing pessimism around the country’s economy, while local investors remained on edge ahead of a looming ratings decision by Moody’s.
Can a video game save a life? African refugee puts players in race for survival
While the game is free to play, when participants need to buy food, water or medicine for their virtual characters, they can make in-app purchases that will go to real-life refugees, he said.