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Daniil Kvyat’s future in doubt after Russian GP setback

Daniil Kvyat’s future with Red Bull was cast into doubt on Monday when the team said they would summon him for talks on his role in the multiple-collision that wrecked their ambitions in Sunday’s Russ

Disgraced Park Tae-Hwan begs for Rio redemption


South Korean swimmer Park Tae-Hwan served an 18-month dope ban, is on his hands and knees as he begs the Korean Olympic Committee to allow him to compete at the Rio Olympic Games. (Photo: AFP)

Angelique Kerber crashes, Agnieszka Radwanska soars

Top seeds Agnieszka Radwanska and Australian Open champion Angelique Kerber crashed out of the Madrid Open in the first round in major setbacks ahead of Roland Garros.

US-EU trade papers leak raises climate fears

Greenpeace charged on Monday that a massive US-EU trade deal would place corporate interests above the environment and consumer safety, as it released classified documents from the negotiations.

French journalist infiltrates jihadist cell for 6 months

A French journalist infiltrated a cell of would-be jihadists, filming them with a hidden camera as they plotted an attack in the name of ISIS, before they were arrested, he said.

Over 1,000 evacuated from Paris camp


French paramilitary personnel hold a man during the evacuation of a makeshift migrant camp under the Stalingrad Metro station in Paris. (Photo: AFP)

Boiling water cause of Martian streaks?

The results of Earth-bound lab experiments appear to back up the theory that dark lines on Martian slopes are created by water — though in an otherworldly manner, scientists said Monday.

3 new Earth-like planets found 39 light years away


An international team of scientists said on Monday they had discovered a trio of Earth-like planets that are the best bet so far for finding life outside our Solar System.

After 5 years, CIA ‘live-tweets’ Bin Laden raid

Osama bin Laden

The CIA has marked the anniversary of the killing of Osama bin Laden by live-tweeting — with a five-year delay — the raid by US special forces on the Al Qaeda founder’s compound in Pakistan.

Bangkok hotel orgy to title glory: Sex tape that changed the Foxes' fortunes

 The sex tape also featured James Pearson, son of then manager Nigel Pearson of Leicester City. (Photo: Screengrab)

The video featured three young players engaging in explicit acts with a group of Thai women in a Bangkok hotel.

Nothing illustrates the cost of wantonly discarding democracy and handing over the government to unelected officials than the case of Uttarakhand.

An aspect of the ongoing AgustaWestland scandal that has drawn the loudest blood-lust at the gladiators’ circus called Twitter is the Rs 50 crore that middlemen are reported to have earmarked for “man