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Boys rescued from cave, once stateless, get Thai citizenship

Aug 9, 2018

Three young soccer players and their coach, who were rescued with other teammates after almost three weeks in a flooded cave, have been granted Thai citizenship

Gretzky named global ambassador for Beijing Kunlun Red Star

Aug 8, 2018

Wayne Gretzky has been named a global ambassador for Beijing's Kunlun Red Star as the Chinese capital seeks to boost the profile of hockey domestically ahead of hosting the Winter Olympics in 2022

Momota, Marin capture world badminton titles

Aug 5, 2018

Japan's Kento Momota, Spain's Carolina Marin win world badminton singles titles

Shanghai Shenhua accuses Changchun Yatai player of racism

Aug 5, 2018

Chinese Superleague team Shanghai Shenhua has accused an opposing player of racially abusing its Senegalese star forward Demba Ba during a match Saturday

PSG thrash Monaco 4-0 for French Super Cup

Aug 4, 2018

Paris Saint-Germain won the curtain-raiser to the French season by ominously crushing Monaco 4-0 for the French Super Cup in Shenzhen

Badminton worlds: Shi faces Momota, Marin v Sindhu in finals

Aug 4, 2018

Shi Yuqi of China beat two-time champion and compatriot Chen Long 21-11, 21-17 to reach the final of the badminton world championships on Saturday

Thailand's rescued cave boys end stay at Buddhist temple

Aug 4, 2018

The members of the boys' soccer team rescued from a cave in northern Thailand have completed their time as novice Buddhist monks

No 1s Tai and Axelsen lose in world badminton quarterfinals

Aug 3, 2018

No. 1s Tai Tzu Ying and Viktor Axelsen have been knocked out in the quarterfinals of the badminton world championships in Nanjing

Butcher quits Philippines before first game

Aug 3, 2018

Former England soccer captain Terry Butcher has stepped down as head coach of the Philippines national team after less than a month in charge

Lin falls to Shi in badminton 3rd rd; Axelsen, Tai advance

Aug 2, 2018

Five-time champion Lin Dan fell to Chinese compatriot Shi Yuqi again while No. 1s Viktor Axelsen and Tai Tzu Ying moved into the quarterfinals at the world badminton championships in Nanjing

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