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Roger Federer to make comeback on June 14 in Stuttgart Open

first_imgSwitzerland’s Roger Federer will return to action at the Mercedes Cup in Stuttgart on June 14, ending his 10-week break from the sport, the tournament’s director said.Federer returned from a six-month injury break to win the Australian Open in January, but skipped the entire claycourt season, including the French Open, to focus on preparing for Wimbledon.Federer will play in the Stuttgart and Halle grasscourt events before traveling to London to begin pursuit of a record eighth Wimbledon title, Stuttgart tournament director Edwin Weindorfer said.last_img read more

3 days ago​Liverpool, Chelsea set to compete in revamped Club World Cup

first_img​Liverpool, Chelsea set to compete in revamped Club World Cupby Freddie Taylor3 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool and Chelsea will be involved in a revamped FIFA Club World Cup.The competition is heading to China starting in 2021 and will take the place of the Confederations Cup, per the New York Times.It also means the previous Club World Cup will not take place after the 2020 edition.There will be 24 teams participating in the tournament, with eight of them coming from Europe.Those places go to the teams that win the Champions League and Europa League over a four year period.It means that Liverpool and City would be among the competitors in the 2021 edition of the FIFA Club World Cup.Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid would also be involved for Europe. About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

4 people in Vancouvers Downtown Eastside recovering after knife attack

first_imgLaurie Hamelin APTN NewsFour people in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside are recovering after being attacked by a man went on a slashing attack.The Eastside has a bad reputation for crime and drug use.One of the victims says in spite of the attack, he wants people to know he feels safe in his community.And he hopes his attacker gets the help he [email protected]@laurie_hamelinlast_img

Morocco condemns recent “terrorist attacks” in Egypt

first_imgRabat – Morocco condemned the recent terror blasts in Egypt as “horrendous terrorist acts” that are contrary to religious and human values and to the principles of peaceful co-existence.Morocco “is deeply concerned by the series of terrorist attacks” that occurred these last two days in Egypt against security and cultural administrations and some districts of Cairo, killing several people and injuring others, says a release of the Moroccan ministry of foreign affairs and cooperation.Morocco, which offers its heartfelt condolences and expresses sympathy and solidarity with those wounded, reiterates its support to Egypt to face the plague of terrorism and all types of threats against its stability and security, the release says. “Morocco condemns these horrendous terrorist acts that are “contrary to religious and human values and to the principles of peaceful co-existence” and attempt to jeopardize the ongoing democratic transition in Egypt.last_img read more