FRANKFURT Thirteen people were injured, four of them seriously, in an explosion at a German factory operated by ball-bearings maker Schaeffler (SHA_p.DE) on Monday, German police said on Twitter. A spokeswoman for Schaeffler said the explosion in the town of Eltmann occurred at around 10.15 am local time (0815 GMT), adding it posed no danger to the public as no hazardous or toxic substances were released.
Andy Murray is hoping to welcome in his first week as a 30-year-old by defending his Rome Masters title.
BEIRUT Dawn air strikes on a Syrian border town in the Islamic State-held eastern province of Deir al-Zor killed 23 people, most of them civilians, a war monitoring group said on Monday.
The final round of The Players Championship again produced a number of outstanding moments as Si Woo Kim clinched a record-breaking three-shot win.
DÜSSELDORF, Germany — Germany’s most populous state votes Sunday in an unexpectedly tight election that is widely seen as a dress rehearsal for the national elections in September, when Chancellor
Paul McGinley reflects on an impressive victory for Si Woo Kim at the Players Championship and looks at what the future may hold for Asian golf.
SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea launched an intermediate-range ballistic missile on Sunday, the first test since a new president took office in
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Governments, companies and security experts from China to Britain raced on Saturday to contain the fallout from an audacious global cyberattack amid fears that if they did not succeed, companies would lose their data unless they met ransom demands.