LYON, France French far-right leader Marine Le Pen kicked off her presidential campaign on Saturday with a promise to shield voters from globalization and make their country “free”, hoping to profit from political turmoil to score a Donald Trump-style upset.
WASHINGTON President Donald Trump told Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko the United States will work to restore peace along the border with Russia. “We will work with Ukraine, Russia, and all other parties involved to help them restore peace along the border,” Trump said in a White House statement on Saturday.
Martin Laird stayed firmly in contention to claim his first PGA Tour title in almost four years as Byeong Hun An ended the third day of the Waste Management Phoenix Open with a slender lead.
Hideki Matsuyama came within a few inches of becoming only the 10th player to make a hole-in-one with a superb tee shot to the 16th on day three of the Phoenix Open.
DUBAI A Revolutionary Guards commander said Iran would use its missiles if its security is under threat, as the elite force defied new U.S. sanctions on its missile programme by holding a military exercise on Saturday.
Great Britain lead Canada 2-1 in their Davis Cup World Group tie after Dominic Inglot and Jamie Murray claimed a hard-fought win in Saturday’s crucial doubles rubber.
Sergio Garcia maintained his three-shot cushion at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic after finishing his third round in near-darkness on Saturday.
Novak Djokovic battled through the pain barrier, and survived an early scare, as Serbia opened up a 2-0 lead on the first day of their Davis Cup World Group tie against Russia.
Great Britain will go into Saturday’s Davis Cup doubles clash with Canada all-square, after Dan Evans and Kyle Edmund experienced contrasting fortunes on the opening day of their World Group tie in Ottawa.
Dan Evans played the role of British No 1 with aplomb to beat 17-year-old Denis Shapovalov for his first ever victory in a live rubber in the Davis Cup World Group.