BRUSSELS Since Prime Minister Theresa May set out her Brexit goals last week, interest in Britain has focused on the future trade deals she may one day strike with the United States and other powers, as well as with the European Union.
Tiger Woods says the reason for having a punishing schedule, on his return to top level golf, is so he can analyse his physical and mental fitness.
Serena Williams will meet sister Venus in the Australian Open final on Saturday after both blasted their way into the Melbourne showpiece.
Andrew Johnston is intent on playing a more balanced schedule this year after admitting his 2016 commitments were a “juggling act”.
Tiger Woods has announced that he will be using TaylorMade clubs after “several months” of testing.
We look ahead to the blockbuster Australian Open semi-final between Swiss foes Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka by taking a trip down memory lane and picking out some of their best encounters.
ANKARA At least 38 firefighters were injured when a blazing high-rise commercial building in downtown Tehran collapsed, state television reported on Thursday. One witness described the 17-storey tower’s collapse as like a “scene from a horror movie.
PENNE, Italy A huge avalanche ploughed into a luxury mountain hotel in central Italy after a series of strong earthquakes rattled the area, and up to 30 people might be buried under the snow, officials said on Thursday.
JERUSALEM Benjamin Netanyahu has spent 30 years in public office, including 11 years as Israel’s prime minister, but this year his political future is being called into question as seldom before.
MOSCOW The Kremlin on Thursday disputed a statement by outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama on nuclear arms cuts, saying Russia had always been ready to consider making proportional cuts to its arsenal.