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Novak Djokovic Loses Visa Appeal, Won't Defend Australian Open Title

5 monthes ago   |   By Forbes

The Novak Djokovic saga is finally over and the world's No. 1 player has lost. The three-time defending champion will not be allowed to bid for a record 21st major title and will be deported from Australia.
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Novak Djokovic Loses Deportation Appeal in Australia Hours Before Tournament

5 monthes ago   |   By Newsweek

Djokovic has been the No. 1 player in the world for 354 weeks. He's won 20 grand slam titles, with nine of them coming at the Australian Open.
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Carlos Santana fainted from dehydration during a performance in Michigan

Carlos Santana fainted from dehydration during a performance in Michigan

The legendary guitarist was performing at the Pine Knob Music Theatre in Clarkston, Michigan, 40 miles northwest of Detroit. Read more ...

New evacuations for communities near California forest fire

New evacuations for communities near California forest fire

A wildfire that triggered expanded evacuation orders may have been sparked by fireworks or a barbecue on the Fourth of July in a region that's a top tourism destination. Read more ...

Some Russians won't halt war protests, despite arrest fears

Some Russians won't halt war protests, despite arrest fears

Ever since Russia invaded Ukraine, Anastasia has started her day by composing an anti-war message and posting it on the wall at the entrance of her apartment block in the... Read more ...

EXPLAINER: Factors behind Sydney's recent flood emergecies

EXPLAINER: Factors behind Sydney's recent flood emergecies

CANBERRA, Australia - Parts of Australia's largest city have been inundated by four major floods since March last year, leaving weary victims questioning how many times they... Read more ...

Twitter to India court: Overturn gov't orders to remove content

The US company's attempt to get a judicial review of some Indian gov't orders is part of a growing confrontation. Read more ...

OPEC secretary general dies at 63 - official

OPEC secretary general dies at 63 - official

His death was announced by the head of the Nigerian state oil company Mohammed Barkindo, the secretary general of OPEC, the powerful cartel of oil-producing countries, has... Read more ...

Shanghai, Beijing order new round of mass COVID-19 testing

Shanghai, Beijing order new round of mass COVID-19 testing

BEIJING - Residents of parts of Shanghai and Beijing have been ordered to undergo further rounds of COVID-19 testing following the discovery of new cases in the two cities... Read more ...

Volvo's new EV helping lead the company to an all-electric future

Volvo expects to be a fully-electric car company by 2030. Read more ...

EDD fraud 2 years and counting: Criminals still stealing identities to cash...

EDD fraud 2 years and counting: Criminals still stealing identities to cash in on benefits

More than two years into the pandemic, unemployment fraud continues in California, with criminals stealing identities to cash in on benefits. Read more ...

Sacramento Fire Department reports several structure fires on Fourth of...

Sacramento Fire Department reports several structure fires on Fourth of July, $35,000 in fines

"So much illegal firework activity. It's disheartening to see and we just hope that in the future people will choose more safe ways to celebrate," Cpt. Keith Wade said. Read more ...