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The Open: Jordan Spieth has Grand Slam in his sights

The Open: Jordan Spieth has Grand Slam in his sights

The Texan collected his first two majors months after breaking a 16-month title drought at the Australian Open and is now drinking from the Claret Jug after hoisting the Stonehaven Cup for a second time last November. "I felt like I had a chance (yesterday) to get in a few shots better than I did and I didn't". It's hard to win them. R&A chief executive Martin Slumbers added: "One of the main reasons why The Open is so highly regarded as a world class sporting event is the hundreds of ...


Rival Libyan leaders in France to seek way out of chaos

Rival Libyan leaders in France to seek way out of chaos

There is military legitimacy - that of commander Haftar. Macron met separately with each ahead of an encounter between the two Libyans in the presence of U.N.'s newly appointed special envoy for Libya , Ghassan Salame. "We are directly affected". Macron's bid to work toward laying the groundwork for a state with a functioning government and institutions is a priority of his presidency.


Hugo Lloris frustrated by Tottenham Hotspur in Europe

Hugo Lloris frustrated by Tottenham Hotspur in Europe

Turkish side Trabzonspor want him on loan with Spurs knowing they may have to take a serious financial hit to get rid for good. Roma lost one of their best players from last season as Mohamed Salah signed for Liverpool, but the Giallorossi have managed to keep hold of defender Kostas Manolas and the Greece worldwide played for 45 minutes in the defeat to PSG.


Venezuela: opposition mobilises against the election of the Constituent assembly

Venezuela: opposition mobilises against the election of the Constituent assembly

The opposition, which staged an unofficial referendum in which a third of the electorate rejected Maduro's plan, is fighting that effort, and has called a boycott of the vote. He accused his foes of plotting a coup similar to the brief 2002 toppling of his predecessor Hugo Chavez, and said his government was ready for "any scenario" that may arise.


Woman 'Slapped' Back Of Police Car Before Justine Damond Was Killed

Woman 'Slapped' Back Of Police Car Before Justine Damond Was Killed

A woman slapped the back of a Minneapolis police auto moments before Australian woman Justine Damond was shot to death by an officer, according to court documents. The death of Damond , a bride to be who grew up in Australia, has attracted global attention and led to the resignation of Police Chief Janeé Harteau.


Jordan shooting : Two killed, one wounded at Israeli embassy

Jordan shooting : Two killed, one wounded at Israeli embassy

The Israeli foreign ministry censors information. The fortress-like embassy in the affluent Rabae district of the capital Amman is protected by Jordanian gendarme. Israel's two-day closure of Al Aqsa Mosque enraged Palestinians and drew criticism from around the world. "This is where it stands now, and we don't know what will happen".