Fans flock to Melbourne Park for the first day of the Australian Open as the world number one Andy Murray sets out to end a record run of the final defeats and his great rival Novak Djokovic seeks to become the tournament's greatest champion of all-time.
Kyle Edmund overtakes the injured Andy Murray to become the British number one for the first time as he rises to 24th in the world. BBC News - UKAlso reported by •Independent •BBC Sport •BBC Local News
(Reuters) - Kyle Edmund is proud to have become Britain's top ranked tennis player but the 23-year-old says he would have preferred to have beaten Andy Murray... Reuters - SportsAlso reported by •BBC Sport
Here’s how the Paralympics became one of the biggest sporting events on earth. Sports programs for disabled athletes have existed since the 1800s. But the idea of a single, organized international.. Source: NowThis News -
The Inspire Middle East team delves into the world of film and virtual reality at the Abu Dhabi Ideas Weekend, to discover the impact of the latest scientific innovations on the creative industries... Source: Euronews English -
On today’s episode of ‘Yellow Spandex,’ Kya Quinn finally gets to gush about her favorite comic character of all time: Harley Quinn.
After the success of Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn has become.. Source: NowThis -
Market research suggests the global business plane market could be worth more than 33 Billion dollars by 2020 and customers pacing orders here on the ground at the Expo are paying skywards of 4.5.. Source: Euronews English -
In this episode of Insiders, reporter Valérie Gauriat traveled to Iceland to see why the Scandinavian island tops the World Economic Forum’s ranking on gender equality. But how is the rest of Europe.. Source: Euronews English -
Iceland has topped the World Economic Forum’s report on gender parity for nine consecutive years. It’s a hard won battle in a country with a long legacy of women’s rights movements. Euronews.. Source: Euronews English -
Thorgerdur Einarsdóttir is a researcher and professor of gender studies at the University of Iceland in Reykjavik. In an interview with euronews reporter Valérie Gauriat, she elaborates on the.. Source: Euronews English -
Already one of the poorest countries in the world, conflict has been raging in the Central African Republic since 2013. To date, up to 6,000 people have been killed in executions and mutilations... Source: Euronews English -