Zouma brothers charged by RSPCA

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[ad_1] West Ham’s Kurt Zouma and brother Yoan have been charged by the RSPCA under the 2006 Animal Welfare Act for their roles in filming Kurt kicking a cat. After the video appeared, the RSPCA removed two cats from Kurt’s home and began liaising with Essex Police about the incident. …

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We need help to support refugees – Warsaw mayor

We need help to support refugees Warsaw mayor

[ad_1] Warsaw is welcoming Ukrainian refugees and providing accommodation, education and healthcare, but the city’s services are being stretched, the mayor of the Polish capital has said. Rafal Trzaskowski told BBC World News’s Kasia Madera that the European Union and United Nations needed to set up a system to help …

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Britain’s Cavendish wins Milano-Torino

Britain's Cavendish wins Milano-Torino

[ad_1] Mark Cavendish burst clear of the pack to win the 103rd Milano-Torino Mark Cavendish sprinted to victory to become the first Briton to win the Milano-Torino. Quick Step-Alpha Vinyl Team rider Cavendish rode to the front of the pack in the final hundred metres at the end of a …

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Energumene wins Champion Chase

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[ad_1] Dates: 15-18 March Venue: Cheltenham Racecourse Races: 13:30-17:30 GMT Main race: 15:30 Coverage: Commentaries on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra, feature races Radio 5 live. Racecards, live text, results & reports on the BBC Sport website and app. Energumene won a dramatic Queen Mother Champion Chase at Cheltenham …

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Novak Djokovic Is Expected to Compete at French Open

Novak Djokovic Is Expected to Compete at French Open

[ad_1] Novak Djokovic will be allowed to play at the French Open even if he is not vaccinated against COVID-19 as long as the coronavirus situation in France remains stable, organizers said Wednesday. Russian tennis players, including top-ranked Daniil Medvedev, will also be admitted to play in the tournament but …

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Pro golfers face equipment rule change

Pro golfers face equipment rule change

[ad_1] America’s Bryson DeChambeau recorded the longest PGA driving distance in 2021, averaging 323.7 yards Top professional golfers may be forced to use equipment that makes the game tougher to play while recreational amateurs would employ clubs and balls developed to make good shots easier to hit. As golf’s governing …

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England’s Ewels banned for three games

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[ad_1] England lock Charlie Ewels has been banned for three games after being sent off in the Six Nations defeat against Ireland on 12 March. Ewels was shown a red card after just 82 seconds following a clash of heads in an attempted tackle with James Ryan. It was the …

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Iran’s jailed dual nationals and their uncertain fate

Irans jailed dual nationals and their uncertain fate

[ad_1] Image source, Various The plight of British-Iranian woman Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who has been released after being held on spying charges in Iran for almost six years, focused attention on Iranians with dual nationality or foreign permanent residency who are held in the Islamic Republic’s prisons. Iran does not recognise …

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