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Seven people were injured and transferred to hospital during the fifth bull run of this year's San Fermin festival in Pamplona, three of them due to bull gorings
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Investigation launched into Russian karter's Nazi-style salute
Motor sport's governing body confirmed that it was probing Artem Severiukhin's "unacceptable conduct".
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The annual UK Wife Carrying Championship took place in Dorking, Surrey, on Sunday (10th April).
Michael Masi replaced as Formula 1 race director after controversy
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Biden ready to nominate 'long overdue' black woman to US Supreme Court
No black woman has ever served on the high court. But the decision is also coming at a critical time of national reckoning over race and gender inequality.
Swiss ski resort celebrates 100th anniversary of the slalom
The first-ever timed slalom ski race was organised in Mürren in January 1922.
Hundreds of would-be Santa Claus run down Athens to raise money
This year's Santa Run was the first since 2019 after the event was canceled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Watch as runners race down the world’s most notorious ski slope
The Descent is a 350 metre race down the world’s toughest ski slope in the beautiful Austrian Alps.
Derek Chauvin to be sentenced over George Floyd's murder
The former Minneapolis police officer faces up to 40 years in prison for his conviction of second-degree unintentional murder.
European Green Deal accused of ‘green colonialism’ in new report
Concerns are being raised about the European Green Deal’s failure to recognise communities of colour in Europe and the Global South.
George Floyd's death lifted veil on racism in Europe's policing | View
"George Floyd’s murder was a turning point in Europe’s history by lifting the veil on racism within policing."
Oxford University to keep statue of imperialist Cecil Rhodes
Oriel College said removing the statue of Cecil Rhodes, one of the architects of segregation in southern Africa, would be too costly.
President Joe Biden praying for 'right' verdict in Derek Chauvin trial
US President Joe Biden says he believes that the evidence in Derek Chauvin's trial is "overwhelming" and he is praying for the "right" outcome.
Protesters confront police near Minneapolis after black man shot
Protesters gathered outside a police station after the family of a 20-year-old Minnesota man said he was shot by police and later died.
Police body cam video shows George Floyd struggle, then takedown
George Floyd's struggle with three police officers trying to arrest him, seen on body-camera video, included Floyd's panicky cries of “I'm sorry, I'm sorry” and “I'm claustrophobic!” as the officers tried to push Floyd into the back of a police car.
Witnesses say they saw George Floyd 'slowly fade away'
A witness said he saw George Floyd struggle for air and "slowly fade away...like a fish in a bag" as police officer Derek Chauvin held his knee on the man's neck during his arrest.
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Jules Verne Trophy: Attempt at record round-the-world sailing underway
A crew of six has set sail from France in an attempt to win the Jules Verne Trophy for sailing around the world in the shortest time.