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Europe · Berlin
Harry Kane penalty rescues Nations League point for England in Germany
England salvaged a draw against Germany at Munich's Allianz Arena in the Nations League clash. Jonas Hofmann's shot which Jordan Pickford could not keep out. England skipper then sent Manuel Neuer the wrong way from the spot to bring him within three goals of Wayne Rooney's national record.See the Story
41% Center coverage: 29 sources
US & Canada · Johannesburg
Semenya offered to show her body to officials to prove she was female
Caster Semenya says she offered to show her vagina to athletics officials when she was 18 to prove she was female. The South African middle-distance runner has a condition known as hyperandrogenism, characterised by higher than usual levels of testosterone. She burst onto the scene in 2009 when she won the women's 800m world title.See the Story
47% Left coverage: 15 sources
Jürgen Klopp · Fulham
Fulham vs. Liverpool score: Darwin Nunez goal and assist rescues point for disappointing Reds in opener
Aleksandar Mitrovic scored twice as Fulham drew 2-2 with Liverpool. Goals from Darwin Nunez and Mohamed Salah were enough to earn a point for the home side. Liverpool have already played Strasbourg, Ibrahima Konat, and Diogo Jota.See the Story
Coverage: 5 sources
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Seventh-seeded Daria Kasatkina of Russia wins in San Jose
Daria Kasatkina beats Shelby Rogers 6-7 (2), 6-1, 6-2 at Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic. Russian star wins her first title this year and fifth overall. She became first player to make consecutive finals in the event since Serena Williams in 2011-12.See the Story
45% Center coverage: 9 sources
Neymar · South Korea
Neymar scores 2 as Brazil routs South Korea 5-1
Neymar scores two penalties as Brazil thrash South Korea 5-1 in international friendly. English Premier League stars Richarlison, Coutinho and Gabriel Jesus also on scoresheet. Five-time world champion Brazil will take on Serbia, Switzerland and Cameroon at the World Cup. South Korea will make a 10th successive World Cup appearance later this year.See the Story
34% Center coverage: 3 sources
Oceania · Canberra
Kangaroos assist police in car-chase arrests
A man and woman have been arrested after a police chase in Canberra's north. A mob of kangaroos has obstructed the path of the drivers of a stolen vehicle. Police witnessed the pair driving the BMW they believed to have been stolen "recklessly and at high speeds" They evaded police last Sunday after the woman assaulted a police officer and the duo fled in the BMW.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
ANU astronomers discover record-breaking black hole
The black hole consumes the equivalent of one Earth every second and shines 7000 times brighter than all the light from our own Galaxy. It has the mass of three billion suns and is 500 times bigger than the black hole in our Galaxy. The black hole has a visual magnitude of 14.5 which means anyone with a decent telescope in a very dark backyard can see it comfortably.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
The Informer: Dutton key to bring Liberals back to 'sensible centre'?
Meanwhile one Sydney Harbour island is going through a makeover before being returned to traditional owners.See the Story
The brutality of elections as the new PM takes over - and takes off
The brutal beauty of an election is on show in Australia today.See the Story
Oceania · Biloela
Informer: Morrison bulldozed in the wrong direction, happy news for Biloela family
Confessing to a bad habit of "bulldozing" at the eleventh hour, and promising to change his ways, was...See the Story
Lewy can play after Barca's sell-off works
Barcelona have satisfied the Spanish league's financial rules and will be able to play most of their new signings. The Spanish league limits the amount clubs can spend on players' salaries and transfers based on the clubs' financial health. Despite efforts to reduce costs and pay down debt, Barcelona still has EUR1 billion ($A1.4 billion) euros in debt.See the Story