Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte hailed his signature drug war policy Monday, but lamented there was a "long way" to go in the controversial crackdown that has killed thousands of people. Duterte defended the crackdown, saying it had "led to the surrender of millions of drug dependents and neutralisation, capture and prosecution of thousands of drug personalities".
While it was "great" that Sebastian Vettel helped clean up at Silverstone, Ralf Schumacher would rather he'd "picked up points".
Bridget McNulty, the author of 'The Grief Handbook: A guide through the worst days of your life,' says when dealing with grief it is important to seek healing when feeling overwhelmed by emotions.
You wouldn't know he had a frustrating season.
Yamaha rookie Andrea Locatelli says he never expected to score his first World Superbike podium finish at Assen after leading the first half of the weekend's final race ahead of Jonathan Rea.
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Wins over Ireland and Kenya pushed South Africa to the top of Pool C at the rugby sevens tournament at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics on Monday.
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Manchester United should have signed Raphael Varane and Kieran Trippier by now.
Race favourite Mathieu van der Poel was fortunate to walk away from a frightening crash in the men's mountain bike race at the Tokyo Olympics.
Valtteri Bottas acknowledges he is going to need a "different kind of mindset" if he leaves Mercedes for a team further down the grid.