Russian football coach Aleksandr Grigoryan has been fired from second tier club Luch-Energiya, following the infamous incident in which a fan threw a live rooster at him. Grigoryan said fans were “flushing him down the toilet.”
A female mayor in western Japan, Tomoko Nakagawa, has announced plans to protest against the Japan Sumo Association (JSA) and question the legality of an old sumo tradition that prohibits women from entering the “sacred” ring.
Football coach Aleksandr Grigoryan has contacted Russia’s security service FSB over an incident where a fan of Luch-Energiya Vladivostok, the team he manages, tossed a live rooster at him during a game.
The goalkeeping great continues to explore local culture in 2018 FIFA World Cup host cities. This time it’s Samara, a city that is set to host four group-stage matches and two matches in the elimination rounds.
Australian rugby star Israel Folau will not be penalized by Rugby Australia for his anti-gay comments which caused a public uproar and homophobia discussions in the world of rugby as well as outside of it.
Goalkeeping great continues to explore local culture in 2018 FIFA World Cup host cities. This time it’s Samara, a city that is set to host four group-stage matches and two matches in the elimination rounds.
Stan sits down with Louise Brooke, who lost her brother Andrew in the Hillsborough disaster, and dedicated her life to investigating the tragedy. We travel to one of the centers of Scottish football – Celtic Park in Glasgow – and talk to...
Another violent day of protests in Gaza
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Syrian boy describes Douma ‘chemical attack’
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OPCW officials come under fire in Syria's Douma
Investigators with the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) were forced to retreat from Douma, Syria, on Wednesday, after their convoy was shot at. No injuries were...