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Ronaldo happy with 'more attacking' Juventus
Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo gave coach Maurizio Sarri a vote of confidence on Monday when he said he was happy with the "more attacking" approach the club had adopted since Sarri came on board in the summer.
Manchester City not ready to win Champions League, Guardiola says
Manchester City will not win the Champions League this season unless it becomes more clinical in front of goal, manager Pep Guardiola said, after his team’s 2-0 Premier League away win at Crystal Palace over the weekend.
Nadal named in Spain squad for Davis Cup
World number two Rafael Nadal was named in the Spain squad for the Davis Cup finals in Madrid next month.
Chile’s protest death toll rises to 11 amid extended emergency
Chile's death toll from violent protests has risen to 11, authorities said on Monday, after three days of violent demonstrations and looting that saw President Sebastian Pinera extend a state of emergency, claiming the country was "at war."
Bangladesh police under fire for killing four protesters
Police in Bangladesh came in the crosshairs of thousands of protesters, a day after at least four people were killed when law enforcement agents fired on crowds angry with a Facebook post offensive to Muslims.
Francis Ford Coppola: Scorsese was being kind – Marvel movies are despicable
The director of ‘The Godfather’ and ‘Apocalypse Now’ joined Martin Scorsese in dismissing the dominant series of superhero films.
Hong Kong leader apologizes for police spraying of mosque
Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam offered an apology to the Muslim community in the Chinese city after police forces accidentally fired blue water cannon at a major mosque there amid clashes with anti-government protesters.
Morales narrowly wins first round in Bolivia election, faces runoff
Evo Morales, seeking a controversial fourth term, led Bolivia's presidential election race Sunday but faces a historic second round runoff against opposition rival Carlos Mesa, partial results showed.
Pentagon chief confirms plan to keep some troops in Syria to control oilfields
Pentagon chief Mark Esper confirmed that keeping some US troops in parts of northeastern Syria near oilfields is being discussed, but no decision has been made.
Iranian publications on display at Belgrade Book Fair
Iran is showcasing its publishing industry at the 64th Belgrade Book Fair which kicked off in Serbia on Sunday and will last till October 27.
Scientists extend lifespans of mice in a genius new telomere study
Scientists are experimenting with all kinds of ideas to extend lifespan and give us a few extra years of existence, and now a mouse study has produced some intriguing results: A longer life thanks to hyper-long telomeres.
Strange new virus could represent 'entirely new system of viral evolution'
Scientists in Japan discovered a new type of virus that could challenge the already complicated notions of how we categorize what viruses are, and what they can do.
Scientists 'may have crossed ethical line' in growing human brains
Neuroscientists may have crossed an ‘ethical rubicon’ by growing lumps of human brain in the lab, and in some cases transplanting the tissue into animals, researchers warn.
Ireland banks to take steps to support bereaved customers
The five main banks in Ireland are to set up dedicated phone lines to help bereaved customers, in an effort to improve the care of those who have lost loved ones.

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