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American teenager Coco Gauff, the youngest woman left in the singles draw, moved into the third round of the French Open after beating Alison van Uytvanck.The 18-year-old Gauff is trying to improve on her quarter-final run at Roland Garros last year - her best result at a major.
US stock indexes have shaken off early weakness to trade higher as growth stocks rallied, with investors awaiting minutes from the Federal Reserve's May meeting for clues on the path of its policy tightening.The central bank had at its May 3-4 meeting increased interest rates by half a percentage point, the biggest jump in 22 years.
Jason Kubler's French Open adventure is over, strangled along with the rest of the Australian men's singles challenge at Roland Garros.Queensland's last man standing, who'd enjoyed a hair-raising ride through Paris qualifying, found Britain's new big hope Cameron Norrie a barrier too far as he was squeezed out 6-3 6-4 6-3 in Wednesday's second-round clash.
Barcelona survived a mighty scare as they were forced to come from behind to claim a 3-2 friendly victory against the A-League All Stars.In front of 70,174 fans - mostly of a Barcelona persuasion - the Dwight Yorke-coached All Stars claimed an unlikely 2-1 lead in the second half before being pegged back twice in the final 20 minutes on Wednesday.
Liverpool coach Juergen Klopp will not be thinking about his side's 2018 final defeat to Real Madrid when he comes up against the record 13-times winners again in Saturday's Champions League showpiece.Liverpool lost 3-1 to Madrid in Kiev in 2018 with German goalkeeper Loris Karius suffering a nightmare game.
Chelsea super striker Sam Kerr has won the Women's Super League Player of the Year award to cap off a memorable season.The Matildas captain was the firm favourite to take out the gong after being named the UK Football Writers' top player last month.
A joint session of Philippines Congress has declared Ferdinand Marcos Jr, the son and namesake of the notorious late dictator, the winner of this month's election and confirmed he will become the country's next president.The proclamation on Wednesday formalises the once unimaginable return to power of the country's most famous political dynasty, after a 1986 "people power" revolt drove the Marcoses from the presidential palace and into exile in Hawaii.
Chinese officials have pre-written joint communiques to be issued after upcoming planned meetings with Pacific island nations, pledging stronger security arrangements and cooperation to exploit marine resources.The pre-determined outcome of the meetings scheduled for Monday adds an assertive new layer to China's expansion into the Pacific that includes a new security pact with Solomon Islands, a move that has triggered concern in Australia and its major allies including the United States.
A "humbled" Boris Johnson says he takes full responsibility after a damning official report detailed a series of illegal alcohol-fuelled parties at the British prime minister's Downing Street office during COVID-19 lockdowns.Johnson has faced repeated calls to resign from opposition politicians and some in his own party after it was revealed both he and officials had broken the rules that meant people could not socialise outside their households or even, in many cases, attend funerals for loved
Seventy six people were missing after a crowded boat of migrants sank off the coast of Tunisia, the International Organisation for Migration says, as the numbers risking the dangerous crossing to Europe increase.The IOM on Wednesday said 24 people had been rescued from the boat, which had departed from the beaches of Zawara in Libya and sank off the coast of Sfax.
Pope Francis says he is "heartbroken" by the shooting at a school in Texas that killed at least 19 children and two teachers, calling for greater controls on weapons.The crowd in St Peter's Square for his weekly general audience on Wednesday applauded his appeal, made a day after worst school shooting in the United States in nearly a decade.
China's COVID-hit capital Beijing has further tightened its dragnet on the virus with zero community transmission the target, punishing workplaces that flout rules or circumvent curbs and imploring residents to police their own movements.Since late April, the city of 22 million people has wrestled with dozens of new cases a day.
Queensland don't know whether to pack for two days or 10 but are ready for anything at the pointy end of the Super Rugby Pacific season.Sitting seventh on the ladder heading into the final round, the Reds fly to Christchurch to take on the second-placed Crusaders.
A woman who was brutally beaten after watching a man murder her partner inside their home has described how the killer requested a handshake to get him to open the door.Biannca Edmunds, 34, has been accused of directing her husband to kill her former partner Michael Caposiena due to a dispute over their child.
The father of a 17-year-old fatally stabbed in 2019 says the long wait for a verdict will be "even worse" than enduring an eight-day trial of three teens accused of being in a fight that led to his son's death.Justice Soraya Ryan has retired to consider a verdict in the judge-only Brisbane Supreme Court trial but warned on Wednesday that it would take at least a month.
Bangladesh left-arm spinner Shakib Al Hasan took 2-38, including the key wicket of Dimuth Karunaratne, to restrict Sri Lanka to 4-210 at lunch on day three of the second cricket Test.Captain Karunaratne was bowled on 80 when Shakib spun a delivery sharply past the bat as Sri Lanka slipped to 4-164.
The lower house of Tasmania's parliament is set to grow by 10 members, following concerns about politician burnout and a shallow ministerial talent pool.Liberal Premier Jeremy Rockliff on Wednesday announced he would table legislation this year to return the 25-seat House of Assembly to 35 members for the next state poll due in 2025.