Celtic defender Carl Starfelt has given the under-fire Hoops a boost by insisting he is ready for this weekend's opening match of the new Scottish Premier League season after a spell in quarantine.
Trevor Milton, the founder and former chief executive of Nikola Corp, has been criminally charged with defrauding investors by lying to them about the electric- and hydrogen-powered truck maker.In an indictment, prosecutors in New York charged Milton with two counts of securities fraud and one count of wire fraud over his statements from November 2019 to September 2020 about Nikola's products and technology.
US aid chief Samantha Power will visit Ethiopia next week to press for humanitarian access into conflict-battered Tigray as fears of famine grow, it was announced Thursday.
Spinner Wanindu Hasaranga celebrated his 24th birthday in style by leading Sri Lanka's inspired bowling as India finished on a paltry 81 for eight in the deciding Twenty20 international on Thursday.
Three more people have been found dead after an explosion at an industrial park in western Germany, bringing the death toll from the blast to five, police and prosecutors say.They said they would not provide further details until the dead had been identified.
British and Irish Lions captain Alun Wyn Jones reacted on Thursday to criticism from South Africa director of rugby Rassie Erasmus of the first Test refereeing by saying "match officials have the hardest job in rugby".
The Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN) on Thursday admitted "lapses" on its part over the disqualification of 10 athletes from Tokyo Olympics for not complying with out-of-competition drug testing requirements.
The US economy returned to its pre-pandemic level in the second quarter, data released Thursday showed, giving President Joe Biden a political win as Congress moves closer to passing a long-debated plan to improve the country's infrastructure.
Lewis Hamilton said on Thursday he would be ready to repeat his attempt to pass Max Verstappen which caused the championship leader to crash out of the British Grand Prix earlier this month.
American teenager Sunisa Lee won the women's gymnastics all-around Olympic gold on Thursday then immediately video called her parents, saying "I told them 'I did it!' and then we all started crying."
Palestinian protesters and Israeli troops have clashed following the funeral of a child believed killed by army fire the previous day in the occupied West Bank.A Palestinian was critically injured in the violence on Thursday.
Wine growers in the Champagne region, home to the world's most exclusive bubbly, on Thursday scrapped a century-old rule governing the distance between vines, sparking fierce resistance from traditionalists.
A renowned New York City sommelier has been charged with setting fire to outdoor dining sheds of rival restaurants, authorities said.
South Africa director of rugby Rassie Erasmus has released a 62-minute video strongly criticising the refereeing in last Saturday's first Test against the British and Irish Lions.
US officials on Thursday charged Nikola founder and former executive chairman Trevor Milton with "brazenly" defrauding investors through a litany of false claims about the company's electric vehicles.
American teenager Sunisa Lee won the women's gymnastics all-around Olympic gold on Thursday, succeeding defending champion Simone Biles who withdrew over concerns for her mental health.
Novak Djokovic maintained his Golden Slam bid by thumping Japanese hope Kei Nishikori to reach the men's Olympic tennis semi-finals, while his chief gold-medal rival Daniil Medvedev was dumped out on Thursday.
The US economy contracted at a record average annualised rate of 19.2 per cent from its peak in the fourth quarter of 2019 through the second quarter of 2020, government data shows, confirming the COVID-19 recession was the worst ever.
The draw for the rescheduled 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon will be held in Yaounde on August 17, the organisers said on Thursday.
Olympic swimming took a dive into the unknown on Thursday as men and women competed against each other for the first time in the new 4x100m mixed medley relay in Tokyo.
An authoritative Katie Ledecky powered to the fastest time in the women's 800m freestyle heats Thursday ahead of fatigued rival Ariarne Titmus who is gunning to steal a third Olympic title from the American star.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the negotiating process with Iran to revive a 2015 nuclear deal could not go on indefinitely, and that the ball was in Iran's court."We are committed to diplomacy, but this process cannot go on indefinitely.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Thursday that nuclear talks with Iran "cannot go on indefinitely" but that Washington was "fully prepared" to continue negotiations.
Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin has faced calls to resign from the opposition and the biggest bloc in the ruling coalition, after a rare rebuke by the king over the government's handling of emergency ordinances.Muhyiddin's government said earlier this week that on July 21 it had revoked all ordinances that had come into effect since a national state of emergency was imposed in January.