Tottenham announced on Tuesday they are introducing fan representation on the board after the European Super League debacle, apologising "unreservedly" for not consulting supporters over the divisive project.
Israel has intensified its air strikes on Gaza as rocket barrages hit Israeli towns for a second day in a deepening conflict in which at least 28 people in the Palestinian enclave and two in Israel have been killed.The most serious outbreak of fighting since 2019 between Israel and armed factions in Hamas-run Gaza was triggered by clashes between Palestinians and Israeli police at al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem on Monday.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said on Tuesday Harry Maguire could be fit in time for the Europa League final on May 26 as the defender battles to recover from an ankle injury.
US authorities have identified a relatively new gang of cyber criminals as being behind the ransomware attack which paralyzed a key fuel pipeline.
Fears the shutdown of a major fuel pipeline would cause a gasoline shortage led to some panic buying and prompted US regulators on Tuesday to temporarily suspend clean fuel requirements in three eastern states and the nation's capital.
Protesters have rallied in towns and cities around Myanmar to denounce its military rulers, 100 days after the generals' overthrow of an elected government pitched the country into its biggest crisis in decades.Demonstrators took part in marches, motorcycle convoys and flash protests to evade security forces, some making three-finger gestures of defiance as anti-coup groups renewed calls for the toppling of a junta that has been condemned around the world for killing hundreds of civilians.
A 23-year-old woman who was mistakenly injected with too many shots of the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine was given four, rather than six doses, Italian health authorities said Tuesday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not attend the G7 Summit in the UK in person, the Indian government said Tuesday, as the country reels from a massive wave of coronavirus cases.
Bob Baffert, trainer of doping-hit Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit, said Tuesday the horse was given an anti-fungal medication that might have caused the positive test that has jeopardized the victory.
After two decades of talks at the World Trade Organization towards banning subsidies that contribute to over-fishing, the lead negotiator said Tuesday that a deal could be within reach.
Sweden's Oatly, a pioneer in plant-based drinks, is eyeing a valuation that could exceed $10 billion in an upcoming initial public offering on Wall Street, the company said Tuesday.
Joe Dombrowski won the fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia on Tuesday as Israel Start-Up Nation rider Alessandro De Marchi took the overall leader's pink jersey after finishing just behind the American in second.
The Kiev home of powerful pro-Russian lawmaker Viktor Medvedchuk was being searched on Tuesday as part of an ongoing investigation into treason, Ukraine's SBU security service told AFP.
England's second-string men's rugby union team will no longer be known as the 'Saxons', the Rugby Football Union announced on Tuesday.
The World Health Organisation says it is reviewing coronavirus data from Seychelles after the health ministry said more than a third of people who tested positive for COVID-19 in the past week had been fully vaccinated.Both the ministry and the WHO stressed that the majority of those who tested positive had not been vaccinated or had only received one dose, that no one who had died had been fully vaccinated and that nearly all of those needing treatment for severe or critical cases were unvaccinated.
A handful of US states announced they will end extra unemployment benefits provided by the federal government, which they say is hindering companies from hiring workers.