Sunday,
26 January 2020

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Top seeds Hsieh, Strycova march on (3)
SURVIVORS:Wimbledon champion Simona Halep and world No. 1 Rafael Nadal dodged an exodus of seeds as the shocks kept rolling in the singles By Dave Carroll / Staff reporter, with AFP, MELBOURNE Spain's Rafael Nadal returns to fellow countryman Pablo Carreno Busta in their Australian Open men's singles match in Melbourne yesterday.Photo: Reuters 1 2 Top seeds Hsieh Su-wei and Barbora Strycova yesterday advanced to the third
World extends condolences over deadly quake in Turkey (2)
22 people killed, more than 1,030 injured in powerful quake that hit eastern Turkey on Friday Tevfik Durul | 25.01.2020 ANKARA Condolences from around the world are pouring in as a powerful earthquake in Turkey's east claimed at least 22 lives and injured over 1,030 others. The 6.8-magnitude quake hit eastern Elazig province at 8.55 p.m.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia expresses condolences over the earthquake in Turkey and wished the injured a quick recovery (1)
25.01.2020 / 11:05 The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia expresses condolences over the earthquake in Turkey and wished the injured a quick recovery. "We would like to express our deep condolences over the tragic earthquake in Turkey.
Nadal, Halep march on as shocks continue at Australian Open (1)
Agencies Updated January 26, 2020 AUSTRALIA'S Nick Kyrgios falls as he celebrates after defeating Karen Khachanov of Russia in their third-round match of the Australian Open at the Melbourne Park on Saturday.-AP MELBOURNE: World number one Rafael Nadal and Wimbledon champion Simona Halep dodged an exodus of seeded players as the shocks kept rolling at the Australian Open on Saturday. After Serena Williams and title-holder Naomi Osaka fell by the wayside on
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