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Bayern Munich fires manager Julian Nagelsmann

Bayern Munich announced Friday it has fired club manager Julian Nagelsmann and will appoint Thomas Tuchel to the post, effective immediately.

Why the Syrian drone strikes and US retaliation may yet be a big deal

The US has conducted an airstrike in Syria against what it said were Iranian-affiliated facilities after a suspected Iranian drone struck a facility housing...

World Athletics regulations on transgender women athletes risk human rights violations, rights groups say

Trans rights advocates have warned sports governing bodies that "blanket bans" on transgender women from competing in women's categories risk "violating fundamental human rights...

The French are up in arms over retiring at 64. How do other countries compare?

A nationwide strike in France to protest a rise in the retirement age drew more than a million people onto the streets on Thursday...

What a difference a year makes. Enormous challenges, some of them barely imaginable when the G7 leaders last met 12 months ago, are bearing down on the world’s most prosperous democratic nations as they prepare to meet in Germany.

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Bayern Munich fires manager Julian Nagelsmann

Bayern Munich announced Friday it has fired club manager Julian Nagelsmann and will appoint Thomas Tuchel to the post, effective immediately.

Why the Syrian drone strikes and US retaliation may yet be a big deal

The US has conducted an airstrike in Syria against what it said were Iranian-affiliated facilities after a suspected Iranian drone struck a facility housing...

World Athletics regulations on transgender women athletes risk human rights violations, rights groups say

Trans rights advocates have warned sports governing bodies that "blanket bans" on transgender women from competing in women's categories risk "violating fundamental human rights...

The French are up in arms over retiring at 64. How do other countries compare?

A nationwide strike in France to protest a rise in the retirement age drew more than a million people onto the streets on Thursday...
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