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Muslims flee, Christians grieve in Sri Lankan town torn by violence

By Alasdair Pal and Sunil Kataria NEGOMBO, Sri Lanka (Reuters) – As mourners buried the remains of Christian worshippers killed by the Easter Sunday suicide...

Golf: Tiger to return to Japan at Zozo Championship in October

(Reuters) – Tiger Woods will return to Japan for the first time since 2006 to compete in the inaugural Zozo Championship in October, the...

Tennis: Andy Murray ‘optimistic’ he can play this year, says mother...

(Reuters) – Andy Murray is “cautiously optimistic” he will be able to play tennis again this season after successfully undergoing hip surgery, his mother...

Asian shares dip; euro weighed by sagging German business morale

By Tomo Uetake TOKYO (Reuters) – Asian shares slipped on Thursday as a surprise deterioration in German business morale rekindled fears of slowing global growth,...

MLB notebook: Guerrero Jr. set for Jays debut

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is getting his long-awaited call-up to the majors. Toronto manager Charlie Montoyo told reporters following Blue Jays’ Wednesday loss to the San...

Pompeo sees ‘bumpy’ North Korea talks, but hopes for several more...

By David Brunnstrom WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday that U.S. talks with North Korea would be “bumpy,” but...

Slack is expected to file listing prospectus this week: WSJ

(Reuters) – Slack Technologies Inc is expected to reveal its filing for a direct listing on the stock market as soon as this week,...

Exclusive: Iran’s Zarif believes Trump does not want war, but could...

By Michelle Nichols, Lesley Wroughton and Phil Stewart NEW YORK (Reuters) – Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif does not believe U.S. President Donald Trump...

Spurned by Washington, North Korea’s Kim seeks a friend in Putin

By Maria Vasilyeva and Vladimir Soldatkin VLADIVOSTOK, Russia (Reuters) – North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will meet Russian President Vladimir...

Twitter not amused by long wait for Tesla earnings

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Twitter was ablaze on Wednesday with humorous commentary and speculation over why Tesla Inc’s first-quarter earnings release was so late....