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7:03 PM ET Associated Press HOUSTON — James Harden returned to the Philadelphia 76ers‘ starting lineup Monday night against the Houston Rockets after missing 14 games because of a foot injury. Harden, who spent just more than eight seasons with the Rockets before being traded to Brooklyn in January 2021, last played Nov. 2. He
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10:04 AM ET ESPN News Services Nick Bollettieri, the Hall of Fame tennis coach who worked with some of the sport’s biggest stars, including Andre Agassi and Monica Seles, and founded an academy that revolutionized the development of young athletes, has died. He was 91. Bollettieri died Sunday night at home in Florida after a
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Dec 3, 2022 After Tyson Fury’s one-sided TKO victory over Derek Chisora at London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday, Mike Coppinger shares what should be next for Fury and reacts to Fury’s comments during his postfight interview about a right-hand injury and possible right elbow surgery. Is he finally heading for the most-anticipated undisputed fight
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Tesla (TSLA) achieved record deliveries and exports in China in November with over 100,000 China-made vehicles in a single month. However, reports are suggesting that Tesla is now slowing down its production output at Gigafactory Shanghai due to lower demand in China. The China Passenger Car Association released its November data and confirmed that Tesla
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Harry has spoken of the “pain and suffering” of women marrying into the Royal Family in a new trailer for his much-anticipated docuseries with wife Meghan – and told how only he and his wife know “the full truth” about their story. Netflix released its second trailer for the Sussexes’ series on Monday, confirming the
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In this article 2317-TW Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Foxconn workers at Taiwanese firm’s Zhengzhou, China factory, walked out over a pay dispute with the company. The Zhengzhou factory is estimated to account for more than 70% of Apple’s global assembly of iPhones. Jakub Porzycki | Nurphoto | Getty Images Foxconn, the world’s largest
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Facing a serious challenge from ongoing widespread unrest, Iran’s government is blaming Kurdish separatists for inciting the unrest, an Iranian academic has said. Protests demanding the overthrow of Iran’s clerical rulers are now in their fourth month, which erupted after the death of Mahsa Amini, a Kurdish-Iranian woman, while in custody of the morality police.
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Bulgaria has been accused of shooting a refugee after a new video emerged showing a young Syrian man being fired at on the border with Turkey. It is the first footage of an asylum seeker being hit with live ammunition on the EU border. It follows a joint investigation by Sky News, Lighthouse Reports, The
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Through the streets of Doha’s West Bay district, a smattering of England fans singing “It’s coming home,” could be heard long past 3am. For a capital unaccustomed to late-night rowdiness, it was an unfamiliar sound during this unique World Cup. But reaching a tournament quarter-final is becoming familiar territory for the Three Lions. It’s now
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