Wimbledon 2022: Fans complain about Rafael Nadal, graphic by Botic van de Zandschulp

Tennis fans raised an issue with one aspect of the Wimbledon TV broadcast as Rafael Nadal kept hopes of a quarter-final against Nick Kyrgios alive. Rafael Nadal reached the Wimbledon quarter-finals on Tuesday (AEST), keeping himself on track for a decisive encounter with Nick Kyrgios, who was on his best behavior in a five-set win. … Read more

Glacier in the Italian Alps kills hikers by falling on tourists

At least six people have died and 10 more are missing after an avalanche hit the Italian Alps, with officials warning that more collapses could follow. At least six people have died and another 10 are missing after an avalanche hit the Italian Alps. Reports suggest that at least eight other people were injured after … Read more

UFC 276 results: live stream, how to watch, card, start time, Israel Adesanya, Alexander Volkanovski

Hollywood star and UFC fan Christ Pratt says he will be rooting for Australian Alexander Volkanovski, who is “approaching GOAT status”. Follow our coverage live here. Hello and welcome to our coverage of UFC 276 from Las Vegas. One of the biggest days of the year for the UFC has finally arrived, with two belts … Read more

Argentine Economy Minister resigns amid problems with peso and diesel

Buenos Aires, Argentina — Economy Minister Martin Guzmán tendered his resignation on Saturday, acting at the end of a week in which the Argentine currency hit an all-time low against the dollar and truck drivers protested a diesel shortage. Guzman announced on Twitter that he had sent a multi-page resignation letter to President Alberto Fernandez. … Read more

Lula da Silva suggests term of 1 term if elected

Brasilia Brazil — Former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva said on Friday he would likely serve just one term if he regained Brazil’s presidency in October’s elections. “I’m not going to be a president of the republic who is thinking about his reelection,” he said in an interview with Rádio Metrópole da Bahia. “I’m … Read more

Smelly toxic foam floods the suburb of Bogotá

Smelly and potentially toxic white foam flooded streets and homes in Soacha, a poor town southwest of Bogotá, Colombia, on Wednesday, June 29, after heavy rains the night before, according to local officials and media outlets. Cundinamarca department officials said the foam was generated in the Tibanica stream, a tributary of the Bogotá River, because … Read more

Ecuador: Agreement ends 18 days of strikes

Quito, Ecuador — The government of Ecuador and the country’s main indigenous group reached an agreement on Thursday to end 18 days of often violent strikes that have virtually paralyzed the country and killed at least four people. The agreement, which includes fuel price reductions and other concessions, was signed by Government Minister Francisco Jiménez, … Read more

Michelle Jenneke is part of Australia’s Commonwealth Games team rocking her hips

Michelle Jenneke, the Aussie athlete made famous for her “swaying hips”, is back in action and ready for another turn on the world stage. Michelle “Jiggling” Jenneke is back. The hurdles star, who went viral with a pre-race jig at the 2012 Junior World Championships that quickly became his trademark, will have the chance to … Read more

Fire kills 51 after apparent attempted prison riot in Colombia

Bogota Colombia — A prison fire in southwestern Colombia has killed at least 51 people and injured a dozen more, prison officials said Tuesday. The director of the national penitentiary system, Tito Castellanos, told Radio Caracol that it was not clear whether all the dead were prisoners. He initially said 49 died, but the Justice … Read more

Riot in Colombian prison causes fire, kills 51

bogota colombia CNN — A fire inside an overcrowded Colombian prison killed 51 inmates in the early hours of Tuesday morning, officials said, marking one of the deadliest incidents of its kind in the country’s recent history. The fire started amid a chaotic scene inside the penitentiary in the Colombian city of Tolua, in western … Read more