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Russia says virus cases under 9,000 for first time since May 1

World May 18, 2020

Russia says virus cases under 9,000 for first time since May 1

Russia said Monday under 9,000 new coronavirus cases had been recorded for the first time since early May as anti-virus restrictions ease and officials say the situation is stabilizing. Health officials reported 8,926 new infections in the last 24 hours, bringing the country's total to ...

China sees post-lockdown rise in air pollution

Asia Pacific May 18, 2020

China sees post-lockdown rise in air pollution

Some air pollutants in China have risen back to above last year's levels after dropping when the government imposed strict lockdown measures to contain the coronavirus pandemic, according to a study published Monday. The rebound was likely due to industrial activity, the researchers said, adding ...

Sunwolves aiming to compete in Australia in July

Rugby May 18, 2020

Sunwolves aiming to compete in Australia in July

Japan's Sunwolves are aiming to participate in a tournament between Super Rugby teams in Australia that is scheduled to start in July. The Sunwolves' final season in Super Rugby was cut short in March, when the new coronavirus pandemic forced the suspension of the competition ...

Jim Kelly says 2020 is Bills' year in AFC East

More Sports / Football May 18, 2020

Jim Kelly says 2020 is Bills' year in AFC East

The Buffalo Bills haven't won the AFC East title since 1995, but the quarterback of that team predicts things will change in 2020. Football Hall of Famer Jim Kelly said in an interview on CBS Sports radio that he expects the Bills to end the ...

Sam Allardyce urges clubs to respect players' health concerns

Soccer May 18, 2020

Sam Allardyce urges clubs to respect players' health concerns

Premier League clubs must reassure players there will be no repercussions if they are unwilling to risk their health by returning to action during the COVID-19 pandemic, former England manager Sam Allardyce has said. Several players have expressed concerns about the league's plans to resume ...