In his final column before the Rugby World Cup Sevens in San Francisco, Perry Baker says he believes the U.S. can win the title on home soil.
Sunday's German Grand Prix could be Sebastian Vettel's last chance to win on home soil but Lewis Hamilton will be doing all he can to deny Ferrari's Formula One championship leader that particular pleasure.
A human rights lawyer, who sent complaints to the UN against Lithuania for allowing the CIA to host secret prisons on its soil, is sure he will see the country’s leadership indicted. He talks exclusively to RT.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin’s proposal to aid Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe of the 2016 U.S. election came with a caveat sure to prevent any real agreement: Russian agents would be granted access to interview Americans on U.S. soil, as well as a key Putin critic.
To say it was a dream week for Yannick Hanfmann would be an understatement.
First, he captured the biggest title of his career. On Saturday, the 26-year-old lifted the trophy on home soil, prevailing at the award-winning Sparkassen Open in Braunschweig, Germany. It was his third ATP Challenger Tour crown and second of the year.
Then, on Monday, the long-awaited Top 100 breakthrough will arrive. Hanfmann's victory at the €127,000 event sees him vault 13 spots to a career-high No. 99 in the ATP Rankings. Two years ago, the German was kicking off his professional journey after a successful c...more