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By Tales Azzoni, Mauricio Savarese, Associated Press
Two days after winning the World Cup, Argentina’s soccer team arrived home to a thunderous and joyful welcome. The world watched the extraordinary final match against France, and it was especially memorable for one sports commentator. Argentine-American Telemundo sportscaster Andres…
By Jeffrey Brown
Members of the team, led by captain Lionel Messi, were all smiles as they descended from the plane in Ezeiza, right outside Argentina’s capital, shortly before 3 a.m. Tuesday onto a red carpet that had been rolled out for the…
By Daniel Politi, Associated Press
In our news wrap Sunday, a rocket strike killed at least one person in Russia’s Belgorod region while Russian shelling in Kherson killed at least three civilians, North Korea test-fired two ballistic missiles capable of striking Japan, the mayor of…
After 36 years, Argentina is back on top of the soccer world after defeating France to clinch the 2022 World Cup title. In all, it was a tournament to remember — with major upsets, ascending talent, controversies and a thrilling…
By Steve Douglas, Associated Press
Lionel Messi’s once-in-a-generation career is complete. The Argentina superstar is finally a World Cup champion.
By Abby Sewell, Associated Press
Morocco’s fans in the Arab world took the North African team’s 2-1 loss to Croatia in Saturday’s World Cup third-place playoff philosophically. The team had already made history, becoming the first Arab and first African team to reach the semifinals…
By John Yang
After an impressive run, Morocco’s journey to the World Cup championship came to a close after its match against France, a country that shares a complicated history with the North African nation. Sports journalist Shireen Ahmed joined John Yang to…
By Lorne Cook, Associated Press
The European Union’s parliament was reeling Tuesday, its credibility under threat, as a corruption and bribery scandal.
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
A senior State Department official says the body and possessions of soccer journalist Grant Wahl have been repatriated to the United States after his death last week while covering the World Cup in Qatar.
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