Officials said a 25-year-old woman was murdered Saturday in Bogota following Colombia’s World Cup win over Uruguay in what they initially said was an accident caused by a stray bullet fired in celebration.
Russian authorities on Monday declared an avalanche warning for the mountain resort used to host the Sochi Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games events, after an avalanche killed two women in the area at the weekend.
There has been a “slight improvement” in Michael Schumacher’s condition, a source close to the Formula One legend said on Monday, eight days after a skiing accident left him with life-threatening injuries.
Golden State Warriors forward David Lee will miss the rest of the NBA playoffs with a torn right hip flexor, the team said on Sunday.
By Beth Celis
HOW UNLUCKY can a man be! Less than a month ago, on March 27, Police Officer 2 Anselmo Lazatin landed at the East Avenue Hospital after he tried to pacify rampaging PBA import Jamelle Cornley who went into a fit of rage when he found out that the three women he had picked up and taken with him to his hotel room had stolen the money in his wallet.
Two fans were shot to death on their way to a test event at a World Cup stadium in northeastern Brazil, authorities said.
Novak Djokovic wasn’t optimistic about his right ankle injury after lifting Serbia to an insurmountable 3-1 lead over the United States with a 7-5, 6-7 (4), 6-1, 6-0 win over Sam Querrey in a Davis Cup quarterfinal.
Horrified teammates wept as a player’s leg bone snapped during one of the most closely watched U.S. college basketball games of the year.
Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace has suffered a left knee injury and a timetable for his return remains uncertain, according to the NBA club.
A knee injury forced world number 14 John Isner to withdraw from the Hopman Cup on Thursday, throwing his Australian Open preparations into doubt.
Ukraine tennis player Sergei Bubka said he is lucky to be alive after suffering multiple fractures in a horrifying fall from a fourth-floor Paris apartment.
Four climbers thought missing Thursday after a deadly avalanche in the French Alps are alive and have been accounted for, with two having cancelled their climb and two having chosen a different route, police said.
Hope was dwindling Monday for two French climbers stranded in the Mont Blanc massif for over five days in temperatures plunging as low as minus 25 degrees centigrade.