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Tunisia: Ons Jabeur Reaches Semi-Final of Indian Wells Open  

[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis/Tunisia -- World's 14th Tunisia's Ons Jabeur has qualified for the semi-final of the Indian Wells WTA Open, United States, after defeating Estonia's Anet Kontaveit (18th) 2-0 (7-5, 6-3).

Dolgopyat's Olympic gold is Israel's greatest sporting achievement of all time   25%

On its way to a gold medal in gymnastics, Israel defeated some of the world's sporting powerhouses, but will it be able to take this to the next level?

French finance minister: Brexit made UK supply chain crisis worse   20%

France's finance minister also told the BBC that Europe will be one the world's key economic powers.

Ros Atkins On... China's climate change promises  

Ahead of COP26, Ros Atkins looks at what the world's biggest emitters are doing to tackle climate change.

Port truckers win $30 million in wage theft settlements   -13%

XPO Logistics, one of the world's largest trucking companies, settled with drivers who had alleged it paid them less than minimum wage.

For these young people in privileged parts of the world, the pandemic was an opportunity   -15%

The pandemic pushed the world's poor into direr straits, but for some young people it launched careers and improved chances for wealth. The diverging fates of young adults point to the increased inequalities the pandemic has revealed in a world facing dramatic change.

What am I supposed to do with my sideburns? Feel no shame and style them as you wish   4%

Whether shaped up, slicked down and swooped, braided or gelled down and brushed, the world's most neglected hairline deserves to be seen

China launches 6-month crewed mission as it cements position as global space power   26%

China will launch a three-person crew into space in the early hours of Saturday -- a major step for the country's young space program, which is rapidly becoming one of the world's most advanced.

Paul McCartney says the Rolling Stones are 'a blues cover band'   43%

in the latest installment of a friendly rivalry between two of the world's biggest music groups, Beatles legend Paul McCartney has dubbed the Rolling Stones "a blues cover band."

What to know about Europe's newest airline   10%

There's a week to go before the world's newest airline launches, and it's promising to bring some dolce vita back to the skies.

Prince William says great minds should focus on saving Earth not space travel   30%

Prince William has taken a thinly veiled swipe at the billionaires embroiled in a space tourism race, saying the world's greatest brains should instead be focused on solving the environmental problems facing the Earth.

Sprint legend Usain Bolt calls Canada's De Grasse 'the guy to beat'  

World's fastest man Usain Bolt says Andre De Grasse's consistency on reaching the podium makes him the frontrunner to dominate the sprint scene.

'Days without eating': Madagascar sees world's first 'climate change famine'   17%

Madgascar is experiencing what the UN has called the world's first "climate change famine", with food shortages a direct result of global warming. This is the fourth year in a row that the country's Grand Sud region has been hit by drought and more than one million people are in need of emergency food aid.

UAE targets carbon neutrality by 2050   -30%

The United Arab Emirates, one of the world's biggest oil exporters, has launched a "strategic initiative" targeting carbon neutrality by 2050, ahead of a UN climate conference late this month.