(Reuters) – Teams will be reduced from nine riders to eight for next year’s three Grand Tours while the 2018 Tour de France will start a week later to avoid clashing with the soccer World Cup.
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LONDON (Reuters) – Chris Froome will have the benefit of a formidable Team Sky support crew as the Briton seeks a fourth Tour de France victory next month.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Belgian prosecutors said on Thursday they have closed an investigation into a 2.9 billion euro ($3.24 billion) capital increase in a Belgian company owned by billionaire and chief
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By Flavien Bellouti and Michaela Cabrera CALAIS, France (Reuters) – She once supported France’s anti-immigrant National Front party.
MADRID (Reuters) – Spanish police arrested a 32-year-old Moroccan in a dawn raid in central Madrid on Tuesday who they said was “highly radicalized” and had a large collection of extreme Islamist
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