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Ryan Lochte Dropped by Sponsors After Rio Robbery Scandal
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Laura Robson will play fellow Briton Naomi Broady in the US Open first round after beating Tatjana Maria in the final round of qualifying.
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The boss of the energy company hoping to build a new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point in Somerset has made a plea for the government to approve it.

Writing in the Sunday Telegraph, EDF chief executive Vincent de Rivaz accuses critics of "overlooking the positive impact" of the scheme.

EDF's board voted to approve the £18bn nuclear power plant in late July.

But the UK government postponed a final decision shortly after Theresa May became prime minister.

It has since said that arguments for and against the plant are still being examined.

A final decision is now expected wit
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Hayley Simmonds may not have gone to the Rio Olympics, but her non-selection shows the depth in Great British cycling.
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Honda Activa maintains lead as highest selling two-wheeler in July - The Honda Actica contributed to 38% of the incremental sale in the industry.
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s.Second one-day international, Lord's
Pakistan 251 (49.5 overs): Sarfraz 105, Imad 63 not out
England 255-6 (47.3 overs): Root 89, Morgan 68
England won by four wickets
Scorecard

England produced another polished display to beat Pakistan at Lord's and take a 2-0 lead in the one-day series.

Having won easily at the Ageas Bowl on Wednesday, England reduced the tourists to 2-3 courtesy of impressive new-ball spells from Mark Wood and Chris Woakes.

Sarfraz Ahmed scored a superb 105 and Imad Wasim struck 63 not out to salvage a competitive total of 251.

But Joe Root's 89 and 68 fr
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he main rebel group in Colombia, the Farc, is to announce a definitive ceasefire on Sunday taking effect at midnight (05:00 GMT Monday), at the same time as a government ceasefire.

The two sides signed a historic peace accord in the Cuban capital Havana on Wednesday after 52 years of conflict.

Farc fighters will gather in mid-September for a "conference" to ratify the accord.

A Colombian referendum on the agreement will follow on 2 October.

The Farc's conference will be its tenth since 1965, and will be held in a remote region of southern Colombia between 13 and 19 September.