Denying Russian soccer player visa to enter Britain a ‘huge injustice’ says Greek club coach

Russian soccer player Magomed Ozdoev being denied a visa to enter Scotland for a European game was a "huge injustice," his coach at Greek club PAOK said Wednesday.

Ozdoev was refused entry by British authorities for the team's Europa Conference League qualifying game in Edinburgh on Thursday against Hearts.

Pidcock wins world mountain bike gold

Olympic champion Tom Pidcock won the world championship cross country mountain bike marathon on Aug. 12 as a crash ended Mathieu van der Poel's dream of a unique treble.

It was a first world title in the mountain bike event for Britain's Pidcock, who raised a Yorkshire flag with a white rose above his head as he crossed the line after breaking away with two laps left.

Pogačar wins world road race bronze

Tadej Pogačar won bronze for Slovenia in the road race at the UCI Cycling World Championships in Glasgow on 6 August in what he described as a "sprint of the living dead".

Despite crashing while leading the race, Dutch rider Mathieu van der Poel managed to remount his bike and pull away to win the rainbow jersey, finishing 37 seconds clear of Belgian Wout van Aert in second.

Plane made an Emergency Landing in Sofia after a Drunken Brit tried to Open the Door in Mid-Air (VIDEO)

The Bulgarian police arrested a drunk British man on the night of Sunday to Monday at the Sofia airport after an emergency landing of a flight from the Turkish resort of Bodrum to Glasgow, BNR reported, referring to the "Daily Mail".

COP28 chief says reduction of fossil fuel use 'inevitable'

The head of the upcoming COP28 climate summit, who also is the chief executive of the UAE's national oil company, has acknowledged that a reduction in the use of fossil fuels is inescapable.

"The phase down of fossil fuels is inevitable," Sultan al-Jaber said on the sidelines of technical climate talks on June 8 six months ahead of the summit.