Ana Luisa Amaral

Ana Luísa Amaral is awarded the Reina Sofía Prize for Ibero-American Poetry

Retired professor of Anglo-American literature at the University of Porto, Amaral is an expert on Dickinson.

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Trapp thought the nomination for the Yashin Trophy was a joke

The French magazine "France Football" honors the best goalkeeper with the Yashin trophy every year. Goalkeeper Kevin Trapp first thought of a joke when he was nominated.

Restrictions on playing video games in China hit Tencent

The technology giant in China suffered from the blockades of the “covid zero” policy and the harsh rules in the video game sector.

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Norris admits he changed his driving style for McLaren's F1

Lando Norris believes he has done a good job of adapting his driving style to McLaren's 2022 F1 car, which is 'unsuitable' for him.