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FILE - In this July 7, 2016 file photo, Odebrecht personnel work on the Line 4 of the subway that is under construction in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Brazilian officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Saturday, July 30, 2016, for a much-delayed $3 billion subway expansion in Rio de Janeiro less than a week before the Olympic Games begin. Line 4 of the subway is billed as Rio’s most important infrastructure project linked to the Olympics. It will transport hundreds of thousands of athletes and fans between the city’s iconic beaches and Barra da Tijuca, home to most sporting venues. (AP Photo/Silvia Izquierdo, File)
Brazil cuts ribbon on new subway line crucial for OlympicsBrazil's highest officials celebrate the completion of a much-delayed $3 billion subway expansion that will play a crucial part in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics with a ribbon-cutting ceremony just days before the games are set to kick off
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2 Russian swimmers file appeals against Olympic banTwo Russian swimmers filed an appeal Saturday against their exclusion from the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, claiming the ban is "invalid" and "unenforceable."
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Nationals acquire Melancon from PiratesThe Washington Nationals have acquired All-Star closer Mark Melancon from the Pittsburgh Pirates
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Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Wade Miley (20) throws against the Chicago Cubs during the first inning of an interleague baseball game, Saturday, July 30, 2016, in Chicago. (AP Photo/David Banks)
Bryant singles to stop Miley's no-hit bidKris Bryant singled sharply to left field with no outs in the seventh inning Saturday for the Chicago Cubs' first hit off the Seattle Mariners' Wade Miley
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Bryan brothers withdraw from Rio Games, cite health priorityBryan brothers will not defend Olympic doubles title in Rio, citing health concerns.
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China's Shenshan Feng in action during day three of the Women's British Open at Woburn Golf Club in Woburn, England, Saturday, July 30, 2016. The Women's British Open was established by the Ladies' Golf Union in 1976 and was intended to serve as the women's equivalent of The Open Championship. (Steve Paston/PA via AP)
Ariya Jutanugarn takes Women's British Open leadAriya Jutanugarn took the Women's British Open lead Saturday at tree-lined Woburn, nearly four months after blowing a late lead in the first major championship of the year
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