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Is international travel allowed yet? See when Spain, Mexico, Iceland plan to reopen borders

USATODAY.com Saturday, 23 May 2020
Spain has announced that it will reopen its borders to foreign tourists in July and Mexico will start reopening in June. See when others will follow.
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Phil Foden bounces back to help propel England to 4-0 victory over Iceland [Video]

Phil Foden bounces back to help propel England to 4-0 victory over Iceland

England manager Gareth Southgate praised two-goal Phil Foden for downingIceland just weeks after his fledgling international career had threatened togrind to a halt. The Three Lions brought down the curtain on a difficult yearof international football with a comfortable 4-0 Nations League victory atWembley in which Foden starred. The Manchester City forward had made his debutagainst Iceland in September before being sent home for breaking Covidregulations and then dropped for the following month’s triple-header ofEngland games as part of his punishment. But he returned with a bang and hislate brace of fine finishes capped a happy end to the year for Southgate – whohad earlier seen Declan Rice and Mason Mount score in what was a NationsLeague dead rubber.

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Foden double helps England overpower Iceland

Phil Foden scores his first two goals for England as Gareth Southgate's side claim a comfortable win against Iceland in the Nations League.
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England v Iceland: Jordan Henderson and Raheem Sterling out of Nations League match

Jordan Henderson and Raheem Sterling will miss England's Nations League match against Iceland at Wembley on Wednesday because of injury.
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England without Henderson and Sterling for Iceland game

Jordan Henderson and Raheem Sterling will miss England's Nations League match against Iceland on Wednesday through injury.
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Earthquake disrupts interview with Iceland's PM [Video]

Earthquake disrupts interview with Iceland's PM

An earthquake in Iceland briefly disrupted an interview between Washington Post foreign affairs columnist David Ignatius and Iceland Prime Minister Katrín Jakobsdóttir.

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