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25/11/2014

DNA pioneer James Watson to sell Nobel Prize

DNA pioneer James Watson is to sell the Nobel Prize he won for his co-discovery of the double helix structure -- the building block of life.

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25/11/2014

Three priests, teacher arrested in Spain sex abuse case

It might all have remained a dark secret, if a young man who was an alleged victim of sexual abuse hadn't written a letter to the Vatican. And then gotten a surprise phone call from Pope Francis, according to a Spanish digital newspaper.

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25/11/2014

Strange case of the melting house

In south London, a life-size wax house is melting. No, you're not hallucinating.

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25/11/2014

Yemenis freed from al Qaeda captors

Security forces early Tuesday rescued seven Yemenis and an American who had been briefly taken hostage by alleged al Qaeda operatives in Yemen, according to Yemeni government sources.

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25/11/2014

China building island in disputed waters

China is building an island in the South China Sea that could accommodate the country's first airstrip in bitterly contested waters, according to satellite images analyzed by Jane's Defence Weekly.

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25/11/2014

UK report: Killer signaled intent

An online threat made by one of the killers of British soldier Lee Rigby could have tipped off security agencies and perhaps prevented his murder.

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25/11/2014

UK report: Killer signaled intent

An online threat made by one of the killers of British soldier Lee Rigby could have tipped off security agencies and perhaps prevented his murder.

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25/11/2014

Kofi Annan: Extensions will kill process

CNN's Hala Gorani speaks to Kofi Annan about whether or not he is optimistic a nuclear deal can be done with Iran.

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25/11/2014

British veterans join fight against ISIS

Two British veterans have joined Kurdish forces in the fight against ISIS. CNN's Atika Shubert reports.

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25/11/2014

British veterans join fight against ISIS

Two British veterans have joined Kurdish forces in the fight against ISIS. CNN's Atika Shubert reports.

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25/11/2014

Beer bottle shatters glass walkway at London's Tower Bridge

A scary view of London just got slightly scarier.

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25/11/2014

Rise of forensic forgery detectives

It could be the find of the century, or something much more suspicious. "La Bella Principessa" -- a 13 inch tall pen-and-ink portrait of a Florentine woman with a Mona Lisa-esque smile -- sat in a drawer for decades, before being "rediscovered" and attributed as a lost $150 million masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci.

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25/11/2014

Listen: 15 EDM djs on the rise

The annual DJ Mag "Top 100 DJs" list is ceremonially revealed each autumn as the world's millionaire club-banger-spinning playboys jostle for top spot, backed by their armies of adoring social media followers.

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25/11/2014

Visual artists revolutionizing concerts

Take away the 100-foot screens, the blasting lasers, and the holographic projections, and what do you have left? Tens of thousands of screaming electronic music fans with nothing much to cheer except a solitary figure, twiddling some knobs and occasionally raising his hand.

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25/11/2014

Yemen: American, 7 Yemenis freed from al Qaeda captors

Security forces early Tuesday rescued seven Yemenis and an American who had been briefly taken hostage by alleged alQaeda operatives in Yemen, according to Yemeni government sources.

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25/11/2014

Searching for the cure

Big wooden planters full of ripe tomatoes. Homemade pickles. Over good wine and grilled steak at the home of Chris and Hugh Hempel, in the hills around Reno, Nevada, the conversation turns to biomedical research and genetics.

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25/11/2014

Australia's Phil Hughes 'critical' after being hit by cricket ball

Australian cricketer Phil Hughes is in a critical condition in hospital after being hit by a ball during a match in Sydney.

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25/11/2014

Donetsk dogs struggle in winter

On the southern fringes of Donetsk, in the shadow of a huge steel plant, a cacophony of barking overwhelms the dull thud of artillery fire. The PIF animal shelter is crammed with almost 1,000 dogs of all sizes, ages and breeds (though the number that can claim any sort of pedigree is probably in single figures).

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24/11/2014

ISIS, Iraqi forces battle

A fierce battle between ISIS militants and Iraqi military and tribal forces is raging close to the main government complex of Anbar province in the center of Ramadi, the capital city.

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24/11/2014

Most impressive metro stations

These quirky and beautiful subway stops make commuting look fun.

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24/11/2014

Nightclubs for literature?

It's midnight in the capital of Taiwan.

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24/11/2014

China building island in disputed waters

China is building an island in the South China Sea that could accommodate the country's first airstrip in bitterly contested waters.

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24/11/2014

Would huge Nicaragua canal be win for China?

Frida Ghitis says plans for a Chinese company to build a giant new transoceanic canal across Nicaragua appear to be moving forward -- and for the U.S. may portend waning influence in Central America

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24/11/2014

Banker to stand trial over brutal killings

A court in Hong Kong has ruled that a British banker charged with the grisly murder of two Indonesian women is psychologically fit to enter a plea on both counts.

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24/11/2014

British banker 'fit' to enter plea over brutal Hong Kong murders

A court in Hong Kong has ruled that a British banker charged with the grisly murder of two Indonesian women is psychologically fit to enter a plea on both counts.

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21/11/2014

5 killed in synagogue attack

A college trip to Israel changed rabbi Kalman Levine's life, his childhood best friend Shimon Kraft remembers.

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21/11/2014

Starving and scared in Ukraine

Yuri Poznychenko has lived in the village of Stepanovka, close to Ukraine's border with Russia, all his life.

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21/11/2014

Mexico protesters throw Molotovs

Protesters demanding justice for 43 missing students started throwing Molotov cocktails in Mexico City's main square.

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21/11/2014

Honduran beauty queen killed

A Honduran beauty queen and her sister were found dead Wednesday, police said, and the sister's boyfriend and another man have been arrested.

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21/11/2014

Who else remains captive by ISIS?

The latest ISIS video showing beheaded American aid worker Peter Kassig differs from the jihadists' prior murderous tapings in that they didn't threaten to kill another Western hostage.

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21/11/2014

UK bans self-professed dating expert

A self-professed American dating expert who has said he feels like the most hated man in the world has been banned from entering another country -- Britain.

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21/11/2014

Jailed for 'Hunger Games' salute

What would Katniss do?

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21/11/2014

5 Guantanamo detainees transferred

Five detainees at Guantanamo Bay were transferred to the nations of Slovakia or Georgia as part of the U.S. plan to reduce the facility's population of detainees who were suspected of terrorism after the September 11, 2001, attacks, officials said Thursday.

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21/11/2014

China in love with private education

In China it's known as gaokao -- the college entrance exams -- and for most young people it dictates the course of a life.

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21/11/2014

'Any minute we could be shot'

Joseph Mathenge hadn't planned to be at Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya in September 2013, when gunmen -- now associated with Islamist terror group Al Shabaab -- infiltrated the shopping center and started shooting en masse in a blitz that resulted in 67 deaths.

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21/11/2014

Can we pull elephants from brink?

Richard Leakey says Angelina Jolie is planning a movie about fight against elephant poaching, but need to end the ivory trade that is bringing elephants closer to extinction is immediate

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21/11/2014

Soap opera helping Rwandans heal

Romance. Suspense. Good versus evil. On the surface, Rwandan radio soap opera "Musekeweya," or "New Dawn," feels familiar. Like a Rwandan "Romeo and Juliet," it tells the story of lovers from two different villages at odds with each other.

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21/11/2014

Soap opera helping Rwandans heal

Romance. Suspense. Good versus evil. On the surface, Rwandan radio soap opera "Musekeweya," or "New Dawn," feels familiar. Like a Rwandan "Romeo and Juliet," it tells the story of lovers from two different villages at odds with each other.

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21/11/2014

The week in 34 photos

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21/11/2014

The week in 34 photos

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21/11/2014

African sushi shakes up Japan

The flashing neon advertising signs and crowded crosswalks of Tokyo may not resemble the slow suburban settlement of Maseru -- the capital of the tiny mountain kingdom of Lesotho in southern Africa. But the two countries are now being linked by an unlikely dish: trout.

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20/11/2014

Eerie geometry of everyday life

Photographer shoots series of eerie symmetries captured from above

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20/11/2014

Extreme sports: Pushing the limits

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20/11/2014

Human face carved in gemstone

Experimental Chinese jeweler stumbles on something mysterious.

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20/11/2014

The $50 earthquake alarm

In September 1985 a devastating earthquake measuring 8.1 on the Richter Scale smashed into Mexico City killing 10,000 people and leaving parts of the city in ruins.

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20/11/2014

Big cash for old bags?

Just don't expect thrift store prices.

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20/11/2014

Bizarre creatures from the deep

A portrait photographer has captured sea creatures in gorgeous detail.

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20/11/2014

Greatest stage spectacles on Earth

New tech is transforming concert experiences into eye-popping extravaganzas

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19/11/2014

Hermits and where they dwell

Deep in the untouched areas of Ukraine and Russia live men who have decided to leave human establishments and live isolated in nature.

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19/11/2014

Jamaica: Small island, big heart

Travel photos open windows to the unknown.

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19/11/2014

Surf queen: 'Water is my office'

For the millions of us who sit at desks all day, Carissa Moore's description of her workplace might sound a little cruel.

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19/11/2014

Aleppo's children need protection

Children living in the Syrian city of Aleppo watch the sky. Not for signs of winter's approach, although the cold winds are already blowing, but for the barrel bombs, mortars and shellfire they know will not distinguish between military targets and their families' homes.

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19/11/2014

The man of the millennium?

Let's hear it for "the man of the moment, the man of the millennium."

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19/11/2014

How to respond to assertive Russia

Last week, the news broke that Russian aircraft will commence patrolling the skies over the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico. Washington reacted mildly to Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu's announcement. The U.S. State Department questioned Moscow's rationale for operating off North American coastlines while insisting that such flights "must be consistent with international law and conducted with due regard for the rights of other nations and the safety of other aircraft and of vessels."

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19/11/2014

Look at me! 25 selfies of the week

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18/11/2014

Stash of stars' photos unearthed

It all started with some boxes that had not been opened for 80 years.

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18/11/2014

Drone snaps superyachts

Drones are revolutionizing how we capture many sports, but does anything come close to these shots of superyachts at sea?

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18/11/2014

'I used to see my dad in my dreams'

Maram scrunches up her little nose and pauses as she remembers. The eight-year-old was daddy's favorite.

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18/11/2014

39 amazing sports photos

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17/11/2014

The $.30 kit that could end malaria

It's an entirely preventable disease, and when diagnosed early, it's easily treatable. Yet Malaria still claims hundreds of thousands of lives each year.

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17/11/2014

World's spectacular fountains

Not content to simply swim in it, fill balloons with it, shoot it at bystanders during massive water fights or mix it with whiskey, people never cease to find amazing ways to make water even more incredible than it already is.

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17/11/2014

ISIS 'cub' fighter, 15, saved by father

The first time "Yasir" saw a beheading he didn't eat for two days, repulsed by the scene, not the actual act. But ISIS gave him such purpose his father had to trick him into leaving.

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16/11/2014

Parents of missing 43 want justice

In parental torment over what became of his son and 42 other missing Mexican students, Isrrael Galindo rejects official accounts they apparently were massacred. He hopes that somehow his son and the others arestill alive.

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14/11/2014

Famous poet's manuscript found

A notebook full of work-in-progress versions of some of Dylan Thomas's key poems has been rediscovered more than 70 years after the poet's mother-in-law ordered it to be burnt.

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14/11/2014

'Starry Night' bike path opens

An artist in the Netherlands has created a brilliant tribute to Vincent van Gogh -- a bike path that glows in the dark.

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14/11/2014

Russia plans bomber flights near U.S.

Russia plans to send long-range bombers to patrol the western Atlantic and eastern Pacific waters, the nation's defense minister said, amid escalating tensions with the West over Ukraine.

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14/11/2014

Dress like a world leader

China's online marketplace Taobao is offering buyers the chance to look like a world leader -- for less than $30.

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14/11/2014

Haunting beauty of moldy photographs

South Korean artist Seung-Hwan Oh creates beautiful portraits by letting mold grow on film.

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14/11/2014

Surf's up! Catching waves in Dakar

In Dakar, a growing community of surf lovers are taking advantage of the warm weather, year-round waves and cheap flights.

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13/11/2014

80 spectacular travel photos

Each day, CNN producers select a user-submitted photo to be our Travel Photo of the Day. Click through the gallery above to see stunning shots from around the world, and be sure to come back every day for a new image.

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13/11/2014

CNN reporter hit with tear gas

CNN's Rafael Romo struggles to report on a violent protest in Mexico as police release tear gas.

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12/11/2014

Kidjo: 'Do I LOOK like I have Ebola?'

It was in a New York cab. That's when Grammy Award-winning signer Angelique Kidjo realized the extent that "fear-bola" had spread.

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12/11/2014

Fashion models strut at U.N.

It's one of the more unusual places to hold a fashion show: the United Nations.

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11/11/2014

Sex museums: A global guide

The subject of erotica has a way of making people uncomfortable.

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11/11/2014

'Living painting' grows before you

Painting on a wet canvas, this artist films his works as the colors swirl and bleed into evolving forms.

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11/11/2014

China's craziest marriage proposals

One man bought 99 new iPhones and arranged them into the shape of a heart.

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11/11/2014

'Smart Sewage' could spot epidemics

Valuable insight into our health is lurking beneath our city streets. "We can reveal the invisible in a city. The underworld we don't see every day," says architect Carlo Ratti.

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11/11/2014

Wiping out polio, country by country

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10/11/2014

Paradise seeks beach-goers

Seychelles has long been a must-visit destination for jet-setters from all over the world. Tourists come from Europe, the Middle East and Asia to unwind in the sun. But not all the hosts can afford to be so relaxed.

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07/11/2014

8 ways to love a Cape Cod oasis

Provincetown is an oasis with the kind of light that inspires artists and writers, a town at the tip of Massachusetts' Cape Cod that celebrates the LGBT community.

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07/11/2014

Sesay driven to tell girls' story

Isha Sesay explains why the Nigerian girls, once seemingly so close to release, still haven't come home.

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07/11/2014

Monuments lost to conflict

All these astonishing buildings were destroyed by recent wars.

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07/11/2014

What does your country smell like?

UK's Heathrow Airport pairs destinations with fragrances to evoke long distance travel.

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06/11/2014

Remember when this was sexy?

You wouldn't necessarily expect a blockbuster exhibition on women's clothing to open with a giant image of a naked lady.

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06/11/2014

Exploring deep space's double

Touching down on the otherworldly landscape that stars as a distant planet in one of the year's most hyped movies.

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06/11/2014

Bars, coke, sex: Life of HK banker

A British banker reveals the darker side of Hong Kong, scene of a recent grisly double-murder, where he and colleagues went on three-day cocaine benders. Leaving the city saved his life.

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06/11/2014

Is ISIS inspiring Australia attacks?

Muslim community leaders in Australia say sectarian tensions are soaring, as radicalized Sunni youth, inspired by ISIS, seek to import the religious conflicts wracking the Middle East.

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06/11/2014

Tourists head for 'Death Railway'

This haunting site recalls thousands of lost lives during WWII.

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05/11/2014

The man who ran from genocide

He was dubbed the "man without a country" who found he was at home running in one ofathletics' toughest events.

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05/11/2014

The Asian definition of beauty

If department stores in Asia are the battle ground for its emerging middle classes, then the cosmetics counter is its front line.

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04/11/2014

The last Costa Concordia victim

Nearly three years after the Costa Concordia cruise ship ran aground off Italy's Giglio Island, the remains of the final victim have been recovered.

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04/11/2014

SEAL commander to SEALs: Seal it

The head of Naval Warfare Special Command had warned Navy SEALs against betraying their promise to maintain secrecy just days ahead of a SEAL's "60 Minutes" interview defending his publication of details from the Osama bin Laden mission.

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04/11/2014

Man: I was 'idiot' to surf dead whale

An Australian man who "surfed" a floating whale carcass surrounded by sharks has admitted that he was an "idiot" to attempt the foolhardy feat.

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03/11/2014

Spanish town defined by dining

Global gourmets frequentlyplace San Sebastian atop their culinary bucket list -- and that's before they've tried the local tapas.

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03/11/2014

Children caught in ISIS slaughter

ISIS militants killed more than 300 members of a Sunni tribe in a recent series of executions, the Iraqi government said Monday.

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03/11/2014

Grisly murders stun Hong Kong

A foreign man, whom local media identified as British, has been arrested after the bodies of two women were found at a high-end Hong Kong apartment -- one of them hidden inside a suitcase.

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03/11/2014

Medieval doodles full of humor

My personal favorite is this. At the top of a page of angular medieval text -- full of theological extrapolations and religious devotion -- is a cartoon of a deadpan dog.

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03/11/2014

'Most sensitive kilometer on Earth'

Tension in Jerusalem is at its greatest since the end of the second intifada, or Palestinian uprising, 10 years ago -- stoked by a rash of what some call hate crimes and others acts of terror.

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31/10/2014

Sistine Chapel gets makeover

High above the altar in the Vatican's Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo's masterpiece fresco is being seen in a new light.

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30/10/2014

They really don't like each other

Barack Obama and Benjamin Netanyahu haven't liked each other for years -- they just aren't bothering to hide it anymore.

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30/10/2014

Drone-maker takes 'selfies' to skies

What comes in a white cardboard box, weighs little more than a kilogram and can be purchased in a few clicks from Amazon?

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30/10/2014

5 amazing places in Iran

It might not be on everyone's travel radar, but Iran has a well-worn tourist circuit, encompassing attractions in the ancient cities of Shiraz and Isfahan.

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30/10/2014

Tiny gaping mouth wins top photo

The true test of patience is peering for hours into a microscope waiting for a rotifer to open its mouth so you can snap a quick photo.

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29/10/2014

The last kings of Africa

In Africa, royalty is an endangered species. Alfred Weidinger is on a mission to photograph the last remaining.

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29/10/2014

Extravagant presidential palaces

A look through some of the most exquisite residences of leaders from across the world.

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29/10/2014

Worst public transit for women?

Alarming findings related to women's safety have come to light with the release of a Thomson Reuters Foundation survey that looks at harassment on public transportation systems in the world's largest cities.

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29/10/2014

Photos that defy perspective

It all started when she kissed the Great Sphinx of Giza.

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28/10/2014

King Tut's 'virtual autopsy' surprises

King Tutankhamun's golden, mummified remains tell only a partial story of an ancient Egyptian boy king who died under mysterious circumstances.

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28/10/2014

Scott's Antarctica notebook found

A century-old photographer's notebook has been found in the ice at one of Robert Falcon Scott's expedition bases in Antarctica.

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28/10/2014

To North Korea, from 'human scum'

In North Korea's utopian society, the very words "human rights" do not need to exist -- because it's so perfect, the regime maintains.

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28/10/2014

Zakaria: Problem within Islam

When the news flashed last week that a man had shot and killed a Canadian soldier in front of the National War Memorial in Canada, what most people were wondering -- but notsaying out loud -- was, "Is it another radical Muslim?"

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28/10/2014

6 things about Iran hostage crisis

It has been 35 years since a group of Iranian students stormed the U.S. Embassy in Tehran and took a group of Americans hostage. You have seen this story play out in movies like "Argo" and shows like "Homeland," but here are six things about the Iran hostage crisis that you may not have known.

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28/10/2014

The factory people pay to see

At Volkswagen's Dresden plant, car manufacture becomes a public performance.

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27/10/2014

The green sports car

Zero to sixty miles in 2.5 seconds. 887 horse power. And a price tag of $1 million.

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26/10/2014

And the best airline food is...

There can't be many people who choose their flight on the quality of its catering -- but those who do should check out these awards.

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24/10/2014

5 can't-miss Tanzania moments

Tanzania is far more than just a spot to climb the world's tallest freestanding mountain.

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24/10/2014

This parasite keeps millions poor

One of the most debilitating medical conditions in sub-Saharan Africa isn't fatal. In fact, it's easily curable. The culprit is small, but its impact is big. The chigoe flea, more commonly known as a jigger, typically burrows itself into the feet and hands. It prevents millions of children from attending school, stops farmers from working their land, and makes walking all but unbearable.

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24/10/2014

Diwali celebrations light up India

Around the world, Indians are celebrating the festival of lights with fireworks and candles. Here's a look at some of this week's India festivities.

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23/10/2014

ISIS threatens priceless heritage

ISIS is threatening priceless cultural artifacts, particularly in the ancient city of Hatra, says the director of the Iraq National Museum in Baghdad.

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23/10/2014

Clues to Stone Age mating

DNA from a 45,000-year-old leg bone is giving scientists a better idea of when modern humans first started mating with Neanderthals.

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23/10/2014

What an Ebola survivor looks like

Getty photographer John Moore took beautiful portraits of Ebola survivors

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22/10/2014

10 pics to change how you see China

Contemporary Chinese art is a formidable force in today's art market and a thorny jungle for the uninitiated. Expert Wu Hung, the founder of the Center for the Art of East Asia at the University of Chicago, has chosen 10 stunning works that can systematically introduce China's recent art movements and must-know avant-garde artists from the 1970s to the 2000s.

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22/10/2014

Pay off poachers, save wildlife

In Namibia, the question of who owns the wildlife has often been fraught with difficulties.

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22/10/2014

Ebola fears cripple safaris

With travel to Africa poised to hit all-time highs in 2014, a drop-off in travel bookings was the last thing the continent's lucrative safari industry thought it would be facing going into 2015.

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22/10/2014

Boko Haram victim: I cried for help

With every attack by Islamist militants in northern Nigeria, Daniel Ayuba relives a nightmare.

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21/10/2014

How Victorians dressed for death

150 years ago, you really had to wear your grief on your sleeve.

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21/10/2014

Mysterious space mission ends

Whatever it was doing up in space, we may never know, but the U.S. Air Force's unmanned X-37B space plane returned to Earth this week, with still no details from the military on the nearly two-year mission.

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21/10/2014

What a shot! 35 amazing sports photos

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21/10/2014

Only 6 northern white rhinos left

Unique? Suni was only one of seven northern whites left in the world. Now he's dead.

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20/10/2014

What we learn from ISIS magazine

ISIS is looking to take over a good chunk of the Middle East -- if not the entire Muslim world, write Peter Bergen and Emily Schneider.

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20/10/2014

World's worst airport in 2014 is ...

After topping the notorious list three years in a row, Manila's Ninoy Aquino International Airport is no longer the world's worst airport.

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20/10/2014

And baby makes 4

April, come she will. Or he. While we don't yet know the gender of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's second baby, we now know the royal couple will become parents in April 2015.

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19/10/2014

Daredevils risk lives for perfect shot

Cityscapes are usually breathtaking, but finding a good vantage point in a new town can be tough.

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19/10/2014

Rocket-powered toy in stratosphere

A British team is set to launch a 3D-printed, rocket-powered space plane into the stratosphere. CNN's Jim Boulden report

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19/10/2014

Photographer battles stereotypes

Kurbanjan Samat, a 32-year-old Uyghur photographer, wants to dispel the stereotypes he says many Chinese hold about people from his home region -- an ethnically diverse province in China's far west.

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14/10/2014

Why a feminist converted to Islam

I am a Muslim, but I wasn't always. I converted to Islam in November 2001, two months after 9/11.

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11/10/2014

Mississippi State Stifles Auburn to Beat Third Straight Top-10 Team - New York Times


New York Times

Mississippi State Stifles Auburn to Beat Third Straight Top-10 Team
New York Times
Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott, center, ran for a 15-yard touchdown in the first half Saturday. Prescott rushed for 121 yards and two touchdowns. Credit Rogelio V. Solis/Associated Press. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the ...
After Mississippi State's biggest win, can Bulldogs keep Dan Mullen?CBSSports.com
Mississippi State beats Auburn Bulldogs should be nations No 1 teamFOXSports.com
Mississippi State routs Auburn to send fans into delirium, set sights even higherWashington Post
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11/10/2014

Baylor Tops TCU, Overcoming 21-Point Deficit in 11-Minute Whirl - New York Times


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Baylor Tops TCU, Overcoming 21-Point Deficit in 11-Minute Whirl
New York Times
Baylor's Chris Callahan, left, after kicking the winning field goal as time ran out Saturday. Credit Tom Pennington/Getty Images. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story Share This Page. Continue ...
Bryce Petty looks like a Day 2 NFL draft pick despite rallying BaylorSportingNews.com
Art Briles: Baylor's comeback win over TCU proves'we are here to stay'Dallas Morning News
Baylor overwhelms exhausted TCU in fourth quarter for 61-58 victoryFort Worth Star Telegram
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11/10/2014

19th Time's the Charm: Poland Tops Germany - New York Times


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19th Time's the Charm: Poland Tops Germany
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Poland's goalkeeper, Wojciech Szczesny, making a save against Germany on Saturday in Warsaw. Credit Andrzej Iwanczuk/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the ...
Poland secures first win over World Cup champ Germany in Euro qualifierVancouver Sun
Poland 2 Germany 0: Blow for Scots as history is madeHerald Scotland
Loew demands Germany bounce back against IrishBangkok Post
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11/10/2014

Orioles on ropes after sluggers, starters can't go long - USA TODAY


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Orioles on ropes after sluggers, starters can't go long
USA TODAY
BALTIMORE - Reset? Try regroup, too. The Baltimore Orioles knew they were headed to a different sort of baseball beginning Monday in Kansas City. What they desperately wanted to – and couldn't – avoid was facing a 2-0 deficit in the American League ...
ALCS Game 2: Orioles hope to wake up from nightmare that is the Kansas City...Washington Post
Photo gallery: ALCS game two, Royals 6, Orioles 4, final inningsKansas City Star
Royals are kings of road, win again at Baltimore for 2-0 ALCS leadLos Angeles Times
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11/10/2014

Cal's'Bear-Raid'Offense Sounds No Alarm For Huskies - CBS Local


Cal's'Bear-Raid' Offense Sounds No Alarm For Huskies
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BERKELEY, CA – OCTOBER 11: Defensive lineman Taniela Tupou #90 of the Washington Huskies rushes to recover a fumble by quarterback Jared Goff #16 of the California Golden Bears during the first quarter of their game on October 11, 2014 at ...

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11/10/2014

Cardinals add Pierzynski, Giants set to add Morse - SFGate


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Cardinals add Pierzynski, Giants set to add Morse
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Photo: Charlie Neibergall, AP A tarp covers the infield in Busch Stadium, Friday, Oct. 10, 2014, in St. Louis. The St. Louis Cardinals and the San Francisco Giants are scheduled to start the NL Championship Series on Saturday in St. Louis. A tarp covers the ...
After deflecting elbow concerns, Waino off his gameMLB.com
Defense, luck not helping Adam Wainwright in Game 1CBSSports.com
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11/10/2014

Bae takes lead with late rally - Tampabay.com


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Bae takes lead with late rally
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NAPA, Calif. — Bae Sang-moon took the lead early and expanded it Saturday in the Frys.com Open, closing with three big putts for 7-under 65 and a four-shot lead going into today's final round. Matt Kuchar and Brooks Koepka got back into contention, but ...
Bae builds 4-stroke lead at Frys.com OpenNapa Valley Register
Sang-Moon Bae takes 4-shot lead at Frys, with Kuchar lurkingSFGate (blog)
Golf-Late surge gives Korean Bae four-stroke lead in NapaReuters
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11/10/2014

Preview: Capitals at Bruins - Reuters


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Preview:Capitals at Bruins
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Coming off a season in which they won the Presidents' Trophy, the Boston Bruins are trying to get their offense untracked as they prepare to host the Washington Capitals on Saturday. The Bruins amassed an Eastern Conference-best 261 goals last season, ...
Recap: Boston vs. WashingtonMiamiHerald.com
Alex Ovechkin, Capitals blank the BruinsBoston Globe
NHL game roundup: Trotz earns first win as Caps coachWPTZ The Champlain Valley
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11/10/2014

Inside the Flyers: NHL botches Pronger's hiring - Philly.com


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Inside the Flyers: NHL botches Pronger's hiring
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Chris Pronger talks about the progress of his recovery from concussions at a press conference on March 7, 2013 at the Flyers Skatezone in Voorhees Two., NJ. (Photo by Curt Hudson). Travel Deals. $2499 -- Greek Isles: 14 Nights w/Oceanview, Drinks& Tips.
Flyers GM Ron Hextall on Chris Pronger working for NHL:'I tried' to eliminate...The Star-Ledger
Hextall: Pronger's new job no conflict of interestThe Intelligencer
NHL notes: Pronger officially joins NHL department of player safetyToronto Sun
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11/10/2014

US Men's National Team draws Ecuador 1-1 as Landon Donovan caps off ... - Soccerwire.com


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EAST HARTFORD, Conn. (via ussoccer.com) – U.S. Men's National Team forward Landon Donovan concluded his historic international career during a 1-1 tie against Ecuador in front of 36,265 fans at Rentschler Field. Donovan concludes his 15-year ...
Life Comes Next Moment: USA settles for draw with Ecuador in Landon...SI.com
WATCH: Landon Donovan leads American Outlaws in"I Believe That We Will...MLSsoccer.com
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10/10/2014

Grassroots football in crisis - Dyke

FA chairman Greg Dyke says training facilities need a £250m investment with the grassroots game "in a degree of crisis".

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10/10/2014

VIDEO: O'Neill and Davis relish Faroes test

Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill and captain Steven Davis are looking forward to the Euro 2016 qualifier against the Faroe Islands.

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10/10/2014

Saudi Arabia v Uruguay

Barcelona striker Luis Suarez is making his first appearance for Uruguay since receiving a ban for biting at the World Cup.

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10/10/2014

Leeds Rhinos chief executive fined

Leeds Rhinos chief executive Gary Hetherington is fined £1,000 by an independent operational rules tribunal.

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10/10/2014

Safety changes after Bianchi crash

The FIA is looking at steps to ensure drivers slow down more than they currently do following Jules Bianchi's crash on Sunday.

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10/10/2014

Djokovic to face Federer in Shanghai

Novak Djokovic says both he and Roger Federer will need to produce their 'A' game in the Shanghai Masters semi-finals.

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10/10/2014

Northern Ireland v Faroe Islands

Niall McGinn is expected to start in Northern Ireland's Euro 2016 qualifier against the Faroe Islands on Saturday.

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10/10/2014

'Pietersen issue sorted over a beer'

Matthew Hoggard says former England team-mate Kevin Pietersen's behaviour 'grated' on him during the 2006-07 Ashes.

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10/10/2014

Milan director wants Euro wildcards

AC Milan director Umberto Gandini believes Champions League wildcards would ensure Europe's biggest clubs do not miss out.

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10/10/2014

Fragapane 10th in debut World final

Glasgow 2014 gold medallist Claudia Fragapane finished 10th in her first World championship all-around final in Nanning, China.

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10/10/2014

Strachan upbeat on Scotland progress

Manager Gordon Strachan believes Scotland are in "a good place" ahead of the Euro 2016 qualifier against Georgia.

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10/10/2014

O'Neill fears Republic complacency

Martin O'Neill tells his Republic of Ireland players they must not underestimate Gibraltar in their Euro 2016 qualifier.

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10/10/2014

Football fans jailed for Putin chant

A court in Minsk jails eight Ukrainian football fans after they sang an insulting song about Russian President Vladimir Putin at a match.

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10/10/2014

Still scary - When Kilbane met Keane

"He seemed calm and relaxed - but still scary." Kevin Kilbane on interviewing ex-Republic of Ireland team-mate Roy Keane.

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10/10/2014

Gatlin deserves 'redemption' chance

Travis Tygart, who led the Lance Armstrong doping inquiry, says sprinter Justin Gatlin has a right to "redemption".

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10/10/2014

China crisis? Is Argentina's gain Man Utd's loss?

South American teams playing friendlies in far off places is good for business but bad for Premier League clubs, says Tim Vickery.

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10/10/2014

Hamilton sets searing pace in Russia

Lewis Hamilton is in superlative form to set the pace in second practice at the inaugural Russian Grand Prix.

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10/10/2014

Redding to rejoin former MotoGP team

British rider Scott Redding will rejoin his old Marc VDS team in 2015, their first season in MotoGP.

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10/10/2014

Portsmouth aiming for America's Cup

Portsmouth hopes to play host to two preparation events for yachting's 35th America's Cup over the next two summers.

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10/10/2014

Smog threatens Argentina v Brazil

Brazil's friendly against Argentina in China on Saturday is under threat because Beijing is engulfed in smog.

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10/10/2014

McCoy sidelined after Worcester fall

Champion jockey AP McCoy is out of competitive action until next week following Thursday's heavy fall at Worcester.

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10/10/2014

Lancs release Newby&Agathangelou

Lancashire release Oliver Newby after 12 seasons with the club and confirm Andrea Agathangelou's departure.

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10/10/2014

GB women's basketball aiming high

A target of a fully professional women's game within five years is at the heart of a bid to revive British basketball.

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10/10/2014

St Helens, Wigan and their 'bitter hatred'

The rivalry betweenSt Helens and Wigan adds an extra incentive ahead of Saturday's Super League Grand Final.

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10/10/2014

Football will grow in India - Reid

Ex-Sunderland boss Peter Reid says the new Indian Super League can be the start of a new dawn for football in India.

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09/10/2014

Marussia to run one car in Russia

Marussia will run just one car at this weekend's Russian Grand Prix out of respect for Jules Bianchi.

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09/10/2014

Green on life's mental hurdles

British hurdler Jack Green is now dreaming big in America after spending 18 months out of the sport battling depression.

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09/10/2014

The taxi driver who outshone Rooney

Stefan Moore was once compared to Wayne Rooney, but now the taxi driver is a non-league player dreaming of FA Cup glory.

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09/10/2014

'Lightweight opponents pose problem'

The standard of opposition in England’s qualifying group poses challenges for a rebuilding Roy Hodgson, says Phil McNulty.

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09/10/2014

VIDEO: England feeling confident - Rooney

Wayne Rooney says England will travel to Estonia for Sunday's game in "confident" mood after a 5-0 victory over San Marino.

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09/10/2014

VIDEO: Keane: No-one questions Ferguson

Roy Keane tells Football Focus he believes the football world is scared of criticising Sir Alex Ferguson.

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09/10/2014

Missed putt costs Colsaerts record

Belgium's Nicolas Colsaerts comes within millimetres of the first sub-60 round in European Tour history at the Portugal Masters.

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09/10/2014

England U21 v Croatia U21

Preview followed by live coverage of Friday's Euro Under-21 Qualifying game between England U21 and Croatia U21.

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09/10/2014

VIDEO: Republic 'can qualify for Euro 2016'

Republic of Ireland winger Aiden McGeady says there is no reason why his team cannot qualify for Euro 2016.

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09/10/2014

St Helens v Wigan Warriors (Sat)

Team news as St Helens face Wigan Warriors in Saturday's Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford (18:00 BST).

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09/10/2014

Munster v Scarlets (Fri)

Team preview and match detail ahead of Friday's Scrum V live clash between Munster and Scarlets at Thomond Park, Limerick.

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09/10/2014

Murray beaten by Ferrer in Shanghai

British number one Andy Murray is beaten 2-6 6-1 6-2 by Spain's David Ferrer in the third round of the Shanghai Masters.

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09/10/2014

Leicester v Harlequins (Fri)

Leicester Tigers host Harlequins in Friday's Premiership fixture at Welford Road (19:45 BST).

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09/10/2014

Beale suspended over text messages

Kurtley Beale is suspended by the ARU following allegations he sent "deeply offensive" text messages about a team official.

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09/10/2014

Former Tour winner Schleck retires

Ex-Tour de France winner Andy Schleck retires at 29 because of a knee injury sustained when he crashed in London on the 2014 Tour.

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08/10/2014

Ellis devastated over Rio omission

British Para-triathlete Dave Ellis says he is devastated after his category is left out of the 2016 Rio programme.

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08/10/2014

VIDEO: Beating Gibraltar is 'vital' - O'Neill

Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill says a win over Gibraltar in Saturday's Euro 2016 qualifier is of "vital importance" to his squad's campaign.

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08/10/2014

VIDEO: Wasps Coventry move excites Haskell

Wasps director of rugby Dai Young and club captain James Haskell are both excited for the future after the club announced it will move to Coventry in December.

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08/10/2014

VIDEO: Henderson stuns Hart with shot

England and Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson scores an impressive volley in training at St. George's Park on Tuesday.

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08/10/2014

Carlin mulling over coach options

Commonwealth and double European champion Jazz Carlin is yet to decide on her future coaching set-up.

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07/10/2014

VIDEO: Football in India ready to 'explode'

Ex-Liverpool midfielder Luis Garcia explains why he has joined Atletico Kolkata in the newly-formed Indian Super League.

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07/10/2014

VIDEO: I'll embrace Masters pressure - McIlroy

World number one Rory McIlroy says he will thrive on the hype that will surround his bid to complete a career Grand Slam at next year's Masters in Augusta.

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07/10/2014

'Big problem' over Gatlin nomination

Double-Olympic champion Lord Coe says he is "not comfortable" with Justin Gatlin's nomination for World Athlete of the Year.

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06/10/2014

'Move Olympics' for 2022 World Cup

Europe's top football clubs say the 2022 Winter Olympics may have to be moved to accommodate the World Cup in Qatar that year.

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05/10/2014

Mourinho and Wenger square up as Chelsea stays top

Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho's uneasy relationship hit a new low as their ugly managerial spat overshadowed Chelsea's 2-0 win over Arsenal Sunday to extend its lead at the top of the English Premier League.

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05/10/2014

Typhoon Phanfone bears down on Japan, with Tokyo in its path

Typhoon Phanfone was churning north Sunday toward Japan's southern tip with sustained winds as powerful as 185 kph.

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04/10/2014

What leads young jihadis to fight?

Hundreds of young British men are thought to have joined the conflict in Iraq and Syria. CNN's Karl Penhaul hears of tragic consequences.

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04/10/2014

Former Haitian dictator 'Baby Doc' Duvalier dies at 63

Former Haitian dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier died of a heart attack in Port-au-Prince at the age of 63, a family member told CNN Saturday.

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04/10/2014

The search for MH370: Next phase poised to begin

The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is arguably the greatest mystery in the history of commercial flight, with an extensive search failing to turn up a single piece of definitive evidence of its whereabouts.

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04/10/2014

Bravo! Barca keeper sets new record

Barcelona are known for scoring truckloads of goals, but the Catalan side were celebrating their miserliness on Saturday as goalkeeper Claudio Bravo set a new La Liga record for clean sheets.

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03/10/2014

The week in 35 photos

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02/10/2014

Reporters' photos on the scene

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02/10/2014

Ferdinand: Get ruthless on racism

Get ruthless. That is Rio Ferdinand's message to soccer's authorities in the fight to tackle the scourge of racism.

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02/10/2014

Astonishing photo-realistic portraits

The images you are about to see may shock or confound you. When portraiture looks this realistic, it can be hard to accept that what you see is just paint on a canvas, or ink scratches on a page.

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02/10/2014

Robot prints artist's selfie. In blood

This is a selfie made of blood. Yes, real, straight-from-veins-of-a-human blood. The human you're looking at is Ted Lawson, an artist living in Brooklyn. These are his first blood paintings. Lawson created the works for an upcoming exhibition, The Map Is Not the Territory, opening September 11 at the Joseph Gross Gallery in NYC, and it should be noted that he didn't originally set out to paint with his vital fluids. Then again, who does?

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02/10/2014

Ferdinand defends Ferguson

Rio Ferdinand was one of the world's top defenders -- now he's turned his hand to defending the reputation of his former manager Alex Ferguson.

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02/10/2014

Platini breaks silence over Garcia investigation

Michel Platini has broken his silence over FIFA's refusal to publish the long-awaited report into the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.

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01/10/2014

Real Madrid survives Lugodorets scare

Karim Benzema saves European champions Real Madrid from an embarrassing draw at Bulgarian minnows Ludogorets Razgrad.

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01/10/2014

FIFA own-goal? No women allowed

Sepp Blatter once suggested women footballers should wear tighter shorts -- now his organization, FIFA, has been accused of blatant sexism in its selection of the person to lead an investigation into the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.

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30/09/2014

Is Beyonce crazy in love for PSG?

They're three of the world's biggest superstars -- so how did Beyonce, Jay-Z and David Beckham spend their night in Paris?

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30/09/2014

38 amazing sports photos

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29/09/2014

Meet the 'Defector Girl Boxer'

Choi Hyun Mi remembers her hands always ached in North Korea.

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27/09/2014

Incredible Messi nets 400th career goal

It's a landmark that most players can only dream of, but for Lionel Messi it was just a matter of time.

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27/09/2014

'Come Home Ronaldo' beg Man Utd fans

Given their woeful defending of late you'd think Manchester United fans would want a decent center back to come to the club not another star forward -- albeit one of the world's best.

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25/09/2014

Sepp Blatter is 'not a dictator'

Jerome Champagne, the only candidate currently standing against FIFA president Sepp Blatter, is resolutely refusing to take the gloves off against his rival in the race to decide who will lead football's world governing body.

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25/09/2014

Carter pulls out of Bulgaria return

Two-time World Championship finalist Ali Carter postpones his planned return after undergoing chemotherapy.

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24/09/2014

Soccer 'Spider-Man' faces cancer fight

The world of football has rallied around Jonas Gutierrez as he fights testicular cancer.

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24/09/2014

India's spacecraft reaches Mars

Just days after NASA's Mars orbiter reached the Red Planet, India's first mission could follow suit and make history Wednesday.

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24/09/2014

Five stars in the making

The Champions League is back -- but do you know who the rising stars of this year's competition are likely to be?

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20/09/2014

'New start' for Manchester Utd

"This is the start of the new Manchester United," trumpeted Louis Van Gaal after his expensively rebuilt side kick started its Premier League campaign with a 4-0 victory over Queens Park Rangers at Old Trafford Sunday.

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20/09/2014

Atletico beats Real in Madrid derby

Goals from Tiago and Arda Turan earned Atletico Madrid a 2-1 win over city rivals Real Madrid at the Bernabeu on Saturday.

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19/09/2014

Tycoon learns from football

Entrepreneur Tony Fernandes talks about learning the history of his club Queen's Park Rangers.

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19/09/2014

London's Wembley to host Euro 2020 final

London's Wembley Stadium has been announced as the venue for the final and semifinals of Euro 2020.

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15/09/2014

Can Real end Champions League jinx?

Real Madrid is aiming to become the first team to successfully defend its European Cup title since competition revamp in 1992.

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10/09/2014

Soccer prodigy: Is he too young?

He's just 15 -- but the sky is the limit for a young Norwegian football star who has already represented his country at senior level and is being chased by some of Europe's top clubs.

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01/09/2014

Defender scores, saves penalties

It is a football fairytale even Hollywood scriptwriters might view as stretching the bounds of credibility but, somehow, Ludogorets Razgrad made the European Champions League for the first time in its history on Wednesday.

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01/09/2014

Forgotten man shines for City

Mario Balotelli made most of the headlines prior to Liverpool's game against Manchester City in the Premier League, but it was a forgotten striker who ended up as the star attraction hours later. Stevan Jovetic scored twice in City's 3-1 win.

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28/08/2014

Real draws minnow Ludogorets

After a miraculous playoff win on Wednesday, Bulgarian minnow Ludogorets is rewarded with a dream draw against reigning Champions League holder Real Madrid.

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28/08/2014

Man Utd signs Di Maria

Manchester United clinches the British record signing of Argentina star Angel Di Maria from Real Madrid on a five-year deal -- just before suffering an humiliating defeat to a third flight club in the League Cup.

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27/08/2014

Sanchez delivers for nervy Arsenal

Alexis Sanchez picks the perfect time to score his first goal for Arsenal as the English club edge Turkish side Besiktas to make the European Champions League group stages for the 17th successive season.

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27/08/2014

Can D'Artagnan club upset royalty?

Tiny Spanish club SD Eibar faces tough fight to compete with likes of Real Madrid and Barcelona in La Liga.

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26/08/2014

The man who fixed football confesses

Convicted match fixer Wilson Raj Perumal boasts to CNN of fixing World Cup games adding: "I was on the bench and telling players what to do, giving orders to the coach."

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25/08/2014

Balotelli signs for Liverpool

Mario Balotelli has completed his move from AC Milan to Liverpool for a fee believed to be around $26.5 million.

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22/08/2014

Why Chelsea will win EPL title

Last season Jose Mourinho wrote off the title of hopes of his "little horse" -- but now he has a squad primed to dethrone English Premier League champion Manchester City.

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20/08/2014

Arsenal snatch late win

Arsenal left it late but an injury time goal from Aaron Ramsey was enough to get the better of Crystal Palace and secure a closely fought 2-1 victory on the opening day of the 2014/15 EPL season.

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20/08/2014

Man Utd maximize noodle power

Paint, wine and noodles -- three things which won't help Manchester United on the football pitch, but are helping swell the club's bank balance.

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20/08/2014

Champions Man City win opener

Reigning English Premier League champions Manchester City began the new season as they ended the last, at the top of the table.

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20/08/2014

Suarez loses 'bite' appeal

Luis Suarez will have to wait until late October to make his debut for Spanish club Barcelona after the Court of Arbitration for Sport partially upholds the Uruguay star's ban for biting an opponent on Thursday.

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10/08/2014

Are the Messi rumors true?

CNN's Amanda Davies speaks with FC Barcelona President Josep Maria Bartomeu about star forward Lionel Messi and more.

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07/08/2014

Israeli team attacked by protesters

A preseason soccer match in Austria is abandoned after pro-Palestinian protesters invade the pitch and start attacking players from Israeli team Maccabi Haifa.

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07/08/2014

Barcelona: Why Suarez will not bite

It's been a difficult year for Barcelona on and off the pitch, and the signing of Luis Suarez has only increased the prospect of further controversy -- but president Josep Maria Bartomeu is confident that the Spanish club's "family" approach will prevail.

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01/08/2014

European giants head stateside

Europe's star soccer clubs have booked a summer holiday to the United States -- but this is strictly business not pleasure as they look to cash in on the country's World Cup afterglow.

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31/07/2014

Brazil appoints Dunga as coach

Former World Cup winning captain Dunga is appointed coach of Brazil's national team for the second time, charged with restoring pride after its mauling on home soil.

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30/07/2014

Lampard: 'MLS my next big challenge'

Not content with claiming every major club honor with Chelsea and over a century of caps for England -- now Frank Lampard is relishing a new challenge in MLS with New York City FC.

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30/07/2014

Can French football win Asian hearts?

While many top European clubs are targeting the U.S. market, French football is setting its sights on expanding into Asia -- with China playing a key role.

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29/07/2014

FIFA calls for Italy racism probe

FIFA asks the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) to investigate alleged comments from the front runner to become its next president which referred to African players as "banana eaters."

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04/04/2014

In photos: History of the Cold War

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04/04/2014

Watch landmark Cold War series

The struggle between communism and capitalism defined the second half of the 20th Century. The Cold War pitted east against west, pushing the world to the brink of nuclear war.

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04/06/2007

Russians trail in 2014 Games race

The Austrian city of Salzburg and South Korea's Pyeongchang look to be frontrunners in the race for the 2014 Winter Games after the International Olympic Committee described their concepts as "excellent".

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04/06/2007

Czekaj faces year on the sidelines

Wales winger Chris Czekaj will be out of rugby for up to a year following surgery Monday for a broken right leg he suffered in his side's 31-0 test loss to Australia.

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03/06/2007

Early Nicklaus tutorial pays off for Choi

Read full story for latest details.

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03/06/2007

Sharapova survives three-set epic

World number two Maria Sharapova has to stave off two match points before beating Swiss Patty Schnyder 3-6 6-4 9-7 in an enthralling fourth round match at the French Open on Sunday.Sharapova is taken all the way before joining top seed Justine Henin and 2002 champion Serena Williams in the quarterfinals.

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03/06/2007

Di Luca triumphs in Giro d'Italia

Danilo Di Luca wrapped up overall victory in the Giro d'Italia on Sunday as he safely negotiated the final stage in Milan which was won by star sprinter Alessandro Petachi.

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03/06/2007

Danish fan in court for ref attack

A Danish football fan appeared in court on Sunday after attacking referee Herbert Fandel in the dying moments of Denmark's Euro 2008 qualifying match against Scandinavian rivals Sweden.

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03/06/2007

Federer matches McEnroe's record

Read full story for latest details.

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03/06/2007

Kiwis take 3-0 lead in Vuitton Cup

Read full story for latest details.

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03/06/2007

Gronholm holds off Loeb in Greece

Read full story for latest details.

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03/06/2007

Rossi triumphs again at home event

Valentino Rossi delivered to order in front of his adoring home fans at Mugello to win his sixth successive Italian MotoGP and revitalize his world championship hopes.

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