Monthly Archives: November 2014

Groves to lead Wales Sevens

Groves to lead Wales Sevens

Cardiff Blues back row Jevon Groves will skipper Wales in the next two rounds of the World Sevens Series in Dubai and South Africa. Having reached the quarter-finals of the opening round on the Gold Coast in Australia last month, ...

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Ray Rice free to resume NFL career

Ray Rice free to resume NFL career

Ray Rice has won the appeal of his indefinite suspension by the NFL, the players’ union said today. NFL Players Association spokesman George Atallah told The Associated Press in an email that “I can only confirm the suspension has been ...

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Umpire dead after being hit in head by cricket ball

Umpire dead after being hit in head by cricket ball

Israeli police says a 60-year-old man has died after being struck in the face by a ball while working as an umpire at a cricket match in the coastal city of Ashdod. Police spokeswoman Luba Samri says the man was ...

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Hughes' number 64 retired

Hughes' number 64 retired

Cricket Australia has retired playing number 64 worn by the late batsman Phillip Hughes. Hughes died on Thursday after being struck by a bouncer in Sydney. The Australian captain Michael Clarke made an emotional statement on behalf his team and ...

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England beat Wallabies, Wales sink Springboks

England beat Wallabies, Wales sink Springboks

Wales have ended a six-year wait for a southern hemisphere rugby scalp when they beat South Africa 12-6 in Cardiff, while England also beat Australia at Twickenham. Leigh Halfpenny kicked all the points for the Welsh at Millennium Stadium, while ...

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Liverpool edge Stoke to snap losing streak

Liverpool edge Stoke to snap losing streak

English Premier League football leaders Chelsea have been held to a scoreless draw at lowly Sunderland, while Liverpool are back to winning ways, with a 1-0 home win over Stoke City. Chelsea dropped points for only the third time this ...

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Tahiti asks France for nuclear compensation

Tahiti asks France for nuclear compensation

The French Polynesia assembly has adopted a resolution asking France to pay compensation for the environmental damage caused by its nuclear weapons tests. The resolution was tabled by the ruling anti-independence Tahoeraa Huiraatira Party and adopted by 36 of the ...

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India's economy slows, but optimism remains

India's economy slows, but optimism remains

India’s economic growth slowed last quarter, raising the stakes for Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he seeks to push through long-overdue reforms. Gross domestic product grew by 5.3% during the second quarter of India’s fiscal year, down from a 5.7% ...

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Ferguson shooting a tragedy, U.N. torture panel member says

Ferguson shooting a tragedy, U.N. torture panel member says

The events in Ferguson, Missouri, are a “tragedy,” but the U.N. Committee Against Torture “has to respect the decision” of authorities not to prosecute police Officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, committee member Alessio Bruni said ...

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