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  • Blatter slams "shameful scenes" at Europa League ties

    27 Feb 2015 : PARIS - FIFA president Sepp Blatter expressed his disappointment on Friday following scenes of racism and violence at Europa League matches in the Netherlands and Ukraine on Thursday.

  • France clash is must win game, says Wales's Charteris

    27 Feb 2015 : ENGHIEN-LES-BAINS (FRANCE) - Wales lock Luke Charteris says Saturday's Six Nations clash against France is a pressure match as both sides desperately need to win.

  • Volkswagen sales and profit hit new records but cautious on 2015

    27 Feb 2015 : FRANKFURT - Volkswagen, Europe's biggest car maker, said Friday it notched up record sales and earnings in 2014 but was cautious for 2015 in face of the emerging market weakness and currency fluctuations.

  • PM jumpstarts high-speed trains

    27 Feb 2015 : After taking high-speed trains in China and Japan, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is considering bringing faster rail service to Thailand.

  • Cycling federation seeks withdrawal of Astana licence over doping

    27 Feb 2015 : LAUSANNE - Cycling The UCI world cycling federation on Friday called for the withdrawal of the racing licence for the Astana team of Tour de France winner Vincenzo Nibali over doping accusations.

  • Alonso insists he'll be back 'very soon'

    27 Feb 2015 : BARCELONA - Two-time Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso has said he expects to be back racing "very soon" despite spending three nights in hospital after suffering concussion in a crash last weekend.

  • Bangladesh activists protest against US blogger's murder

    27 Feb 2015 : DHAKA - Hundreds of protesters rallied in Dhaka on Friday to denounce the murder of a prominent American blogger of Bangladeshi origin hacked to death with machetes after he allegedly received threats from Islamists.

  • Cameron vows justice after media unmask 'Jihadi John'

    27 Feb 2015 : LONDON - Prime Minister David Cameron vowed to defeat jihadists and defended Britain's secret services on Friday after media reports named Islamic State executioner "Jihadi John" as London graduate Mohammed Emwazi.

  • US vows to find 'Jihadi John'

    27 Feb 2015 : WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama's administration has pledged to kill or capture the masked Islamic State militant known as "Jihadi John", who is pictured in videos beheading several hostages including Americans.

  • Referendum required for amendments

    27 Feb 2015 : A referendum will have to be called for any amendment to the new charter that will change the political structure laid down by the new constitution and the 2014 interim charter.

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