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18 May 2013 : The day after Atletico Madrid ended 14 years of hurt to finally beat Real Madrid 2-1 and lift the Copa del Rey at the Santiago Bernabeu, the Spanish press was left to reflect on a disappointing season for Los Merengues and almost certainly the final chapter in Jose Mourinho's time in charge of Real.
18 May 2013 : Ireland's record points scorer Ronan O'Gara announced his retirement on Saturday to take up a coaching role at French Top 14 side Racing Metro.
29 Mar 2013 : Former world heavyweight challenger Manuel Charr has vowed to donate half his purse to the Syrian peace process if loud-mouthed Brit David Haye will face him in the ring.
29 Mar 2013 : Russia, long described as a black spot in world anti-doping, remains a concern as the clock ticks down to the start of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
29 Mar 2013 : The Iraq and Afghanistan wars will cost the United States between $4-6 trillion in the long term, constraining the government's budget for decades to come, a study said.
29 Mar 2013 : Cambodia's cash-strapped war crimes tribunal has staved off a strike by local staff over unpaid wages that would have further delayed the trial of two Khmer Rouge leaders, officials said on Friday.
29 Mar 2013 : Eighty-three workers were buried after a large-scale landslide hit a mining area in Tibet on Friday, China's state media reported.
29 Mar 2013 : Anti-racism campaigners on Friday urged England's Football Association to take action after some fans taunted Rio and Anton Ferdinand with abusive chants during last week's World Cup qualifier in San Marino.
29 Mar 2013 : Clashes in Bangladesh between police and supporters of the country's biggest Islamic party left five dead on Friday during protests linked to ongoing war crimes trials, police and media said.
29 Mar 2013 : Chinese authorities have detained the brother-in-law of jailed Nobel Peace Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo on a fraud charge, his lawyer said on Friday.
29 Mar 2013 : Myanmar on Friday strongly rejected comments by a senior United Nations official linking the state with recent anti-Muslim riots that have left at least 40 people dead and seen mosques razed in several towns.
29 Mar 2013 : The Government Pharmaceutical Organisation (GPO) defended its vaccine factory construction project on Friday but the Department of Special Investigation plans a further inspection next week.