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  • Thai tycoon buys English club

    31 Jan 2015 : LONDON: Sheffield Wednesday, one of England’s oldest clubs who last played in the Premier League 15 years ago, have been taken over by a Thai businessman.

  • Thailand to meet strong Honduras in King’s Cup test

    31 Jan 2015 : Thailand cannot underestimate Honduras when they meet in the King’s Cup although they are just a U20 side, national coach Kiatisak Senamuang said yesterday.

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  • Tiger happy with progress but lots of work to do

    08 Dec 2014 : Tiger Woods was pleased to swing powerfully and without pain in his comeback event, but the former world number one finished the Hero World Challenge with plenty of work ahead.

  • Short-course championships end with 23rd world record

    08 Dec 2014 : DOHA - The world short-course championships came to an end on Sunday with Brazil topping the medal table after five days of action which saw an incredible 23 world records tumble.

  • Gut wins Lake Louise super-G

    08 Dec 2014 : Swiss star Lara Gut won the season-opening World Cup super-G race Sunday, topping runner-up Lindsey Vonn who appears to be back to her old self after a second-straight podium finish.

  • Giant Philippine storms show climate change threat: Greenpeace

    08 Dec 2014 : Greenpeace global chief Kumi Naidoo said Sunday increasingly violent storms hitting the Philippines showed the world had to act on climate change, as Typhoon Hagupit barrelled across the country.

  • Syria accuses Israel of bombing Damascus airport

    08 Dec 2014 : Syria accused Israel of bombing its main international airport as the UN announced talks with rebel leaders on a ceasefire in its war-battered second city of Aleppo.

  • Greece passes budget that pits optimists against creditors

    08 Dec 2014 : The Greek parliament early Monday adopted a budget for 2015 that was a victory for politicians ready to celebrate the glimmer of returned growth over warnings from international creditors that such a move may be premature.

  • 210kph typhoon kills 2 in Philippines

    08 Dec 2014 : MANILA - Typhoon Hagupit tore apart homes and dumped fierce rains across the eastern Philippines on Sunday, killing at least two people while creating more misery for millions after a barrage of deadly disasters.

  • Peerless Dutch women break fourth world record

    08 Dec 2014 : DOHA - The Netherlands set a new world record of 1min 34.24secs in the women's 4x50m freestyle relay en route to victory in the opening final of the concluding session at the World Short-Course Swimming Championships in Doha.

  • IOC chief says reform or die

    08 Dec 2014 : MONACO - The Olympic movement must bolster its credibility and transform its money-spinning Games before it is forced to change, IOC leader Thomas Bach warned Sunday ahead of votes on major reforms.

  • Australian scientists announce solar energy breakthrough

    08 Dec 2014 : SYDNEY - Australian scientists said Monday they had made a breakthrough in increasing the efficiency of solar panels, which they hope could eventually lead to cheaper sources of renewable energy.

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