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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.