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09 Dec 2013 : The almost seven-decade life of Russian revolution leader Vladimir Lenin's statue in Kiev ended in spectacular fashion, with a half backwards somersault and dive head-first into the ground.
09 Dec 2013 : A fine 84th-minute goal by substitute Gerard Deulofeu earned Everton a 1-1 draw at Arsenal on Sunday that prevented the Premier League leaders from moving seven points clear.
18 Oct 2013 : A young Chinese couple are facing criminal punishment for "selling" their infant daughter and using the proceeds to buy an Apple iPhone, state media said Friday.
18 Oct 2013 : Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger said Friday he wished everything managers said to their players would "remain in the dressing room" as he reacted to the row surrounding Roy Hodgson.
18 Oct 2013 : The All Blacks suffered a double blow on the eve of Saturday's Test against the Wallabies with captain Richie McCaw and wing Cory Jane ruled out after picking up injuries in training.
18 Oct 2013 : Barcelona captain Carles Puyol has been cleared to make his return to action against Osasuna on Saturday after a seven-month absence following two knee operations.
18 Oct 2013 : Former world number one Rory McIlroy overcame five bogeys to get into contention heading into weekend play at the Kolon Korea Open on Friday.
18 Oct 2013 : Pakistan's wicket-keeper Adnan Akmal and Robin Peterson of South Africa have been fined 50 percent of their match fees after a run-in, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said Friday.
18 Oct 2013 : Sweden's Peter Hedblom was the halfway leader of the Perth International on Friday as he sought to win the final tournament on the European Tour to retain his tour card for the 2014 season.
18 Oct 2013 : Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger insisted Friday he is in no hurry to sign a new contract with the Premier League leaders.
18 Oct 2013 : Indian police Friday arrested and questioned 33 people aboard a ship operated by a US anti-piracy firm for carrying guns and ammunition in Indian waters without proper permits, reports said.
18 Oct 2013 : Former Khmer Rouge leaders on trial for crimes against humanity "spilt blood for power" in their quest to make the country a slave state, prosecutors alleged on Friday.