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  • Ex-Olympic champion Ammann back in training

    30 Jan 2015 : GENEVA - Four-time Olympic ski jumping champion Simon Ammann returned to training on Thursday, just two weeks after suffering a serious head injury in a fall at the prestigious Four Hills.

  • Russian teens dominate Euros

    30 Jan 2015 : STOCKHOLM - Russian trio, Elena Radionova, Elizaveta Tuktamysheva and Anna Pogorilaya, all aged between 16 and 18, dominated the women's short programme at the European figure skating championships on Thursday.

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  • Pele off dialysis, remains in intensive care: hospital

    01 Dec 2014 : SAO PAULO - Brazil legend Pele is making good progress and does not require dialysis but remains in intensive care as he battles kidney problems, the Sao Paulo hospital treating him said Monday.

  • India sisters applauded for beating up alleged molesters on a bus

    01 Dec 2014 : Two Indian sisters were showered with praise and cash on Monday after a video of them thrashing three alleged molesters on a moving bus was widely replayed.

  • Catholic Church asks Sri Lanka not to mix pope and politics

    01 Dec 2014 : COLOMBO - The Catholic Church Monday asked Sri Lankan authorities immediately to remove presidential election posters bearing the image of Pope Francis, who is scheduled to visit the island next month.

  • Hong Kong protesters on hunger strike after violent clashes

    01 Dec 2014 : Joshua Wong, the teenage face of Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement, and two other student demonstrators went on hunger strike Monday, raising the stakes after one of the worst nights of violence to hit the demonstrations.

  • Tiananmen dissident Wuer Kaixi to run in Taiwan parliamentary by-election

    01 Dec 2014 : TAIPEI - A leading dissident who fled China after pro-democracy protests were crushed in 1989 said Monday he would stand for Taiwan's parliament in hopes of dealing a "big blow" to Beijing.

  • Chinese chicken farmer finds new life in an orange submarine

    01 Dec 2014 : DANJIANGKOU (CHINA) - In the village where he was born, a Chinese chicken breeder emerged from a lake of green to tell of his life beneath the waves in a homemade orange submarine.

  • Indictment Tues for Koh Tao suspects?

    01 Dec 2014 : Two Myanmar men accused of the brutal slayings of a pair of British backpackers on Koh Tao in September could be indicted as soon as Tuesday, after police submitted additional evidence requested by prosecutors.

  • Peace talks ball in Malaysia's court

    01 Dec 2014 : Malaysia has no problems with Thailand’s lead negotiator in the southern peace talks and will contact insurgency groups ready to engage in peace talks, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha reported after returning from the neighbouring country Monday.

  • Pantani death probe officers threaten to sue

    01 Dec 2014 : RIMINI (ITALY) - Police officers involved in investigating the death of top Italian cyclist Marco Pantani have threatened to start defamation proceedings following a spate of new press reports questioning their professionalism, it emerged Monday.

  • Ailing Caterham F1 team get 2015 boost

    01 Dec 2014 : LONDON - The struggling Caterham outfit have been given special dispensation to compete in next year's world championship with this year's car should a buyer be found for the British-based Formula One team.

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