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20 May 2013 : English football witnessed the end of an era on Sunday as Alex Ferguson signed off as Manchester United manager with an extraordinary 5-5 draw at West Bromwich Albion in his 1,500th and final game.
20 May 2013 : Arsenal will be in the Champions League for a 16th successive year after Laurent Koscielny's strike secured a priceless 1-0 win at Newcastle on Sunday.
22 Mar 2013 : FIFA lifted a ban on international football friendlies in Iraqi stadiums on Thursday, permitting matches in Baghdad for the first time since the 2003 US-led invasion, an Iraqi football official said.
22 Mar 2013 : Myanmar must launch an independent investigation into reports of widespread human rights violations, the United Nations' top human rights body said Thursday.
22 Mar 2013 : Thai PBS has assembled a legal team to fight possible criminal charges after police launched an investigation into controversial content screened on its Tob Jote political talk show.
22 Mar 2013 : A nine-year-old boy was killed and 14 people wounded by a bomb that was triggered in front of an ice-cream shop in downtown Pattani Thursday.
22 Mar 2013 : A witness who was staying at Wat Pathum Wanaram during the May 19, 2010 crackdown on red-shirt protesters has told an inquest that fighting between "armed men" and the military took place in front of the temple.
22 Mar 2013 : The Engineering Institute of Thailand (EIT) is calling on the government to rethink its 350-billion-baht water management scheme, saying an overhaul is needed and the project management team must be changed.
22 Mar 2013 : Pheu Thai deputy spokesman Jirayu Huangsap has lost his job over his comment boasting about the party's strong chances of winning the March 3 Bangkok governor election.
22 Mar 2013 : Deputy Commerce Minister Nattawut Saikuar has admitted the government's rice pledging scheme is ridden with debt.
22 Mar 2013 : Three appointed senators have withdrawn their support for a push to amend the charter by sections.
22 Mar 2013 : The next cabinet reshuffle is unlikely to involve a major shakeup in the ruling Pheu Thai Party despite the wishes of ousted leader Thaksin Shinawatra.