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  1. 691. news | 05 Dec 2014

    FIS cancels Val d'Isere ski races

    By AFP

    » LAKE LOUISE (CANADA) - Alpine World Cup races scheduled for next week in Val d'Isere have been cancelled because of warm temperatures and a lack of snow, the International Ski Federation (FIS) announced on Thursday.

  2. 692. news | 05 Dec 2014

    Riddick Bowe named to boxing Hall of Fame

    By AFP

    » CANASTOTA (UNITED STATES) - Former undisputed heavyweight world champion Riddick Bowe and ex-lightweight champ Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini were among eight men elected to the International Boxing Hall of Fame on Thursday.

  3. 693. news | 05 Dec 2014

    ILO warns over flatlining wages in developed nations

    By AFP

    » GENEVA - Wages in developed countries are flatlining and even falling in some places, holding down economic growth after the financial crisis and increasing the risk of deflation, the International Labour Organization sa...

  4. 694. news | 05 Dec 2014

    THAI boss unveils take-off plan

    By Amornrat Mahitthirook, Newspaper section: News

    » Struggling national carrier THAI will promote its online ticketing more aggressively rather than giving a quota to sales agents in one of its first moves to turn its finances around, newly appointed Thai Airways Internat...

  5. 695. news | 05 Dec 2014

    UCI delays decision on Astana licence

    By AFP

    » AIGLE (SWITZERLAND) - Doping-scandal tainted Astana must wait another week to find out whether the International Cycling Union (UCI) will grant them a World Tour licence for next season.

  6. 696. news | 04 Dec 2014

    Agassi 'embarrassed' at IPTL flop

    By AFP

    » SINGAPORE - American legend Andre Agassi said he was embarrassed at his International Premier Tennis League cameo on Thursday after he was left out of the final night of action in Singapore.

  7. 697. news | 04 Dec 2014

    Amnesty says police torture thriving in Philippines

    By AFP

    » MANILA - Torture of suspected criminals by police in the Philippines has thrived under the administration of President Benigno Aquino, human rights monitor Amnesty International said Thursday.

  8. 698. news | 04 Dec 2014

    England's Cook gets one-match ban for slow over-rate

    By AFP

    » COLOMBO - England captain Alastair Cook was on Thursday suspended for one match and fined 20 percent of his undisclosed match fees for his team's slow over-rate in the third one-day international against Sri Lanka.

  9. 699. news | 04 Dec 2014

    Philippine police torture rife, AI says

    By AP

    » MANILA — Amnesty International said Thursday that five years after the Philippines passed a law criminalizing torture, the practice continues, with an overstretched police force resorting to “shortcuts” to extract confes...

  10. 700. opinion | 04 Dec 2014

    Postbag: Teacher checks needed


    Newspaper section: News

    » Jack Earnest is correct to raise concerns over the process by which teachers are vetted prior to teaching in the Kingdom; however, it is unfair to say his experience would necessarily be replicated in a quality internati...

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