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K-League pledges to eliminate match fixing

The head of the K-League on Monday apologized for the escalating

Greece awaits IMF verdict in shadow of continuing protests

The banner flapped in the wind for almost a week surviving the rigours of sun and sudden downpour. But as thousands of Greeks last night flooded into Constitution Square, Athens’ main meeting point, protest ground and central piazza, the fading slogan summed up the mood of the nation at the centre of Europe’s debt crisis. “We […]

Northern Rock should be returned to private sector

The body that looks after the taxpayer’s stakes in the bailed-out banks has formally advised the Treasury to consider selling Northern Rock, the Newcastle-based lender nationalised

Playmobil’s theme park in Malta has captured children’s

Lifesize figures of a farmer and a pirate tower over children at the Playmobil farm where youngsters can ride pigs and a crocodile, “milk” a cow (it’s only water) and ride narrow-waisted horses

Northern Ireland economy to fall behind rest of UK

Northern Ireland’s recession-hit economy will lag behind most of the UK this year, according to a key business survey that is expected to prompt further calls from Belfast politicians

RWE to convert Tilbury power station into biomass plant

Engineering work has begun at a coal-fired power station in Essex that could turn it into the world’s largest biomass plant – burning wood pellets with almost no carbon emissions

Not distracted by Tharanga dope controversy

Sri Lankan seamer Farveez Maharoof has insisted

Europeans Trade Blame Over E.coli Outbreak

Europeans traded blame Monday over the source of a mysterious

Clashes reported in Yemeni capital

Four explosions have been heard in Yemen’s capital, Sanaa, as fighting

India, Pakistan defense secretaries hold talks

Siachen, the world’s highest militarised zone, has been a flash

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