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Ireland maintains position as part of the world’s top ten most reputable countries
DUBLIN, Ireland - An international survey, the RepTrak study, carried out by the Reputations Agency and Reputation Institute has ranked Ireland as the world’s tenth most reputable country.
Workers must defend SAs freedom and future - Ramaphosa
Welkom - Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on the working class to take a stand in defence of South Africas freedom. He said although significant progress had been made, many workers were
Russia's excuses over ammo sale to Baku 'don't withstand scrutiny'
PanARMENIAN.Net - The Russian sides explanations over the sale of military equipment to Azerbaijan do not withstand scrutiny and are not convincing, deputy chairman of the Republican Party of Armenia
SAs Grace rewrites history books, shoots 62
Royal Birkdale - Branden Grace made history on Saturday when he became the first player ever to shoot a round of 62 in a major in the third round of the British Open at Royal Birkdale. There had been
Terrorism Suspect Extradited to US to Face Trial
An al-Qaida suspect, accused of supporting terrorists, made his initial appearance in a U.S. federal court in Philadelphia Friday, following his extradition from Spain. Ali Charaf Damache was indicted
Africa's top five done deals of the last seven days
Africa's players have proved to be some of the major protagonists of the transfer window so far, and expect many more of the continent's top stars to move between now and the end of Augus
Victor Lindelof looking forward to developing under Jose Mourinho at Man United
Manchester United new boy Victor Lindelof says Jose Mourinho will take his game to another level.A long-standing United target, the 23-year-old was the first player through the Old Trafford
After an acclimation year, Paul Pogba primed for breakout season at Man United
It summarises the incredible recent inflation in transfer fees that less than one year on, Paul Pogba's £89 million transfer fee doesn't sound quite so extraordinary.It is
Swedish Open tie interrupted by man shouting Nazi slogans
The Swedish Open semi-final between Fernando Verdasco and David Ferrer was briefly disrupted on Saturday when a spectator walked on to the court and shouted a Nazi slogan.
Al-Qaeda suspect linked to artist plot extradited to US
Ali Charaf Damache, 52, of Algeria, appeared in a Philadelphia court Friday and will be arraigned next month on charges that he conspired with Americans to kill a Swedish artist, court officials said.
Ferrer dispatches Dolgopolov for Swedish Open title
David Ferrer of Spain defeated Alexandr Dolgopolov of Ukraine 6-4, 6-4 to capture ATP SkiStar Swedish Open in Bastad Sweden on Sunday. The 35-year old needed one hour and 26 minutes -- and seven matc
Man shouts Nazi slogan as Ferrer, Dolgopolov reach Swedish final
David Ferrer of Spain reached the final of the ATP Ski Star Swedish Open on Saturday, but not before a man interrupted his match with fellow Spaniard Fernando Verdasco by shouting a Nazi slogan in Bas
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