Mid-east rumblings cast shadow over Paris, and Malaysia tries to make it a score

AS tension in the Middle East escalates, Paris is beefing up security measures as it enters the final straight ahead of the 33rd Olympic Games in July.

Chief organiser Tony Estanguet, a three-time Olympic gold medallist in canoe, told the media at a press conference to mark the 100-day countdown last week: “We’ve built up a lot of confidence and peace of mind.”

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