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‘I’m still alive’ jokes Queen Elizabeth on N. Ireland visit

LONDON: “I’m still alive,” quipped the British monarch Queen Elizabeth when asked about her health, in her first round of public engagements since Britain voted to leave the European Union.


Our best game is yet to come, says Iceland coach

NICE, France (Reuters) - The greatest achievement in Iceland's soccer history came more easily than expected as a lacklustre England failed to put the tournament debutants under any serious pressure, their joint-coach Heimir Hallgrimsson said on Monday.


Soccer fans mock as England dumped out of Europe twice in a week

NICE, France (Reuters) - England scored an ignominious double on Monday, becoming the first country to be dumped out of Europe twice in a week and in the process losing both its prime minister and national soccer team manager.


England's defeat by Iceland a perfectly logical result

NICE, France (Reuters) - England's 2-1 defeat by Iceland at Euro 2016 may have looked like one of the worst reverses in their history yet in many was it was a perfectly logical result.


Iceland stun England with 2-1 win at Euro 2016

NICE, France (Reuters) - Iceland pulled off one of the biggest shocks in European Championship history when they stunned abject England 2-1 on Monday, leading Roy Hodgson to quit and sending the tiny nation into a quarter-final against hosts France.


Italy unchain their attacking hearts

PARIS (Reuters) - Forget Italy's image of Catenaccio (or "door chain defence"). Antonio Conte’s Italy showed in a 2-0 defeat of Spain at Euro 2016 on Monday that they can do unchained attacking football too.


French Open champion labours to three-set defeat of Giorgi

LONDON (Reuters) - French Open champion Garbine Muguruza said she had to play ugly on Monday to negotiate Wimbledon's perilous grass courts and a dangerous opponent.


Spain have bright future despite Euro defeat - Del Bosque

PARIS (Reuters) - Holders Spain may have been inferior in a 2-0 defeat by Italy in the last 16 at Euro 2016 on Monday but their exit did not mark the end of an era and they have a bright future, said coach Vicente Del Bosque


Italy defeat shows Spain's golden era gone for good

PARIS (Reuters) - Like an ailing heavyweight, Spain and their hopes of a third straight European title ended in a tame surrender as their 2-0 defeat by Italy represented the definitive end to a golden era in their foot balling history.


Puchong explosion: Wedding anniversary celebration turns awry for couple

KUALA LUMPUR: A surprise wedding anniversary celebration arranged by a man for his wife ended in tragedy when the couple were injured in an explosion at an entertainment outlet in Puchong on Tuesday.