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(Reuters) - England coach Roy Hodgson can give Wayne Rooney "no guarantees" that he will always pick him for the national team and said the current crop of forwards he has to choose from is the best he has seen during his tenure.
(Reuters) - Michael Cheika has declared his starting 15 for Australia's World Cup bid nailed down but the Wallabies coach is likely to keep everyone guessing until days before their tournament opener against Fiji.
LONDON (Reuters) - The water quality at the Olympic sailing venue in Rio de Janeiro is a serious issue but will be resolved by the time the Games begin next year, Rio Organising Committee president Carlos Nuzman said on Tuesday.
DAMASCUS (Reuters) - The Syrian presidency said on Wednesday any increase in Russian military support to Syria was the result of a request, and President Bashar al-Assad had written to his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in that regard.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Upending conventional wisdom, there is now a strong chance that all the European governments that have accepted or implemented unpopular EU/IMF austerity programmes may be re-elected in the coming months or remain the strongest political force.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Catalonia, a wealthy northeastern Spanish region that wants to hold an independence vote, must respect European treaties on territorial integrity, implying it may have to reapply for EU membership if it seceded.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's main military goal in Syria is to combat terrorism and support the forces of President Bashar al-Assad, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Wednesday.
BRUSSELS: The European Commission aims to shore up the eurozone with a joint international voice for the currency zone, a fiscal advisory board and a network of national wage councils, commision vice-president Valdis Dombrovskis (pic) said.