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Kiev and Warsaw get three months to sort out problems

Ukraine has three months to prove its preparations for hosting the 2012 European championship with Poland are on track, UEFA president Michel Platini said on Thursday, adding he felt confident of their success.

Poland rejects U.S. missile shield offer

WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland rejected as insufficient on Friday a U.S. offer to boost its air defences in return for basing a

Belarus blast, not far from leader, wounds 50

MINSK (Reuters) - About 50 people were wounded early on Friday by a home-made bomb that sprayed nuts and bolts into a crowd at an open-air concert in Belarus's capital attended by long-time ruler President Alexander Lukashenko, officials said.

Music in universal harmony

I>Oikyo/Imeans harmony in Bengali and I>taan/Imeans universal melody in Sanskrit. Put together the word I>oikyotaan/Iconjures an aura of universal musical harmony.

UEFA’s Platini in Poland for crunch Euro 2012 talks

UEFA chief Michel Platini arrived in Poland yesterday for crunch talks with the country's leaders, amid concerns over slack preparations for Euro 2012 by the Poles and their Ukrainian co-hosts.

Skipper racing to be fit for Asia Cup

Skipper Ahmad Kazamirul Nasruddin is racing against time to recover from a knee injury to feature in the Junior Asia Cup, which will be held in Hyderabad from July 11-18.

Ivanovic holds on to top spot despite third round exit

ANA Ivanovic will retain her world number one ranking despite the record carnage suffered by the leading Wimbledon women's seeds.

Azizul finishes fourth among 61 competitors in Germany

Track cyclist Azizul Hasni Awang continues to make his rivals take notice of his potential ahead of the Beijing Olympics in August.

Vienna starts big clean up after Spanish party

A day after the Spanish summer night's dream came true with their team's 1-0 win over Germany in the European Championship final in Vienna, cranes, lorries and street cleaners were busy returning the city to normal.

Nazi looted relics returned to former owner's heirs

LONDON (Reuters) - Three ancient medallions looted by the Nazis in World War Two and missing for more than 60 years are being returned to the heirs of the former owner, the Commission for Looted Art in Europe said on Tuesday.