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Six EU states ready to block climate plan - Poland

WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland has assembled a blocking minority among the European Union members enabling them to stall Brussels' climate package, Polish officials said.

Spurs struggle into UEFA Cup group stage with draw in Poland

Struggling Tottenham drew 1-1 with Wisla Krakow at the Wisly stadium here yesterday to move into the UEFA Cup group stages but had to suffer an anxious final spell in the 3-2 aggregate win.

FIFA warn Poland of World Cup suspension

The Polish government must reinstate the country's football association by Oct 6 or risk being suspended from World Cup qualifiers, world governing body FIFA said on Wednesday.

Six EU states ready to block climate plan - Poland

WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland has assembled a blocking minority among the European Union members enabling them to stall Brussels' climate package, Polish officials said.

Russia hosts German leader to mend ties

ST PETERSBURG, Russia (Reuters) - President Dmitry Medvedev hosts German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday to try to resume

Russian passenger plane in belly landing, no one hurt

MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Russian-operated passenger plane crash-landed at a provincial airport late on Wednesday after its landing gear failed, national news agencies reported, raising fresh concerns about the country's chequered air safety record.

Former champions Feyenoord face early UEFA Cup exit

Of the nine former UEFA Cup winners vying to reach the group stage, Feyenoord are most at risk of an early exit tomorrow as they try to overturn a 1-0 first-leg home defeat by Swedish League leaders Kalmar.

Rizal happy to spend Raya with family and close friends

Track cyclist Rizal Tisin is counting his blessings as he celebrates Hari Raya with his family and close friends in his home town in Banting.

Poland moves closer to euro adoption plebiscite

WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland moved closer to a referendum on the government's plan to adopt the euro on Tuesday as the opposition made clear it would not back necessary constitutional changes in parliament.

Poland risks Euro 2012 over government meddling

Poland risks losing the right to co-host Euro 2012 after FIFA and UEFA said soccer's governing bodies did not recognise the administrator appointed on Monday by the Polish government to run the country's FA.

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