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JERUSALEM (Reuters) - A group of Jerusalem soccer supporters who were fed up with the behaviour of their fellow fans have turned their backs on the club they followed and set up a friendlier, more tolerant outfit.
KARACHI: Eight of football’s biggest stars, including Brazilian hero Ronaldinho, will play two exhibition matches in Pakistan this weekend in hopes of attracting more players from the cricket-mad country.
PERTH (Reuters) - Australia's cricket chief has defended the postponement of a test tour of Bangladesh in the wake of the decision by the country's football team to play a World Cup qualifier in the South Asian nation this week.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. government is concerned Islamist militants may be preparing attacks aimed at disrupting the Winter Olympic games in Sochi in February and is offering closer cooperation on security with Russia despite strains earlier this year.
CHANGA BANGYAAL, Pakistan: The mother of one of the Pakistani cricketers disgraced in a bribery scandal said on Wednesday her teenage son's actions were understandable because he was still a child.
KARACHI: Former Pakistan players hailed the side's Twenty20 World Cup win and hoped the victory can go some way towards unifying the troubled nation and restore its position on the international cricket map.
India's field hockey coach Joaquim Carvalho resigned yesterday after the eight-time Olympic champions failed to qualify for the Beijing Games.