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World of woes

The Worldwatch Institute says that time is running out for Man to set things right, Paul Brown reports.

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Liverpool's Murphy rallies the troops after 11-game drought

Danny Murphy has told his Liverpool teammates to follow his example and fight their way out of a slump that has seen the Reds go 11 Premiership games without a win.

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Reputation on the line

Malaysia#8217;s top bowlers will be out to live up to their reputation as the powers of the continent when they compete in the Aviva Asian Tour Grand Slam Finals, which begin today at Cathay Bowl today.

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Spanish King's Cup holders in quarter-finals

Holders Deportivo Coruna breezed their way into the last eight of the King#8217;s Cup with a 4-1 win over Third Division Alicante at the Riazor on Wednesday.

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Cops want elephants out of Bangkok streets

BANGKOK is faced with a jumbo problem. Elephants, about 200 of them, now roam the city's streets, compounding its congestion problems.

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Roaming gazelles a bane to herdsmen

THIS is the story of 30,000 roaming Mongolian gazelles that have forgotten their homes.


Hot on its heels

The mesmerised fans of the world#8217;s most famous boy wizard can now look forward to a definite release date for J.K. Rowling#8217;s fifth Harry Potter book, report BECKY BARROW and DAVID LITTERICK in London.


At the mercy of summer terror

B>N/B>OT even the deployment of Australian troops to the Middle East on Friday for the imminent US-led war with Iraq has put everyone in Canberra so intense as they are today.

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Malaysian can end All-England drought this time

Shuttler Yong Hock Kin will be featuring in his sixth and probably last All-England championships in Birmingham next month and he is seen as a good bet to end Malaysia's long wait for a singles champion in the prestigious tournament.

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Drought affects Royal Melbourne

Greg Norman and Ernie Els, as always, are impressed by Royal Melbourne. But two days away from the start of the Heineken Classic, it#8217;s the club#8217;s general manager who is not entirely pleased with the state of the course.