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Looming beer shortage risks leaving England's World Cup fans gasping

LONDON (Reuters) - A shortage of carbon dioxide has hit Britain's biggest brewers and soft drink makers, disrupting production just as drinkers' thirst peaks due to a heatwave and a World Cup soccer tournament in which England is doing unusually well.


Concerned Hamilton says he is trying to go vegan

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Triple Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton says he is trying to go vegan out of concern for the planet, love of animals and his own health.


Owner Tan gambling with Cardiff future

(Reuters) - For a man who once operated Malaysia's most profitable lottery and gambling business, Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan could well be putting the side's Premier League future at stake with his controversial approach to running the organisation.

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Indonesians fear bird flu will deprive them of shuttlecocks

JAKARTA: Badminton-crazy Indone­sia are concerned a deadly bird flu outbreak could claim an unlikely victim – the shuttlecock – officials said yesterday after the government ban­n­ed imports of Chinese duck feathers.

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London organisers promising a tasty Games

LONDON: Toasted tea cakes dripping in Yorkshire butter for breakfast, cod and chips, or maybe a pole and line caught tuna salad washed down with a glass of London 2012 red wine for lunch - spectators at this year's Olympics will not be going hungry.

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IOC official dispels food defense

LONDON (AP) - The IOC's top anti-doping official said he has seen no convincing evidence that athletes can inadvertently test positive for clenbuterol or other banned drugs by eating contaminated meat.