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Japanese driver Kenjiro Shinozuka was recovering in hospital here overnight on Thursday after surviving an horrific crash in the eighth stage of the Dakar rally.
International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge said Tuesday that a test for human growth hormone could be used at the Athens Olympics in August without the athletes' knowledge.
Police in Vietnam said yesterday they have arrested seven people running an illegal gambling syndicate taking bets on English Premier League matches.
No clear threat had been identified so far that the Athens Olympics had been marked for likely terror attacks, the security chief for the Games organisers (ATHOC) said on Tuesday.
Formula One is taking a risky step away from the traditional European heartland, staging the first race in the Middle East amid terrorist concerns at a barely finished track.
Time is running out for Athens Olympic organisers to set a spectacular dome above the main Games stadium with the deadline for an important part of the work only two days away.