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Team Panasonic Toyota Racing have spared no expenses to avoid another repeat of their disappointing result in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.
The Dakar Rally, an 11,000km race in cars, motorbikes and trucks through Europe and West Africa, has reverted to a more classic route for its 2004 edition.
On planes, trains, trucks and buses, Greece's stray dogs are being transported to new homes abroad by animal advocates who fear the mutts may be harmed if left to roam the streets.
Thousands of miles from Portugal, East Timor will be passionately supporting their former colonial masters in today's Euro 2004 final against Greece.
Guinea's President Lansana Conte has rewarded the national soccer team with gifts of two tractors and land to show his appreciation after they routed Botswana 4-0 to move to the top of their World Cup qualifying group.
The sleepy town of Kangar came abuzz as Perlis fans turned up in droves to welcome home their Malaysia Cup heroes yesterday. The usually quiet streets, even those leading to Kangar, was buzzing with activities, as people of all ages came out to show their support for the team, who achieved a historic feat by winning the coveted Malaysia Cup the night before.
Test cricket's second most successful bowler Muttiah Muralitharan is leading from the front to feed the poor in his native Sri Lanka who were rendered homeless by last month's killer tidal waves.
Twice world rally champion Carlos Sainz faces the potential dangers of desert sandstorms, towering dunes and the threat of armed bandits when he makes his Dakar debut this weekend.
Hundreds of people gathered in downtown Lisbon early yesterday to witness the start of the 28th Dakar Rally.
Grass from Holland always had a special significance for those Germans who ventured across the border to Amsterdam and other Dutch towns in search of coffee shops where marijuana was a featured item on the menu.