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Coke says it improperly influenced Burger King promotion

Coca-Cola Co. admitted that employees rigged a marketing test of Frozen Coke at Burger King Corp. stores three years ago, one of a series of allegations in a whistleblower lawsuit under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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Northern Ireland lose trio to injuries

Northern Ireland have lost three players to injury for Saturday's Euro 2004 qualifier against Greece in Athens.

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Sunderland held to thrilling draw

Sunderland were held to a 3-3 draw by fellow playoff contenders Preston in a thrilling English First Division match at the Stadium of Light on Wednesday.

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Setback for leaders Norwich at Cardiff

First division leaders Norwich City suffered a blow to their promotion hopes when they lost 2-1 at Cardiff City on Saturday.

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Palace beat Sunderland to make playoff final

Crystal Palace defeated Sunderland 5-4 in a penalty shoot-out here on Monday to book their place in the first division play-off final.



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Exhibits tell story of work of Internal Security Department

At the end of a quiet slip road off Whitley Road is a double-storey building which houses a collection of over 800 artefacts, documents and photographs that were once classified secret by the Internal Security Department (ISD).


Going beyond Fowl

He#8217;s known for his wildly popular fantasy series featuring Artemis Fowl. But Eoin Colfer has more to offer than just one genre, discovers DAPHNE LEE.

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Wales coach Hughes believes his men are still in with a chance

Wales' World Cup qualifying hopes are still very much alive despite the disappointing 2-2 draw against Northern Ireland here on Wednesday, manager Mark Hughes insists.

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France, England and Italy all win but Euro champs Greece falter

After a mixed bag of results in Saturday's qualifiers, Europe's major countries asserted their authority on Wednesday with France, England and Italy all winning away.