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World Cup soccer threatened by terrorist attack

World Cup soccer threatened by terrorist attack

Security forces in Chechnya killed four gunmen who attacked a Russian Orthodox church in Grozny on Saturday. The clash also resulted in the death of ...

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Last moments of doomed soccer players

Last moments of doomed soccer players

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Panic in Germany as stadium is evacuated

Panic in Germany as stadium is evacuated

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Muslim athlete refuses to pose with beer

Muslim athlete refuses to pose with beer

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Was football invented in Paraguay?

Was football invented in Paraguay?

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Brazilian streetwalkers to get free English lessons

Brazilian streetwalkers to get free English lessons

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Brazil: cell phones of the dead still ring after horrific nightclub fire

Brazil: cell phones of the dead still ring after horrific nightclub fire

Following the terrible fire at the Kiss nightclub in Santa Maria, Brazil, authorities have taken the 200+ corpses to a gymnasium where their I.D.s and cellphones are placed on their chests to aid identification.

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Mexican football, politics, and a media mogul

Mexican football, politics, and a media mogul

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Soccer in Spain kowtows to Mecca

Soccer in Spain kowtows to Mecca

Spain's Real Madrid football team removed a Christian cross from its official emblem to appease Muslims.

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Muslim militants thwart girl's love of soccer

Muslim militants thwart girl's love of soccer

Muslim militants demanded that the husband of Maymun Muhyadine Mohamed prevent her from playing soccer. When he refused, he was murdered thus beginning the odyessy of the Somalian woman.

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Soccer great Zidane tackles poverty in Mali as UN Goodwill Ambassador

The soccer ace and United Nations Goodwill Ambassador ZinÚdine Zidane has ended a visit to Mali highlighting new anti-poverty tools in the West African country, including a multi-purpose engine that provides affordable power to mill grain, process rice, and recharge batteries.

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Soccer great Ronaldinho aims to score goals in UN campaign against AIDS

The United Nations has a new striker on its team to defeat HIV/AIDS, Brazilian soccer star Ronaldinho, who will now parlay his devastating skills on the sports field into raising awareness among young people worldwide to help block further infections.

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