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Nico Hulkenberg to stay at Force India

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German driver Nico Hulkenberg is staying with the Force India team for the 2015 Formula One season, the team announced on Monday.

Andy Murray beats Ferrer in Vienna final

Two-time Grand Slam winner Andy Murray continues his bid to reach the ATP World Tour Finals next month at the Valencia Open fresh from his second tournament victory of the season in Vienna.

First loss for Valencia, Sevilla win

Valencia’s unbeaten start to the season came crashing to an end as they were beaten 3-0 away at struggling Deportivo la Coruna as Sevilla moved into second on Sunday.

Games can stop Euro slide: Simon Clegg

Europe’s decline as an Olympic sporting superpower can be arrested by the European Games which ushers in its inaugural edition next year in Baku, claimed the event’s Chief Operating Officer Simon Cleg

Proteas wary of Kiwi threat

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South Africa open a one-day series against New Zealand on Tuesday looking to strike a psychological blow against the Black Caps ahead of the Cricket World Cup early next year.

Peter Siddle targets Misbah-ul Haq, Younis Khan

Australian pacer Peter Siddle

Australia’s frontline paceman Peter Siddle is targeting the experienced duo of Misbah-ul Haq and Younis Khan in the first Test against Pakistan starting in Dubai on Wednesday.

Australia amnesty to dob in cheats

Cricket Australia on Monday announced an amnesty for anyone coming forward with information relating to match-fixing or doping as it steps up its fight against corruption ahead of the World Cup.

Japan firm showcases Bat-Signal of future

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A free-floating image created by firing lasers into thin air was unveiled in Japan on Monday, offering the possibility one day of projecting messages into a cloudless sky, as seen in Batman.

Japan man jailed for making guns with 3D printer


A Japanese court on Monday jailed a man for two years for making guns with a 3D printer in what is believed to be a first in a nation with strict gun controls.

German pilots go on strike after weekend railway chaos

Lufthansa pilots launched a strike on Monday, deepening Germany’s travel chaos after train drivers stopped work at the weekend just as school holidays began in much of the country.

Five Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) commanders including the militant group’s spokesperson Shahidullah Shahid have announced their oath of allegiance to Abu Bakar al-Baghdadi, self-proclaimed caliph

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