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Neymar’s ban appeal dismissed


Brazil’s appeal against Neymar missing their first two South American 2018 World Cup qualifiers this month has been turned down, the Court of Arbitration for Sport said on Friday.

Oregon gunman was enrolled at attacked college

A heavily armed gunman who shot to death an English professor and eight others in an Oregon community college classroom was identified on Friday as a student in the class who previously had been turne

Angela Merkel urges Europe to guard external frontiers

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Europe needed to protect its external frontiers as it faces the greatest influx of refugees since World War II — a crisis that she said was “testing Europe’s mettl

Extend Afghan operatrion by a year: Germany

The German government wants to extend its deployment in Afghanistan for one year initially, German newspaper Welt am Sonntag cited high-ranking Nato sources as saying.

Czechs for action to protect Hungary border

The Czech government has proposed that three central European states send hundreds of troops and police to help protect Hungary’s borders against a migrant influx into Europe’s Schengen passport-free

Awkward absence clouds title-decider in Australia’s AFL

Adam Goodes

Australian Rules football exacts a physical toll on players like few other sports and the game’s retiring gladiators are afforded a public farewell at the season-ending AFL Grand Final with a reverenc

In an Oregon gun shop, President Barack Obama's message does not sit well

US President Barack Obama (Photo: AP)

The gunman, Chris Harper-Mercer, lived in Winston

Plenty of ink has been spilt on the Prime Minister’s recent visit to California where he received a resounding reception from people of Indian origin and from executives at the helm of some of the wor

Mohammad Akhlaq’s horrific killing in Dadri, in western Uttar Pradesh, just outside Delhi, is an act of infamy.