12/03/2018 - 10:32

Afghanistan’s wheelchair basketballers shoot to win

An explosion tore through Nilofar Bayat’s leg when she was just two, but as she spins her wheelchair across a basketball court in Bangkok, the Afghan sportswoman is determined to…

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12/03/2018 - 10:22

Russian football clubs promise peace in Europe after clashes

Moscow clubs are promising supporters will behave perfectly on Thursday when they resume European action after clashes involving Russian supporters in Spain in which a policeman died of a heart…

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12/03/2018 - 10:21

Iraqi women ‘reclaim their rights’ with Mosul marathon

Nearly 300 women ran through the streets of Iraq’s Mosul on Thursday, in a demonstration of their freedoms eight months after the city was retaken from the Islamic State group….

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05/03/2018 - 10:41

South Korean delegation in historic trip to Pyongyang

The most senior South Koreans to travel North for more than a decade headed for Pyongyang Monday on a mission to push for talks between the nuclear-armed regime and the…

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05/03/2018 - 10:32

Jordan skate park puts smile on faces of refugee children

Hair flying in the wind Manar, Amniya and Farida hurtle down the slopes of “7Hills Skate Park” in the Jordanian capital Amman where refugee children come to play. The 650-square-metre…

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05/03/2018 - 10:27

Mata’s ‘Common Goal’ to use football for good

World Cup winner Juan Mata is breaking the mould, challenging the general perception of spoilt, rich footballers and helping to awaken the sport’s social conscience through the Common Goal project….

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