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Car bomb mars Northern Ireland power handover
Car bomb mars Northern Ireland power handover
A car bomb in a hijacked taxi exploded near the Northern Ireland headquarters of Britain's MI5 security agency on Monday, clouding the completion...
Two British soldiers killed in Northern Ireland attack
Two British soldiers killed in Northern Ireland attack
Gunmen struck at a British army base in one of Northern Ireland's worst attacks since a 1998 peace deal on Saturday, killing two soldiers and...
Snow closes Europe's airports, schools, offices
Snow closes Europe's airports, schools, offices
Heavy snow disrupted air and rail travel in northern Europe on Monday, halting flights at London's main airport entirely and bringing traffic in...
Kallis takes long-term view after India defeat
Kallis takes long-term view after India defeat
South Africa stand-in skipper Jacques Kallis said the way in which younger players had made their mark eased some of the pain involved in a 2-1...
Tendulkar record leads India to victory
Tendulkar record leads India to victory
Sachin Tendulkar became the first man to score 15 000 one-day international runs as India beat South Africa by six wickets in the second...
Kallis leads Proteas to victory
Kallis leads Proteas to victory
South Africa captain Jacques Kallis's unbeaten 91 saw his side to a four-wicket win over India at Stormont in Belfast on Tuesday in the first of...
South Africa rally against India
South Africa rally against India
Sachin Tendulkar's 99 was the centrepiece of India's 242 for eight in the first one-day international against South Africa at Stormont here...
Illness hits India ahead of SA match
Illness hits India ahead of SA match
India have been struck down by illness on the eve of their opening one-day international against South Africa at Stormont on Tuesday and have had...
SA beat Ireland by 42 runs
SA beat Ireland by 42 runs
South Africa beat Ireland by 42 runs in a one-day international at Stormont on Sunday. Australian-born Alex Cusask took three wickets on his...
Ireland edge Italy in controversial finish
Ireland edge Italy in controversial finish
Ireland struggled to a 23-20 World Cup warm-up win over Italy on Friday in a match that was crowned by two controversial tries in the dying...
Succession questions after Paisley announces departure
Succession questions after Paisley announces departure
Northern Ireland's largest Protestant party scrambled on Wednesday to secure a seamless transfer of power after its firebrand leader, Ian Paisley,...
Tsvangirai vows to end Zim 'darkness'
Tsvangirai vows to end Zim 'darkness'
Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai vowed on Friday to lift his country out of the "darkness" under President Robert Mugabe and voiced...

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