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Sochi Olympics: What to look out for as speedskating starts
Sochi Olympics: What to look out for as speedskating starts
Ready for some roller derby on ice? Short track speedskating starts on Monday at the Sochi Olympics, promising thrills, chills and spills.
Sochi Olympics kick off with a glitch before fairy tale show
Sochi Olympics kick off with a glitch before fairy tale show
Russia's Winter Games got off to a shaky start on Friday when one of the five Olympic rings failed, but...
Sochi Games: Putin's project of personal importance
Sochi Games: Putin's project of personal importance
With the 2014 Winter Olympics beginning on February 7, Russia's President Vladimir Putin has high hopes that a successful event will enhance...
Sochi Olympic flame lit after world's longest relay
Sochi Olympic flame lit after world's longest relay
The Olympic flame reached Sochi on Wednesday after a record-breaking 65 000km route.
Russia expels US journalist critical of Putin
Russia expels US journalist critical of Putin
Russia has barred a US journalist who is critical of President Vladimir Putin for five years, a move that could upset relations with the United...
Suicide bomber kills at least 13 at Russian train station
Suicide bomber kills at least 13 at Russian train station
A female suicide bomber blew herself up in the entrance hall of a Russian train station on Sunday, killing at least 13 people in the second deadly...
SA should pull out of Winter Olympics in Russia
SA should pull out of Winter Olympics in Russia
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has confirmed that it will punish any athletes who protest Russia's new anti-gay laws and Russia's interior ministry had confirmed that spectators and fans will be subject to the same laws....
Athletes blame hosts for death of luge contestant
Athletes blame hosts for death of luge contestant
The Olympic juggernaut rolls on in Vancouver -- a $6-billion celebration of sporting excellence and Canadian pride that has been seven years in the...
West's impotence laid bare
West's impotence laid bare
Moscow has to take some of the blame. But it is the West's policy of liberal interventionism that has fuelled war in Georgia.

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