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# Case closed

This year
Case against Mbonambi dropped as World Rugby finds insufficient evidence
Tom Curry made two allegations that Mbonambi had used discriminatory language.
All time
Liverpool close investigation into Manchester City spitting allegations
A complaint was made by the visitors following an incident in last month’s 2-2 draw at Anfield.
Fifa ethics committee drops violation case against president
It was determined that there was insufficient evidence to warrant further pursuing the case.
NFL star Antonio Brown will not face prosecution for alleged sexual assault
A statute of limitations issue prevents prosecutors in Pennsylvania from filing charges against the Patriots player.
Sacked nursing home care worker 'found asleep on the job' was not unfairly dismissed - WRC
The worker was found to move chairs out of the view of CCTV cameras.
Mourinho avoids disciplinary action following bizarre bottle-throwing antics
The Man United boss threw a rack containing water bottles at the end of his side’s crucial Champions League win over Young Boys.
Bendtner to serve 50-day prison sentence for assaulting taxi driver after dropping appeal
The Denmark international was found guilty earlier this month after the victim reportedly suffered a broken jaw.
'The result stands': EPCR reject Bath's request for Toulouse replay
The tournament organisers say Irish referee Andrew Brace didn’t end the match early.
Salah avoids prosecution for allegedly using mobile phone while driving
Merseyside Police have confirmed they have insufficient evidence to prosecute the Liverpool star.
Modric given suspended prison sentence in Spanish tax case
The World Cup finalist has been hit with a fine of just over €348,000.
Henry will not be Bordeaux coach, says club president
Bordeaux president Stephane Martin says negotiations with Thierry Henry have ended.
No punishment for Scotland or England over Murrayfield tunnel incident
Six Nations Rugby has concluded its investigation.
'Do I feel pressure to start Joey at 10? No, there's no issues like that at all'
Leo Cullen has dismissed the idea of Joey Carbery having to leave Leinster in search of game time at 10.
Fifa rejects Leicester appeal over signing of €30 million midfielder
Adrien Silva is facing an uncertain few months after Fifa refused to sanction his deadline day transfer.
Cullen: 'Disruption to group is minimal as neither player was due to start'
The Leinster head coach says he had already picked his starting XV for tomorrow before the visa debacle.
There's a very plausible theory that the lyrics of Harry Styles' new song are all about Taylor Swift
Let’s analyse.
No action to be taken over alleged bite on George North
The citing commissioner concluded that no act of foul play was carried out.
Ireland agree to close the roof for Cardiff clash with Wales
Joe Schmidt has opted to go for a shut roof, with scattered showers forecast for Cardiff.
Woman who claimed Donald Trump raped her when she was 13 drops lawsuit
The case has been voluntarily dismissed.
Dublin will not appeal for an All-Ireland final replay
“Very disappointed” Dubs congratulate Cork on their All-Ireland six-in-a-row.
A judge brilliantly dismissed a case against Taylor Swift using Taylor Swift lyrics
Mover over, Judge Judy. We have a new favourite judge.
Neymar: I know nothing of Manchester United
It’s not happening, United fans.
The mystery of Billy Hurley III's missing father has been solved
Almost two weeks after disappearing, Billy Hurley III’s father has been found safe.
What happens if you're imprisoned for a crime you didn't commit?
The Innocence Project came to attention this week after securing a posthumous pardon for Harry Gleeson – but most of their cases are live ones.
Brian Cody really doesn't want to get into talking about Barry Kelly again
Cody was in no mood yesterday to discuss his controversial comments aimed at the All-Ireland final referee.
Gardaí identify body of German man eight years after discovery in Galway woods
After a facial reconstruction image was released to the media in Germany, the man’s brother came forward and DNA profiles confirmed his identity this month.
No more consultations on salary waivers for NAMA/NTMA staff on over €200k
Finance Minister Michael Noonan said there will be no further discussions with three members of staff who refused to waive 15 per cent of their salaries.
No charges for Chelsea fan over 'monkey' gesture
The 28-year-old man was arrested after pictures appeared to show him directing the gesture at Danny Welbeck.
Closure of Armstrong probe could affect federal investigations
After another failed investigation, some are wondering whether the US government should continue the pursuit of athletes who are suspected of cheating with performance-enhancing drugs.
Prosecutors close Armstrong inquiry, no charges
Federal prosecutors in America have dropped their investigation into seven-time Tour de France champion, Lance Armstrong.
Ricky Nixon escapes sex and drugs charges
The man who drove the recruitment of young Irish GAA stars found himself at the centre of a major controversy when footage aired of him in his underwear in the hotel room of a 17-year-old girl.