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Mali suspended amid ECOWAS efforts to restore 'constitutional order'
The bloc of West African nations has suspended Mali’s membership and send a delegation a week after the military ousted the democratically-elected president.
Reports: Barcelona agree deal to sign Neymar in 2014
According to reports on the Cadena SER radio station, the young Brazilian sensation will be teaming up with Messi and co. after the next World Cup.
Leinster sign New Zealand World Cup winner Thorn
The province have announced the signing of the veteran international on a short-term deal.
38 years on, Chile closes Allende case after confirming suicide
The Chilean leader was found dead while defending the presidential palace in the 1973 coup in Chile, in which General Augusto Pinochet seized power.
TV3 announces deal to show Premier League highlights online
TV3 will show highlights of all Premier League action on its website,, on Mondays until the end of the season.
Small turnout for anniversary of Russian 'coup' which led to USSR's collapse
Russia kept the celebrations on the down-low, with neither the president nor prime minister mentioning the anniversary during today’s public appearances.
'Baby Doc' Duvalier arrested by Haitian authorities
Former dictator accused of embezzlement and human rights abuses to be shown the file being brought against him by Haitian prosecutors.
Notorious Haitian dictator returns to "help" country's people
Jean-Claude Duvalier was ousted in revolt in 1986 after he and his father presided over brutal regime reinforced by deadly private militia, the Tonton Macoutes.