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# Not so fast

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World Trade Organisation report raises fresh doubts over prospective Saudi takeover of Newcastle
The WTO issued a damning indictment of Saudi Arabia’s role in facilitating pirate TV broadcasts which could have grave implications for the deal.
Real Madrid block Bale China move over fee
The Welshman will be staying at the Santiago Bernabeu for the forseeable future.
'You can't force an athlete to get into the ring' - Contract doesn't guarantee Taylor-Serrano showdown
Lou DiBella doesn’t believe Katie Taylor’s contentious victory was a symptom of corruption, but he also didn’t agree with it.
Mugabe defies resignation expectations in TV speech
He has been in power for nearly four decades.
Micheál Martin says he hasn't changed his mind about Bertie Ahern rejoining Fianna Fáil
Martin said Ahern’s old cumman were ‘mischievous’ in sending the letter of request yesterday.
A Meath farmer unwittingly ended a high-speed Garda chase by blocking the road with his tractor
Justice, Irish style.
Women's relay team the latest Russian athletes to be stripped of Olympic medals
Antonina Krivoshapka has been disqualified from the London Olympics.
Did you get a drone for Christmas? Don't fly it straight away
You should check a few things first before you go on your maiden flight.
British businesses warned against weaseling out of refunding Irish customers
The UK is still subject to European consumer law.
Saudi police find 48,000 cans of Heineken disguised as Pepsi
X-ray scanner found cars, electronics and engines hidden in this truck
The lorry at Dublin Port was destined for West Africa.
Woman forces her way back into her car after man tries to steal it in car park
She had left her car running to open the exit gate of a secure car park when a man got in.
Ministers WILL have to pay water charges for their second homes, after all
The Department of Finance confirmed that a loophole allowing ministers to claim the charges as an expense was set to be closed.
Is the economy all that great? Accountants say maybe not
Almost one in four now think that the economy is stagnating.