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England win to reach World Cup last 16

England will face Norway in the second round of the Women’s World Cup after victory over Colombia ensured they qualified second in Group F. Mark Sampson’s side established control early on and went ahead when Karen Carney scored from close range following Steph Houghton’s free-kick. By the break England were 2-0 up as Fara Williams slammed home a penalty for ... Read More »

South Carolina church shooting: Nine killed in Charleston

Nine people have died in a shooting at a historic African-American church in Charleston in the US state of South Carolina, officials say. City police chief Gregory Mullen said eight of the victims were killed inside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church on Thursday evening, while another person died shortly afterwards. Police are now searching for a white male suspect ... Read More »

Neymar, Carlos Bacca fight after Copa America game, will be suspended

  If Brazil are going to win the 2015 Copa America, they’re probably going to have to win a couple of games without Neymar. He made a headbutting motion towardsColombia defender Jelson Murillo after kicking the ball into Pablo Armero, inciting a skirmish. Carlos Bacca shoved him, making it worse. Both of them got red cards.This is a bigger blow for Brazil ... Read More »

The Turkish club are considering a move for the striker, with his future at Manchester United in doubt

Galatasaray head coach Hamza Hamzaoglu has revealed his interest in bringing Manchester United striker Robin van Persie to Turkey. The player’s future at Old Trafford is unclear, with manager Louis van Gaal thought to be willing to offload his fellow Dutchman in order to make space for a new front man. Italian champions Juventus and fellow Serie A side Lazio ... Read More »

Four of Europe’s biggest clubs are to be investigated over proposals made to the Brazil forward before he moved to Barcelona in a controversial transfer in 2013

Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Manchester City and Real Madrid have all been ordered by a Spanish judge to submit documentation detailing their offers to sign Brazil forward Neymar prior to his move to Barcelona in the summer of 2013 Jose de la Mata Amaya agreed to investigate a complaint by DIS, the Brazilian company that owned a 40 per cent stake of ... Read More »

Jose Pekerman’s men shocked the favourites to bounce back from their loss versus Venezuela on matchday one

Brazil have lost their second Copa America Group C encounter 1-0 to Colombia following Jeison Murillo’s first-half strike. The victory was only Colombia’s third in 28 meetings with Brazil, while they had only beaten their neighbours once before in a competitive fixture – a 2-0 triumph at the 1991 Copa America. Central defender Murillo scored the only goal of the ... Read More »

Full-time: Brazil 0-1 Colombia

After the match with Peru, brazil seems to have lost their form again as shown in the Brazil vs Columbia match. (Goal Scorer was Murillo at 36th mintute of the match) [SOURCE- “goal.com”]   Read More »

The Barcelona attacker will miss Brazil’s final Copa America group stage game after picking up his second booking of the tournament on Wednesday

The Barcelona attacker will miss Brazil’s final Copa America group stage game after picking up his second booking of the tournament on Wednesday Brazil will have to make do without the services of Neymar in their final Copa America group C encounter versus Venezuela due to suspension after the forward picked up his second yellow card of the group stages ... Read More »

ISI held Osama prisoner for 6 yrs, handed over to US: Report

London: Pakistan’s ISI had held Osama Bin Laden prisoner for nearly six years in Abbottabad and handed him over to the US in a staged raid, a media report said today in new controversial account of the al-Qaeda chief’s death. Pulitzer Prize-winning American investigative journalist Seymour Hersh has already termed the official US account of the raid and Osama’s killing ... Read More »

Pak company sold 8 Yamaha engines to 2008 Mumbai attacks facilitator

  Islamabad: A Pakistani company had sold eight Japanese Yamaha engines to one of the 2008 Mumbai attack facilitators who supplied them to terrorists, including Ajmal Kasab, for reaching Mumbai in a dingy, a senior manager of the firm today told an anti-terrorism court. The company’s general manager, one of the two witnesses who testified before the court which is ... Read More »