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15:42 01 February 2015 / updated: 16:33
Serbia’s Djokovic Beats Murray to Win Australian Open Tennis Championship
Montenegro's Kascelan Ashamed for Fan’s Flare Attack on Russian Keeper
Montenegro national football team midfielder Mladen Kascelan was ashamed for incident during the Euro 2016 qualifier when a fan threw a flare hurting Russian goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev.
Montenegro Fan Suspected of Flare Incident Apologizes to Russian Goalkeeper
Montenegro football team fan Luka Lazarevich, suspected of throwing a flare at the Russian goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev, apologized to the football-player for his behavior, Vijesti newspaper reported.
Russia Hosts 18th Deaflympics for First Time
For the first time in the history of the event, the Deaflympics will be held in Russia, when the games open on March 28.
Russia v Montenegro Qualifier Cancelled Due to Fans' Repeated Fire Attack
Qualifier between Russia and Montenegro was cancelled after fans launched one more flare attack.
Russia v Montenegro European Qualifier Resumes Despite Flare Incident
Euro 2016 Group G qualifier resumed after a suspension caused by a flare attack by a fan.
Russia v Montenegro European Qualifier Suspended Over Flare Incident
Euro 2016 Group G qualifier between Russia and Montenegro was suspended after Russian goalkeeper was hit by a flare.
Platini Re-Elected as UEFA President for Third Term
Michel Platini became UEFA president in 2007. Before that, he was a prominent football player, and he then went on to have a successful coaching career.
World Cup Knockout: German Company Investigating Brazilian Bribery Claims
German construction company Bilfinger has launched a "comprehensive investigation" looking into claims that employees in Brazil paid bribes to local public officials for projects connected to host cities of the 2014 football World Cup.
FIFA President Blatter Says 2018 Russia World Cup May Stabilize Region
FIFA President Sepp Blatter urged the European parliament to end "political interference" in sporting matters.
Germany Nominates Hamburg as Official Bidder for 2024 Summer Olympics
The German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) nominated Hamburg as a candidate city for the 2024 Summer Games.
Pavel Bure Nominated International Hockey League of Legends President
Russian hockey legend Pavel Bure was nominated as the International Hockey League of Legends president.
Russian Yurlova Wins Gold at World Biathlon Championship
The Russian team's Ekaterina Yurlova won gold at the individual 15 kilometer rally in the World Biathlon Championship in Finland on Wednesday, with Czech Soukalova winning silver and Finnish Makarainen getting bronze.
Formula One's Fernando Alonso Wakes Up From Crash Thinking It's 1995
Having suffered a concussion during to a car crash in February, Formula One driver Fernando Alonso woke up in the hospital thinking it was 1995.
Bundesliga Game in Doubt As Terror Threat Looms
A showdown on Sunday between the German Bundesliga’s SV Werder Bremen and VfL Wolfsburg football clubs may be canceled over a perceived threat of a terror attack by Islamist radicals, Bild newspaper reported.
Sochi Olympic Games Made $53Mln Profit – IOC
The Sochi Olympic Games were held February 7-23, 2014 and were the first Winter Olympics held in Russia.
English Football Hit by More Racism Claims Following Anti-Semitic Chant
English football has been hit with its second racism scandal in a week, following the release of footage showing a group of supporters, thought to be fans of London-based club West Ham, singing anti-Semitic chants, sparking debate about whether there is widespread racism in the game.
Russian Daredevil Makes Terrifying Base Jump From Kilimanjaro (VIDEO)
A 50-year-old Russian extreme mountaineer has made history once again.
Texas Basketball Fans Hold Up White Power Signs
A basketball game between Flower Mound and Plano East High Schools in Texas goes viral on Twitter when supporters of the Home Team, Flower Mound, held up signs reading “White” and “Power”.
Lipnitskaya's Way to Conquer World
One year ago at the Sochi Olympic Games 2014 Yulia Lipnitskaya became the youngest European champion winning the hearts of millions worldwide with her "Schindler's List" routine.
GoPro Snowboarder Catches Avalanche (VIDEO)
A snowboarder’s smooth voyage had turned into a terrifying nightmare.
Gold Slides Again as US Inches Towards Monetary Tightening
Lufthansa Fears Second U4 9525 Black Box May Never Be Found
P5+1, Iran Nuclear Program Talks in Lausanne Positive, Results Premature
Global Stocks Advance on China Stimulus Expectations, Oil Drops Further
Truck Crash in Florida Kills Eight
Russia to Help Palestine Become Independent State – Putin
Six Million Euros for Freedom: Russia Unveils Flying House Project
Navy Jets Carrying Extra Fuel Can't Launch from New Aircraft Carrier
It's Worse Than You Thought: The 'Kremlin Troll Army' Exposed
Russian Combat Robots to Be on Display at Army 2015 Forum
When World Goes Dark: Earth Hour 2015
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Has the recent spate of airline crashes changed your attitude to air travel?
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