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Blues, Spurs renew rivalry


Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur will put their Premier League title credentials to the test when they renew their rivalry at White Hart Lane on Saturday.

Iran leader wants nuclear deal within months


Iranian President Hassan Rouhani wants to reach an agreement over the country’s nuclear program within 3 months and has full backing to broker a deal from the country’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei, it was reported Wednesday.

Man City continue riot


Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur breezed into the League Cup fourth round on Tuesday, while Sunderland began life without Paolo Di Canio by beating Peterborough United.

England’s lee gets Record 12-year ban

England’s Stephen Lee was give a record 12-year ban on Wednesday after being found guilty of seven charges of match-fixing, snooker’s world governing body announced.

New Bond novel launched


Flanked by vintage sports cars and glamorous flight attendants, author William Boyd on Wednesday unveiled the new James Bond novel Solo in which he opts for a 1960s settings for 007’s exploits.

A new Aussie car slows when you’re distracted

Australian road safety researchers on Wednesday unveiled a pioneering “attention-powered car” which uses a headset to monitor brain activity and slow acceleration during periods of distraction.

US economy grew 2.5% in second quarter


The US economy grew at an annual rate of 2.5 percent in the second quarter, the Commerce Department said Thursday, leaving its prior estimate unchanged.

FBI releases chilling video of navy yard shooter


The gunman who slaughtered 12 people last week in Washington is seen darting through a navy building like a special forces operator in a chilling video released Wednesday.

Liverpool look to inflict more pain on Man U

Buoyed by Luis Suarez’s return, Liverpool will visit Manchester United in the League Cup on Wednesday eager to inflict more misery on a team reeling from a brutal derby defeat.

Deadly blast hits south Damascus


A deadly blast hit the Tadamun neighbourhood of south Damascus on Tuesday, Syrian state television reported, without immediately giving any casualty figures.

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