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Assad gets 7 days to give details of chemical arms

The United States and Russia on Saturday agreed on an ambitious plan to eliminate Syria’s chemical weapons by the middle of next year.

Chatara bowls Zimbabwe to victory

Fast bowler Tendai Chatara took five wickets as Zimbabwe pulled off a dramatic 24-run win on the fifth day of the second and final Test against Pakistan at the Harare Sports Club on Saturday.

PSG down Bordeaux to go on top

Paris Saint-Germain, though provisionally, went top of the French league table on Friday night with a comfortable 2-0 away win at Bordeaux.

Bayern triumph

Bayern Munich topped the Bundesliga for the first time this season with a 2-0 win over Hanover 96 on Saturday as they prepare to defend their Champions League title.

Rooney returns to sink Palace


Wayne Rooney returned to give Manchester United manager David Moyes his first win at Old Trafford as the champions beat Crystal Palace 2-0, while Mesut Ozil marked his debut by inspiring Arsenal to a 3-1 triumph at Sunderland Saturday.

Magical 59 has Furyk in joint lead

Jim Furyk fired the sixth 59 in US PGA Tour history, reaching golf’s magic number in the second round of the BMW Championship.

Suicide blast kills three Afghan civilians


A Taliban suicide bomber killed three civilians in southern Afghanistan on Saturday when he detonated explosives in a failed attempt to target foreign forces fighting the Islamist insurgents, officials said.

Losing power hits “like a fist”, says Julia Gillard


Losing power was like being “hit by a fist”, Australia’s first female prime minister Julia Gillard said Saturday, recounting the pain of being dumped by her party.

Villarreal test for Real

Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti has confirmed that Gareth Bale will make his long awaited debut for the club against Villarreal on Saturday night.

Juve face rejuvenated Inter

Defiant Inter Milan host champions Juventus for their first major home game of the season while Serie A leaders Napoli look to tighten their grip against visitors Atalanta.

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