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Snowden flees to Moscow, set to fly later to Cuba, Venezuela

An aircraft carrying Edward Snowden landed in Moscow on Sunday after Hong Kong allowed the fugitive former American security contractor leave the territory, frustrating Washington’s efforts to extradi

Facebook glitch exposed 6m users’ contact info

Facebook has inadvertently exposed 6 million users’ phone numbers and email addresses to unauthorised viewers over the past year, the world’s largest social networking company disclosed late on Friday.

Neymar wants safer, healthier & honest brazil

Brazil forward Neymar has voiced his support for the protesters who have taken to the streets of Brazil in the last few days to demand less corruption and more spending on health, safety and transport

Williams has mental edge over rest at Wimbledon


Serena Williams heads to Wimbledon to defend her title with seeds of doubt and defeatism already sown in the minds of her opponents.

Heartbreak continues for eternal bridesmaid


There was no big birthday celebration for Phil Mickelson who turned 43 at Merion Golf Club on Sunday, only another case of heartache at the US Open.

Putin warns West not to arm ‘organ-eating’ Syrian rebels

Russian President Vladimir Putin questioned on Sunday why the West would want to arm Syrian rebels who he said ate human organs, saying plans to give them weapons contradicted basic human values.

Messi hat-trick sinks Guatemala

Lionel Messi scored a hat-trick to help a second-string Argentina record an easy 4-0 away win over Guatemala in a friendly and overtake Diego Maradona’s international goals tally.

Oxford breaks 10-yr rule, includes tweet

“Tweet”, “dad dancing” and “geekery” are three of more than 1,200 new or revised words in the latest version of the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) released on Friday.

Spain eye perfect start


Victor Valdes refuses to say if he or Real Madrid’s Iker Casillas will start Spain’s game against Uruguay on Sunday but whether the Barcelona keeper plays or not, he is just delighted to be at the Con

Haiti shock for Italy in friendly

Italy were embarrassed by Haiti on Tuesday as the unheralded Caribbean side scored two goals in the last five minutes to secure a 2-2 draw in a friendly despite falling behind after 19 seconds.

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