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  • Fifa rules out re-vote for 2018 and 2022 World Cups in wake of arrests
    Fifa rules out re-vote for 2018 and 2022 World Cups in wake of arrests
    Fifa's communications chief, Walter De Gregorio, refused to give details about the wave of arrests of football officials in Zurich on corruption charges, and ruled out a revote of the World Cups won by Russia in 2018 and Qatar in 2022. Seven official
  • Watch: British military forces continue air operations to assist fighting Islamic State
    Watch: British military forces continue air operations to assist fighting Islamic State
    British military forces have provided further extensive air and training support to Iraqi forces fighting Islamic State terrorists. Coalition teams, including British instructors, continue to run training programmes to help Iraqi and Kurdish forces build
  • Joe Root hopeful Trevor Bayliss can bring sucess to English cricket
    Joe Root hopeful Trevor Bayliss can bring sucess to English cricket
    Joe Root hopes the reputation and achievements of new coach Trevor Bayliss can soon start rubbing off on England's national side. The batsman says he's pleased to get the chance to work with someone as experienced as Bayliss in international and d
  • BGT: Old Men Grooving ask Simon Cowell to join them
    BGT: Old Men Grooving ask Simon Cowell to join them
    Britain's Got Talent contestants Old Men Grooving want Simon Cowell to take up their offer of a cameo in one of their dance routines. The dance group have made it to the finals of the TV show but say just reaching this point is already winning in thei
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Fifa rules out re-vote for 2018 and 2022 World Cups in wake of arrests
Fifa's communications chief, Walter De Gregorio, refused to give details about the wave of arrests of football officials in Zurich on corruption charges, and ruled out a revote of the World Cups won by Russia in 2018 and Qatar in 2022. Seven official

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