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Kashima Antlers showed too much respect to Real Madrid in their Club World Cup clash on Wednesday, according to Zico.

Club World Cup: Kashima Antlers showed Real Madrid too much respect – Zico

Kashima Antlers showed too much respect to Real Madrid in their Club World Cup clash on Wednesday, according to Zico.
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Man gets life sentence for killing cousins, dismembering parents

A young Brazilian man who murdered two cousins aged one and three and dismembered their parents was handed a rare life sentence in Spain on Thursday.
The Nigeria Amputee Football team was involved in a car crash on their way to Abuja from Lagos on Monday. The team had a visa appointment at the Mexican Embassy in Abuja for their trip to the Amputee World Cup in Mexico.

John Obi Mikel to help Nigeria’s amputee team

Super Eagles captain John Obi Mikel is set to help Nigeria's amputee team play at the upcoming World Cup.

Mikel Obi steps in to help Nigeria Amuptee team

Nigeria captain John Mikel Obi has pledged financial and moral support to the country's cash-strapped amputee football team, but the Special Eagles face a race against time to make it to the World Cup in Mexico.
The Nigeria Amputee Football team was involved in a car crash on their way to Abuja from Lagos on Monday. The team had a visa appointment at the Mexican Embassy in Abuja for their trip to the Amputee World Cup in Mexico.

Nigeria amputee football team involved in car crash

The Special Eagles have constantly battled against odds in their bid to get to the World Cup in Mexico. After missing the last three editions of the World Cup due to a lack of funds, the team hopes to avoid a repeat which would result to heavy sanctions by the World Amputee Football Federation.

Mexican prosecutors recover 20 bodies in Jalisco

Twenty bodies showing signs of gunshot wounds have been found within one week in the western Mexican state of Jalisco, home to one of the country’s most powerful drug cartels, prosecutors said.

Mexicans protest ‘epidemic’ of forced disappearances

Demonstrators in Mexico City and Guadalajara took to the streets in a march against widespread disappearances in Mexico, which groups say have reached epidemic proportions.

Catholic priest murdered while hearing confessions

A Roman Catholic priest has been murdered in the west-central Mexican state of Jalisco, the second priest killed within four days in the country.

WAFF lifts suspension on Nigeria

The World Amputee Football Federation (WAFF) has lifted the ban on Nigeria following payment of accumulated affiliation fees by Nigeria Amputee Football Federation (NAFF).

Mexico fines steel coy over market manipulation

Mexico’s securities regulator has imposed one of its biggest fines ever for market manipulation on steel company Industrias CH, owned by billionaire Rufino Vigil Gonzalez.

Mexico football captain linked to drug cartel

The US Treasury on Wednesday accused Rafael Marquez, captain of Mexico's national football team and a former FC Barcelona player, of being a "front person" for a major drug trafficking organization.

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Tennis rankings unchanged for top women post-Wimbledon

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Data breach: CIBN asks bankers to protect customers

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David de Gea says he would be really happy to be named Manchester United captain and insists he is ready to fight for trophies at Old Trafford as he closes in on a new deal.

David de Gea eyes Manchester United captaincy as agreement over new contract closes in

David de Gea says he would be "really happy" to be named Manchester United captain and insists he is ready to fight for trophies at Old Trafford as he closes in on a new deal.
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Union confirms killing of Nigerian teenager in South Africa

Nigerians mourn Mrs Obianuju Ndubuisi-Chukwu, a Nigerian Insurance chief, who was murdered in South Africa, the country again is grappling with the ruthless assassination of a teenager in that country.