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Hong Kong boat crash report finds 'systemic failings'
A report into a Hong Kong boat crash which killed 39 people says "systemic failings" in the marine department contributed to the accident.
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Fresh religious violence that erupted in Burma on Tuesday killed one person and injured nine more, officials say.
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Japan's near-symetrical snow-topped volcano, Mount Fuji, looks likely to become a Unesco World Heritage site, officials say.
China bird flu is 'serious threat'
The outbreak of a new type of bird flu in China poses a "serious threat" to human health, but it is still too soon to predict how far it will spread, experts have said.
Bangladesh building collapse: Death toll passes 400
The number of people killed in the collapse of a building in Bangladesh which housed garment factories last week has passed 400, officials say.
Tackling football's big financial issues
If Manchester United's recently announced £160m training ground sponsorship deal with Aon is anything to go by, then the business of football is in a healthy state.
Football clubs go global with social media
Football clubs are no longer content to sit back and take their fans for granted in a global digital age that allows teams in other countries to become both sporting and commercial rivals.
Hawk-Eye's inventor eyes football expansion
UK-based Hawk-Eye is aiming to expand into other football leagues after agreeing a deal with the Premier League on Thursday.
German football star Uli Hoeness' own goal on tax
He was a star forward in the football team which won the World Cup in 1974 and off the field, he's been almost as influential, presiding over the relentless - and continuing - rise of Bayern Munich to greatness.
Kevin Keegan launches football training systems
When a young Kevin Keegan was honing the skills that would make him a football superstar in the 1970s and 1980s, he spent hours kicking and heading a ball against a wall, and trapping and controlling the rebounding football.
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West Ham secure Olympic Stadium
West Ham will be anchor tenants for the Olympic Stadium after the government agreed to put in an extra £25m towards the costs of converting the venue.
Rio Olympics stadium closed due to roof problems
A stadium in Brazil that was due to host athletics at the 2016 Olympics has been closed indefinitely because of structural problems with its roof.
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Trinidad's Jack Warner resigns amid fraud inquiry
A former top figure in international football, Jack Warner, has resigned as Trinidad and Tobago's minister of security amid an inquiry into fraud.
Irish FA likely to have job losses
The Irish FA has said a restructuring of the association is likely to lead to job losses within the governing body.
Real Madrid overtakes Man Utd in Forbes rich list
Real Madrid has overtaken Manchester United as the world's most valuable football club, according to business magazine Forbes.
Swansea reveal record £15.9m profit
Swansea City have announced a record profit of £15.9m for the six months up to the end of November 2012.
Manchester United tackles sound problems at Old Trafford
Manchester United have appointed an acoustic engineer to try and find out why singing at Old Trafford does not carry to all areas of the ground.
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