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Sports - Denver Broncos stadium naming rights fail to attract bidders

Tickets to watch U.S. professional football team the Denver Broncos, the winners of the 2016 Super Bowl, may be a hot commodity, but an auction for their stadium`s naming rights ended this week without any bids being received. The stadium in Denver is called Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium, named after the eponymous sporting goods retailer in 2011.

Saturday, July 02, 2016  01:28


Sports - NBA guard Mayo gets two-year drug ban

Free agent guard O.J. Mayo was banned from the NBA for at least two years on Friday for violating the league`s anti-drug program. Mayo, who has spent eight seasons in the league since being taken with the third overall pick in the 2008 NBA Draft, had been previously suspended for 10 games in 2011 after testing positive for steroids he said were taken unknowingly in a supplement. After being dismissed and disqualified from the league for his latest violation, Mayo cannot apply for reinstatement for two years, so his actual punishment could last longer if such a bid is rejected.

Friday, July 01, 2016  20:06


Sports - NBA: Free agent Mayo dismissed from league for drug violation

(Reuters) - Free agent O.J. Mayo has been `dismissed and disqualified` from the National Basketball Association for violating the league`s anti-drug program, the NBA announced on Friday. In line with the anti-drug program, no details of Mayo`s violation were publicly disclosed by the league and the 28-year-old guard is eligible to apply for reinstatement in two years. Taken with the third overall pick in the 2008 draft by the Minnesota Timberwolves, Mayo was suspended by the NBA for 10 games in 2011 after testing positive for a banned steroid.

Friday, July 01, 2016  19:18


Most Recent - Norway Terror Attacks Fast Facts

Read CNN`s Norway Terror Attacks Fast Facts and learn more about the 2011 Norwegian terrorist attacks by Anders Breivik that killed 77 people.

Friday, July 01, 2016  16:35


World - As Japan re-embraces nuclear power, safety warnings persist

By Aaron Sheldrick TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan`s re-embrace of nuclear power, on display last week with the recertification of two aging reactors, is prompting some critics to warn that Tokyo is neglecting the lessons of Fukushima. In the first such step since the 2011 disaster, Japan`s Nuclear Regulation Authority (NRA) on June 20 approved Kansai Electric Power Co`s application to extend the life of two reactors beyond 40 years. As it became clear the NRA was going to allow the extensions, a former commissioner broke a silence maintained since he left the agency in 2014 and said `a sense of crisis` over safety prompted him to go public and urge more attention to earthquake risk.

Friday, July 01, 2016  10:45


World - Russian court frees Domodedovo airport owner from house arrest: agencies

A Moscow court ruled to free Dmitry Kamenshchik, the owner of Russian airport Domodedovo, from house arrest, Russian news agencies reported on Friday, citing a court decision. The charges against Kamenshchik, who is also chairman of the board at Domodedovo, were linked to security measures at the airport at the time of a terrorist attack in 2011.

Friday, July 01, 2016  10:14


World - Bomb shrapnel kills woman, wounds 3 children in Bahrain

The Thursday evening blast struck in the village of East Akar, one of a string of suburbs of the capital that have seen persistent unrest since the Gulf state`s Sunni minority rulers crushed Shiite-led protests for a constitutional monarchy and an elected prime minister in 2011. Most of the disturbances have involved demonstrators throwing petrol bombs at police, who have deployed heavily in Shiite areas as authorities have carried out an intensifying crackdown on the majority community`s leaders. A police statement carried by the official BNA news agency gave no other details of the Thursday explosion.

Friday, July 01, 2016  08:51


World - DR Congo risks `even worse crisis` over Kabila uncertainty

Democratic Republic of Congo opposition leader Moise Katumbi warned President Joseph Kabila risked plunging the country into an `even worse crisis` by letting doubt linger over when he will step down. Kabila, who has been in power since 2001, is widely believed to be considering casting aside the constitution to take a third term in office after his tenure expires at the end of the year. `This missed opportunity, and the uncertainty sustained by (Kabila`s) speech risk instead plunging the country into even deeper crisis,` said Katumbi, who came second to the president in 2011 polls that were marred by fraud.

Friday, July 01, 2016  04:22


World - U.S. ambassador to U.N. slams nations `making no effort` for refugees

By Sebastien Malo NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations on Wednesday took aim at nations she said are failing to help refugees fleeing war in the Middle East and elsewhere, calling anti-immigrant rhetoric and sentiment misguided. Millions of Syrians have found refuge in bordering countries such as Turkey and Lebanon, but wealthier nations have provided shelter to far fewer people seeking new lives, Samantha Power said in a speech at the United States Institute for Peace in Washington. More than 60 million people fled their homes last year, and nearly 5 million Syrians have fled their country since the outbreak of civil war in 2011, according to the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).

Wednesday, June 29, 2016  20:05


World - Ivorian ex-first lady`s lawyers try to discredit accuser

Lawyers for Ivory Coast`s former first lady Simone Gbagbo, on trial for crimes against humanity, on Wednesday said a key witness who claimed she had bankrolled a militia movement had psychiatric problems. The bid to discredit Moise Metchro Harolde Metch came a day after the former militia head told the court that the feisty Gbagbo had financed his group. Simone Gbagbo is accused over deadly violence following the 2010-2011 presidential election that her husband Laurent Gbagbo lost.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016  18:19

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