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Three explosions hit busy locations late Wednesday in India’s business capital of Mumbai, where a terror siege nearly three years ago killed 166 people.
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The Palestinians have called on the United States to reverse course and support their United Nations membership bid, Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erakat said on Wednesday.
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Former England captain Michael Vaughan feels the best chance of getting Tendulkar out cheaply in the upcoming series against India is to test him with short balls.
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Favourite Rory McIlroy and the rest of the 156-strong field have been buffeted by blustery winds during practice for the British Open.
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