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Rooney strikes twice as DC down Portland

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Wayne Rooney scored twice as DC United, fighting for their Major League Soccer playoff lives, beat the Portland ...

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Halep under pressure as rain halts play in Cincinnati

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The women's draw took a beating on Wednesday in Cincinnati, where world number one Simona Halep's was still ...

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Arsenal suffer Maitland-Niles blow

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Arsenal's highly-regarded midfielder Ainsley Maitland-Niles could be out for as long as two months after suffering a "small ...

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Combined Koreas Ro Suk Yong, centre, looks for support as Indonesian players attempt to block her throw during their women's basketball match at the 18th Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia on Wednesday.  

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Five swimmers set to make a splash at the Asian Games 2018

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Five athletes who could light up the Asian Games swimming competition, which begins on Sunday in Jakarta:
Sun Yang (China)

The ...

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Kevin De Bruyne faces up to three months out after damaging knee ligaments in training

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Manchester City playmaker Kevin De Bruyne could be out for three months after suffering a serious knee injury in training ...

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China swim King Sun eyes Asian sweep

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Brash, belligerent and often painted as swimming's big, bad wolf, Chinese giant Sun Yang will be looking to ...

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A Doa Mahfil was held at Bangladesh Chess Federation hall-room marking the National Mourning Day on Wednesday. Bangladesh Chess Federation arranged the programme on the eve of the 43rd death anniversary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.  

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Ajax reach Champions League play-off round with comfortable win

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Klaas-Jan Huntelaar continued his bright start to the season with another goal as Ajax eased into the play-off round of ...

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Eto'o speaks to Xavi and Sneijder before going to Qatar

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Samuel Eto'o sought the advice of Xavi Hernandez and Wesley Sneijder before choosing to play in Qatar, the ...

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Los Angeles Sparks' Chelsea Gray (12) celebrates her basket with teammates Nneka Ogwumike (30) and Alana Beard during the second half of a WNBA basketball game against the New York Liberty in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
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Federer opens with win over Gojowczyk, Kvitova ousts Williams
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Famous five: Sporting superstars who can light up the Asian Games
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U.S. swimmer Katie Ledecky teaches Japanese elementary and junior high school students at an event in Tokyo on Tuesday. The 21-year-old American, fresh off a five-medal performance at the Pan Pacific Championships in Tokyo, answered questions about her career and training routine before jumping into the pool with more than 100 star-struck Japanese elementary and junior high school students to give them tips.
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Australia enlists soldiers in drive for Olympic gold
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Asian Games title worth weight in gold for Spurs' Son
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Serena breezes past Gavrilova, Pouille ousts Murray
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Coming, ready or not: Thousands pour in for Asian Games
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Abdur Rahim's death anniversary today
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Eto'o signs for Qatar league side
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BCB announces preliminary squad for Asia Cup
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Aberdeen seal loan deal for Man Utd's Wilson
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Indonesia-bound Bangladesh Swimming team with the Chief of Naval Staff and President of Bangladesh Swimming Federation Admiral Mohammad Nizamuddin Ahmed and other high officials of Bangladesh Navy pose for a photo session at the Bangladesh Navy Headquarters in the city's Bonani on Monday.
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Swimmers meet BSF President at Naval Headquarters
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Britain's gold medal winner Laura Muir is flanked by Poland's silver medal winner Sofia Ennaoui (left) and Britain's bronze medal winner Laura Weightman after the women's 1500-meter final at the European Athletics Championships in the Olympic stadium in Berlin, Germany on Sunday.
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Borg's son wins Swedish Under-16 championship
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Simona Halep of Romania, reacts as the streamer cannon is fired during the victory ceremony after defeating Sloane Stephens of the United States in the final at the Rogers Cup women's tennis tournament in Montreal on Sunday.
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Rooney inspires DC United to last-gasp win
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Sri Lanka outplay SA in last ODI
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A scene from the Walton 38th National Women's Chess Championship at Bangladesh Chess Federation hall-room on Sunday.
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Family only reason Courtois moved to Real
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Belgium's Naert wins men's European marathon title
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I don't wanna be the new Phelps, says American Dressel
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Cambodia names Japanese footballer Honda as national team general manager
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Gavaskar declines Imran Khan's invitation to join oath
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Early birthday as Tsitsipas sinks Anderson in Toronto
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General Secretary of Bangladesh Archery Federation Kazi Rajib Uddin Ahmed Chapol addressing a press conference at the Dutch-Bangla Bank Auditorium in Bangladesh Olympic Association Bhaban on Saturday.
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NBA star Curry finishes last at Ellie Mae Classic
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Nadal stays on track in Toronto with win over Cilic
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Halep topples Garcia in straight sets to reach Montreal semis
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7th Military World Games invitations sent out to 138 members of CISM
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Sloane Stephens reaches Rogers Cup semifinals
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Spain's Martin and Perez claim 20km walk titles in Berlin
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Imran Khan presented with bat signed by Indian cricketers
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Norwegian teenager Ingebrigtsen confirms burgeoning talent
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United States Lillia King (centre) stands on the podium after winning the women's 100m breaststroke final with second placed Australia's Jessica Hansen (left) and Japan's third placed Reona Aoki at the Pan Pacific swimming championships in Tokyo, Japan on Thursday.
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Playing for Bangladesh again will be my greatest achievement: Ashraful
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Konta lose to Elina Svitolina in third round at Rogers Cup
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A scene from the 3rd round matches of the Walton 38th National Women's Chess Championship at Bangladesh Chess Federation hall-room on Friday.
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Tsitsipas stuns Djokovic in Toronto
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