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Fifa confirm investigations into Kenya’s match-fixing underway

This file photo taken on September 3, 2013 shows the logo of the Fifa (International Federation of Association Football) outside the organisation’s headquarters in Zurich….

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Azzopardi granted licence to ride in Singapore

WA jockey Joseph Azzopardi will ride overseas for the first time after the Singapore Turf Club granted him a three-month visiting jockey’s licence. Azzopardi, 23,…

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Irish Ice Cold In 62-47 Loss To Miami

Notre Dame remained inconsistent on Wednesday night after an offensive outburst on Saturday against Boston College. The Irish shot over 50 percent from the field…

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Premier League trio to use Intel’s 360-degree True View replay technology

Three Premier League clubs are to install Intel technology at their stadiums that will enable fans to see match highlights through the eyes of players….

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Australia names ODI squad for tour of India, pectoral muscle injury rules Mitchell Starc out

Australia has named a 15-man squad for the upcoming cricket tour of India, but the team will be without Mitchell Starc for the important World…

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Instacart will Compensate Workers for Stolen Tips

The tips you gave to the Instacart workers who brought groceries to your door probably did not go to them. Sometimes, it takes a class-action…

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Microsoft is cannibalising Office 2019 in new marketing campaign

Microsoft has launched a new marketing campaign to discourage customers from buying its recently released Office 2019 productivity suite in favour of its subscription-based sibling…

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Flickr to drop the ax on free users, will begin deleting old photos in March

Beginning March 12, Flickr will start deleting photos from free user accounts to bring them within a new 1,000-photo limit — a delay from the…

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Apple removing ‘Do Not Track’ from Safari as focus shifts to Intelligent Tracking Prevention

Amid a decline in adoption by websites, Apple has revealed that it will remove support for “Do Not Track” in Safari 12.1. As detailed in…

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Samsung’s New Wireless Earphones ‘Galaxy Buds,’ Galaxy S10 (Again) Leak: Reverse Charging, In-Display Fingerprint Reader

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is the star of another leak yet again, but this time around, it’s making the headlines along with the company’s new…

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