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Brazilian league match halted because of violence
09 December 2013, Monday / AP, SAO PAULO
A key Brazilian league match was stopped for more than an hour after fans started fighting in the stands on Sunday, prompting police to fire rubber bullets to contain the crowd and bring a helicopter onto the field to airlift an injured man to a hospital.
Gaziantep weathers Storm to move farther away from danger zone
Gaziantepspor added Trabzonspor to its recent casualty list, beating the visiting »»
Champions League set for some much-needed drama
The Champions League is set for some much-needed drama this week with the conclusion »»
LA Lakers rejoice as Bryant returns but Raptors crash party
Kobe Bryant's long awaited return to the basketball court began as a wild celebration »»
Vengeful Australia on brink of Ashes
A ruthless Australia rattled through England's final four wickets on Monday to complete »»
Blackburn striker Campbell arrested in match-fixing probe
Former English Premier League striker DJ Campbell has been arrested as part of a »»
SA matches postponed for Mandela services
Weekend matches in the top three tiers of South African soccer have been postponed, »»
Striker Sigthorsson back for Ajax's trip to Milan
Ajax Amsterdam striker Kolbeinn Sigthorsson has recovered from an ankle injury and »»
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