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Nov 29th, 2015
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London (Agencies + DIPLOMAT.SO) – Thibaut Courtois is likely to return from injury in time for Chelsea’s match against Bournemouth next weekend. London (Agencies + DIPLOMAT.SO) – The goalkeeper suffered a knee injury while on international duty with Belgium in September, with Asmir ...
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Nov 29th, 2015
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London (Agencies + DIPLOMAT.SO) – Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has insisted that his side cannot hope to win the Premier League title if they repeat results such as the 1-1 draw against Leicester City on Saturday. Man United went behind thanks to Jamie Vardy’s strike before Bastian Sch...
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Nov 29th, 2015
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Berlin (Agencies + DIPLOMAT.SO) – 27-year-old Mexican striker Javier Hernandez was a much loved figure at Old Trafford, but found himself excess to the requirements of manager Louis Van Gaal. He has not let that get in the way of his game though as he is breaking records in Germany for Bayer Le...
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Nov 29th, 2015
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Rome (Agencies + DIPLOMAT.SO) – The Napoli striker has netted double the number of goals his young compatriot has managed, yet the Inter boss says it is still too early to judge who is better at this point Roberto Mancini says Mauro Icardi cannot yet be compared to Gonzalo Higuain ahead of Inte...
By Tajuddin
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Nov 29th, 2015
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Mogadishu, Somalia (AFP + DIPLOMAT.SO) – A boat held by Somali pirates has been freed after a gun battle, fishermen and witnesses said on Sunday (Nov 29), claiming several of the pirates were killed. There was no precise information on the boat or the fate of its crew, whether international for...
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Nov 29th, 2015
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Mogadishu ( DIPLOMAT.SO) – The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General (SRSG) in Somalia, Nicholas Kay, condemns in the strongest terms the renewed outbreak of hostilities in the Somali city of Galkayo this morning and calls on all parties to immediately cease fire and open dialogue ...

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