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Israel's PM, Netanyahu, Hospitalised With High Fever

Israel's PM, Netanyahu, Hospitalised With High Fever

He reportedly he did not get enough rest after suffering from the flu two weeks ago. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was rushed to the hospital on Tuesday, Israeli media reported. Netanyahu was reportedly driven to the hospital in his normal auto rather than in an ambulance. The official's hospitalization comes days after Israeli police interrogated Netanyahu and his wife, Sara, over corruption charges.


Irish rugby internationals found not guilty of rape

Irish rugby internationals found not guilty of rape

Two other men who faced charges in connection with the same incident were acquitted. Blane McIlroy, 26, from Royal Lodge Road in Belfast denies exposure while Rory Harrison, 25, from Manse Road also in Belfast denies perverting the course of justice and withholding information.


Paul Pogba Scores Free-kick, Celebrates With Touching Tribute

Paul Pogba Scores Free-kick, Celebrates With Touching Tribute

Les Bleus came in for some sharp criticism at the weekend after surrendering a two-goal lead to lose 3-2 against Colombia , so knew a strong response was needed in order to keep the wolves from the door. Pogba doubled the lead in the 49th minute with a brilliant long-range free-kick and followed it up with a dedication to his late father. With the likes of Olivier GIroud and Thomas Lemar also emerging from the bench, it hammers home once again the strength in depth available to manager ...


Man City winger Sterling still has plenty to prove

Man City winger Sterling still has plenty to prove

Sterling endured vitriolic abuse for his tame performances at Euro 2016, a witch-hunt that peaked when he posted a social media message appearing to flaunt his wealth just hours after playing in England's humiliating last 16 loss against Iceland.


Root denies reports of concerns of Ashes ball-tampering

Root denies reports of concerns of Ashes ball-tampering

The Australian Cricket board is holding a teleconference with the head of integrity Iain Roy and the chief executive James Sutherland and sources close to the board have reportedly confirmed Warner "is the issue". Fox Sports Australia reported several of Australia's Test team were unaware of the plot to tamper the ball until footage emerged on the big screen, leaving a large portion of the squad furious at the former Aussie vice-captain.