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  • SPORTS

    Bikini beach on Downing St

    AFP, Published on 28/07/2012

    » Bikini-clad women served up a shocker in more ways than one outside the back window of British Prime Minister David Cameron to open London Olympic beach volleyball competition on Saturday.

  • WORLD

    Batman shooter 'saw shrink'

    Published on 28/07/2012

    » AURORA, Colorado: The suspected Batman massacre gunman was seeing a psychiatrist specialising in schizophrenia before the attack that killed 12 in Colorado, court documents showed.

  • WORLD

    UN arms talks end without deal

    AFP, Published on 28/07/2012

    » UN negotiations to draft the first international treaty on the multi-billion-dollar arms trade have ended without a deal, with some diplomats blaming the United States for the deadlock.

  • WORLD

    Phelps blow as China make history

    AFP, Published on 28/07/2012

    » American swimmer Ryan Lochte sunk record-chasing Michael Phelps Saturday in a pulsating start to the Olympics while China's Sun Yang and Ye Shiwen wrote their name in the record books.

  • WORLD

    Narrow escapes for Phelps, Park

    AFP, Published on 28/07/2012

    » Michael Phelps scraped into a 400m medley showdown with Ryan Lochte while South Korean hero Park Tae-Hwan was disqualified then reinstated on a turbulent opening day of the Olympic swimming competition here Saturday.

  • WORLD

    Syrian troops move on Aleppo

    Published on 28/07/2012

    » Syrian government forces on Saturday launched a ground offensive to recapture rebel-held districts in the northern city of Aleppo, activists said.

  • WORLD

    Dingo mauls German tourist

    Published on 28/07/2012

    » SYDNEY: A German tourist mauled by a dingo was airlifted to a hospital on Australian's east coast, reports said Saturday.

  • SPORTS

    Volleyball wide open minus Cuba

    AFP, Published on 28/07/2012

    » The United States and Brazil are eyeing Olympic volleyball gold, but the tournament has been stripped of some its magic by the historic failure of Cuba to qualify.

  • SPORTS

    Zara Phillips out to impress

    AFP, Published on 28/07/2012

    » Zara Phillips is looking to maintain a rich royal tradition at Greenwich Park, the stunning venue for the Olympic Games equestrian events which get under way on Saturday.

  • SPORTS

    British women head search for rowing gold

    AFP, Published on 28/07/2012

    » If there were gold medals on offer at London 2012 for devotees of detective and crime series then Katherine Grainger would make a killing.

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