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Wayne Rooney aims to take up coaching after retirement

Rooney, currently with the United squad in Beijing ahead of Monday`s International Champions Cup clash with Manchester City, went on to reveal his most memorable goal in the EPL.
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Muttiah Muralitharan: Sri Lanka cricket files complaint against former off-spinner for insulting team manager

Sumathipala said Muralitharan had bullied groundsmen at the Pallekele Stadium on Saturday into allowing the Australians to practice there when it was theoretically off limits to both teams.
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There is no easy match in Olympics, says Indian hockey skipper PR Sreejesh

Sreejesh, who took over the captaincy mantle from long-standing Sardar Singh just ahead of the Olympics, said they are ready to face any side in the quarterfinals.
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England vs Pakistan Live Score: 2nd Test, Day 4 at Old Trafford – Alastair Cook slams fifty

Earlier, Pakistan put an ordinary batting performance in the first innings where they were bowled out for 198 in comparison to England's 589-run score in the first innings.
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Narsingh Yadav doping row: PM Narendra Modi intervenes, seeks details of controversy from WFI president

Earlier at a press conference, WFI president backed beleaguered Narsingh saying that he had never been reluctant in giving doping tests and the federation was behind him since he was one of India
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Suicide bomber kills 15 in Iraq

There has been no claim of responsibility for Monday’s attack
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Clinton has staked out many liberal positions, but will it quell unrest among progressives?

Though Hillary Clinton’s choice of running mate renewed charges from the left over the weekend that she is a centrist – even a “corporatist” – who posed as progressive to get through a hard-fought
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At Comic-Con, creators, fans contemplate a closer-than-ever relationship

A fan at Comic-Con International here had a message for Joss Whedon, creator of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and director of two “Avengers” movies: We want you back. In this hyper-connected, social
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There will probably be far fewer superdelegates at the next Democratic convention

Democratic National Convention live updates July 25, 2016, 4:37 a.m. The 2016 Democratic National Convention starts today in Philadelphia. Here's what to look for:• The response to the resignation
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Sanders delegates' quandary: Take a stand at the convention or work with Clinton Democrats

When Bernie Sanders takes the stage on Monday night at the Democratic National Convention, the Vermont senator will face nearly 2,000 delegates who have heeded his call for a political revolution
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'Nothing normal' about the Sand fire in the Santa Clarita Valley, officials say

Before the flames of the Sand fire ripped through the Santa Clarita Valley this weekend, destroying homes and charring hillsides, officials had been on high alert. They had every reason to be worr
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Why have upscale retailer Nordstrom and other apparel giants lost their luster?

In mid-August of last year, warning signs at the Seattle headquarters of Nordstrom Inc. first became apparent. Up to that point, the upscale apparel retailer, with $14 billion in annual sales, had
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Your Essential Politics guide to Day 1 at the Democratic National Convention

I’m Christina Bellantoni, here with your Essential Politics guide to the Democratic National Convention. Tonight’s theme is United Together, and like last week’s Republican confab, there are clear
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Another California Republican running for Congress struggles with questions about Donald Trump

Updates on California politics: Podcast preview of state Democrats in Philadelphia, Sanchez takes aim at Obama's Senate endorsement July 25, 2016, 3 a.m. Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily f
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In political turnabout, Democrats play soft-on-Russia card by linking Trump to Putin

For decades, Republicans were the fiercest of Cold Warriors, fighting the spread of communism and, not incidentally, winning elections by painting Democrats as the party of the frail and feckless.
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