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India said Friday it had lodged a protest with authorities in Riyadh after a maid from Tamil Nadu allegedly had her hand chopped off by her Saudi employer for complaining about her work conditions.
Eight students arrested in Kisumu's Lolwe estate for engaging in sex.
Portugal's acting prime minister failed on Friday to win the backing of opposition Socialist leader Antonio Costa for a new centre-right government, setting the scene for rising political uncertainty.
Siang’a starred between the posts for Harambee Stars and Gor Mahia in the 70s as Kenya played in its first ever Africa Cup of Nations.
Kenya hold a massive advantage ahead of Sunday’s clash and a win on aggregate will see the Bobby Williamson’s boys clash with Cape Verde in the second round
Kenya Rugby Union chairman Richard Omwela says all the Kenya Sevens players will be contracted.
According to the programme, the six-day event, which is being hosted in Kenya for the first time, starts tomorrow (Saturday) with registration and will end next Friday.
While the invite list was set at 250, the couple ended up hosting around 700 guests due to demand
Blatter complained in the letter to FIFA's judge that he had only found about his suspension after it was made public Thursday, the report said.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho famous described himself as "a special one" in his first press conference in English football in 2004, earning him the nickname 'The Special One'.
Barcelona have given their full backing to Lionel Messi in the Argentina forward's tax fraud case
Shane Long scored the winner in the 70th minute after a long ball from the keeper caught the entire German backline napping.
FIFA's ruling council will next week discuss a possible emergency meeting over the corruption scandal engulfing football's world governing body, a spokeswoman said Friday.
Aguero, 27, was stretchered off mid-way through the first half of Thursday's game in Buenos Aires and is set to miss Argentina's next match away to Paraguay on Tuesday.
New Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp described his job as "the biggest challenge" in world football on Friday following his appointment as the successor to Brendan Rodgers.
One of the most coveted managers in world football, Klopp has been out of work since May when he finished a seven-year reign at Dortmund to take a sabbatical.
Sterling cost City 49 million pounds ($75.29 million), making him the most expensive English player ever, but is yet to have any significant impact on the Sky Blues' season scoring twice in 10 appearances.
Argentina slumped to a shock home defeat against Ecuador while Brazil were beaten 2-0 by Chile on Thursday
Bernard Foley and Dan Biggar -- who put England's World Cup hopes to the sword on successive weekends -- go boot-to-boot on Saturday.
Scotland coach Vern Cotter did not have to think twice when asked to sum up what Saturday's Samoa game meant.
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