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Games should not have gone to Delhi, says Australia
BBC News-2010-09-24 10:14:44

England's athletes arrive in Delhi. Australia's Olympic Committee president has said the Commonwealth Games should not have been awarded to Delhi.Full Story

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Reggae star defends anthem style
The reggae singer accused of ruining the South African national anthem before their match with France insists he "sang beautifully".
Mike Tyson: I was defending my wife and child
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