Villainous story gets even grosser The saga of Vinod Khosla, billionaire founder of Sun Microsystems who’s fighting to cut off access to a popular California beach, is a pathetic, exhausting, and fury-inducing
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The winners and runners-up in the Sony World Photography National Awards have been revealed. An expert panel selected the best image taken by a photographer from each of the 60 participating countries.
The ex-Brazil international has backed the former Gremio winger to establish himself in Bavaria ahead of the Frenchman EXCLUSIVE By Christoph Kockeis Giovane Elber, who won four Bundesliga titles in a
The Frenchman suggested that the injury to the Italian midfielder is less severe than first thought and is waiting on an update Paris Saint-Germain coach Laurent Blanc has played down fears over the injury
This is not the German champions trying to replicate Barcelona, but rather a fast, hungry side littered with players capable of creating chances and scoring goals COMMENT By Peter Staunton No team in has