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  1. Policemen stand on Jan 23, 2019 in front of a house in the Vieselbach district of Erfurt

    Germany bans neo-Nazi group Combat 18, launches raids

    Germany has banned the neo-Nazi group Combat 18 and raided the homes of its leading members across the country, the Interior Ministry said on ...
  2. South Africa v England - Third Test

    Cricket: Rabada surprised by ban, sorry for letting team down

    South Africa paceman Kagiso Rabada says he was surprised to be sanctioned for his exuberant celebration of Joe Root's dismissal in the third test ...
  3. South Africa v England - Third Test

    Rabada ban criticised by former England players

    Former England players condemned the suspension of South Africa pace bowler Kagiso Rabada on Friday after an overexuberant celebration, but he ...
  4. Premier League - Crystal Palace v Arsenal

    Arteta wants Arsenal forwards to step up during Aubameyang ban

    Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has challenged other attackers in his squad to shoulder the goalscoring responsibilities in the absence of suspended ...
  5. CAS public hearing of WADA appeal against Chinese swimmer Sun Yang and FINA in Montreux

    WADA requests CAS ruling on Russia's ban

    The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) formally asked the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on Thursday to rule on Russia's four-year ban for ...
  6. A person holds a smartphone as Tik Tok logo is displayed behind in this picture illustration

    Video app TikTok bans 'misleading information'

    Popular video-sharing app TikTok issued a broad ban on Wednesday against "misleading information" that could cause harm to its community or the ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: FA Cup - Third Round - Watford v Tranmere Rovers

    Watford's Pereyra avoids ban after club win FA Cup red card appeal

    Watford midfielder Roberto Pereyra's red card in their 3-3 FA Cup third round draw against Tranmere Rovers has been overturned by the Football ...
  8. A GrabFood rider on an e-scooter

    More than 6,000 caught riding e-scooters on footpaths in December