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Russia files papers with IOC requesting Sambo wrestling on Olympic program

The Russian president said earlier that maximum efforts should be implied to make Sambo wrestling enter the program of the Olympic Games
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News.Az congratulates its readers on the World Azerbaijanis' Solidarity Day and the New Year.
It will be mostly sunny in eastern Slovenia on Monday and overcast in western parts of the country. Day time hight will range from 15 to 20 degrees Celsius.
Žan Kranjec, Slovenia's best giant slalomist, finished fourth at the World Cup season opener for men in Austria's Sölden on Sunday after finishing the first run at 10th place.
A video recorded at Valencia’s Mestalla football stadium captured the moment when seething home fans threw a water bottle at Barcelona strikers Neymar and Luis Suarez. Read Full Articl
CNN earlier said an American hacker has hacked the Russian foreign ministry’s website
Up to 1,000 people have been treated for breathing problems linked to fumes from a sulfur plant set ablaze during fighting with Islamic State in northern Iraq and U.S. officials say U.S. forces at a n
Saudi Oil Minister Khalid al-Falih said Sunday that the current down cycle of crude prices is close to an end as market fundamentals improve. “The current down cycle is nearing an end,” Fa
The whistleblowing website WikiLeaks has released a new tranche of emails from the hacked account of Hillary Clinton’s campaign chair, John Podesta. Read Full Article at
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s battle against the Gupta family is set to continue after they indicated their intention to challenge his application in court.
The Russian Foreign Ministry’s official website has been hacked, ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova told Russian media, adding that an investigation is currently underway. Read Full
The DA will apply for direct access to the Constitutional Court to challenge the constitutionality of a notice initiating SA’s withdrawal from the ICC.
Troops have arrested 21 suspected Boko Haram terrorists in Borno, according to statement by the Army Spokesman, Col. Sani Usman. Usman stated that the suspects were arrested in connection with alleged
Police shot two suspected terrorists at a residential complex in Nizhny Novgorod in central Russia after they refused to stop their vehicle on request, according to law enforcement sour
The university has appealed to the NPA to speed up the bail hearing of 25 students who appeared at the Bellville Magistrate’s Court on Friday.
Following meetings with Argentina officials on Thursday and Friday, President Borut Pahor continued his official visit to this Latin American country on Saturday with meetings with the Slovenian diasp
Wind power in Spain is sufficient to provide energy to nearly 30 million homes every day. Last November a night time record was set of 70% of Spain’s electricity needs being met which followed a Janua
The City of Cape Town has awarded the tender for the procurement of battery-powered electric buses and ancillary equipment for the MyCiTi service to BYD SA.
Romanian electronics importer and distributor Vitacom Electronics, based in Cluj-Napoca and controlled by Vasile Andrei Vita, reported a turnover of EUR6.7 million in January-September 2016, up near
Nearly two million employees in Romania, namely, half of the total number of employees, receive extra benefits in addition to wages under the form of meal vouchers.
Astronomers have recorded mysterious signals from 234 stars that they believe could indicate the presence of extraterrestrial intelligence - a notion that’s sure to excite alien truther
The special operation began as the intelligence services received information about location of the bandits
At least two nearly simultaneous blasts rocked the Japanese city of Utsunomiy north of Tokyo on Sunday. One was caused by an elderly man who blew himself up in an apparent suicide, inju
Thousands of Hindus filled the streets of Durban central with colour as part of the Durban Diwali Festival float procession.
What makes a perfect front page? It seems the British news magazine The Spectator knows the answer – and it’s all about Putin and Russophobic hysteria. RT explains: Read Full Article a
Below is a schedule of events for Monday, 24 October:
The national flag at all flag stations in KwaZulu-Natal will be flown at half mast when anti-apartheid activist Mewa Ramgobin is laid to rest on Sunday.
Deputy Minister Cyril Ramaphosa has been pulled into the Ipid, Hawks fray, reports Craig Dodds
Embattled Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan will battle to make magic when he delivers his budget speech this week, writes Craig Dodds
State-owned entities and municipalities countrywide are facing investigations into corruption amounting to R10 billion by the anti-corruption task team.
Romanian tennis player Simona Halep has started off with a win in the WTA Finals in Singapore, defeating American Madison Keys by 6-2, 6-4, in the first match of the competition in the Red Group.
Barça captain Andrés Iniesta will be out of action for between six and eight weeks after injuring knee ligaments in his side's dramatic win over Valencia on Saturday. The midfielder was injured by an
Head of Ukrainian Interpol Bureau Vasyl Nevolya has stated that the bureau will conduct internal checks and audits due to allegations of possible assistance to Ukrainian ex-President Viktor Yanukovych
BAGHDAD - Iraq's Oil Minister Jabar Ali al-Luaibi said on Sunday his country should be exempted from output restrictions as it was fighting a war with Islamic State. ,   "We are fighting a
A first class British Airways passenger travelling from Heathrow to Cape Town was caught trying to film under a flight attendant’s skirt.

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