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  • Jubilation

    Oakland Raiders fullback Marcel Reece (center) celebrates with fans after an NFL football game against the Kansas City Chiefs in Oakland, California, on Thursday. The Raiders won 24-20. (AP/Ben Margot)

  • Putting it briefly: RI cricket team chalks up first win

    JAKARTA: Indonesia had a mixed second day at the 2014 Pepsi ICC East Asia-Pacific (EAP) Men’s Trophy in Lismore, Australia, where it won one game and lost another on Thursday.

  • Senna ready for world karting championship

    Indonesian karting driver Senna Noor is set to fly to Valencia to take part in the Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals next week.

  • Soccer Friday: Insider Raddy threatens to derail Singapore’s Suzuki Cup hopes

    With smiles flashing like rival presidential candidates, it was a high handshake captured by the cameras before the serious business ahead.

  • RI cricket team chalks up first win

    Indonesia had a mixed second day at the 2014 Pepsi ICC East Asia-Pacific (EAP) Men’s Trophy in Lismore, Australia, where it won one game and lost another on Thursday.

  • AP source: Bermuda to host 2017 America's Cup

    The tax haven of Bermuda has been picked over San Diego to host the 2017 America's Cup, a person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press on Thursday.

  • No way to run

    A policeman beats a man as people run on the pitch at the Felix Houphouet-Boigny Stadium in Abidjan on Wednesday at the end of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations group D qualifying football match between Ivory Coast and Cameroon. (AFP/Issouf Sanogo)

  • Samoa gets support from All Blacks in pay dispute

    Senior All Blacks have sided with Samoan players in their dispute with their national rugby union, joining a social media campaign to force changes in the sport's administration in the Pacific island nation.

  • Whistleblower: FIFA report discredited my account

    A World Cup bidding whistleblower fears her treatment by FIFA will prevent people from coming forward with evidence as world football's governing body grapples with allegations of corruption.

  • Simon exits Hong Kong Open first round

    Simon Santoso of Indonesia crashed out in the opening round of the Hong Kong Open badminton championship after he lost to Brice Leverdez of France on Wednesday.

  • Indonesia takes double losses at ICC EAP

    Despite some passing showers, the 2014 Pepsi ICC East Asia-Pacific (EAP) Men’s Trophy, which is a 20 overs tournament, kicked off on Wednesday at the Oakes Oval precinct in Lismore, New South Wales.

  • Federer's back is key in Davis Cup final

    Roger Federer was at the top of his game in London last week, sweeping past opponents as if his age were not an issue. A back injury over the weekend changed everything, casting serious doubts over his chances of winning the Davis Cup, or even playing against France in the final.

  • Indonesia joins ICC EAP event

    Indonesia is among 10 participants at the 2014 International Cricket Council (ICC) East Asia-Pacific (EAP) Men’s Trophy in Lismore, New South Wales, Australia, which runs Nov. 19-23.

  • Jakarta to hold int’l muay thai event

    An international muay thai tournament is scheduled to take place at the Pertamina Simprug sports hall in Jakarta on Dec. 6.

  • Myanmar parliament head rules out charter change

    The influential speaker of Myanmar's parliament said Tuesday the military-drafted constitution that bars opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi from becoming president will not be changed before next year's general election.

  • JCA Cricket: GMIS and Metro Indians win

    GMIS scraped past a combative Emerio by two wickets, while Metro Indians thumped TKCC by 135 runs in this week’s matches in the Apple Coal JCA League 2014-15.

  • Putting it briefly: Kenya’s Lilan, Kihen win Borobudur Int’l 10K

    MAGELANG: Runners from Kenya dominated the Borobudur International 10K race at Borobudur Temple in Magelang, Central Java, on Sunday, with Kenedy Lilan taking first place in the men’s division and Peninah Kihen winning the women’s division.

  • Glorious moment

    French world champion rally driver 2014 Sebastien Ogier (left) and his co-driver Julien Ingrassia (right) of Volkswagen Motorsport celebrate winning the 2014 Wales GB Rally in the final round of the FIA World Rally Championship in Llandudno, Wales, on Sunday. (AFP/Geoff Caddick)

  • Kenya’s Lilan, Kihen win Borobudur Int’l 10K

    Runners from Kenya dominated the Borobudur International 10K race at Borobudur Temple in Magelang, Central Java, on Sunday, with Kenedy Lilan taking first place in the men’s division and Peninah Kihen winning the women’s division.

  • German league president says UEFA could leave FIFA

    UEFA would have to consider leaving FIFA if world football's governing body does not publish in full American attorney Michael Garcia's report into bidding for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, says German Football League President Reinhard Rauball.

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