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LeBron James: Racism is 'part of America'

Basketball superstar says 'racism is part of America' in pointed response after racial slur was sprayed on to his house.

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Paul Pogba: 'We played for the people who died'

Emotional victory for Manchester United in Stockholm followed a moment of silence in memory of the 22 killed in blast.

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Ronaldo helps Real Madrid bag La Liga crown

Barcelona's win over Eibar not enough to overtake Real Madrid who seal first league title since 2012.

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Chelsea crowned English Premier League winners

Substitute Batshuayi scores 82nd-minute winner against West Brom to hand Chelsea sixth English league title.

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Ousted FIFA ethics investigator: '100s cases ongoing'

Officials were 'investigating wrongdoing' at world football's governing body - the focus of numerous corruption cases.

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FIFA delays stand on Israeli settlement football teams

In advance of annual congress, FIFA says it is 'premature' to take any final decision on Israeli clubs in the West Bank.

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Kipchoge misses sub-2 hour marathon by just 26 seconds

Kenyan runner smashes marathon record by 2 1/2 minutes, but his time will not count as an official IAFF world record.

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Italy: Sulley Muntari racism protest ban lifted

Red card is annulled by Italian Football Federation's appeal court following outcry.

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FIBA allows hijab in professional basketball

Basketball governing body FIBA ratifies proposal overturning ban on head coverings including hijab.

FIBA allows hijab

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FIFA suspends audit official Richard Lai over bribery

Guam football chief Richard Lai, who is a US citizen, pleaded guilty to taking close to $1m in bribes.

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