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Iran bans women fans from volleyball matches

Iran has banned female fans and even women journalists from attending World League volleyball matches in Tehran, the official IRNA news agency reported.

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Nigeria send Bosnia-Herzegovina packing

Nigeria beat Bosnia-Herzegovina 1-0 for their first World Cup win since 1998 to leave the Europeans bottom of Group F still without a point from their first World Cup adventure and no longer able to progress to the last-16.

Read more: Nigeria send Bosnia-Herzegovina packing

   

Rosberg beats Hamilton again

Nico Rosberg held off a challenge from teammate Lewis Hamilton to win the Austrian GP for the sixth 1-2 finish by Mercedes this season.

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Germany held by spirited Ghana

Miroslav Klose scored a landmark goal as Germany and Ghana drew 2-2 with all the goals coming in a terrific second half of another rip-roaring World Cup clash.

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A Messi end to Iran's defiance

Lionel Messi

Lionel Messi saved Argentina's blushes with a brilliant stoppage time winner against unheralded Iran at the World Cup to send the South Americans into the last-16.

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Massa take pole at Austrian GP

Brazilian Felipe Massa seized his first Formula One pole position since 2008 as a resurgent Williams swept the front row of the starting grid in qualifying for the Austrian Grand Prix.

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France hand the Swiss a five-star hammering

Free-flowing France blew away in-form Switzerland with a three-goal first-half barrage en route a thumping 5-2 World Cup Group E win that virtually assures them of qualification for the second round.

Read more: France hand the Swiss a five-star hammering

   

Italy shocked by unfancied Costa Rica

Costa Rica beat Italy 1-0 to secure their progress to the World Cup knockout stage from a Group D containing three previous winners and guarantee England's first-round exit.

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Group D preview: Italy v Costa Rica

Shunning the flamboyance and individuality that has previously characterised their game, Costa Rica and their collection of nimble attacking talents face Italy, ready to produce another World Cup shock.

Read more: Group D preview: Italy v Costa Rica

   

Kerber tames Wozniacki in semis

Germany's Angelique Kerber reached her second Aegon International final with a 3-6, 7-6, 6-3 victory over 2009 champion Caroline Wozniacki.

Read more: Kerber tames Wozniacki in semis

   

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