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Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Tough to do better next time, says Madagascar boss

The Chronicle Cairo — Madagascar coach, Nicolas Dupuis, conceded it would be difficult for the Africa Cup of Nations debutants to eclipse their run to...

Royal fans accuse Prince Harry of owning just one ‘scruffy’ pair of shoes

The Chronicle ROYAL women are often subjected to scrutiny when it comes to their choice in outfit, but it seems that the men aren’t exempt...

Concacaf keeps hexagonal in new SWC format

The Chronicle Miami – New-look North American qualifiers for the Fifa World Cup in 2022 will retain a six-team hexagonal round-robin showdown in the final...

Couple defends world wife-carrying contest title

The Chronicle SONKAJARVI (Finland) — A Lithuanian couple won the World Wife-Carrying Championship for a second time in a row in the Finnish town of...

Done Deal!. . . .Griezmann signs for Barcelona

The Chronicle Barcelona — Antoine Griezmann signed for Barcelona on Thursday after the Spanish champions paid La Liga rivals Atletico Madrid the €120 million release...

Zuma confirms Zondo commission appearance

The Chronicle Former president Jacob Zuma has personally confirmed that he will appear before the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture on Monday, saying...

Ramaphosa gives green light for army to go into gang-infested areas

The Chronicle The South African National Defence Force will join an operation to clamp down on Cape Town’s gang infested areas on Friday, Police Minister...

Sudan’s ruling military council foils coup attempt

The Chronicle Sudan’s ruling military council (TMC) says it has foiled an attempted military coup and at least 16 officers have been arrested. The development late...

Mandela’s grandson slams ‘Israeli apartheid’

The Chronicle London, United Kingdom —The grandson of anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela has delivered a damning condemnation of “Israeli apartheid”, in a high-profile expression of...

Britain hunts source of anti-Trump diplomatic leak

The Chronicle The British government is hunting for the source of a leak of diplomatic cables that branded President Donald Trump’s administration “dysfunctional” and “inept”. UK...
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