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  • Colombia: Climber known as ‘Russian Spiderman’ arrested after scaling building

    Moscow: A climber known as the “Russian Spiderman”, scaled the outside of a 12-storey building in Colombia, after which he was arrested for undertaking the act without any protective measures. Pavel Gogulan, 25, took 10 minutes to make the ascent in Medellin on Monday, which he had planned for a week, reports Efe news. It was the second climb he has made in the Colombian city.

  • Women, men in US march topless for gender equality

    Washington : Hundreds of women, and some men, marched on Sunday through numerous cities in the US to show their breasts, demanding gender equality and to protest against the “commercialisation and the double standards” which affects their lives and jobs.

  • Ivan Duque sworn in as Colombia’s new President

    Bogota: Ivan Duque has been swon in as the Colombian President in a ceremony held on the Plaza de Bolivar here. The Conservative political newcomer, who at 42 is the youngest Colombian President ever, was elected in June after a divisive election campaign where he saw off left-wing rival Gustavo Petro, BBC reported.

  • Drone attack on Venezuelan Prez Nicolas Maduro

    Caracas : Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro survived what he called an “attempt against his life” involving explosive drones, blaming Colombia’s outgoing President Juan Manuel Santos and far-right elements for the foiled assassination bid.

  • Sweden set to stop English hurri(K)ane

    Repino : Enthused by an exciting young squad and a potentially kind draw against Sweden in tomorrow’s quarter-final, England fans are starting to believe they can end a 52-year wait to win the World Cup.

  • Pickford the hero as England’s penalty curse ends

    Moscow : The research paid off for Jordan Pickford. When Carlos Bacca stepped up to take Colombia’s fifth and final penalty, Pickford knew he was likely to shoot to the left.

  • sweden burst Swiss bubble

    Forsberg nets winner, enter quarters after 24 years  

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: FPJ’s dream XI predictions for Colombia vs England

    Colombia and England will clash in the round of 16 today in the Spartak Stadium Moscow at 11:30 pm (IST) James Rodriguez is Colombia’s only injury doubt, with the 2014 Golden Boot winner struggling with a calf problem. While scans have revealed no major injury, the team has refused to confirm whether he will be fit to play against England, if James does not play this match, it will be very hard

  • Will Kane be a pain for Colombia?

    South Americans will look to stop in-form England skipper in their chase of quarter-finals berth .

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: England will look to end World Cup jinx of knockout against Colombia

    Moscow, England will try and overcome the weight of the history of knockout heartbreaks in recent past when they face Colombia in the last 16 of the FIFA World Cup here on Tuesday while the South American outfit will attempt to secure a place in the quarter-finals for the second time in succession. England changed nine of their outfield players as they lost to Belgium in their last group game. Coach Gareth


    England striker says he can score in every WC game

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    FIFA World Cup 2018: Argentina’s last-minute entry in knockout to Germany’s exit, a look at tournament journey so far

    With a grand opening of Russian victory over Saudi Arabia by 5-0, FIFA World Cup 2018 has now entered the professional stage with round of 16. The group stage is over and it saw lots of twists and turns for various teams. For instance, defending champion Germany’s shocking exit in the first round, Mexico’s qualification in knockout stage in spite of a loss to Sweden, Argentina’s dramatic entry into the knockout stage

  • Colombia sneak past Senegal into knockouts

    Samara : A powerful header from Barcelona’s Yerry Mina fired Colombia into the last 16 of the World Cup with a 1-0 win over Group H rivals Senegal, who crashed out due to a poorer disciplinary record than Japan.

  • Can Lions Of Teranga Tame Colombia ?

    Samara : Senegal must cut out the defensive errors and find a way to get Sadio Mane firing like he does for Liverpool if they are to tame Colombia on Thursday and reach the World Cup last 16. Coach Aliou Cisse was critical of his pacy and powerful side after their 2-2 draw with Japan on Sunday, saying their opponents were the better team, and called on forward Mane to step it