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Euro 2016: Germany fire up ‘the machine’ in Ukraine win, but need to fix some spare parts
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Euro 2016: Germany fire up ‘the machine’ in Ukraine win, but need to fix some spare parts

More records can be set if Germany can improve upon the mature display it produced against Ukraine.

Euro 2016: Gareth Bale on course to become Wales’ biggest star… Even ahead of Ryan Giggs
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Euro 2016: Gareth Bale on course to become Wales’ biggest star… Even ahead of Ryan Giggs

Gareth Bale is well on course to becoming the most important footballer in the Wales' history, even ahead of the legendary Ryan Giggs.

More satisfying to win Champions League as Real Madrid coach than player: Zinedine Zidane
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More satisfying to win Champions League as Real Madrid coach than player: Zinedine Zidane

French football legend and Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane on Friday said that winning the Uefa Champions League as a coach was a more satisfying experience than winning the coveted competition as a player.

From the Euro 2016 stadium: Versatile audience, half-hearted French fandom, David Guetta’s tunes
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From the Euro 2016 stadium: Versatile audience, half-hearted French fandom, David Guetta’s tunes

Those emotions during the match were telling – the blue shirt still matters, and, with possibly a deep run into Euro 2016, France fans may warm to that idea, just like in 1998.

Ronaldo, Ibrahimovic, Martial, Buffon: The stars and newcomers to watch out for at Euro 2016
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Ronaldo, Ibrahimovic, Martial, Buffon: The stars and newcomers to watch out for at Euro 2016

As the Euro 2016 action begins on field, here are some of the players to watch out for.

Euro 2016: Iker Casillas admits it will be difficult for Spain to win third straight title
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Euro 2016: Iker Casillas admits it will be difficult for Spain to win third straight title

Spain captain Iker Casillas said that it will be difficult for them to win the third consecutive Euro title

Euro 2016: Led by Lewandowski and Nawalka, this is Poland's best chance to make a mark
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Euro 2016: Led by Lewandowski and Nawalka, this is Poland's best chance to make a mark

Euro 2016, with 24 sides making it to the main draw, presents Poland with their best opportunity yet, of making it past the first round for the first time ever.

Euro 2016: Uncapped trio Kimmich, Brandt, Weigl named in Germany's provisional squad
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Euro 2016: Uncapped trio Kimmich, Brandt, Weigl named in Germany's provisional squad

Uncapped midfielders Joshua Kimmich, Julian Brandt and Julian Weigl were on Tuesday included in Germany's provisional 27-man squad for Euro 2016.

Euro 2016: Costa, Mata, Torres left out of Spain's provisional 25-man squad
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Euro 2016: Costa, Mata, Torres left out of Spain's provisional 25-man squad

Spain's 25-man provisional squad for Euro 2016 has been announced.

India-made Maruti Suzuki Baleno scores three stars in Euro NCAP crash test
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India-made Maruti Suzuki Baleno scores three stars in Euro NCAP crash test

The variant with safety pack (radar-assisted braking) available abroad, gets four stars

France plans to extend state of emergency till Euro 2016, says PM Valls
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France plans to extend state of emergency till Euro 2016, says PM Valls

France plans to extend the state of emergency in place since November's attacks on Paris for a further two months to ensure security at the Euro 2016 soccer tournament, Prime Minister Manuel Valls said

‘Time passes everyone, I’m no exception’: Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas says he is close to retirement
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‘Time passes everyone, I’m no exception’: Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas says he is close to retirement

Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas said he was keen to carry on racking up the international accolades after equalling the record for most caps by a European player but acknowledged he was closing in on retirement.

Global stocks dip, dollar strengthens after Fed officials hint at April rate hike
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Global stocks dip, dollar strengthens after Fed officials hint at April rate hike

The dollar rose 0.29 percent to 95.357 against a basket of major currencies

UEFA approves goal-line technology as acting chief Infantino vows FIFA win
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UEFA approves goal-line technology as acting chief Infantino vows FIFA win

UEFA on Friday approved the use of goal-line technology (GLT) for its competitions, as the body's acting chief Gianni Infantino vowed to win FIFA's upcoming presidential vote.

Post odd-even: India to skip Bharat Stage-V, to implement Stage-VI emission norms from 2020
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Post odd-even: India to skip Bharat Stage-V, to implement Stage-VI emission norms from 2020

In a major — and perhaps the boldest so far — step to curb vehicular pollution, India is moving directly from Euro IV emission norms for petrol and diesel to Euro VI standards and the oil PSUs plans to invest Rs 28,750 crore for the transition.

Yuan making its way into the SDR basket is no big deal
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Yuan making its way into the SDR basket is no big deal

Yuan inspires confidence only among those who have strong economic ties with China

IMF gives China's currency prized reserve asset status
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IMF gives China's currency prized reserve asset status

The IMF said China's comparatively higher interest rates would likely increase the SDR interest rate

Debt crisis: How Greece's euro tragedy turned into a farce at the end
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Debt crisis: How Greece's euro tragedy turned into a farce at the end

The deliberations leading to this compromise by the European Council have tried their best to keep Greece within the fold and retain the integrity of the euro currency.

Debt crisis: Greece faces D-Day after 'difficult' bailout talks halted
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Debt crisis: Greece faces D-Day after 'difficult' bailout talks halted

Greece on Sunday faced a final EU summit to clinch a deal that would stop Athens crashing out of the euro after divided eurozone ministers halted "very difficult" talks on a new bailout overnight.

Does the European Union Exist? A 'Grexit' will demonstrate the artificiality of the Union
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Does the European Union Exist? A 'Grexit' will demonstrate the artificiality of the Union

What will demonstrate the artificiality of the Union is what has been called ‘Grexit’- that is, Greece’s exit from the European Union.