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Joy, fireworks in Berlin after thrilling win
05:46, Jul 14, 2014
Germany erupted in ecstasy Sunday, with fans dancing the night away, the World Cup final win against Argentina that handed the country its historic...
Brazil celebrates rival Argentina's defeat
05:42, Jul 14, 2014
Brazilians bitter about their team's disastrous World Cup celebrated Argentina's defeat to Germany in the final by dancing and launching fireworks....
Host country fans show their disgust
06:08, Jul 13, 2014
Brazil fans expressed disgust with their team after the hosts lost 3-0 to the Netherlands in the third-place playoff Saturday. "I am suporting...
Argentine president to miss WC final
01:24, Jul 13, 2014
Thousands of Argentine fans are expected to attend the World Cup final but President Cristina Kirchner will not be among them as she is sick with...
Vatican plays down talk of WC rivalry
22:26, Jul 11, 2014
With Argentina meeting Germany in the World Cup final, the Vatican on Friday brushed aside talk of soccer rivalry between Argentine Pope Francis...
Fellaini cuts famous locks
21:37, Jul 11, 2014
Marouane Fellaini endured a tough first season at Manchester United but the midfielder was always one of the most recognisable players on the pitch...
Romario wants prison for Brazil's football chiefs
Rousseff doubts protests after Cup 'nightmare'
FIFA suspend Nigeria
Merkel plans trip to Sunday final
Record TV audience in Germany
Dutch Queen 'divided' by semi-final clash
Rodriguez website hacked with Neymar cartoon
Condom-pelting fans attack Russian football headquarters
Colombian President urges coach to stay
Brazil's spokesman banned for three matches
FIFA banned Brazil's team spokesman for three matches for hitting a Chilean player during their countries' World Cup match. The media specialist,...
Death threats, racism directed at Zuniga
Colombia's Juan Zuniga received a flood of death threats and racist abuse on social media Saturday as Brazilians reacted angrily to his...
Brazilians closer to World Cup dream
Joyous Brazilians jumped in the ocean, threw beer in the air and launched fireworks after their football team took a step closer to a dream World...
World Cup bolsters Brazil president
The World Cup has boosted the standing of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff as she targets re-election in October, a poll showed. Leftist...
Costa Rican domestic violence surges on game days
Costa Rican authorities said they would clamp down on domestic violence that has spiked on game days of the country's historic run in the...
Slain Colombia star Escobar honored in Rio
Campaigners using football to underpin social development Wednesday met in Rio to honor the memory of Colombian footballer Andres Escobar, slain 20...
No evidence on Cameroon-Croatia 'fix'
FIFA says it has no evidence of corruption involving Cameroon's 4-0 defeat to Croatia, which a German newspaper claims may have been fixed by...
Capello gets backing despite flop
Russia coach Fabio Capello has been given a vote of confidence by sports officials despite their flop in Brazil, failing to win a match or qualify...
Swiss coach's brother dies
Swiss coach Ottmar Hitzfeld suffered a huge personal loss with the death of his 81-year-old brother hours before his side's World Cup last-16 match...
'Brazil beat the World Cup pessimists'
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff said the country had scored a "goleada," or large victory, over pessimists who warned the World Cup would be...
Police arrest 31 at rowdy Costa Rica party
Thirty-one rowdy fans were arrested in Costa Rica during street celebrations that erupted after the country won its first trip to the...
FIFA fines Algeria for laser incident
FIFA fined the Algerian Football Federation 50,000 Swiss francs (41,200 euros, $56,400) for a laser beam shone in the face of Russia's goalkeeper...
Controversy over toll in Colombia following win
Authorities are at odds over the toll from weekend violence sparked by Colombia's raucous celebrations of its win over Uruguay—with...
Uruguay president curses FIFA 'sons of b******'
Uruguay's President Jose Mujica has slammed FIFA leaders as "sons of b******" for banning the country's star striker Luis Suarez over his infamous...
Ghana sports ministers reassigned
Ghana's sports minister and his deputy were reassigned to other ministerial duties after the Black Stars' disastrous performance at the World Cup,...
Sampaoli proud of defeated Chile
Chile coach Jorge Sampaoli expressed pride in his team despite seeing them exit after an agonising defeat on penalties to Brazil. "My feeling is...
Ghana coach defends player suspensions
Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah said the country's football chiefs were right to order home star players Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari....
Fred jumps to Suarez's defence
Brazil striker Fred said the four-month ban for biting handed down to Uruguay's Luis Suarez could "ruin his livelihood." "You can't deny that he...
Adidas to halt Suarez adverts in World Cup
Sportswear giant Adidas said it would stop using Luis Suarez, one of its key promotional stars, for World Cup adverts after his four-month ban from...
Croatians mourn end of World Cup dream
Croatian fans were in mourning after the national side's 3-1 defeat at the hands of Mexico ended their competition. "Goodbye dreams!" commented...
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