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200 emplois perdus à Charleroi? "Ces chiffres n'ont aucun fondement", jure...
Après cinq braquages en un mois en province Hainaut, Colruyt tire la sonnette d'alarme
Tunisie : Le peuple du bassin minier n’a pas renoncé à ses rêves de justice sociale
Près de quatre ans après la révolution, la population de Gafsa se sent toujours abandonnée, dépossédée des richesses que génère l’exploitation des phosphates. À la veille des élections législatives du 26 octobre, la fracture n’a jamais semblé aussi profonde entre les aspirations sociales et les promesses sans lendemain des élites tunisoises.
Uruguay : « Pepe », Tabaré et les autres
José «Pepe» Mujica, le populaire président de gauche, passe le relais dimanche à Tabaré Vasquez lors des élections générales.
Northside ready to go on piste with ski slope
Get your skis on — it’s time to go on the piste on the northside of Cork City.
England v Australia in demand with 950,000 Rugby World Cup tickets sold
650,000 applications for England v Australia pool match
500,000 applications received for Rugby World Cup final
Debbie Jevans confident every game will sell out

Englands pool match against Australia proved to be the among the most in demand matches for next years Rugby World Cup with the organisers announcing that a total of 950,000 tickets were sold in the September general sale.

The organisers received 650,000 applications for Englands Twickenham clash with the Wallabies almost eight times the capacity of the south west London stadium as well as 500,000 for the World Cup final on 31 October.

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Irish racing under cloud as latest court case lists 36 drugs charges
Kieran ODriscoll runs a legitimate equine supplies firm
Case is next due to be raised in court in January
Royal Ascot-winning trainer guilty in steroids case
Philip Fenton back in court on Thursday

The potential extent of the drug problem facing Irish racing is suggested by the news that a man who runs an equine and veterinary supplies business in County Clare is facing 36 charges in an Irish court of possessing unauthorised animal remedies. Kieran ODriscoll, whose address is Sunset House, Fanore, Ballyvaughan, has a significant legitimate business supplying goods to studs, vets and trainers and is believed to have clients in England as well as in Ireland.

But in May he appeared in Loughrea district court to answer charges that he had been caught in possession of banned items on 28 January 2012 at an address in County Galway. The items listed in the summonses are largely antibiotics, anti-inflammatories and sedatives and include items which could be legally possessed if prescribed by a vet.

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Everton supporters attacked in Lille prior to Europa League clash

100 Lille supporters ambushed Everton fans
A number of Everton fans suffered injuries
Police used tear gas to break up the attack
Barkleys return puts skids under Aston Villa

A group of Everton fans were the victims of a seemingly unprovoked attack in Lille late on Wednesday, prior to their Europa League clash on Thursday.

The travelling supporters were ambushed at a bar in the city centre by approximately 100 Lille fans at around 10pm local time, an attack which resulted in a number of injuries with some Everton followers suffering head wounds, according to eye witnesses. Police were quick on to the scene and released tear gas to break up the attack.

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