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Joachim Loew to Stay On as Germany Coach Till Euro 2016

World Cup-winning Löw confirms he'll chase Euro 2016

On Wednesday, World Cup winner Joachim Löw announced that he would remain Germany's coach through the 2016 European Championship in France. Although Löw had extended his contract well before the tournament, media had speculated that he might step ... Deutsche Welle, 47 minutes ago
Joachim Löw to remain as Germany coach Irish Times, 2 hours ago

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International Paralympic Committee

Russia start as favourites for European glory

22.07.2014 Eleven teams will compete in the 2014 CPISRA Football 7-a-side European Championships between 23 July and 4 August. After losing on penalties to Ukraine four years ago, Russia responded by winning the world title in 2011 and ...
 International Paralympic Committee1 day ago Germany and Ireland getting ready for football 7-a-side European championships  International Paralympic Committee1 day ago Cup glory reward for strategic German planning  Irish Examiner1 day ago Germany's success should inspire local football  Namibian Sun5 days ago

Congratulations Germany, Worthy FIFA World Cup Champions!

THE best team won the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Germany scored most goals in the tournament with 18, and was the only team to score in every match they played. Although Germany did not have a superstar like Messi, all German players were outstanding.
 Bangladesh Daily Star6 days ago Germany wins terrifically entertaining World Cup  Sify1 week ago
Huffington Post UK

World Cup Golden Boot Winner Rodriguez Joins Real Madrid

Real Madrid have agreed a deal to sign World Cup Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez from Monaco, the European champions have announced. The Colombia international has agreed a six-year contract with Madrid and underwent his medical with the club ...
 Huffington Post UK12 hours ago Real Madrid Sign James Rodriguez, World Cup Golden Boot Winner For £63m  Huffington Post UK1 day ago Real confirm Rodriguez signing day ago James Rodriguez joins Real Madrid in £60m deal  ITV.com1 day ago
Times of Malta

Is Germany still the champion?

Germany's goalkeeper Manuel Neuer receiving a hug from Chancellor Angela Merkel, sitting beside President Joachim Gauck, after the 2014 World Cup final between Germany and Argentina. Photo: Dylan Martinez/Reuters A week on from its World Cup ...
 Times of Malta1 day ago ONeill: Germany won't relent  Irish Examiner13 hours ago Germany, Still the world champion?  Financial Express2 days ago GLOBAL ECONOMY WEEKAHEAD-Is Germany still the champion?  Reuters3 days ago
Environment News Service

German Coal Power Plants Are Europe's Most Climate-Damaging

Germany has some of Europe's most ambitious climate targets. It also has four of the region's five dirtiest power plants. While PGE SA 's Belchatow lignite unit in Poland was Europe's dirtiest last year, with 37.2 million metric tons of CO2 ...
 Bloomberg1 day ago Europe's Dirty 30′ Power Plants Impair Climate Progress  Environment News Service17 hours ago UK leads in list of EU's most polluting power plants  Utility Week1 day ago Dirty coal plants undermine EU climate leadership report  Responding to Climate Change1 day ago
Irish Independent

Ireland remain in 70th as world champions Germany top FIFA rankings

The Republic of Ireland remain in 70th position following the World Cup with Germany moving to top position following their success in Brazil. The Republic of Ireland remain in 70th position following the World Cup with Germany moving to top ...
 Irish Independent6 days ago Germany players damage World Cup trophy day ago World Cup trophy damaged by "unknown" Germany Player  Uganda Daily Monitor1 day ago Germany back to FIFA's top rank  Panay News4 days ago
The Guardian Express

Real were too quick: Lahm

Bayern Munich could not contain Real Madrids quicksilver counter-attacks, captain Philipp Lahm said after the European champions lost 1-0 in their Champions League semifinal, first leg on Wednesday. Madrid were happy to cede possession to Bayern for large ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago FEI Nations Cup Eventing: Germany Invincible on Home Ground  Horse-Canada1 day ago Die Mannschaft Captain Lahm Retires From International Game  The Guardian Express3 days ago Lahm retires from internationals  Gulf News4 days ago

Germany: After one hundred years

JULY 28, 1914, was when the First World War broke out in Europe. Preceded by assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, the conflict quickly spread across the continent and enveloped its major powers. Germany, which had emerged as an ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 day ago After one hundred years  The Statesman3 days ago
Himalayan Times

Is Germany still the champion?

A photograph taken using long exposure shows a goalpost which has been illuminated with torches at a leisure facility in front of the European Central Bank (ECB) headquarters in Frankfurt June 1, 2014. BRUSSELS: A week on from its World Cup soccer ...
 Himalayan Times1 day ago Is Germany still the champion? (Reuters)  Yahoo! News Australia3 days ago
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