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South African President Cyril Ramaphosa resists calls to resign

After days of speculation, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa looks set to fight calls for his resignation despite a damning report that found he could have covered up the theft of hundreds of thousands of dollars at his private game farm.
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Fans’ wild World Cup fashion draws praise, scorn in Qatar

DOHA, Qatar (AP) — The World Cup in Qatar has become a political lightning rod, so it comes as no surprise that soccer fans’ sartorial style has sparked controversy. Forget your classic soccer jerseys - the streets of Doha have been transformed into a chaotic runway show in terms of fashion.
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England vs Senegal LIVE: World Cup 2022 kick-off time, starting 11 and news with Bukayo Saka set to start

England face Senegal in a World Cup last-16 clash tonight in Qatar. After finishing top of Group B to qualify for the knockout stages, England’s bid to win the World Cup starts to get serious with a place in the quarter-finals on the line. England had to endure penalties as they beat Colombia at this stage in Russia four years ago, and Gareth Southgate will be hoping there is less tension tonight against Senegal.In what has been a wildly unpredictable World Cup so far, England’s path to the last 16 was rather more serene than some of the other...

France, England in World Cup spotlight after Messi helps Argentina into quarters

France's bid to retain the World Cup continues against Poland on Sunday, while England's pursuit of a first major trophy in 56 years will be tested by African champions Senegal. England reached the semi-finals four years ago and finished runners-up at Euro 2020, and got off to a fine start in Qatar by winning Group B. And they believe they can win the tournament in Qatar to finally end their agonising wait for a first major trophy since the 1966 World Cup.
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England vs Senegal predictions: World Cup 2022

Former winners England will take on African champions Senegal in the second knockout match on Sunday. Despite star player Sadio Mane’s absence, Senegal have been impressive in the World Cup. The Lions of Teranga have scored five goals this tournament and finished behind leaders Netherlands in Group A. England...
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HOLY COW! HISTORY: Cal Coolidge’s Crazy Coon – Inside Sources

More than presidents have called 1600 Pennsylvania home. The White House has been a kind of landlocked Noah’s Ark over the years. The Lincolns had nanny goats. William Howard Taft kept a beloved dairy cow on the premises. Teddy Roosevelt housed an incredible 23 species indoors and out, including a lion and a badger. And there have been more dogs and cats than you can shake the proverbial stick at.
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England offer surprise Gareth Southgate team news hint ahead of Senegal Word Cup clash

All 25 of England's World Cup stars took part in the final training session before tonight's (Sunday) last-16 tie against Senegal as Gareth Southgate's side look to advance to the quarter-finals. The Three Lions face the African champions at the Al Bayt Stadium this evening (7pm) after topping Group B.

England side to face Senegal 'leaked' as Gareth Southgate makes big call

Gareth Southgate is set to make some huge calls for England's last 16 World Cup game vs Senegal, with Phil Foden expected to keep his place in a 'leaked' line up. The England boss came in for some very harsh criticism in the wake of his side's 0-0 draw vs USA, in their second group game of the tournament.
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England vs Senegal predictions: Our experts on the score and style to expect

After beating Wales 3-0 to finish with the best record from the group stage, England will play their first knockout fixture of the World Cup today. They take on Africa Cup of Nations champions Senegal in the last 16 at 7pm GMT this evening. Senegal were predicted to be one...
Washington Post

The World Cup feels richer with African teams back in round of 16

WAKRAH, Qatar — Africa-wise, this World Cup looked bleak around the outset. The Nov. 8 injury to the best player among the 1.2 billion Africans, Sadio Mane of Senegal and Bayern Munich, displayed fate’s capacity for meanness. The five African sides went 0-3-2 in their opening matches, with the draws both goalless. A scenario of a knockout stage lacking any African team for the second consecutive World Cup looked plausible.
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