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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2010
Paul the Octopus, who became world famous by correctly predicting eight out of eight 2010 World Cup games, died on Tuesday in his tank at the Oberhausen Sea Life Center in Germany. Aquarium spokeswoman Ariane Vieregge said Paul, who was 2 and a half years old, died of natural causes. Read the whole story
For the second time in five years, a stampede at Nyayo National Stadium in Nairobi, Kenya, was fatal. Eight fans were killed and scores of other fans injured in a stampede at one of only three gates open for Saturday's derby between Kenya Premier League match between archrivals AFC Leopards ... Read the whole story
International soccer threatens to be inundated with bribery scandals. The latest: charges by Cyprus Football Association board member Spyros Marangos that Poland and Ukraine, surprise winners of the campaign to host Euro 2012, had bought off high-ranking UEFA members to the tune of $15 million. Read the whole story
The Los Angeles Galaxy beat the Seattle Sounders in both regular-season meetings early in the year, by a combined score of 7-1, but the Sounders like their chances at home on Halloween in the first leg of the quarterfinal matchup. Read the whole story
D.C. United club president Kevin Payne said interim coach Ben Olsen will not be considered for the full-time position because of his inexperience. "I don't think he is ready," Payne said. "It's been a great learning experience for Ben and I am sure he will learn a great deal over ... Read the whole story


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