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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Nov. 28, 2011
Silva Martinez, the wife of Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez, was attacked by two men with a corrosive liquid that burned her face and arms on Saturday in Montevideo. Read the whole story
Six members of the Togo's Etoile Filante soccer club died in a bus accident on Saturday in Togo and 25 people were injured. The team was headed to Sokode, where it was scheduled to play Sunday, when a tire reportedly burst, causing the bus to flip and catch fire. Read the whole story
Last month in Iran, Persepolis defender Mohammed Nosrati groped the backside of his teammate, Sheys Rezaei, while celebrating a goal in a nationally televised match. Read the whole story
Speaking at the opening ceremony of Soccerex in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil sports minister Aldo Rebelo tried to allay fears that corruption investigations and delays will tarnish the 2014 World Cup to be staged by his country. Read the whole story
For the fourth consecutive season, the Mexican league's regular-season's top team was eliminated from the playoffs at the quarterfinal stage. Read the whole story
Barcelona's 27-game unbeaten streak ended Saturday when the three-time defending La Liga champion lost, 1-0, to Getafe, whose Juan Valera scored in the 67th minute with a header off a corner kick. Read the whole story


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