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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, April 5, 2012
Fabrice Muamba has begun to walk again, less than three weeks after suffering a heart attack while playing for Bolton Wanderers at Tottenham and being described as 'technically dead' for 78 minutes after his collapse during the FA Cup quarterfinal. Read the whole story
The Dutch Ministry of Public Health is advising fans planning to travel to Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine to be vaccinated against measles because of an epidemic that has hit the western region of Ukraine near the Polish border. Read the whole story
Without even considering the Champions League, where it has notched 31 goals, La Liga leader Real Madrid is scoring at an unprecedented rate. Read the whole story
After Chelsea beat Benfica, 2-1, in the Champions League quarterfinals to win 3-1 on aggregate, captain John Terry revealed he played with two cracked ribs and struggled to breathe. The 31-year-old England centerback came off after an hour and told reporters he had suffered the injury more than a week ... Read the whole story
Women's World Cup champion Japan won the Kirin Cup with a 4-1 win over Brazil, edging the USA on goals scored. Read the whole story

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