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Five football leagues spent more than the GDP of 56 countries

The football world spent billions of dollars in 2017 transferring players, more than the GDP of 56 countries.

Brazilian footballer Kaka retires

Brazilian footballer Kaka retires

Somalia Women's Football: Sport is helping to heal war ravaged country

Somalia Women's Football: Sport is helping to heal war ravaged country

UK Teenage Gambling: Football clubs linked with betting industry

UK Teenage Gambling: Football clubs linked with betting industry

Champions League: Rashford Man United's main tool to win

Champions League: Rashford Man United's main tool to win

G7 leaders plan grand infrastructure projects to counter China's Belt and Road initiative

G7 leaders plan grand infrastructure projects to counter China's Belt and Road initiative

Queen Elizabeth meets Joe Biden at Windsor Castle

Queen Elizabeth meets Joe Biden at Windsor Castle

Israel politicians form coalition ousting Benjamin Netanyahu

Israel politicians form coalition ousting Benjamin Netanyahu

YPG/PKK terror group blamed for Afrin hospital attack

YPG/PKK terror group blamed for Afrin hospital attack

Kabul Blast: Afghan girls turn to psychotherapy to deal with the trauma

Kabul Blast: Afghan girls turn to psychotherapy to deal with the trauma

Israel's Knesset to vote on new coalition government on Sunday

Israel's Knesset to vote on new coalition government on Sunday

Erdogan and Biden to discuss their differences in Brussels

Erdogan and Biden to discuss their differences in Brussels

England open Euro 2020 campaign against Croatia

England open Euro 2020 campaign against Croatia

Canada pays final homage to Muslim family killed in terror attack

Canada pays final homage to Muslim family killed in terror attack

Caravans hit the road for the Turkish summer

Caravans hit the road for the Turkish summer

Croatian town sells houses for a bargain

Croatian town sells houses for a bargain

India and Pakistan take basmati battle to EU

India and Pakistan take basmati battle to EU

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