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By JULIE WATSON Associated Press The two Americans killed in fighting in the Gaza Strip followed in the footsteps of scores of Jews from around the world who have volunteered to fight for Israel.
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Riders relaxed, ate, met with reporters and otherwise found ways to recover from the 2,752 kilometers that they've raced since the start on July 5 in Leeds, England.
Dethroned cyclist Lance Armstrong has been named the official grand marshal of the mayor's ride to kick off the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Circuit of the Fens, Benwick Primary School. Circuit organiser Tom Caldwell and top cyclist Owen Lake went along with bikes and dressed in the kit so the children can see what a professional and his bike looks like.
The Bury rising star has been hugely impressive on his Tour debut but the magnificent effort finally told when the Australian team Orica-GreenEdge decided enough was enough.
Despite a crash in the final stage of the inaugural BeNe Ladies Tour, Emma Johansson bounced back by placing second in the sprint for the stage win behind Belgian champion Jolien D'Hoore to claim overall victory by two seconds.
They say: Never one to let boredom reign, Peter sets a new high water mark of stunts by participating in this year's Tour de France from the comfort of his own one-bedroom share in the LES, to his roommate Ryan's dismay.
Man of the moment Jack Bauer defied wind, rain, storms and big Tony Martin for around 220km before being taken down by a Norwegian hitman at the 11th hour.
Albuquerque police say three teenagers ganged up on two homeless men, fatally beating them and leaving their bodies nearly unrecognizable.
Alexander Kristoff of Norway captured his second stage win of this year's Tour de France by leading a pack that dramatically overtook two breakaway riders with only about 50 meters left in Stage 15 on Sunday.
Tour de France sprinters were licking their wounds and looking to the positives ahead of Sunday's 222km stage 15 from Tallard to Nimes.
Tejay van Garderen of the U.S., fourth from left with bandaged right leg, and stage winner Italy's Vincenzo Nibali, wearing the overall leader's yellow jersey.
IN THE turn of several pedal strokes the Tour de France hopes of Tasmanian Richie Porte came to a crushing end in yesterday's 13th stage and the first of two in the Alps.
There was no shakeup in the overall classification after the 177-kilometer mountainous stage, won by Rafal Majka, for Poland's second ever Tour stage win.
Poland's Rafal Majka broke away on the final climb to win the 14th stage of the Tour de France on Saturday and claim a first stage victory for his Tinkoff-Saxo team.
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