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  • Bayern survive Hansa fightback

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  • Nigeria relishing playing the role of party wreckers

  • More than victory at stake for favorites Ivory Coast

  • NBA: Lakers beat Raptors after Gasol trade

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  • China set up a 2-0 Fed Cup lead against France

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  • Hidden by the law

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