Anelka’s next stop maybe United States
Anelka's next stop maybe United States
Thursday, December 23rd, 2010 12:29:00 LONDON: Nicolas Anelka's brother and agent claimed the striker could move to the United States when his Chelsea contract expires. The 31-year-old's deal with the Blues runs until 2012, by which time he will have spent 11 seasons in English football. And he could be tempted to follow former France teammate Thierry Henry to the States in search of a fresh ...
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Zimbabwe elections likely to be delayed
The United States and other western powers appealed to Zimbabwe's tenuous power-sharing government to ensure a fair and free presidential vote, but officials said an election would not take place anytime soon.
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Rust Belt states losing people, political clout
FILE - In this Feb. 23, 2010 file photo a vacant house is seen near City Airport in Detroit in what was once a thriving neighborhood. Michigan is one of nine states in the Rust Belt that will lose a House seat in 2012, a trend across the region largely reflecting young people going elsewhere in search of work, causing the northern population to become older. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio, File)
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