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  • 'World Cup Brings Little Pleasure to German Brothels (New York Times)
  • The World Cup has not generated the surge in demand for prostitution or the influx of temporary prostitutes that many experts predicted.

  • 'All Rugby News (
  • This page covers all rugby and tournament news from around the world. Ospreys boosted by return of international pair 30 Jun 2006 Wales international forwards Ryan Jones and Brent Cockbain are set to be fit for the start of the new season after returning to full pre-season training with the Ospreys.

  • 'eSignal and MoneyAM launch world markets news service (Computer Business Review)
  • eSignal, a provider of financial market data, news, and decision support tools, and MoneyAM, a financial website for UK private investors, have developed MoneyAM World Markets, a customized quote, chart and news package.

  • 'World news (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)
  • COUNTRY COUNTRY COUNTRY COUNTRY COUNTRY COUNTRY 1 AFGHANISTAN Attack kills 2 British; 20 militants die An insurgent attack on a British base killed two soldiers and an Afghan interpreter, military officials said, while at least 20 militants died during clashes and coalition airstrikes. A U.S. helicopter crashed in an accident in southern Afghanistan, killing one crew member, the U.S. military

  • 'The world this week (BBC News)
  • The BBC News website looks at what could be dominating the headlines around the world this week.

  • 'All Rugby News (
  • This page covers all rugby and tournament news from around the world. Gloucester to expand Kingsholm 30 Jun 2006 Gloucester are to begin work on a new grandstand which will increase the capacity at Kingsholm to 17,500 by the start of the 2007-08 season.

  • 'Beckham quits as captain after England's World Cup exit (USA Today)
  • David Beckham quit as England captain Sunday, the morning after his team went out in the World Cup quarterfinals on penalties to Portugal. A tearful Beckham, wearing the England team tracksuit, read a statement to a crowded news conference at England's training camp, stressing that he wanted to continue playing for England.

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