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King pardons Swiss man   King Bhumibol Adulyadej has pardoned Oliver Jufer who was sentenced to 10 years in jailed for defacing images of him   Nadal winning run ended by Federer  Roger brought an end to Rafael's 81-match winning streak on clay, beating the Spaniard 2-6 6-2 6-0 to win the Hamburg Masters final Arson suspected in synagogue fire   Fire caused major damage to the Hekhal Haness Synagogue, Geneva's largest synagogue Federer and Davydenko get through   Federer reaches French Open final  Roger Federer reached a record 8th consecutive grand slam final by overcoming Russia's Davydenko 7-5 7-6 7-6 in a thrilling semifinal Federer gets bye into quarters   Federer humbling Gasquet  The four-time defending champion stormed into his fifth successive Wimbledon final with a 7-5 6-3 6-4 win Cancellara claims Tour de France prologue   Federer wins historic fifth title
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Cuche wins downhill to claim title Swiss gone on trial over 'insults' to king  57-year-old Oliver Jufer has gone on trial on charges of insulting the king after allegedly defacing portraits of the monarch Miller clinches the super-G title Hosp is women's World Cup champion  Nicole Hosp rubber-stamped a season of Austrian domination on when she clinched the overall and giant slalom crowns Svindal snatches overall cup prize Swiss man jailed for Thai insult
Film producer Ponti dies  Carlo Ponti, the husband of Sophia Loren, has died in Geneva at the age of 94 Roddick knocks off Federer Federer, Roddick win 2nd rounds Valuev retains WBA title Clijsters, Hingis to meet in quarters Federer races to Roddick showdown Green agenda for global leaders   Climate change, the rise of Asia will dominate the agenda when the World Economic Forum starts in Davos   Awesome Federer destroys Roddick  Top seed to blowed away Andy Roddick 6-4 6-0 6-2 and reached the Australian Open final   Blair sees hope of climate deal  UK Prime Minister has told the World Economic Forum a breakthrough on long-term climate change goals could be close   Federer sweeps to Aussie Open win

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  Roger Federer won his 3rd Australian Open and 10th Grand Slam title with a 7-6 (7-2) 6-4 6-4 win over Gonzalez

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  Oliver Jufer, 57, has been jailed for 10 years after pleading guilty to charges of insulting the Thai king

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  The world #1 prevailed over Rafael Nadal 7-6 4-6 7-6 2-6 6-2 after 3 hours and 45 minutes of breathtaking tennis.    Roger emulated Bjorn Borg by winning 5 straight Wim...
Jul.10 Cancellara lifts overall Tour lead Jul.12   Recruits die in avalanche  An avalanche in central Switzerland has killed 6 army recruits on the northern flank of the Jungfrau mountain

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Aug.12 Djokovic upsets Federer
Aug.19 Federer wins 50th tournament Aug.31     US and N Korea primed for talks  Top envoys from the US and North Korea meet in Geneva to discuss ways of normalising relations

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Sep.2   N. Korea agrees to close nuke facilities
  U.S. negotiator: North Korea agreed to declare and disable all its nuclear facilities by the end of the year
Sep.4   Four guilty over Swiss air crash  A court has found four employees of an air traffic control firm guilty of manslaughter over the deaths of 71 people in a mid-air collision in... Sep.5 Federer edge Roddick in quarterfinals Sep.8     Federer held off Davydenko  Top seed held off the determined challenge to score a straight sets 7-5 6-1 7-5 win to reach the final of the U.S. Open Sep.9     Federer wins 4th U.S. Open title
  Federer came through, beating Djokovic 7-6 (4), 7-6 (2), 6-4 for 12th Grand Slam title overall

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Oct.21 Nalbandian stuns Federer Hot Henin claims Zurich Open title Oct.22   Nationalists win record vote  A far-right party recorded the biggest ever share of the vote for a political party, after a controversial campaign that blamed foreigners Oct.28 Federer wins Swiss Indoors Oct.29 FIFA end World Cup rotation policy

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Nov.1   Hingis tests positive for cocaine
  Martina Hingis is revealing that she tested positive for cocaine at Wimbledon. She announced her retirement from tennis for the 2nd time Nov.17 Federer dominates Nadal
Nov.18     Federer is just too hot for Ferrer
  Top-ranked won his fourth Masters Cup title in 5 years when he overwhelmed Spaniard David Ferrer 6-2 6-3 6-2 Nov.24 Sampras stuns Federer

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Dec.2 Italy has France, Dutch in Euro 2008
Dec.12 IOC strips Jones of Olympic medals

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B. 01-10 Film producer Ponti dies Geneva
2. 01-13 Roddick knocks off Federer Melbourne
3. 01-16 Federer, Roddick win 2nd rounds Melbourne
E. 01-20 Valuev retains WBA title Switzerland
5. 01-21 Clijsters, Hingis to meet in quarters Melbourne
6. 01-23 Federer races to Roddick showdown Melbourne
H. 01-23 Green agenda for global leaders Davos, Switzerland
01-25 Awesome Federer destroys Roddick Melbourne
J. 01-27 Blair sees hope of climate deal Switzerland

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