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Interpol on trail of foreign buyers

The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) is assisting Interpol to identify and apprehend the foreigners who had bought child pornography from Bangladesh. The move to nab the international clientele was initiated following the arrest of Tipu Kibria, an author of children's literature, and three of his associates on June 12 for using street children in pornographic shoots and selling those to foreign buyers. "So far we have identified 13 customers and dealers from eight countries, including the United States, United Kingdom, Saudi...

Germany: After one hundred years

JULY 28, 1914, was when the First World War broke out in Europe. Preceded by assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, the conflict quickly spread across the continent and enveloped its major powers. Germany, which had emerged as an industrial powerhouse following unification under the leadership of Otto Von Bismarck, jumped into the fray in the hope of containing the threat from France and curbing the ascent of Britain. Germany's defeat in the war sowed the seeds for...

Germany damage World Cup trophy

Germany damage World Cup trophy

The chief of Germany's football association (DFB) has revealed that one of the team's triumphant players has damaged their World Cup trophy, reports Goal.com. Joachim Low's men defeated Argentina 1-0 in the final after extra-time to win the fourth world title in their history, following on from 1954, 1974 and 1990 victories. The Germany squad...

Germany captain Lahm retires from internationals

Germany captain Lahm retires from internationals

World Cup-winning captain Philipp Lahm has retired from playing for Germany. The 30-year-old Lahm said on the federation's website he decided this past season to retire after the World Cup. He informed coach Joachim Loew on Monday. Lahm played 113 games for Germany since his debut in 2004. He recently extended his contract with Bundesliga...

Congratulations Germany, Worthy FIFA World Cup Champions!

THE best team won the 2014 FIFA World Cup.  Germany scored most goals in the tournament with 18, and was the only team to score in every match they played.  Although Germany did not have a superstar like Messi, all German players were outstanding. They were strong both on defense and offense, but what separated them from their competitors is that they had a better set of creative midfielders. The German team is also diverse: defensive standout Jerome Boateng...

Not Gaza children, Özil helps sick Brazil kids with World Cup money

Not Gaza children, Özil helps sick Brazil kids with World Cup money

Mesut Özil has not given his World Cup bonus money to the children of Gaza despite reports claiming the World Cup winner had, after the Germany international cleared up the rumours by revealing he was funding sick children in Brazil to undergo surgery, reports UK-based daily The Independent. Özil was part of the Germany...

Germany top of FIFA rankings after WC win

Germany top of FIFA rankings after WC win

Germany climbed to the top of the FIFA rankings on Thursday after winning the World Cup for the first time in 24 years, while several European rivals paid the price for their dismal performances in Brazil. Germany, which beat Argentina 1-0 on Sunday to win a fourth World Cup, replaced deposed champion Spain in...

German football: Re-defined

GARY Lineker, the once prolific England striker, had defined football as: “a simple game: twenty-two men chase a ball for ninety minutes and at the end which the Germans win." Germany doesn't need your help; they'll probably win without it. The definition may not be true under all circumstances but at least in this World Cup it held out. It took around 24 years of painstaking wait to see my favourite team lifting the world cup. The wait was...

Thank you, Brazil

Thank you, Brazil

Thank you Brazil, and goodbye. It's been … emotional. After 32 days, 64 matches, 171 goals, 182 yellow cards, 48,706 passes, 2,124 tackles, 4 billion dollars in revenue for FIFA, plus of course an unceasing spume of digital opinion, a tsunami of public weeping and a mountain of deep-fried cheese pasties, the 2014...

World Cup heroes return home

World Cup heroes return home

Tens of thousands of German football fans in Berlin have gathered since daybreak to welcome the return from Brazil of their World-Cup-winning team. The flight bringing the triumphant players to the capital touched down from Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday morning. Celebrations will take place at the Brandenburg Gate, where the players will display the famous gold trophy.

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