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Taliban forced to retreat from western Afghan city
Afghan commandos and US air attacks drove the Taliban to the outskirts of Farah city, officials said Wednesday, after a daylong battle to prevent the terrorists from seizing the western provincial capital.
Farah wins final race on home soil
British distance great Mo Farah sprinted clear to win the 3000m at the Birmingham Diamond League meeting in his final track meeting on home soil.
Farah on last race on British soil: It will be emotional
Mo Farah admitted the emotions will be running high when he makes his final appearance on a British track at Birmingham’s Alexander Stadium today.
Farah: I will overcome injury
Mo Farah said he will overcome a leg injury to defend his 5000m world title after winning the "toughest race" of his life to retain his 10000m crown.
Farah says is 'a clean athlete', 'frustrated' by leaked report
Great Britain's Sir Mo Farah says he is a "clean athlete" after a leaked report suggested his American coach may have broken anti-doping rules to boost the performance of some of his athletes.
Afghan forces 'mistakenly' kill own troops in Farah
Afghan forces have “mistakenly” killed five soldiers and a law enforcement officer in the Kensk region of the western province of Farah.
Golds by Farah, Adams and Heath take GB past London 2012 haul
Mo Farah successfully defended his Olympic 5,000m title in Rio as Great Britain won 66 medals to surpass its medal haul from London 2012.
Farah, Trott, rowers win gold, Ennis-Hill silver for GB on day eight
Mo Farah and Laura Trott made history by claiming their third Olympic titles as Great Britain won eight medals on day eight of the Rio Games.
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