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Football in brief: Webb makes referees&rsquo; list for South Africa

World Cup: Howard Webb has been included in the list of 30 referees for the World Cup in South Africa this year, Fifa confirmed yesterday.

<i>IoS</i> letters, emails & online postings (10 January 2010)

On behalf of ActionAid in the UK and Pakistan, I would like to thank readers of The Independent on Sunday who donated to this year's Christmas Appeal to help those in need in Pakistan. Thanks to your generous donations ActionAid is able to continue its work with hundreds of thousands of people in Pakistan who have been displaced by fighting between the army and the Taliban. Innocent citizens were caught up in this conflict: hundreds were killed and two million had to flee their homes.

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