Fifa has suspended Jamaican player Jermaine Hue for nine months after he tested positive for a banned substance at a World Cup qualifying match while team doctor Carlton Fraser has been banned from football for four years for administering the drug dexamethasone.
Eddie Johnson and Landon Donovan on target in 2-0 win
The Jamaican sprinter is in London to take part in this weekend's Anniversary Games at the Olympic Stadium
Robert Seldon Lady was detained after Costa Rica sent him back to Panama
Hey ladies, it’s our day today. Some might say that half the population need more than just 24 hours... and we’d agree. But with global events shedding light on women’s rights, and Michelle Obama recognising extraordinary heroines, it’s a small step in the right direction.
A number of players have moved on to 'bigger' clubs
Latics travel to west London tomorrow
Espinoza will go straight into Roberto Martinez's squad for the FA Cup tie with Bournemouth
Stuart Pearce saw his Great Britain side take a step closer to an Olympic medal by beating Uruguay last night but insists gold is the only colour he is planning for.
Vicente del Bosque holds his squad together and, says Pete Jenson, will not consider stitching up Italy
Many of the prisoners in a Honduran jail where fire killed more than 350 inmates had never been charged, let alone convicted, according to a Honduran government report.
Angry relatives clash with police as officials study whether fire was caused by electrical fault or arson
Woman tried to sell a piece of the moon - but her buyer was an undercover Nasa agent
On 28 October 1998, Hurricane Mitch - a tropical storm in the south Caribbean - suddenly intensified into one of the worst hurricaines of the century.
Traffickers will do anything to get their priceless cargo into the US – including razing pristine forest, writes Huw Hennessy in Honduras
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