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  • Major Fraud Case Emerges From Jamaica Teachers Union
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  • Uruguay Starts Marrying Gay Couples
  • South African City Apologizes for Mandela Bill
  • Former Turkish Military Chief Receives Life Sentence for Coup Plot
  • Egypt’s Brotherhood Leader Rejects Appeal to Negotiate
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  • Dairy Exporter Finds Contaminated Products
  • Political Protests in Burkina Faso

Study Raises Concerns of West Germany Cheating in Sports

A study revealed that West Germany aided in the use of athletes using performance-enhancing drugs. In the study, Berlin's Humboldt University said that state officials sponsored research for the drugs including anabolic steroids, testosterone, estrogen and EPO. The report also claimed that three West German footballers in the 1966 World Cup final squad used the illegal stimulant ephedrine.

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