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Piped noise, robots and 'sex dolls': how to liven up an empty stadium

Fpo - Livening up sport without fans is a challenge for competitions returning after the coronavirus, and organisers have tried several ways to make empty stadiums more appealing.

After World Cup, Russians flock to matches

Moscow - Many thought the football craze in Russia would not last and the shiny new stadiums built for the World Cup would rapidly become "white elephants" the country could not afford.

Drones and kites must remain grounded while Obama visits London

London - When President Barack Obama arrives in London, drones, kites, balloons, and parachutes will be banned from flying above central London and Windsor. The restrictions are part of a security plan implemented by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).

Temporary facilities pose World Cup headache for FIFA

An unpaved area of 140,000 square meters around the Porto Alegre stadium is among FIFA's biggest headaches with three months to go until the World Cup in Brazil, secretary general Jerome Valcke said on Thursday.

South Africa's air force says air space violations over stadiums minimal Special

Pretoria - Violations of the air space over soccer World Cup stadia in South Africa have been minimal, the South African Air Force (SAAF) says. The SAAF revealed in a media release that only one-tenth of one percent of all flights violated air space security.

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