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Barcelona flying thanks to record-breaking Messi

SHOWS: BARCELONA, SPAIN (FEBRUARY 15, 2015) (REUTERS PICTURES - ACCESS ALL) (MUTE) 1. STILL PHOTOGRAPH OF BARCELONA STRIKER LIONEL MESSI AS LEVANTE'S IVAN RAMIS WATCHES ON 2. STILL PHOTOGRAPH OF Feb 16, 2015
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Ajax defeat Twente 4-2 in Dutch Eredivisie

RESENDING WITH FULL SCRIPT SHOWS: AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS (FEBRUARY 15, 2015) (IMG - SEE RESTRICTIONS BEFORE USE) AJAX AMSTERDAM (RED AND WHITE SHIRTS) V TWENTE ENSCHEDE (BLACK SHIRTS) FIRST HALF Feb 16, 2015
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Ibrahimovic launches campaign to beat hunger

SHOWS: PARIS, FRANCE (FEBRUARY 14, 2015) (REUTERS PICTURES - ACCESS ALL) (MUTE) 1. FOUR STILL PHOTOGRAPHS OF PARIS ST GERMAIN STRIKER ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC CELEBRATING AFTER SCORING AGAINST CAEN IN THE Feb 15, 2015
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ICC World Cup 2015: India celebrates victory over Pakistan

New Delhi/ Mumbai/ Jaipur/ Ahmedabad/ Hyderabad, Feb 15 (ANI): India began the 2015 Cricket World Cup campaign on a winning note as the team recorded a 76-run victory over arch-rivals Pakistan on Sunday. Fans all across the country celebrated the victory of Indian cricket team which has never lost to Pakistan in the last six World Cup series. Fans in Jaipur burnt crackers on roadside and said that whether India wins the World Cup or not it has made a mark by winning against Pak. People in Mumbai held a march holding Indian flag and dancing on roads. Fans in capital New Delhi danced to 'dhol' beats and celebrated the match victory. Meanwhile, fans in Hyderabad cherished India's sixth consecutive victory over Pakistan. Fans in Ahmedabad also celebrated by dancing and burning crackers. Feb 15, 2015