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  • Khan to donate golden shorts to help Pakistani massacre school

    British boxer Amir Khan plans to donate a £30,000 ($46,973) pair of shorts to help rebuild the Pakistan army-run school where 141 people were killed by the Taliban. Khan, who is of Pakistani heritage, wore the flamboyant shorts including a waistband made from 24-carat gold threading when he…

    AFP
  • Khan donates 30,000 pounds shorts to Peshawar school

    LONDON (Reuters) - Boxer Amir Khan will donate a pair of 30,000 pounds ($47,007) shorts to the Peshawar school in Pakistan where 132 children were killed by Taliban gunmen earlier this week. Khan wore the shorts, featuring a waistband made from 24-carat gold thread, in a unanimous points victory…

    Reuters
  • Ali's 'What's My Name?' opponent Terrell dies at 75

    (Reuters) - Former heavyweight boxing champion Ernie Terrell, best known for his punishing loss to Muhammad Ali in the famed "What's My Name?" fight in 1967, has died at the age of 75, the Chicago Sun-Times reported on Wednesday. Terrell, a towering 6-foot 6-inch boxer with an 82-inch reach, had…

    Reuters