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AP WAS THERE: Diego Maradona ousts England at 1986 World Cup

MEXICO CITY – EDITOR’S NOTE: The quarterfinal match at the 1986 World Cup encapsulated both the best and worst of Diego Maradona, who died Wednesday at the age of 60.He scored one of soccer’s most astounding goals, weaving through England’s midfield and defense before finding the back of the net. But, in one of the most infamous cheats in sports’ history, he also sneaked another past goalkeeper Peter Shilton by knocking the ball in with his left hand.

Adding insult to injury, he later coined one of the most infamous phrases in soccer history, crediting that goal to the “Hand of God.”AP Sports Writer Barry Wilner covered that famous match for The Associated Press. Thirty-four years later, the AP is making a version of his story available

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ORLANDO, Fla. – Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday extended his executive order that bans local governments from enforcing mask mandate violations.The order, first signed in September, prevents cities from fining people for not adhering to mask mandates.
COLOMBO (News1st): The UN human rights resolution 30/1 infringed the people’s sovereignty and violated the constitution, foreign minister Dinesh Gunawardana said Wednesday.He made these remarks during a parliamentary debate on the 2021 budget while justifying the current government’s decision to withdraw from the resolution.Gunawardana cited the government’s commitment to safeguarding the people’s mandate towards a sovereign and independent Sri Lanka that ensures territorial integrity, human rights and democracy as a reason for the move.Minister Prof. G.L.

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