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25 August 2016 06:28 (South Africa)
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US 2012: Obama leads in 3 key states - Quinnipiac poll

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China opens longest glass bottom bridge in world

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Photo: Mo Farah of Great Britain celebrates winning the men's 5000m Final race of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games Athletics, Track and Field events at the Olympic Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 20 August 2016. EPA/FRANCK ROBICHON

There's Mo stopping him! Farah does the double-double by taking gold in the 5000m

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