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Football and big investments to the rescue of Dagestan?

Cameroonian striker Samuel Eto’o caused a stir when he joined the Anzhi Makachkala football club, a small obscure outfit in the Russian Republic of Dagestan, the powder keg of the Russian North Caucasus. His salary is a whopping 20 million euros a year. But the club is not just a billionaire’s plaything - it is also a social project for developing a region which is using sport to fight terrorism.

By Ksenia BOLCHAKOVA , Andrew Osborn

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2015-02-27 Qatar

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2015-02-25 refugees

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2015-02-24 Morocco

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2015-02-23 Islamic State (IS) group

Combating the allure of jihad in Jordan

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