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Donald on the brink of history in Dubaiupdated: Sat Dec 10 2011 11:22:00

Rory McIlroy says the Race to Dubai is over, but Luke Donald is taking nothing for granted as he bids to become the first golfer to top both the European and U.S. money lists in the same season on Sunday.

Fever-hit McIlroy falters in Dubai title bidupdated: Fri Dec 09 2011 12:23:00

Rory McIlroy revealed that he might be battling a tropical disease after his bid to become Europe's top golfer faltered at the end of his second round at the Dubai World Championship on Friday.

202 dead from dengue fever in Pakistan, officials sayupdated: Tue Oct 11 2011 17:52:00

Dengue fever has killed 202 people over the past two months in Pakistan and another 12,000 have been infected, according to Pakistani health officials.

Dengue fever kills 125, infects more than 12,000 in Pakistanupdated: Fri Sep 30 2011 22:09:00

More than 12,000 have been infected and 125 people have died over the past two months in Pakistan after coming down with dengue fever, a health department spokesman said Friday.

More than 6,000 struck with dengue fever in Pakistanupdated: Mon Sep 19 2011 07:51:00

Dengue fever has killed 25 people and affected more than 6,000 over the past two months in Lahore, Pakistan, a health department spokesman said Monday.

People.com: Surfer Andy Irons Autopsy Results Revealedupdated: Fri Jun 10 2011 10:52:00

The 32-year-old died of a heart attack in November, according to his family's statement

People.com: Andy Irons Diesupdated: Wed Nov 03 2010 15:53:00

The three-time world champion surfer was found dead in his Dallas hotel room

Swimmers fall ill at Commonwealth Gamesupdated: Thu Oct 07 2010 06:38:00

A dozen Australian swimmers have fallen ill at the beleaguered Commonwealth Games in India, officials say.

Dengue fever hits Indian team as Commonwealth Games open with fanfareupdated: Mon Oct 04 2010 01:38:00

An official with the Indian lawn bowls team has been diagnosed with dengue fever but is in stable condition, doctors confirmed Monday.

Commonwealth Games bridge collapses, raises concernsupdated: Wed Sep 22 2010 12:19:00

A pedestrian bridge under construction for next month's Commonwealth Games here collapsed Tuesday, officials said, adding to concerns raised about India's preparedness for the international sporting event.

Commonwealth Games building goes to wireupdated: Sun Sep 12 2010 19:24:00

India's capital is no stranger to cesspools of standing water, disease and punishing gridlock when rains happen.

Florida confirms 24 cases of dengue fever in Key Westupdated: Tue Aug 03 2010 23:17:00

The Florida Department of Health confirmed an increase in the number of cases of dengue fever acquired in the Key West area.

'Indescribable, crazy pain': Surviving dengue feverupdated: Thu Jul 22 2010 10:46:00

Jeanette Potter was in the Atlanta airport when she started to feel a bit off.

Americans warned about dengue fever cases in Hondurasupdated: Mon Jul 19 2010 15:28:00

The American Embassy in Honduras has issued a warning about classic dengue and hemorrhagic dengue fever, which have killed 21 people in the country this year. Five more deaths are under investigation.

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