Sport Olympic attack: Relatives want to stay away from commemoration
Eccles: Price's Olympic sparring so mentally tough 'it nearly killed me'
Rosie Eccles had lost her Olympic dream but she helped Lauren Price achieve hers.Since then Price has excelled. She became amateur World champion, Olympic gold medallist and turned professional with BOXXER and Sky Sports.
Out of anger on German dealings with the Munich Olympic attack in 1972, members of the victims of the commemoration want to stay away.BUND, Free State and the City of Munich had agreed to pay another 5.4 million euros in compensation after 4.6 million euros had already flowed as humanitarian aids in 1972 and 2002. At the memorial event, according to SZ report, Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier apparently wants to emphasize German responsibility for the then disaster and the later use of it. The Palestinian terrorist command "Schwarzer September" murdered eleven athletes and coaches of the Israeli Olympic team on September 5 and 6, 1972.
South Africans rally to mark Marikana massacre 10th anniversary .
Thousands gather in the town where 34 were killed and 78 injured when police opened fire on platinum mine workers.On August 16, 2012, 34 people were killed and 78 injured when police opened fire on platinum mine workers who had gathered on a hill near the mine to press demands for better wages and housing.