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    January 06, 2005

    London 2012?

    London is now among the front-runners to host the 2012 Olympic Games. Paris is currently the favourite but New York isnt too far behind. London's bid is headed by Sebastian Coe. But the bid did suffer an embarassment a few months ago when a BBC programme revealed corrupt practices in getting IOC member countries to vote for specific cities, including London. The race gets more and more interesting!

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