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The head of the International Paralympic Committee says there is no need to seek human rights assurances from countries hosting future games.
The buildup to the Olympics and Paralympics in Sochi saw rights groups protesting the Russian law banning so-called gay "propaganda.
With Paris Saint-Germain in rampant scoring form and Zlatan Ibrahimovic hungrier than ever for goals, Bayer Leverkusen is facing a tough task in the Champions League.
Leverkusen needs to score five goals and keep a clean sheet against one of Europe's most prolific attacks in order to qualify outright for the quarterfinals.
Here are five things to know before Tuesday's game:
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is in the best form of his career, and will be confident of adding to his 45 goals for club and country this season against Bayer Leverkusen.
Added to the spectacular strikes have been some incredible passes, such as the one that released winger Ezequiel Lavezzi for his goal against Bastia on Saturday.
Manchester City will need an epic comeback against Barcelona on Wednesday to reach the Champions League quarterfinals.
Barcelona won the first leg 2-0, so City will need to create plenty of goals at the Camp Nou to overturn the first-leg deficit.
The Spanish champions have lost two of their three matches since winning at the Etihad Stadium, with questions swirling around Lionel Messi, Neymar and coach Gerardo Martino.
Here are five things to know about the match:
In Barcelona, questions abound about Lionel Messi.
Messi has scored 27 goals but has not looked his usual vibrant self, tending to drift out of games like in recent losses to Real Sociedad and Valladolid.
The Argentina forward, who was also spotting throwing up on the field during a recent match, has the distractions of the upcoming World Cup in Brazil plus reports that City is offering a world record bid to sign the 26-year-old player.
THE AGUERO FACTOR
If City is to mount a memorable comeback, much will hinge on the form of explosive striker Sergio Aguero — a player City manager Manuel Pellegrini has compared to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Argentina international missed the first leg with a hamstring injury and it proved to be a huge blow to City, which was impotent up front with Alvaro Negredo playing as a lone striker.
Aguero has played in City's last two matches, however, and will be looking to add to his record of 26 goals in 27 club games this season.
He has failed to score on his return, though, the first time he's gone back-to-back games without netting since September.
Neymar's arrival at Barcelona has been marked by scandal rather than the samba style of play the Brazil forward promised to bring.
Neymar's form has looked disjointed in recent weeks as the fallout from his transfer continues to hang over the Catalan club.
Neymar has only one goal this calendar year, and he hasn't been able to take over games when Lionel Messi struggles to carry the load, with questions over the pair's symmetry and the squad's pecking order surfacing.
"He's scored 16 goals, he's in good shape and he's very happy with the team," Barcelona striker Alexis Sanchez said of Neymar.