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Suarez suspended from World Cup

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RIO DE JANEIRO — As Luis Suarez flew home from the World Cup in disgrace, Americans and Algerians were celebrating their places in the knockout rounds on a dramatic final day of the group stage on Thursday.
While some form of suspension for Suarez was guaranteed after the Uruguay striker bit Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini on the shoulder, few would have predicted one of the longest bans in the tournament’s history — nine international matches and four months from all football.
It was his third ban for biting after previous incidents in England and the Netherlands, and given the comments made ...

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