A government investigation into the use of performance-enhancing substances has revealed widespread abuse by professional athletes in Australia.
United Nations aid chief Valerie Amos is to stand down from the role after four years. Amos has overseen aid operations in major flashpoints in the Middle East and Africa.
The use of performance enhancing drugs in Australian sports among professional and amateur athletes is "widespread" according to a new government report. The probe also points to sport's growing links to organized crime.
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