Nobel Peace Prize choice captures #MeToo moment

Nobel Peace Prize choice captures #MeToo moment

Congolese doctor Denis Mukwege and Yazidi campaigner Nadia Murad won the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for their work in fighting rape in warfare, capping a year of global reckoning about sexual violence across the world. Staff and patients...
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Matt Renshaw ready for second chance at the top

Matt Renshaw ready for second chance at the top

4:51 AM ET Adam Collins At the beginning of the 2017-18 summer, Matt Renshaw endured the first truly horrid run of his professional career: a stretch of six Sheffield Shield innings worth 70 runs that got him dropped from Australia’s...
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Chris Lynn back for Australia; two vice-captains named for T20Is too

Chris Lynn back for Australia; two vice-captains named for T20Is too

12:39 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff The big-hitting Chris Lynn has made a return to Australia’s T20I squad for the series against Pakistan in the UAE. Lynn, who’s shoulder problems have been well documented, last turned out for Australia in February...
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Smith named in PSL draft; Warner turns down offer

Smith named in PSL draft; Warner turns down offer

Oct 4, 2018 Umar Farooq Banned Australia captain Steven Smith is among the 500 players to be named in the draft for the fourth edition of Pakistan Super League. Smith has been classified as a Platinum Player – the highest-paid...
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Fake news: French language body urges alternative phrase

Fake news: French language body urges alternative phrase

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption A brief history of fake news A group of French grammarians have declared war on “fake news”. Bravo, you might be thinking. But rather than false headlines or biased information, it...
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Russia cyber-plots: US, UK and Netherlands allege hacking

Russia cyber-plots: US, UK and Netherlands allege hacking

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe BBC’s Gordon Corera looks at why the Russian cyber plot sting was surprising Russian spies have been accused of involvement in a series of cyber-plots across the globe, leading the US...
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Paris court convicts man who slapped woman in street assault that went viral

Paris court convicts man who slapped woman in street assault that went viral

Europe © Screengrab, France 24 | Marie Laguerre at the Paris courthouse on October 4, 2018. Text by FRANCE 24 Follow france24_en on twitter Latest update : 2018-10-04 A Paris court has convicted the man seen striking a woman on...
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Victoria progress to semi-finals after washout

Victoria progress to semi-finals after washout

Oct 4, 2018 Alex MalcolmESPN Close Alex Malcolm is a Melbourne-based sports journalist and broadcaster. He has been a long-time contributor to ESPNcricinfo and reported for the AFL website for four seasons. He has also worked as a television commentator...
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Russia GRU claims: UK points finger at Kremlin’s military intelligence

Russia GRU claims: UK points finger at Kremlin’s military intelligence

Image copyright Getty Images The UK government has accused Russia’s military intelligence service of being behind four high-profile cyber-attacks. The National Cyber Security Centre says targets included firms in Russia and Ukraine; the US Democratic Par...
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Bangladesh belittled by CA after Dhaka win

Bangladesh belittled by CA after Dhaka win

4:26 AM ET Bangladesh’s inaugural Test victory over Australia in Dhaka last year was belittled by Cricket Australia’s team performance chief Pat Howard as being achieved by players who were not up to Sheffield Shield standard, a new book has...
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