‘It’s been a while coming’ – Roy

‘It’s been a while coming’ – Roy

Jan 13, 2018 Confidence in the men behind him was crucial in Jason Roy‘s fearless approach to an innings that grew into the biggest-ever ODI century by an England batsman, guiding the tourists to the highest successful chase in a...
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Foreign trainee fatality data highlight safety and exploitation issues in Japan

Foreign trainee fatality data highlight safety and exploitation issues in Japan

Work-related incidents in Japan killed 22 foreign trainees over a three-year period from fiscal 2014, government data showed Sunday, reflecting the risk that laborers brought here could face dangerous or exploitative conditions. While most of the 22 deaths are...
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England win toss as Hales returns; Tye debuts for Australia

England win toss as Hales returns; Tye debuts for Australia

Jan 12, 2018 England won the toss and decided to bowl against AustraliaLive scorecard and ball-by-ball details England’s captain Eoin Morgan won the toss and chose to bowl first against Australia in the first ODI at the MCG. On a...
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Agar, Cartwright help Scorchers reclaim top spot

Agar, Cartwright help Scorchers reclaim top spot

  shares Perth Scorchers 4 for 114 (Cartwright 47*, Agar 26*, Neser 2-18) beat Adelaide Strikers 112 (Carey 44, Agar 3-19) by six wicketsScorecard and ball-by-ball details Ashton Agar and Hilton Cartwright lifted Perth Scorchers back to the top of...
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Defense Ministry mulls adding cruise missile interception capability to Aegis Ashore

Defense Ministry mulls adding cruise missile interception capability to Aegis Ashore

The government might add a cruise missile interception function to Aegis Ashore, the land-based defense system it plans to install against North Korean ballistic missiles, Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera said. The move is aimed at strengthening Japan’s det...
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As Gay Australians Hear Wedding Bells, Vendors See Dollar Signs

As Gay Australians Hear Wedding Bells, Vendors See Dollar Signs

Tony Richens, who runs the gay website Eikon, said businesses “can see value down the track.” A report published last September by Cherelle Murphy, a senior economist at Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, forecast that if only half the...
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Moeen facing Lyon: nine innings, seven wickets

Moeen facing Lyon: nine innings, seven wickets

  shares Nathan Lyon has has a high-flying series against Moeen Ali © Getty Images Like many a visiting offspinner, Moeen Ali has had a miserable tour of Australia with the ball; but his series was made to look worse...
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Neser, Rashid, Siddle help Strikers defend 158

Neser, Rashid, Siddle help Strikers defend 158

  shares Adelaide Strikers 7 for 158 (Ingram 48, Carey 34, Fawad 3-31) beat Sydney Thunder 9 for 133 (Nesser 3-29, Siddle 2-13, Rashid 2-21) by 25 runs Meticulous and clinical, the Adelaide Strikers turned a precarious position against the...
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Career is nearly “done and dusted” – Pietersen

Career is nearly “done and dusted” – Pietersen

Jan 6, 2018 ESPNcricinfo staff Kevin Pietersen, one of cricket’s most flamboyant and controversial figures, has announced his impending retirement, stating that he expects to call a complete halt to his playing career by the end of the year. Pietersen,.....
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Nabi, bowlers hand Stars fourth loss

Nabi, bowlers hand Stars fourth loss

  shares Melbourne Renegades 4 for 159 (Nabi 52, Finch 43, Hastings 2-24) beat Melbourne Stars 4 for 157 (Dunk 47, Pietersen 40) by six wicketsScorecard and ball-by-ball details Melbourne Renegades jumped to the top of the BBL points table,...
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Russian tankers supplied fuel to North Korea: reports

Russian tankers supplied fuel to North Korea: reports

Russian tankers have supplied fuel to North Korea on at least three occasions in recent months by transferring cargoes at sea, according to two senior Western European security sources, providing an economic lifeline to the secretive Communist state. Relate...
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