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10/17/2019 - 05:58

Uruguay in hot water over Rugby World Cup nightclub incident

Japanese police were investigating on Thursday after Uruguay players at the Rugby World Cup allegedly damaged property and tackled a staff member at a Kumamoto nightclub.

Uruguay in hot water over Rugby World Cup nightclub incident

Japanese police were investigating on Thursday after Uruguay players at the Rugby World Cup allegedly damaged property and tackled a staff member at a Kumamoto nightclub.

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10/17/2019 - 05:58

Uruguay in hot water over Rugby World Cup nightclub incident

Japanese police were investigating on Thursday after Uruguay players at the Rugby World Cup allegedly damaged property and tackled a staff member at a Kumamoto nightclub.

Uruguay in hot water over Rugby World Cup nightclub incident

Japanese police were investigating on Thursday after Uruguay players at the Rugby World Cup allegedly damaged property and tackled a staff member at a Kumamoto nightclub.


10/17/2019 - 05:53

England bench 'disappointed' Ford for World Cup quarter-final against Australia

England coach Eddie Jones insisted fly-half George Ford has a "significant role to play" on Thursday after he dropped him to the bench for Saturday's World Cup quarter-final against Australia.

England bench 'disappointed' Ford for World Cup quarter-final against Australia

England coach Eddie Jones insisted fly-half George Ford has a "significant role to play" on Thursday after he dropped him to the bench for Saturday's World Cup quarter-final against Australia.


10/17/2019 - 05:44

Surreal North v South Korea football match 'like war'

South Korea's footballers had no idea their surreal World Cup qualifier in Pyongyang would be played in an empty stadium -– a match Tottenham Hotspur star Son Heung-min described as "very aggressive" and one official likened to warfare.

Surreal North v South Korea football match 'like war'

South Korea's footballers had no idea their surreal World Cup qualifier in Pyongyang would be played in an empty stadium -– a match Tottenham Hotspur star Son Heung-min described as "very aggressive" and one official likened to warfare.


10/17/2019 - 03:50

Nigeria need record victory to avoid CHAN humiliation

Nigeria coach Imama Amapakabo has urged his squad to forget a 4-1 first leg drubbing in Togo and create African Nations Championship (CHAN) history by overcoming the deficit.

Nigeria need record victory to avoid CHAN humiliation

Nigeria coach Imama Amapakabo has urged his squad to forget a 4-1 first leg drubbing in Togo and create African Nations Championship (CHAN) history by overcoming the deficit.


10/17/2019 - 03:49

Historic marathon adds to Ineos' growing sporting portfolio

When Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge became the first man to run a marathon in under two hours in Vienna this month, his performance had been meticulously planned by one of sport's major new players, the petrochemicals giant Ineos.

Historic marathon adds to Ineos' growing sporting portfolio

When Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge became the first man to run a marathon in under two hours in Vienna this month, his performance had been meticulously planned by one of sport's major new players, the petrochemicals giant Ineos.

10/17/2019 - 07:10

Aussie retailers pull #MeToo book after legal threats

Two major retailers in Australia have removed a book on Harvey Weinstein from sale, after legal threats from a man who features prominently in the story that sparked the #MeToo movement.

Aussie retailers pull #MeToo book after legal threats

Two major retailers in Australia have removed a book on Harvey Weinstein from sale, after legal threats from a man who features prominently in the story that sparked the #MeToo movement.


10/17/2019 - 04:44

Swiss exhibit catalogues draw of war, desire for peace

Hitler's "Mein Kampf" and a 4,500-year-old peace treaty -- the world's oldest -- represent opposite poles in the eternal human struggle between the propulsion to war and the desire for peace.

Swiss exhibit catalogues draw of war, desire for peace

Hitler's "Mein Kampf" and a 4,500-year-old peace treaty -- the world's oldest -- represent opposite poles in the eternal human struggle between the propulsion to war and the desire for peace.


10/17/2019 - 04:29

Stars head to Eternal City for Rome Film Festival

US cinema greats Bill Murray, John Travolta and Ethan Coen lead the stars descending on Rome for this year's Film Festival, which kicks off Thursday in the Italian capital.

Stars head to Eternal City for Rome Film Festival

US cinema greats Bill Murray, John Travolta and Ethan Coen lead the stars descending on Rome for this year's Film Festival, which kicks off Thursday in the Italian capital.


10/17/2019 - 04:12

Aniston, Apple explore 'messy' world of TV news after #MeToo

When Jennifer Aniston signed up to help launch Apple's new streaming TV service with a star-studded drama set in the colorful, cutthroat world of morning news, it seemed straightforward enough.

Aniston, Apple explore 'messy' world of TV news after #MeToo

When Jennifer Aniston signed up to help launch Apple's new streaming TV service with a star-studded drama set in the colorful, cutthroat world of morning news, it seemed straightforward enough.


10/17/2019 - 04:08

Competitors look to free services to take on Netflix

Video streaming upstarts are looking to a different model to take on industry leader Netflix: free-to-viewer services that come with ads.

Competitors look to free services to take on Netflix

Video streaming upstarts are looking to a different model to take on industry leader Netflix: free-to-viewer services that come with ads.

10/17/2019 - 06:19

Spanish falcons feed Arab passion for raptor hunting

For centuries, the art of falconry has been a prestigious tradition within Arab society. Today most of these formidable predators come from Spain, which has become the world's top exporter.

Spanish falcons feed Arab passion for raptor hunting

For centuries, the art of falconry has been a prestigious tradition within Arab society. Today most of these formidable predators come from Spain, which has become the world's top exporter.


10/17/2019 - 05:31

Development dilemma as eastern Greenland eyes tourism boost

Kayaking past blue-white icebergs drifting along near a pristine harbour, wandering around colourful houses or trekking in the snow-capped wilderness: July and August are high season for tourists in eastern Greenland.

Development dilemma as eastern Greenland eyes tourism boost

Kayaking past blue-white icebergs drifting along near a pristine harbour, wandering around colourful houses or trekking in the snow-capped wilderness: July and August are high season for tourists in eastern Greenland.


10/17/2019 - 04:26

Virgin Galactic unveils commercial space suits

The date for the world's first commercial space flight is not even confirmed yet, but future passengers' Star Trek-like outfits are ready and waiting.

Virgin Galactic unveils commercial space suits

The date for the world's first commercial space flight is not even confirmed yet, but future passengers' Star Trek-like outfits are ready and waiting.


10/17/2019 - 04:22

Climate crisis spurs action at 'green' Frankfurt book fair

From children's books about reducing plastic to tips for zero-waste cooking, the climate crisis is dominating this year's Frankfurt book fair.

Climate crisis spurs action at 'green' Frankfurt book fair

From children's books about reducing plastic to tips for zero-waste cooking, the climate crisis is dominating this year's Frankfurt book fair.


10/17/2019 - 04:14

Polls point to 'green wave' in Swiss vote

Voter concern about climate change could trigger a "green wave" in Switzerland's elections on Sunday, possibly yielding unprecedented gains for parties that back bold action to protect the planet.

Polls point to 'green wave' in Swiss vote

Voter concern about climate change could trigger a "green wave" in Switzerland's elections on Sunday, possibly yielding unprecedented gains for parties that back bold action to protect the planet.