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10/18/2018 - 13:42

'Third-choice' Cipriani overlooked by England

Danny Cipriani was labelled England's "third-choice fly-half" by coach Eddie Jones as he explained why he had left the in-form playmaker out of his squad for the November internationals at Twickenham.

'Third-choice' Cipriani overlooked by England

Danny Cipriani was labelled England's "third-choice fly-half" by coach Eddie Jones as he explained why he had left the in-form playmaker out of his squad for the November internationals at Twickenham.

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10/18/2018 - 13:42

'Third-choice' Cipriani overlooked by England

Danny Cipriani was labelled England's "third-choice fly-half" by coach Eddie Jones as he explained why he had left the in-form playmaker out of his squad for the November internationals at Twickenham.

'Third-choice' Cipriani overlooked by England

Danny Cipriani was labelled England's "third-choice fly-half" by coach Eddie Jones as he explained why he had left the in-form playmaker out of his squad for the November internationals at Twickenham.


10/18/2018 - 12:59

Babar, Sarfraz propel Pakistan to 350-5 in second Test

Middle-order batsmen Babar Azam and Sarfraz Ahmed stroked half centuries to lift Pakistan to 350-5 at tea on the third day of the second Test against Australia in Abu Dhabi on Thursday.

Babar, Sarfraz propel Pakistan to 350-5 in second Test

Middle-order batsmen Babar Azam and Sarfraz Ahmed stroked half centuries to lift Pakistan to 350-5 at tea on the third day of the second Test against Australia in Abu Dhabi on Thursday.


10/18/2018 - 12:56

Natural disasters saddle Swiss Re with $1.1 bn claims

Swiss reinsurance giant Swiss Re said Thursday that it had received over $1 billion in claims after recent natural disasters, including powerful typhoons in Japan, and hurricanes and wildfires in North America.

Natural disasters saddle Swiss Re with $1.1 bn claims

Swiss reinsurance giant Swiss Re said Thursday that it had received over $1 billion in claims after recent natural disasters, including powerful typhoons in Japan, and hurricanes and wildfires in North America.


10/18/2018 - 12:36

Vidal fined 800,000 euros for Munich nightclub fight

Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal has been hit with a 800,000 euros ($921,812) fine by a Munich court after being found guilty of assault during a nightclub fight last year.

Vidal fined 800,000 euros for Munich nightclub fight

Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal has been hit with a 800,000 euros ($921,812) fine by a Munich court after being found guilty of assault during a nightclub fight last year.


10/18/2018 - 12:35

Collapse of Wembley sale 'a blow for grassroots game'

The collapse of the proposed deal to sell Wembley stadium has been described as a "huge disappointment" and a missed opportunity by two of the biggest sponsors of grassroots facilities.

Collapse of Wembley sale 'a blow for grassroots game'

The collapse of the proposed deal to sell Wembley stadium has been described as a "huge disappointment" and a missed opportunity by two of the biggest sponsors of grassroots facilities.

10/18/2018 - 13:08

Bruce Willis film cancelled after Fan Bingbing tax case

A Chinese World War II epic featuring Hollywood A-listers Bruce Willis and Adrien Brody has been shelved after co-star Fan Bingbing was targeted by authorities for tax evasion, local media reported.

Bruce Willis film cancelled after Fan Bingbing tax case

A Chinese World War II epic featuring Hollywood A-listers Bruce Willis and Adrien Brody has been shelved after co-star Fan Bingbing was targeted by authorities for tax evasion, local media reported.


10/18/2018 - 05:42

Whizzpopping worlds collide at Roald Dahl Museum

From a battered armchair in a hut tucked away in the English countryside, author Roald Dahl dreamed up worlds that have enchanted youngsters across the globe.

Whizzpopping worlds collide at Roald Dahl Museum

From a battered armchair in a hut tucked away in the English countryside, author Roald Dahl dreamed up worlds that have enchanted youngsters across the globe.


10/18/2018 - 05:03

#MeToo personal for 'Handmaid's Tale' costume designer

From the United States to Argentina, by way of Ireland and Poland, the red habit and white bonnet synonymous with "The Handmaid's Tale" have become a powerful symbol of the #MeToo movement.

#MeToo personal for 'Handmaid's Tale' costume designer

From the United States to Argentina, by way of Ireland and Poland, the red habit and white bonnet synonymous with "The Handmaid's Tale" have become a powerful symbol of the #MeToo movement.


10/18/2018 - 04:56

Fans face rain to greet Harry and Meghan on Down Under tour

Thousands of royal fans in Melbourne waited in the rain on Thursday to get a glimpse of Prince Harry and his pregnant wife Meghan, with some overwhelmed by the experience.

Fans face rain to greet Harry and Meghan on Down Under tour

Thousands of royal fans in Melbourne waited in the rain on Thursday to get a glimpse of Prince Harry and his pregnant wife Meghan, with some overwhelmed by the experience.


10/18/2018 - 04:08

Not a lot of people know that: Why horses are named Bogart, Curtis but not Caine

Winning a race is hard enough, getting the horse to the track is tough -- but the process of naming of runners can present another set of obstacles for their owners.

Not a lot of people know that: Why horses are named Bogart, Curtis but not Caine

Winning a race is hard enough, getting the horse to the track is tough -- but the process of naming of runners can present another set of obstacles for their owners.

10/18/2018 - 11:15

Postman, shopper, builder: In Japan, there's a robot for that

Forget the flashy humanoids with their gymnastics skills: at the World Robot Summit in Tokyo, the focus was on down-to-earth robots that can deliver post, do the shopping and build a house.

Postman, shopper, builder: In Japan, there's a robot for that

Forget the flashy humanoids with their gymnastics skills: at the World Robot Summit in Tokyo, the focus was on down-to-earth robots that can deliver post, do the shopping and build a house.


10/18/2018 - 11:10

Plastic piling up in Japan after China waste ban: survey

Japan said Thursday it was facing a growing sea of plastic waste with limited capacity to process it after China stopped accepting foreign waste imports.

Plastic piling up in Japan after China waste ban: survey

Japan said Thursday it was facing a growing sea of plastic waste with limited capacity to process it after China stopped accepting foreign waste imports.


10/18/2018 - 09:55

S. Korea's last polar bear dies ahead of British retirement

The last polar bear kept in South Korea has died of old age only weeks before his planned departure to better living conditions in Britain, zoo officials said Thursday.

S. Korea's last polar bear dies ahead of British retirement

The last polar bear kept in South Korea has died of old age only weeks before his planned departure to better living conditions in Britain, zoo officials said Thursday.


10/18/2018 - 09:40

Hong Kong mega bridge launch announcement sparks backlash

China has finally announced the opening ceremony for the world's longest sea bridge, which will connect Hong Kong, Macau and the mainland, but critics hit back Thursday over the secrecy surrounding the project.

Hong Kong mega bridge launch announcement sparks backlash

China has finally announced the opening ceremony for the world's longest sea bridge, which will connect Hong Kong, Macau and the mainland, but critics hit back Thursday over the secrecy surrounding the project.


10/18/2018 - 04:55

Peru in danger of losing its national cinchona tree

Pre-Columbian people used its bark as a medicine while South American liberator Simon Bolivar adopted it in Peru's coat of arms, but the cinchona tree is facing a battle for survival as vast swathes of forest are chopped down to make way for plantations.

Peru in danger of losing its national cinchona tree

Pre-Columbian people used its bark as a medicine while South American liberator Simon Bolivar adopted it in Peru's coat of arms, but the cinchona tree is facing a battle for survival as vast swathes of forest are chopped down to make way for plantations.