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Pakistan get day-night Test warm-up in Australia

BRISBANE: Pakistan will warm up for their first day-night Test against Australia with a match under lights in the tropical city of Cairns, Cricket Australia said Friday. The world number one Test team will play a Cricket Australia XI in Queensland’s far north from December 8-10. The match will feature ...

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Indian board faces court intervention

NEW DELHI: The influential Indian cricket board is facing a possible leadership crisis after the country’s Supreme Court demanded it accept sweeping changes by Friday. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) finds itself on a sticky wicket after it agreed to implement only part of a raft ...

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Mugabe Opens Zimbabwe Parliament

HARARE — President Robert Mugabe addressed the new session of Zimbabwe’s parliament Thursday. All eyes were on the 92-year-old leader, watching for clues to the state of his health and listening for any response he might give to the recent protests against his government. President Mugabe, looking visibly tired, started proceedings ...

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Thousands of Afghans flee fighting in Kunduz

Thousands of Afghan civilians have fled the northern city of Kunduz to escape days of fighting. KABUL (AFP) – Thousands of Afghan civilians have fled the northern city of Kunduz to escape days of fighting between the Taliban and government forces, with dozens arriving daily in Kabul with little more ...

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Philippines says wants liberation from US shackles

The president of the Philippines says the US and the EU can stop aid to his country if they wanted, while his foreign minister says Manila wants to break free from a “shackling dependency” on Washington. President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday told the United States and the European Union that if they ...

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