ENG Vs AUS | 2nd Test Aug 14, 2019
AUS 19/1 (5.2)
SCO Vs OMA | Match 4 Aug 18, 2019
OMA 54/1 (15.0)
BER Vs USA | Match 1 Aug 18, 2019
BER 73/4 (11.0)
IB Vs IG | Match 1 Aug 17, 2019
IB 112/6 (49.0)
BB Vs BB | Match 5 Aug 18, 2019
BB 101/4 (16.1)
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Mar 01, 2013
Al Qaeda commander Abou Zeid killed in Mali - Ennahar TVALGIERS/DAKAR (Reuters) - French forces have killed Abdelhamid Abou Zeid, one of the most feared commanders of al Qaeda's north Africa wing (AQIM), during an operation against Islamist fighters in mountainous northern Mali, Algeria's Ennahar television said on Thursday. Abou Zeid was among 40 militants killed three days ago in the foothills of the Adrar des Ifoghas mountains near the Algerian border, said Ennahar, which is well connected with Algeria's security services.
Feb 12, 2013
Uganda says to deport British producer of gay playKAMPALA (Reuters) - Ugandan authorities said on Monday they plan to deport a British theatre producer who was charged last year with staging a play about homosexuality. Homosexuality is illegal in Uganda and David Cecil, 35, was charged with disobeying a public official last September after ignoring official orders to cancel a theatre production with a gay leading character. A court dropped the charges against him last month due to lack of evidence
Feb 06, 2013
Britain's PM faces gay marriage revolt as plots swirlLONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron's ruling Conservative party split in two on Tuesday over his plans to legalise gay marriage, a move that many of his own lawmakers said was wrong, not a priority for the public, and unnecessarily divisive. Many Conservative MPs stood up in parliament to denounce the legislation ahead of a vote in which up to half of Cameron's 303 lawmakers are expected to reject the measure on moral and religious grounds, threatening a corrosive legacy of bitterness.
Feb 01, 2013
UK detective jailed over Murdoch tabloid leak offerLONDON (Reuters) - A senior British counter-terrorism police officer was jailed on Friday after becoming the first person to be convicted following a massive police investigation into alleged phone-hacking centred on Rupert Murdoch's British newspapers.
Jan 23, 2013
Cameron on EU exit: To promise Britons straight choiceIn extracts of the speech released in advance by his office, Cameron said public disillusionment with the EU is at "an all-time high".
Jan 18, 2013
Updates from Algeria seige so far: Death toll crosses 80In a bid to get back at France for its military intervention in Mali, Islamist groups in Algeria kidnapped many foreigners and have allegedly killed two. Here is how it all started and what has happened so far.
Jan 17, 2013
Algerian forces launch operation to break desert siegeALGIERS (Reuters) - Twenty-five foreign hostages escaped and six were killed on Thursday when Algerian forces launched an operation to free them at a remote desert gas plant, Algerian sources said, as one of the biggest international hostage crises in decades unfolded. The standoff began when gunmen calling themselves the Battalion of Blood stormed the gas facility on Wednesday morning.
Jan 05, 2013
British court detains Nepali colonel accused of tortureLONDON (Reuters) - A Nepali army colonel was remanded in custody by a British court on Saturday after being charged with torturing two individuals at a military barracks during the Himalayan nation's decade-long civil war. British police arrested Kumar Lama in southern England on Thursday, provoking a diplomatic row with Nepal which demanded his immediate release and summoned the British ambassador in Kathmandu to express its "strong objection" to the detention.
Jan 05, 2013
Pakistani girl shot by Taliban leaves British hospitalLONDON (Reuters) - A Pakistani girl shot in the head by the Taliban for advocating girls' education has been discharged from a British hospital after doctors said she was well enough to spend time recovering with her family.
Dec 28, 2012
Secret UK files lift lid on Thatcher-Reagan Falklands contactsBritain's former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher wrote an emotional letter to US President Ronald Reagan during the 1982 Falklands War calling him the "only person" who could understand her position, formerly secret documents showed on Friday.