Which RB will play better in Week 5?
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Which RB will play better in Week 5?
The United States has offered to meet North Korea without preconditions and made clear that Washington has no hostile intent toward Pyongyang.North Korea - formally known as the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) - has long accused the US of having a hostile policy toward the Asian state and asserted that it has the right to develop weapons for self-defence.
Australian officials have lashed out against China's harsh trade policies against the nation, warning the economic punishment measures risked undermining global confidence in Beijing.In a strongly worded statement to the World Trade Organisation, Australia's ambassador George Mina said China was increasingly testing global trade rules.
Teetering Chinese property giant China Evergrande has formally abandoned plans to sell a $US2.5 billion) stake in one of its key units, as Beijing officials are out in force saying the problems would not spin out of control.
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New Zealand has reached agreement in principle for a far-reaching free trade deal with the United Kingdom which Jacinda Ardern says could be worth $NZ970 million ($A930 million) annually.Tariffs on 97 per cent of Kiwi exports will be eliminated the day the deal is signed with dairy, beef and lamb to follow in later years.
Germany's women have smashed the world record to win the team sprint final at the track cycling world championships at the Stab Velodrome in France.Lea Friedrich, Pauline Grabosch, Emma Hinze grabbed the gold in a time 46.
Bitcoin has stormed above $US66,000 ($A87,863) for the first time, riding a wave of excitement about how the financial establishment is increasingly accepting the digital currency's rise.One Bitcoin was valued at $US66,096 ($A87,991), as of Wednesday US time, after earlier climbing as high as $US66,974.
Four-goal Patson Daka urged Leicester to forget his four-goal heroics after he revived their Europa League hopes.The striker's stunning performance pulled the Foxes back from the brink to win 4-3 at Spartak Moscow.
Critics and supporters of comedian Dave Chappelle's latest Netflix special and its "anti-transgender" comments have gathered outside the company's offices, with "Trans lives matter" and "Free speech is a right" among their competing messages.People began gathering on Wednesday in Los Angeles ahead of a planned walkout by Netflix employees seeking to highlight their objections to Chappelle's stand-up special The Closer and the company's handling of it.
Barcelona attacker Ansu Fati has agreed a new six-year deal and become the second player from the club to have his buy-out clause set at 1 billion euros ($A1.The Bissau-born teenager had been linked with a move elsewhere but has committed his future to the financially-stricken Catalan giants.
Iron ore giant Rio Tinto's decision to cut its carbon emissions by a hefty 50 per cent by 2030 sets the pace for the federal government, climate advocates say.The coalition is grappling with a plan to set an unlegislated net zero emissions target by 2050, without changes to its 2030 target.
At least 19 people have been killed in a major traffic accident in Cairo.A truck crossed into the oncoming lane of a highway and collided with a minibus, according to state news website Al-Ahram on Wednesday.
London's Metropolitan Police says lone officers in plain clothes will call a supervisor to identify themselves when approaching lone women, in order to regain trust after the murder of Londoner Sarah Everard by one of its officers.Wayne Couzens, 48, was jailed for life last month for abducting the 33-year-old marketing executive from a street in south London as she walked home on March 3, then raping and killing her.
A former student has pleaded guilty to murdering 17 people during a rampage at his high school in Parkland, Florida, leaving a jury to decide whether he will be executed for one of America's deadliest school shootings.Relatives of the victims who sat in the courtroom and watched the hearing via Zoom shook their heads or broke down in tears as Nikolas Cruz entered his pleas and later apologised for his crimes.
Cristiano Ronaldo has delivered for Manchester United again in the Champions League on a night when Chelsea, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Juventus also won.The greatest scorer in the competition's history soared to head in an 81st-minute winner as United erased a two-goal half-time deficit to beat Atalanta 3-2 in a wild match at Old Trafford.
Samu Kerevi will miss Australia's Test against Japan on Saturday with the barnstorming centre ruled out with an ankle injury in a huge blow for the Wallabies.Hunter Paisami will replace Kerevi in the No.
Jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny has been awarded the European Parliament's annual human rights prize for his efforts to challenge President Vladimir Putin's grip on power.Navalny, 45, who was poisoned in August 2020 by what Western nations said was a nerve agent, is serving a two-and-a-half-year sentence for parole violations he says are trumped up.
Sri Lanka have become the first side to qualify from the T20 World Cup first round stage following a resounding 70-run victory over Ireland.They are set to enter Group 1 in the second phase, alongside Australia, England, South Africa, West Indies and another qualifier.
USA Rugby wants to become the first country in North or South America to host the Rugby World Cup, and has launched a bid to stage the tournament, in either 2027 or 2031.Australia, which last hosted in 2003, and Russia, which has never hosted, have already announced they are bidding to stage the 2027 tournament while Argentina have withdrawn having previously expressed an interest.
The Ethiopian government has carried out two air strikes on the Tigray region within hours, significantly escalating a campaign to weaken rebellious Tigrayan forces in an almost one-year-old war.The second strike was in Agbe in the Temben region some 80km west of the regional capital Mekelle, targeting a military training centre and heavy artillery depot, government spokesperson Legesse Tulu said.