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After missing out earlier this year, ex-Canberra star John Bateman hopes he finally gets the nod as England captain ahead of Saturday's rugby league Test against France.England coach Shaun Wane will name a replacement skipper at training on Wednesday for the international in Perpignan after ex-New Zealand Warriors flyer Sam Tomkins went down with injury.
Nearly 100 women have become the first female judges to join Egypt's State Council, one of the country's main judicial bodies.The 98 women were sworn in on Tuesday before the council's chief judge, Mohammed Hossam el-Din, in a celebratory event in Cairo.
England all-rounder Liam Livingstone has overcome a finger injury suffered in a warm-up match against India ahead of the Twenty20 World Cup.Livingstone left the field with the little finger on his left hand swollen after he dropped a catch at deep mid-wicket during England's seven-wicket defeat on Monday.
US stock indexes have risen as upbeat results from Johnson & Johnson and Travelers fired up risk appetite, after big banks kicked off the third-quarter reporting period on a positive note last week.The benchmark S&P; 500 index is now less than one per cent away from a record high hit in early September, with investors hoping that a flow of better-than-expected earnings reports will push the market to new highs despite concerns about an eventual tightening of monetary policy.
Scotland have held out Papua New Guinea to claim a 17-run win and remain undefeated at the Twenty20 World Cup, taking a huge step toward the Super 12 stage.Set 166 for victory, PNG were in sight of an upset when they required 46 from the last four overs after big hitting from Norman Vanua helped them recover from 5-35 at Al Amerat, Oman.
The Queen may be 95 but she has turned down the Oldie of the Year trophy because she feels she does not meet the criteria, believing "you are only as old as you feel".The monarch "politely but firmly" declined the award, but sent a message with her "warmest best wishes".
Dutch top flight club NEC Nijmegen's stadium will remain closed until further notice after a section of its grandstand collapsed while visiting Vitesse Arnhem fans celebrated a 1-0 victory.The Eredivisie club said the stadium's owner, Nijmegen municipality, and a local construction authority agreed on Tuesday that the Goffert Stadium must remain closed while the cause of the collapse was investigated.
Superannuation funds need to do much better in explaining complex financial information to their members.New research shows while industry super funds do a better job in unravelling the financial services they provide to the masses, they still fall short of providing the clarity needed to make informed decisions.
Lazio president Claudio Lotito's ban for COVID-19 protocol violations has been reduced to two months by the federal appeal court.The Serie A club's owner was appealing against a 12-month ban handed to him by the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) appeal court in April.
Prior to the global coronavirus pandemic, Australia enjoyed 28 years of uninterrupted economic expansion.However, a report warns the nation has become complacent and is not guaranteed the same sort of success over the next 50 years as it faces highly complex challenges coming out of the pandemic.
Australia will emerge from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic in the fastest-growing region in the world.While the International Monetary Fund has cut its economic growth forecast for the Asia and the Pacific region by 1.
An 80-year-old British army veteran has died while on trial for a shooting that occurred during "The Troubles" in Northern Ireland, fueling debate over the prosecution of soldiers for alleged crimes committed decades ago.Dennis Hutchings died on Monday at that Mater Hospital in Belfast, according to a statement approved by his son.
Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics organisers have received the Olympic flame at a heavily-guarded Panathenaic stadium in central Athens as human rights activists called for a boycott of the Games over China's human rights record.In a brief ceremony inside the empty stadium that hosted the first modern Olympics in 1896, Beijing Games vice-president Yu Zaiqing fired up a small red lantern from the flame lit on Sunday in ancient Olympia, site of the ancient Games.
Richmond have responded to "inflammatory allegations" made against the AFL club's medical staff during a coronial investigation into the death of Shane Tuck.The former Tigers player died last year aged 38 after battling mental health issues.
South Africa have named two uncapped players in their 32-man squad for Tests against Wales, Scotland and England next month but will be without veteran flyhalf Morne Steyn, who has retired from international rugby.Steyn kicked the penalty that won the Springboks the series against the British & Irish Lions in August, but the 37-year-old has called time on his career in the green and gold after 68 Tests to focus on club rugby and spending more time with his family, local media reported.
Survivors of a mass food poisoning four decades ago have occupied Madrid's El Prado art gallery, threatening to commit suicide if the government does not respond to their demands.A photo from inside showed six people - one in a wheelchair - holding a protest banner in front of "Las Meninas", a painting by Spanish painter Diego Velazquez.
The Duchess of Sussex's father says he does not want to use his grandchildren as "pawns in a game" by taking legal action in order to see them.Thomas Markle told ITV's Good Morning Britain that he would love to see his grandchildren Archie and Lilibet, but feared being branded as a "stalker" if he made attempts to visit them.
Manly prop Josh Aloiai has accused Paul Gallen of "ducking and diving" over plans for the pair to meet in the ring due to fears it could ruin his chances of a highly-anticipated fight with Sonny Bill Williams.Gallen dispelled the notion his boxing exploits were a novelty as he showed impressive pedigree in what appeared to be the last three fights of his career.
Marzia has dedicated the past decade to treating some of Kabul's poorest women, but the midwife has now packed up her stethoscope along with a few precious photos, ahead of leaving Afghanistan with her husband and son.The health worker is part of a major brain drain of professional women - entrepreneurs, lawyers, scientists, journalists and more - that many predict will set the country back decades.