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Pakistan have dropped Haider Ali from their tour of England and West Indies after the batsman and his Peshawar Zalmi teammate Umaid Asif broke COVID-19 protocols in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in Abu Dhabi.Both were suspended from the PSL final against Multan Sultans after admitting to meeting people from outside their designated bio-secure bubble and flouting social distancing norms on Wednesday.
Northeast Nigeria's conflict with Islamist insurgencies had killed nearly 350,000 people as of the end of 2020, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) says.The toll, given by the UN agency in a new study on the war and its impact on livelihoods, is 10 times higher than previous estimates of about 35,000 based only on those killed in fighting in Nigeria since the conflict's start 12 years ago.
Andy Murray will bid for a third consecutive Olympic gold medal after being included in Britain's six-strong tennis team for the Tokyo Games.The 34-year-old is the only tennis player in history to win singles gold at consecutive Olympics having triumphed in London and Rio and has taken up the place available to him as a former champion despite being ranked outside the top 100.
Europe must fight against discrimination of the LGBTI community and defend fundamental rights, the leaders of 16 European states have said in a jointly signed letter to the heads of the European Union."Respect and tolerance are at the heart of the European project," the letter, addressed to EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and EU Council President Charles Michel, said.
Taiwan needs to be clearly aware that its future lies in "reunification" with China and it cannot rely on the United States, China's military says.Twenty-eight Chinese military aircraft, including fighters and nuclear-capable bombers, entered Taiwan's air defence identification zone (ADIZ) last Tuesday, the largest number to date reported by the Chinese-claimed island's government.
High-profile ABC presenter Annabel Crabb has described Christian Porter as "a strange dude" in messages discussing "justice" for an old school friend who accused the cabinet minister of rape, court documents show.The texts were released as part of the Federal Court case where Mr Porter's barrister was barred from representing him in defamation action against the ABC.
The potent greenhouse gas methane is spewing out of natural gas infrastructure across the European Union because of leaks and venting, video footage shows.Using a 100,000 euro ($A158,000) infrared camera, non-profit group Clean Air Task Force (CATF) found methane seeping into the atmosphere at 123 oil and gas sites in Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland and Romania this year.
Robert Harvey has opted to go big in his Collingwood coaching debut by handing a recall to American Mason Cox, while Melbourne has made a big selection call of their own by axing out-of-contract forward Sam Weideman.Cox, who last played in round four, will line up alongside Brody Mihocek and Darcy Cameron in a three-pronged attack against Fremantle on Saturday, with ruckman Brodie Grundy (neck) and vice-captain Taylor Adams (knee) cleared to return.
The World Test Championship is a great way to inject excitement into cricket's longest format but the final should be a best-of-three affair, says India captain Virat Kohli.The Indians lost to New Zealand in a rain-hit one off title decider in Southampton on Thursday (AEST), with the Kiwis becoming Test cricket's first official world champions after winning by eight wickets.
More than 80 fire and rescue units are on the scene of a partial building collapse in Miami, Florida, the Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Department says.While there were no official confirmations of death or injury so far, ABC News said at least eight people had been hospitalised while CBS reported that at least one person has died.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says Europe is "on thin ice" in its battle against the coronavirus, as the highly contagious Delta variant threatens to undo progress made in reducing infections.In what may be her last government declaration to the German parliament, Merkel said the further response to the pandemic would be a main topic of discussion among European Union leaders at a meeting in Brussels on Thursday.
Australia has vowed to vigorously defend China's complaint about anti-dumping tariffs on railway wheels, wind towers and stainless steel sinks.China on Thursday lodged a complaint with the World Trade Organisation in the latest escalation of sour relations between the two nations.
LATEST COVID-19 DEVELOPMENTS:\- Sydney avoided being plunged into lockdown, despite NSW recording 11 more locally acquired cases. Premier Gladys Berejiklian described it as the state's "scariest period" of the pandemic.
Aboriginal children are 20 times more likely to be removed from their homes than other Victorian kids, according to a new report from the state government.The Aboriginal Affairs Report 2020, tabled in parliament on Thursday, highlights an alarming rise in First Nations children in the state's care.
More than a third of Victorian children and young people who go missing from state care have been sexually exploited, an inquiry has found.The Out of Sight report by the Commission for Children and Young People, tabled in parliament on Thursday, found the most vulnerable in the state's care are going missing at an "alarming" rate.
The first round of talks between Russia and the United States on arms control and strategic stability could take place as soon as July, the official RIA news agency has cited Russia's deputy foreign minister as saying.US President Joe Biden and Russian leader Vladimir Putin agreed at a summit in Geneva this month to embark on an integrated bilateral Strategic Stability Dialogue to lay the groundwork for future arms control and risk reduction measures.
It will be mate against mate at Adelaide Oval on Saturday when Sydney forward Will Hayward tackles Port Adelaide star recruit Aliir Aliir.Former Swans defender Aliir, a one-time favourite son of the red-and-white faithfuls, was traded to Port at the end of 2020 to the shock of many but it has the makings of a win-win deal.
Hong Kong cyber activists are backing up articles by pro-democracy tabloid Apple Daily on censorship-proof blockchain platforms after the newspaper was forced to shut down as it became embroiled in a national security law crackdown.The latest drive to preserve the paper's content comes after activists rushed to upload documentaries by local broadcaster RTHK investigating people in power after the media outlet said it would remove materials older than one year from its social media platforms.
Australian citizenship application fees are being jacked up to recoup more of the processing costs.The standard fee for Australian citizenship by conferral will soar from $285 to $490, an increase of 72 per cent.
A former police officer has revealed to a royal commission the "rollercoaster" experiences he had while working for a prominent junket operator connected to Crown Melbourne.The man, who cannot be named, on Thursday said his jobs included "pouring green tea" for Tom Zhou, also known as 'Mr Chinatown', as well as helping the junket operator get his kids into an exclusive NSW private school.