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Pakistan, India to face off in cricket T20 World Cup… again
Two sides will meet at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, a year after Pakistan won the fixture in Dubai.
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Russia-Ukraine crisis: Can US sanctions sway Putin’s thinking?
More aggressive moves from Washington could backfire on Europe, which depends on Russian energy.
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South Africa cricket coach Boucher charged over racism allegation
Charges stem from findings made last month by the Social Justice and Nation Building Ombudsman.
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Burkina Faso authorities ban planned Ouagadougou protests
Demonstrations planned for Saturday prohibited for 'security reasons'; last protest in November turned violent.
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South Korea unveils $12bn budget to cushion blow of COVID curbs
Restaurants, bars and gyms have been hit hard by a business curfew that will remain in place until at least February 6.
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As costs mount, how long can China stick with ‘zero COVID’?
Omicron has raised questions about the sustainability of Beijing's lockdowns and border closures.
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US seeks to speed up delivery of new F-16 fighter jets to Taiwan
Block 70 aircraft are the newest F-16 configuration with new avionics, a modernised cockpit, and an improved engine.
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Western Australia extends COVID-era separation from country
Western Australia has cancelled plans to reopen its inter-state borders due to the spread of the Omicron variant.
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World rushes aid to tsunami-hit Tonga amid water, food shortage
UN says some 60,000 people affected by damage to crops, livestock, fisheries due to ashfall and saltwater intrusion.
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Security, China to dominate Biden’s talks with Japan’s Kishida
Virtual talks will be the first substantial discussion between the allies since Kishida became Japan's prime minister.
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Brazilian samba singer Elza Soares dies aged 91
Elza Soares, who recorded 36 albums, was an outspoken advocate who denounced racism and violence against women.
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Amazon to open its first-ever clothing store at a California mall
Amazon used to compete with brick-and-mortar stores, and now it's setting up shop.
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Netflix misses subscriber target, shares fall on weak forecast
The world's largest streaming service added 8.3 million customers from October to December.
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US charges second man in killing of Haitian President Moise
Dual Haitian-Chilean citizen is second man charged in the US over plot to assassinate Jovenel Moise in July last year.
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COVID leaves lasting scars as Biden marks first year in office
Victims' families say they are still grappling with deep pain as US President Joe Biden vows to keep fighting the virus.
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Oil’s rally falters as stockpiles rise, Biden pledges support
Despite a mixed picture on the overall oil inventory side, United States demand shows little sign of slowing down.
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China, Russia block US bid to sanction North Koreans at UN
US is seeking UN travel ban and asset freeze on individuals it says are involved in North Korea's missile programme.
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US prosecutors drop charges against MIT professor over China ties
The reversal comes as the US reviews its policy of prosecuting cases of economic espionage intended to benefit China.
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Will Boris Johnson resign?
The British prime minister is facing a deepening political crisis.
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US sanctions four Ukrainians accused of working for Russia
Biden administration targets Ukrainian nationals, including two lawmakers, it accuses of working to destabilise country.
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Explosion in Ghana town kills 17, destroys hundreds of buildings
Road collision involving explosive-laden truck and motorcycle leaves at least 17 people dead and injures 59 others.
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Algeria dumped out of Cup of Nations after Ivory Coast defeat
Nicolas Pepe scores superb solo goal as Ivory Coast beat Algeria 3-1, kicking defending champions out of African Cup.
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Barbados PM hails governing party’s landslide election victory
Mia Mottley's Labor Party won all 30 legislative seats in Barbados' first vote as a republic, preliminary results show.
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Sudanese judges, US denounce crackdown on anti-coup protesters
US diplomats try to boost UN efforts to cajole military in restoring transition to full civilian rule.
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Russia’s central bank proposes ban on crypto mining and trading
Crypto bears the hallmarks of a pyramid scheme and undermines monetary policy sovereignty, said Russia's central bank.
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