Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Saturday confirmed a player was approached with a fixing offer during the ongoing one-day series with Sri Lanka but he reported the matter to the Board’s anti-corruption unit.
Rohingya refugees have headed for Bangladesh in huge numbers after militant attacks on Myanmar security forces in Rakhine state sparked a major army crackdown on the community likened to ethnic cleansing by the UN.
Meanwhile, the main opposition Labour Party has said it will join forces with rebels from British Prime Minister Theresa May’s governing Conservatives to try to force the prime minister into giving parliament a veto on the final Brexit deal.
The resounding election win is likely to stiffen Abe’s resolve to tackle North Korea’s nuclear threat, as the key US regional ally seeks to exert maximum pressure on Pyongyang after it fired two missiles over Japan in the space of a month.
After Catalonia held a banned independence referendum on October 1 — sparking Spain’s worst political crisis since it emerged from dictatorship in 1977 — Felipe had branded the separatist drive illegal and thrown his weight behind the national government
Iraqi forces clashed with Kurdish units in the northern province of Kirkuk yesterday, part of a largely bloodless operation that saw them retake swathes of disputed territory from the Kurds in a matter of days.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said today the United States holds Myanmar’s military leadership “accountable” for the Rohingya refugee crisis, drawing a distinction with Aung San Suu Kyi’s civilian government.