Sri Lanka are planning a three-man pace attack, instead of two as in the previous Tests.
Brad Haddin said he had no qualms about one of his compatriots being in charge of the ‘old enemy’.
Defending champion Novak Djokovic fears he is becoming the victim of a smear campaign.
Cook said that England are as ‘hungry as ever’ in their quest to deny Australia a Test series win in Britain since 2001.
Four more Al Jazeera journalists have been killed in Syria since uprising began
McCullum will sit out from next month’s limited overs tour of Zimbabwe and South Africa, citing a busy schedule.
Swiss judicial authorities are probing the awarding of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups to Russia and Qatar.
World number two Roger Federer will now face Croatian giant Ivo Karlovic in the semi-final.
Moscow’s 2014 annexation of Crimea and its meddling in eastern Ukraine have triggered concern in ex-communist eastern and central European states that joined NATO after the Cold War.
The Nobel centre and FIFA have been partners in the “Handshake for Peace” initiative between team captains and
officials since 2012.
England have cited New Zealand as an example to follow in 50-over cricket.
Rachel Dolezal’s resignation from her job as president of the Spokane, Washington state chapter of the NAACP came as her parents, who are white and say she is too.
‘I will run to win': Republican Jeb Bush as he announces his candidacy for 2016 US presidential elections
Europe launched a new bid in May to communicate with Philae via its mothership Rosetta, which is in orbit around Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.
Trent Boult took 13 wickets at the rate of 24.84 in the Test against England.
Chief judge ruled that the accused Strauss-Kahn was not the “instigator” of orgies attended by prostitutes but merely the “beneficiary of group sex”.
Nigeria police said four other people were injured in the attack.
Nepal may allow hundreds of mountaineers who were forced to quit their Everest expeditions last month due to the avalanche to use their USD 11,000 climbing permits next year, an official said.
The presidents of CECAFA, which brings together 13 football federations, decided to back the controversial FIFA supremo.
The British tabloid Sun also suggested that Britain should be handed the 2018 World Cup.
US Attorney General alleged that executives from FIFA took bribes to award the 2010 World Cup to South Africa.
Search and rescue operations were continuing, Xinhua said, and the cause of the fire remained unclear.
Police said prisoners killed eight fellow inmates after the mutiny began late Sunday afternoon during family visits to
the facility. A ninth died yesterday of his injuries.
A Taliban truck bomber detonated about 1,000 kilograms of explosives, outside a government complex in southern Afghanistan wounding more than 70 people.
A rare pure white sparrow has been spotted in Australia, leaving ornithologists all aflutter today.
The quake was centered in the northern part of Saitama Prefecture, a state northwest of Tokyo, and 50 kilometers below ground level.
French actor Lambert Wilson hosted the black-tie event in the festival’s 2,300-seat main theatre.
Cannes jury split the best actress award between Rooney Mara and France’s Emmanuelle Bercot.
The toll from the Observatory came hours after Syrian state media said IS had carried out a “massacre” in Palmyra, slaughtering some 400 civilians, mostly women and children.
The Islamic State group took full control of a border crossing between Iraq and Syria on Sunday, tightening its grip on the heart of its self-proclaimed caliphate.
The 68-year-old man told police he dumped his wife’s ashes into the toilet bowl at a Tokyo supermarket immediately after she was cremated last month.
Deportivo La Coruna came back from 2-0 down away at champions Barcelona to spoil a homage to Xavi Hernandez.
“One of our priorities is making our device business profitable,” BlackBerry said
The House of Representatives passed the measure overwhelmingly last week, with Democrats and Republicans uniting in their desire to rein in the NSA’s highly controversial program.
The group of 30 women, led by American feminist Gloria Steinem, are scheduled to cross the demilitarised zone (DMZ) dividing North and South Korea on Sunday to promote peace and reconciliation.
The Solomons have been rocked by several quakes of 6.0-magnitude or higher in recent days, with the most recent a 6.0 magnitude quake which hit the islands early on Friday.