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Bangladesh vs West Indies: Tigers win first ODI with 89 balls to spare

Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza marked his 200th ODI to claim 3-30 and help his side secure a five-wicket victory against West Indies in the three-match series opener on Sunday.

River Plate, Boca Juniors set for Copa Libertadores final

Spanish police are using a security perimeter of 2 kilometers (1.2 miles) between Boca and River fans around the stadium.

Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling says biased media coverage fuels racism

Two screenshots were posted on Raheem Sterling's Instagram account highlighting contrasting coverage of young Manchester City teammates buying properties.

Documents show Facebook used user data as competitive weapon

While they mostly cover the period between 2012 and 2015, the first three years after Facebook went public, they offer a rare glimpse into the company's inner workings and the extent to which it used people's data to make money while publicly vowing to protect their privacy.

UFC 231: Max Holloway stops Brian Ortega via TKO

The skills of Max Holloway, who was returning from an injury-plagued year, were too much for Ortega, who had rallied in the third round but was unable to take Holloway down or use his vaunted jiu-jitsu.

Mexico: President Obrador blasts ‘stratospheric’ Supreme Court wages

President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador accused the judges of looking after their own pocketbooks and of failing to grasp the "new reality" that his administration represents.

Dog that survived California wildfire guarded home for weeks

The house owner Andrea Gaylord fled when the November 8 fire broke out. An animal rescuer who responded to Gaylord's request to check on Madison first spotted the male Anatolian shepherd mix several days later.

Big rally by Malaysia Muslims calls for upholding privileges

The rally, backed by the country's two largest opposition Malay parties, was initially aimed at protesting a government plan to ratify a U.N. treaty against racial discrimination.

US: Trump in talks with Pence aide Ayers to replace Kelly

Nick Ayers is Trump's top choice to replace White House chief of staff John Kelly, and the two have held discussions for months about the job, a White House official said to leave at year's end.

Former FBI chief James Comey: Russia investigation initially looked at four Americans

Comey also told the House Judiciary Committee that, contrary to Trump's claims, he was "not friends in any social sense" with special counsel Robert Mueller, who is now leading the Russia investigation.

China: Canada’s detention of Huawei exec ‘vile in nature’

Huawei is the biggest global supplier of network gear for phone and internet companies and has been the target of deepening US security concerns.

Bundesliga Roundup: Jadon Sancho dedicates Borussia Dortmund derby-winning goal to grandmother

Sancho dedicated the goal to his recently deceased grandmother after becoming Dortmund's youngest goal-scorer in the Ruhr derby, Germany's biggest, at age 18.

Donald Trump picks Mark Milley as next top military adviser

If confirmed by the Senate, General Mark Milley, who has been chief of the Army since August 2015, would succeed Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

La Liga Roundup: Lionel Messi scores twice from free kicks to script Barcelona win against Espanyol

Nikola Kalinic, Antoine Griezmann and Rodrigo each scored a goal each to leave Atletico Madrid even with Barcelona ahead of the Catalan derby against Espanyol.

Mashrafe Mortaza wants fast start in ODIs against West Indies

The match will also be the 200th ODI for Mashrafe Mortaza, making him the first Bangladesh player to reach that mark.

Roadside bomb kills three civilians in Afghanistan

Both Taliban and Islamic State militants are active in eastern Afghanistan, especially in Nangarhar province.

Germany: New head of Angela Merkel’s party seeks to build bridges with rivals

Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, a Merkel ally close to her centrist stance, was elected as chairwoman of the Christian Democratic Union on Friday.

New NASA lander captures 1st sounds of Martian wind

The low-frequency rumblings were collected by the InSight lander during its first week of operations at Mars

Trump’s former lawyer Cohen met Russian who offered ‘political synergy’

Prosecutors in Cohen's case said that even though he cooperated in their investigation into potential campaign finance violations, he nonetheless deserved prison time.

Rome opera hires Daniele Gatti, who lost job over #MeToo allegations

Daniele Gatti was fired by a Dutch orchestra this year over #metoo allegations.

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