India's cricket team to participate in Champions Trophy
Some also see reason in accepting the revised offer from the ICC, which has agreed to pay the BCCI $100 million more than the approved $293 million.
Trump exaggerates a threat to religious freedom
This executive order directs the Internal Revenue Service not to unfairly target churches and religious organisations for political speech.
North Korea to extradite anyone involved in alleged Kim Jong Un assassination
Kim was arrested merely hours after North Korean leader Kim Jong-un threatened to erase America from the face of the Earth. Pyongyang accused South Korea and the United States of plotting to assassinate the leader using biochemical poison.
Britain beat Australia 4-3 to win Sultan Azlan Shah Cup
After charging into the circle, his cross found no takers, but an obstruction on Mandeep earned India a penalty corner. Kane Russell and the Black Sticks lost 4-0 to India in the bronze medal match at the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup.
Star Wars: Episode IX, Frozen 2 & Indiana Jones Get Release Dates
Star Wars started out with Memorial Day, and it also allows the studio to double-up on profiting from the film. Rogue One was a defining moment for the series, and served as an excellent change of pace.
Tunnel collapse renews safety concerns about nuclear sites
Railcars filled with radioactive waste are buried in the wood and concrete tunnels, which are covered by about 8feet of soil. The latest estimate to finish the overall cleanup of Hanford is more than $107 billion and the work would take until 2060.
NZ rugby internationals stood down after drug allegations
Police alleged the video showed Crowther offer the phone to two men, both of whom allegedly inhaled it through rolled bank notes. Meanwhile Proctor announced he had stood down as Gold Coast Titans captain in a statement on the team's website.
Duterte says he won't raise sea feud win vs. China in summit
The government plans to build a dock starting next month to accommodate ships with construction materials, Lorenzana said. Analysts noted that the Philippines might be hesitant to provoke China given warmer ties between the two countries.
Philippines, US Launch Smaller Military Exercises
Only 5,400 USA and Filipino soldiers are participating in this year's Balikatan , barely half of last year's 11,000. The annual joint exercises pushed through despite Duterte's threat previous year to have them scrapped altogether.
MTV celebrates summer viewing season with Movie & TV Awards
Things quickly got hot when a lamp was knocked over and a set of stairs caught on fire - although it was all part of the show. The 27-year-old went on to address why she specifically was honored with the award despite her rough competition.
Apologetic Matt Harvey admits being out past curfew
Harvey said that he was practically interrogated at his front door while in pajamas. "To do that, you've got to show up". Hampered by injuries, however, they've opened 14-16 against all NL East opponents. "I made a mistake", Harvey said.
German economy sees strong expansion in first quarter
Germany's economy has been enjoying a sweet spot of late, marked by rising growth, expanding trade, and falling unemployment. German growth accelerated in the first quarter, while the French economy continued to add jobs.
Army kills 50 Afghan forces in border fight
Khaama Press quoted Sediqi as saying that the claims are absolutely wrong and the Afghan government strongly rejects the claims. He says the situation is calm but that the border crossing in the area is still closed.
UN chief says seeking further $900 million for Somalia crisis response
Theresa May said the aim was "to degrade al-Shabaab by having Somali forces take over the security of the country". Save the Children CEO Kevin Watkins said: "Somalia continues to drift towards an avoidable starvation ".
US Unemployment Rate Hits Ten-Year Low On Strong Job Growth
US payroll gains expanded at a faster pace in April, and the unemployment rate dropped to 4.4 percent, the lowest in a decade. Overall, the US added 211,000 jobs in April compared with a revised 79,000-job gain the previous month.