Kerry Pledges Refugee Aid in Lebanon

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Reuters U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Lebanon on Wednesday, where he pledged more aid to help Syria’s neighbors deal with an influx of refugees and press Lebanese parliamentarians to swiftly choose a new president. Lebanon has been unable to agree on a consensus candidate for president, creating a political vacuum at a time when the country is struggling to contain domestic sectarian violence while also grappling with a flood of Syrian refugees and declining economic growth. “It is an important period now to show support for the Lebanese…

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England will not release players for Women's International Cricket League - The Guardian


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England will not release players for Women's International Cricket League
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Kerry Pledges Refugee Aid in Lebanon

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Reuters U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Lebanon on Wednesday, where he pledged more aid to help Syria’s neighbors deal with an influx of refugees and press Lebanese parliamentarians to swiftly choose a new president. Lebanon has been unable to agree on a consensus candidate for president, creating a political vacuum at a time when the country is struggling to contain domestic sectarian violence while also grappling with a flood of Syrian refugees and declining economic growth. “It is an important period now to show support for the Lebanese…

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England will not release players for Women's International Cricket League - The Guardian


The Guardian

England will not release players for Women's International Cricket League
The Guardian
Sketchy details of the Women's International Cricket League, a Twenty20 competition which would theoretically be staged in Singapore, have emerged from Australia over the last couple of months, with the former Southern Stars all-rounder Lisa Sthalekar ...
Women's T20 League struck downESPNcricinfo.com
Cricket hierarchy's opposition a blow to planned women's Twenty20 tournamentSydney Morning Herald
News, 11 hours ago ICC releases results of drug testing in the first quarter ...International Cricket Council
BBC Sport -dunyanews.tv
all 38 news articles »