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Gloucestershire [UK], September 18 (ANI): Opening batsman Chris Dent has decided to step down as club captain of Gloucestershire Cricket after four years in the role.
Jeremy Clarkson’s Cotswolds farm is an ill omen for the countrysideRural England may be a far cry from the Klondike. But there’s a gold rush going on out there ‘Clarksonville Comes to Chadlington is a vignette of a battle now raging in various forms across England’s countryside.’ Photograph: Clarkson’s Farm Amazon Prime Video
The former President of Algeria, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, has passed away at the age of 84. The presidency disclosed the news on Friday, and comes more than two years after Bouteflika stepped down from the post.Bouteflika was a veteran of Algeria's war for independence. He ruled the North African country for two decades before resigning, under pressure from mass protests and the army, rejecting his plan to seek a fifth term in office. He had rarely been seen in public before his departure since a stroke in 2013. After Algeria gained independence in 1962, Bouteflika became the country's first foreign minister.He was also an influential figure in the Non-Aligned Movement that gave a global voice to Africa, Asia and Latin America. In 1974, as a president of the U.N. General Assembly, Bouteflika invited former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat to address the body - a historic step toward international recognition of the Palestinain cause. Bouteflika also demanded China be given a seat in the United Nations and railed against apartheid rule in South Africa. As President of Algeria, he negotiated a truce with Islamist militants that were responsible for the deaths of more than 200, 000 people, restoring peace to the country. Bouteflika had used oil and gas revenues to soothe internal discontent, and the state he ruled became more peaceful and prosperous.For a while, that allowed it to sidestep the "Arab Spring" unrest that toppled leaders across the region in 2011.But corruption flourished and Algerians grew increasingly angry at the political and economic situation.That fuelled the mass protests that finally brought Bouteflika's presidency to an end.
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Officers in Florida say they are working with the FBI to find 23-year-old Brian Laundrie, regarded as a person of interest in the disappearance of his girlfriend, Gabrielle "Gabby" Petito. Mr Laundrie is understood to have returned home to Florida in early September alone, after the pair left in July on a cross-country trek in a converted van to visit national parks in the American West. Late last week, police in Utah released bodycam footage, captured on 12 August before Ms Petito's disappearance, that showed her crying and an officer talking to Mr Laundrie after the pair were pulled over.
Dubai [UAE], September 18 (ANI): Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) star player Andre Russell on Saturday resumed training after completing necessary quarantine protocols ahead of the resumption of the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL).
The Frenchman made his first appearance of the season in the Europa Conference League draw with Rennes.
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"It's a stab in the back. We created a relationship of trust with Australia and that trust has been broken," French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Thursday.However, Australian residents are "happy" and "comfortable" that the deal with France is off, preferring the security partnership with Britain and the United States."No we're definitely not backstabbers. We signed a contract to build old submarines that haven't been delivered and it just doesn't stack up to me so I'm happy the deals off, definitely happy," Sydney resident Lawrence Brown said.In 2016, Australia had selected French shipbuilder Naval Group to build a new submarine fleet worth $40 billion to replace its more than two-decades-old Collins submarines, and reconfirmed the deal to French President Emmanuel Macron just two weeks ago.Instead, Australia joined a security partnership with the United States and Britain that will help the country acquire U.S. nuclear-powered submarines.
The former Old Trafford boss says the Norwegian is doing a ‘good job’.
Midfielder Thomas Partey is hoping to make his first start of the season as Arsenal travel to Burnley in the Premier League this afternoon. The midfielder injured his ankle during a pre-season friendly with Chelsea in August and he made his comeback last week against Norwich. Partey started on the bench for that game - coming on with 30 minutes to go - but he is hoping to start against Burnley.
A woman has been charged with murdering her three young daughters, just weeks after the family arrived in New Zealand from South Africa. Lauren Anne Dickason appeared in court in the port city of Timaru on Saturday, and a judge remanded her to a hospital for a mental health evaluation, a court spokesperson said. Dickason, 40, is charged with killing her 2-year-old twins Maya and Karla and their 6-year-old sister Liane, police said.
Aakash Chopra stated that the chances of Virat Kohli retaining his ODI captaincy are very low due to the similarity of the format with T20.
Anthony Joshua insists he would fight Tyson Fury at York Hall because ‘it is a grassroots fight’.