Sri Lanka skipper banned for two ODIs

Hashim Amla and AB de Villiers have both hit 24 ODI centuries in their careers, more than anyone else for South Africa , only five players from any country have managed more tons than this. Maharaj took four wickets at a run-a-ball in the two one-day internationals he played in the series against England . The form of Amla , who reeled off an incredible 25th century in the format - the most by a South African, surpassing AB de Villiers in the process - continues to please, while Du ...

As US Retreats, European Union And China Seek Leadership At Climate Summit

As US Retreats, European Union And China Seek Leadership At Climate Summit

A group of USA states and cities, including the world's sixth largest economy, have vowed to fill the climate gap left in the wake of President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw the us from an historic climate pact. "Leaving Paris is not good for America or the world", the CEO of electric auto maker Tesla Inc. tweeted shortly after Trump officially withdrew the US from the global climate pact.

London Police Urging 'Common Sense' on Social Media on Attacks

United States President Donald Trump offered USA help to Britain in response to reports of three violent incidents including a vehicle mowing down pedestrians on London Bridge . The attacks were declared as "terrorist incidents" at 12:25am Sunday (2325 GMT Saturday). Borough Market , next to London Bridge , was busy at the weekend night with lots of people enjoying food and drinks in the bars .

London Bridge Closed Following Reports That Vehicle Plowed Into Pedestrians

In response to these incidents, police have posted a shelter-in-place graphic to Twitter, telling people in the areas to run or hide and to alert police when it is safe to do so. "I saw this van going left and right, left and right, trying to catch as many people as he could". "Then I tried to help people, wounded people".

Jeremy Corbyn's attack dog believes May 'too unwell' to be Premier

The first was Jeremy Corbyn and the second was May's purple firewall: the padding of her lead with voters who backed UKIP in 2015 but supported the Conservatives in the local elections. It was circulated on Facebook with the caption: "On June 9th, this man could be Prime Minister". I could have stayed on and kept doing that job. "I'm not going to make any excuses for the experience you had", May said.