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TOKYO (Reuters) - As much as Rassie Erasmus and his Springboks coaching staff have tried to dampen predictions they will look to bludgeon Japan into submission in the Rugby World Cup quarter-final on Sunday, that is exactly what Jamie Joseph expects them to do.
OITA, Japan (Reuters) - Australia are keen to make a good start against in England in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals, but only because it would give them a strong foundation to finish off the game well, captain Michael Hooper said on Friday.
OITA, Japan (Reuters) - A day before they are due to face Australia in a Rugby World Cup quarter-final, England have announced they will play the Wallabies again in one of four 2020 November internationals at Twickenham.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan have made one injury-enforced change to the starting line-up for Sunday's Rugby World Cup quarter-final against South Africa, bringing Ryohei Yamanaka in at fullback in place of William Tupou.
MANHATTAN: A former Credit Suisse Group AG banker told a federal jury in New York that his decision to take millions of dollars in bribes was fueled in part by his secret love affair with a subordinate.
OITA, Japan (Reuters) - Wales received a huge boost on Friday when centre Jonathan Davies was passed fit to take his place in the side for the Rugby World Cup quarter-final against France after recovering from a knee injury.
(Reuters) - The United States struck a ceasefire agreement with Turkey on Thursday that will halt the fighting in exchange for a retreat by Kurdish YPG militia from a "safe zone" area in part because the U.S. believed the Kurds would not be able to hold that area militarily anyway, a top U.S. official said.
TOKYO (Reuters) - New Zealand's national airline has poked fun at Irish fans with a mock pre-match 'safety tips' video ahead of the All Blacks' Rugby World Cup quarter-final with Ireland.
THE allure of sun, sand and sea draw many to Sigi’s Bar and Grill in Penang but its pizzas are what make the experience memorable.
KUCHING: Sarawak will focus more on planted forests and high value-added products in its timber industry in view of declining resources from natural forests.