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(Reuters) - West Indies could be tempted to play Shimron Hetmyer as a finisher at the Twenty20 World Cup after the Delhi Capitals batsman excelled in the role again in Monday's Indian Premier League (IPL) victory against Chennai Super Kings.
MANILA (Reuters): An initial investigation by the Philippine government has found 154 police officers could be criminally liable over their conduct in President Rodrigo Duterte's bloody war on drugs, in a rare admission by the state that abuses may have taken place.
MANILA (AFP): Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has said he will "prepare for my defence" against an International Criminal Court probe into his deadly drug war, after previously insisting he would not cooperate.
MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's daughter has no intention of joining her father's party or being its flag-bearer, her spokesperson said on Monday, adding to the twists surrounding next year's presidential election in the Southeast Asian nation.
(Reuters) - Stadiums in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will operate at 70% of capacity for the Twenty20 World Cup, the organisers said, though conditions in Oman, where preliminary rounds are due to be played, have still to be fully assessed following a cyclone.
Philippines: Duterte stepping out of the limelight - will be infamous for deadly drug crackdown but always popular with people
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, who said Saturday he will retire from politics, has earned international infamy for his deadly drug war and foul-mouthed tirades, but remains hugely popular among Filipinos fed up with the country's dysfunction and elite politicians.
(Reuters) - West Indies opener Chris Gayle will leave the Indian Premier League (IPL) bio-bubble to "refresh" himself ahead of the Twenty20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates and Oman, his franchise Punjab Kings said on Thursday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia will postpone its test match against Afghanistan indefinitely this week to prompt the Asian nation to "rethink" their approach to women's sport, Cricket Tasmania boss Dominic Baker said on Wednesday.