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Resilience is a powerful trait as it speaks of the power of hope. The resilient are usually optimists. They may stumble and fall, but they always pick themselves up afterwards.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Pacific Island states only have themselves to blame if they fall into debt problems and criticism of China's surging lending in the region by rival powers has been patronising, Samoa's Prime Minister said on Thursday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian hurdler Sally Pearson is determined to have one last tilt at Olympic glory in Tokyo even if it means turning her world championship defence into a "side run" next year.
(Reuters) - India are set to name an unchanged side for the fourth test against England as they look to build on the momentum of last week's victory at Trent Bridge, captain Virat Kohli has said.
British foreign minister Jeremy Hunt accused Google on Aug 30 of abandoning its moral values by failing to remove child abuse content while launching a version of its search engine in China that will block some websites.
MALLALA, Australia (Reuters) - Until a few months ago, train driver Gavin Slater had never seen anything like it. Five locomotives, with a combined 15,000 horsepower, ready to pull 101 wagons brimful of grain.