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PORT ELIZABETH (Reuters) - South Africa coach Mark Boucher accepted responsibility for the slump that has left the hosts on the brink of defeat in the third test against England.
LONDON (Reuters) - Saracens have apologised for the "mistakes" made in relation to the salary cap regulations and accepted their imposed relegation from the English Premiership at the end of the season.
SEOUL: North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho has been replaced, Seoul-based NK News reported on Sunday (Jan 19). Ri would be replaced by Ri Son-gwon, the former chairman of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Country (CPRC), who played a prominent role in inter-Korean talks in early 2018.
Five people who benefited from Chongqing teacher Phillip Hancock’s liver, kidneys and corneas after his death are now making music.
The Malaysian author is happy with the adaptation of his acclaimed novel 'The Garden Of Evening Mists'.
The show 'In Memory Of Yao Lee: Her Songs, Her Life' pays tribute to the late Shanghai songbird Yao Lee and her life’s work which has left an indelible impression on many fans.
A professor delves into the issue of Alzheimer’s disease among Asian immigrants in the United States, while caring for her Vietnamese immigrant mother who has the condition.
(Reuters) - Saracens are to be relegated from English rugby's top division at the end of the season for breaching salary cap rules, Premiership Rugby announced on Saturday.
LETCHUMANAN Anbalagan who is pursuing his law degree at a private university, credits his success to the Rotary Education Fund (REF), which provided mentorship to him.