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The US is planning to ask almost everyone who wants a visa to enter the country for their social media identity. If the proposal is approved applicants will be asked to provide their social media history for the last past years.
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Three Australian players have been sent home for ball-tampering in the recent test series in South Africa. The players were taught tampering with cricket balls last Saturday 24 March.
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Darren Lehmann quits as Australian coach.
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Emotional Steve Smith apologises
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Kim Jong-Un the North Korean leader has made his first overseas visit. He made an unofficial visit to Beijing China where he met Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Rumors and speculations started on Sunday when North Korean presidential heavily armoured bullet-proof train was seen heading to China. The rumours remained unconfirmed until Kim Jong-Un had left China and returned home on Wednesday. Photographs of his visits were then released to the media. These include videos of his meeting with the Chinese president.
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It was a sad affair on Monday 19 March when Sudan the last Male Northern Rhino died due to age related complications. He was surrounded by people who had committed their lives to protecting him and giving him a good life. Amongst them were his keepers, veterinarians, officials from Kenyan Wildlife Services and news reporters who had tracked his progress over several years.
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Russia has expelled 23 UK diplomats in a tit for tat response to the UK expelling 23 of its diplomats. This came after a former Russian double agent, Sergei Skripal, 66, and his daughter,Yulia, 33, were poisoned with nerve agents in the English city of Salisbury. Both remain critically ill in hospital.
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