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ICC condemns racism in Sydney Take a look at, seeks action taken file from Cricket Australia

ICC condemns racism in Sydney Take a look at, seeks action taken file from Cricket Australia

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The ICC on Sunday condemned the incidents of Indian players being subjected to racial abuse by spectators at some stage within the third Take a look at towards Australia in Sydney and sought an action taken file from the host country's cricket board.Sydney incident Play became halted for a jiffy on the fourth day of the third Take a look at after pacer Mohammed Siraj complained of abuse from a fragment of the gang, leading to expulsion of some spectators and an unreserved apology from the host board. "The World Cricket Council (ICC) has strongly condemned reported incidents of racism at some stage within the ongoing third Take a look at match between Australia and India on the Sydney Cricket Ground and bear supplied Cricket Australia all well-known give a boost to in investigating the in...
Coach K condemns ‘riot’ at U.S. Capitol in blistering feedback on riot fueled by Trump supporters

Coach K condemns ‘riot’ at U.S. Capitol in blistering feedback on riot fueled by Trump supporters

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David Thompson, The Fayetteville Observer Published 3: 49 p.m. ET Jan. 9, 2021 | Up up to now 3: 58 p.m. ET Jan. 9, 2021CLOSE USA TODAY Sports' Scott Gleeson breaks down the most up-to-date Ferris Mowers Men’s Basketball Coaches Poll. USA TODAYDURHAM, N.C. — Duke males's basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski condemned the actions of rioters at the U.S. Capitol earlier this week, calling it an "riot" and that those enthusiastic must be prosecuted and the politicians who fanned the flames of violence chastised."The sorriest day outside of 9/11, shootings at faculties where children non-public gotten shot and killed. ... I know everyone went beneath desks at the Capitol. I may per chance perhaps well seize to seek recordsdata from what number of events academics ...

Pakistan condemns ‘inhuman’ terrorist attack in Kabul

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A wounded man receives remedy in a sanatorium following a suicide attack exterior an education centre, in Kabul on October 24, 2020. —AFPPakistan on Saturday condemned within the "strongest imaginable terms" a terrorist attack in Afghanistan's capital city Kabul, which killed no no longer up to 18, besides wounding dozens.A statement by the International Office to denounce the “inhuman” attack which took house  exterior an academic centre within the Dasht-e-Barchi space, said that Pakistan “condemns terrorism in all its kinds and manifestations”.Pakistan “will continue to support a nonetheless and stable Afghanistan”, the statement underscored.“We lengthen our heartfelt sympathies and condolences to the households of the victims and pray for early recovery of these injured,” it added...