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When the Rugby World Cup was held in Britain in 2015, Japan pulled off one of the greatest shocks in the sport’s history when they beat South Africa. Sputnik looks at this year’s tournament and wonders who could be the David against rugby’s Goliaths.
The All Blacks’ recent struggles against the likes of South Africa and Ireland have encouraged belief they can be toppled, but write them off at your peril
Elizabeth Warren drew an impressive 20,000 people for an anti-corruption speech the other night in the liberal enclave surrounding Manhattan’s Washington Square Park. Cue the media swoon.
Do you prefer reading an e-book or a physical version? It might be a surprise, but for most people, old school print on paper still wins.
At least 20 people killed and 90 wounded in a suicide car bombing outside a hospital in the southern city of Qalat.
It's been a wild ride!
Eight-country poll shows people view climate crisis as priority over migration and terrorism
More than 45 million people have also donated or started a Facebook fundraiser.
A communication between President Donald Trump and a world leader prompted a whistleblower complaint that is now at the center of a dispute between the director of national intelligence and Congress, a source familiar with the case told CNN.
Steve Hansen has opted to deploy the dual playmaker approach having experimented with it during New Zealand’s summer preparations