Myanmar, accused of crackdown, invited to U.S.-Thai military exercise

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Myanmar military, which has been accused of ethnic cleansing against the country’s Muslim Rohingya minority, has been invited back as an observer in a major multinational military exercise next year led by the United States and Thailand.       

Ashes: Mitchell Starc ruled out of fourth Test with heel injury

Australia pace bowler Mitchell Starc is ruled out of the Boxing Day Test against England with a heel injury and will be replaced by Jackson Bird.

Leicester City 2-2 Manchester United

Harry Maguire scores a 94th-minute equaliser as 10-man Leicester snatch a draw in an entertaining encounter against Manchester United.

Ashes: England will not have ‘rash decisions’ about management after defeat

England will not make any “rash decisions” about management after the Ashes series defeat, says ECB chief Tom Harrison.

Garry Monk: Middlesbrough part company with manager despite victory

Championship side Middlesbrough part company with manager Garry Monk just six months after he was appointed.

Can The 2018 Stinger Transform Kia?

Renown for his work at BMW’s famed sporty M division, Biermann has aimed to give the Stinger road manners to compete with Germany’s best.

China Policy – Ghost of Christmas Past

If there were no better alternatives to accepting Chinese concessions as a new entrant to the WTO, then maybe it was not such a bad strategic move after all.

Israel frees three Turks arrested amid Jerusalem unrest

JERUSALEM (Reuters) – An Israeli court on Saturday freed without charge three Turks who had been arrested on suspicion of assaulting police outside a Jerusalem holy site contested by Jews and Muslims, a police spokesman said.