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Mar042015

Australia Cuts Watson; Afghanistan Wins Toss And Bowls First - Yahoo News









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Australia made two changes to the 11 that lost to co-host New Zealand by one wicket in Auckland last Saturday. Fast bowler Pat fitness Cummins, who has a slight side strain, made way for Josh Hazelwood, and allrounder James Faulkner returned from injury to replace Watson. Afghanistan, which beat fellow Associate team Scotland by one wicket in Dunedin in its last match, replaced Gulbadin Naib with fellow opener Usman Ghani in the only change to its lineup. ___ Lineups: Australia: Aaron Finch, David Warner, Michael go!! Clarke (captain), Steve Smith, Mitchell Marsh, Mitchell Johnson, Glenn Maxwell, Mitchell Starc, Brad Haddin, James Faulkner, Josh Max Workouts Hazelwood. Afghanistan: Mohammad Nabi (captain), Afsar Zazai, Asghar Stanikzai, Dawlat Zadran, Hamid Hassan, Javed Ahmadi, Najib Zadran, Nawroz Mangal, Samiullah Shenwari, Shahpur Zadran, Usman Ghani. Umpires: Kumar Dgharmasena, Sri Lanka, and Michael Gough, England. Third umpire: Billy Bowden, New Zealand.
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Mar042015

Australia Cuts Watson; Afghanistan Wins Toss And Bowls First - Yahoo News









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Fast bowler Pat Cummins, who has a slight side strain, made way for Josh Hazelwood, and allrounder James Faulkner returned from injury to replace Watson. Afghanistan, which beat fellow Associate team Scotland by one wicket in Dunedin in its last match, replaced Gulbadin Naib with fellow opener Usman Ghani in the only change to its lineup. ___ Lineups: Australia: Aaron Finch, David Warner, Michael Clarke (captain), Steve Smith, Mitchell Marsh, Mitchell Johnson, Glenn Maxwell, Mitchell Starc, Brad Haddin, James Faulkner, Josh Hazelwood. Afghanistan: Mohammad Nabi (captain), Afsar Zazai, Asghar Stanikzai, Dawlat Zadran, Hamid Hassan, Javed Ahmadi, Najib Zadran, Nawroz Mangal, Samiullah Shenwari, Shahpur Zadran, Usman Ghani. Umpires: Kumar Dgharmasena, Sri Lanka, and Michael Gough, England. Third umpire: Billy Bowden, New Zealand.
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Mar032015

Germany?s New Policy Plan Puts The Us On Catch Up - Yahoo News











The project shows Germany to be a standout among the Western powers for its agility, imagination, openness, and altogether its guts. Related: First Greece, Now SpainIs Europe in for a Political Earthquake? The world has changed, and the Federal Foreign Office must change with it, Steinmeier told the assembled parliamentarians. Quickly: Can you think of a nation whose foreign policy elite is entirely incapable of making a similar assertion? I can. To be clear, Review 2014Foreign Policy Thinking Ahead, as Steinmeier named his project http://sondfpk.hazblog.com/ when he took office in December 2013, is an implicit challenge to the U.S. policy establishment. It is almost certainly intended to be so, although those courteous Germans would never say as much. CrisisRulesEurope, as the report published http://merrillyqgp.jimdo.com last week is titled, is interesting in all sorts of dimensions. It positions Germany, which is to say Chancellor Merkel, as Europes all-but-declared leader. Since the document expresses convictions, ideas, and intentions broadly shared across the Continent, one is tempted to start talking about Merkelism, but well leave that to the Europeans themselves. It commits Berlin to a course of action that has long been evident as a preference but never quite stated.
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Mar032015

Germany?s New Policy Plan Puts The Us On Catch Up - Yahoo News











One, as I more information read it Berlin is now on the record as alarmed over our steady drift toward global chaoson its doorstep, dramatically enoughand intends to counter it by advocating tougher enforcement of the law as we already have it. This will bear consequences for allies and adversaries alike. Two, Steinmeier explains his new bureaucratic diagram: We thus create a place where the principle for international order that is closest to our heartsmultilateralismfully applies. The Europe question. Berlins looking beyond Germany from now on and will embed its policy in the European context, Steinmeier said. Translation: We speak for Europe and will act accordingly. Intent: to give Europe more influence in world affairs. Related: Billions Flow Back Into European Equities As Revenue Outlook Improves I read a declaration that Europes going to turn its preferences into policies and advance them with more determination than it has to date. The ready-to-hand example is the Ukraine crisis. It has been clear for some time that Europe doesnt want more sanctions imposed on Russiapro forma measures to oblige the U.S.
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Mar012015

Japan Inflation At New Low Since War On Falling Prices Began - Yahoo News











The data may also aggravate doubts over the government's wider bid to lift the world's number three economy out of two-decades of stagnation. Sustained inflation is a key measure of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's growth blueprint, dubbed Abenomics, which was set into motion following his late 2012 election victory. The government data on Friday showed that Japan's inflation rate last month came in at 2.2 percent, down from 2.5 percent in December. But stripping out the effect of visit here a sales tax hike last year, it rose just 0.2 percent from a year earlier, the lowest since a zero percent rate in May 2013. The slip makes the Bank of Japan's much-touted 2.0 percent inflation goal -- a cornerstone of Abenomics -- look increasingly unrealistic. View gallery Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda (R) speaks to the press celebrities in Tokyo on February 27, 2015 (AFP Ph Prices had been on the rise, largely due to Japan having to import pricey fossil fuels to plug an energy gap left by the shutdown of atomic reactors in the wake of the 2011 Fukushima accident. But plunging oil prices have dealt another blow to the BoJ's inflation goals, and doubts are growing over the ambitious target -- even among policymakers themselves.
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