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UK: Police Search For Bomber’s Accomplices, Warn Of ‘Imminent’ Attack

(RFE/RL) — British authorities late on May 23 deployed the army to protect against another possibly “imminent” attack as they searched for accomplices to the suspected suicide bomber who killed..
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New Zealand All Blacks captain Kieran Read re-signs with NZ Rugby until 2019 World Cup

The 31-year-old Canterbury Crusaders loose forward succeeded Richie McCaw as skipper after the side won their second successive World Cup, and third overall, in England in 2015.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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The Associated Press has reported that The Islamic State group says one of its members planted bombs in the middle of crowds in Manchester, England, where 22 people died in an explosion at the Arianna..
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Super Crusaders storm home over Chiefs

A strong second half and the ever-reliable boot of Richie Mo'unga have set the Crusaders up for a 31-24 Super Rugby win over the Chiefs in Suva.

Canterbury Crusaders produce storming second half to beat Waikato Chiefs and remain unbeaten

Second-half tries to David Havili and Ben Funnell ensured the Canterbury Crusaders remained unbeaten with a 31-24 victory over the Waikato Chiefs in Suva on Friday.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe AgeSBS

Good news for All Blacks as Dagg eyes Crusaders return

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - There was some good news on the injury front for All Blacks coach Steve Hansen at the weekend when Israel Dagg came through a club match and declared himself fit to resume Super..

Chiefs aim to match Crusaders up front

Chiefs coach Dave Rennie says his players will have to match the unbeaten Crusaders up front when the top two sides in Super Rugby's NZ conference meet in Fiji.

Crusaders grind down Hurricanes to stay unbeaten

The Crusaders built their victory over the defending champions and fellow New Zealand powerhouse by starving Wellington's explosive backs of possession and relying on a dominant scrum to grind down..
SBS Also reported by •Brisbane TimesThe AgeSydney Morning Herald

Crusaders outclass Canes in Super Rugby

The Crusaders have defeated the Hurricanes 20-12 in an absorbing all-Kiwi Super Rugby derby match in Christchurch.

Less-weary Hurricanes favourites: Brown

Highlanders coach Tony Brown tips the Hurricanes to end the Crusaders' perfect Super Rugby record.

Stopping Barrett key to NZ conference showdown - Crusaders

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - The Canterbury Crusaders have identified Beauden Barrett as the danger man ahead of their Super Rugby showdown against the Wellington Hurricanes on Saturday and plan to starve..

Crusaders select All Blacks Crotty, Moody

All Blacks regulars Ryan Crotty and Joe Moody have reclaimed their run-on roles for the Crusaders' Super Rugby clash with the Hurricanes.

'Tongan Bear' Uhila named on Canes bench

Hurricanes prop Loni Uhila, nicknamed The Tongan Bear, will make his first appearance in seven weeks in the side's Super Rugby clash with the Crusaders.

Unbeaten Crusaders demolish hapless Bulls

The Crusaders have continued their perfect start to the Super Rugby season, embarrassing the Bulls 62-24 in Pretoria.

Crusaders' Whitelock gets two-week ban

Crusaders and All Blacks lock Sam Whitelock has been banned for two weeks after striking an opponent during the Super Rugby win over the Cheetahs.

Whitelock cited for alleged dangerous play

Crusaders skipper Sam Whitelock may be charged after a SANZAAR citing commissioner took exception to an alleged act of foul play against the Cheetahs.

Read breaks thumb in Crusaders win

A broken thumb to All Blacks captain Kieran Read breaks has spoiled the Crusaders' 48-21 defeat of the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein.

Chiefs must improve to be among contenders

Chiefs coach Dave Rennie is under no illusions of where his side sits in a New Zealand pecking order boasting the pace-setting Crusaders and Hurricanes.

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