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Yekaterinburg, Jun 20 : With their title rivals failing to fire, France have vowed to ramp up the intensity and put their stamp on the World Cup with victory over Peru here tomorrow.
Didier Deschamps's team were far from fluid against Australia in their opening game in Russia, needing VAR (the Video Assistant Referee) and conseq... read more

Kazan, Jun 20 :  Captain Mile Jedinak says Australia cannot afford to focus solely on dangerman Christian Eriksen when they face Denmark looking for the win that could save their World Cup campaign.
A gut-wrenching 2-1 defeat to France in their Group C opener has left the Socceroos targeting a win on Thursday as they seek to qu... read more

Simalungun (Indonesia), Jun 20 :  Nearly 180 passengers are missing after a ferry sank into the depths of a volcanic lake in Indonesia, police said today, almost tripling initial estimates -- but the search-and-rescue agency cautioned it was still unclear how many people were aboard the vessel when it capsized...... read more

Beijing, Jun 20 : China and Nepal today signed eight agreements for developing major infrastructure projects in the land-locked Himalayan nation to further deepen bilateral ties, media reports said.
China has been investing heavily in Nepal in the last few years to enhance the connectivity and infrastructure...... read more

Sochi, Jun 20 :  Senegal proved to be Africa's saving grace at the World Cup on Tuesday. Take away their win over Poland and it is five defeats in five for the continent's representatives in Russia.
After Nigeria and Algeria both reached the knockout phase four years ago, following Ghana's run to the quarter-finals ... read more

Beijing, June 20 :  South Korea's president today urged Pyongyang to show a plan for concrete steps toward denuclearisation, raising the pressure on North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during his visit to Beijing to discuss the outcome of his summit with President Donald Trump...... read more

Seoul, June 20 : New pipelines could be laid to bring Russian gas through North Korea to the South and even on to Japan following the diplomatic thaw with Pyongyang, Seoul's leader suggested today.
President Moon Jae-in was speaking to Russian news media before a three-day visit to Moscow starting tomorrow, with the presidential... read more


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