Newly added

A's trade Cespedes to Boston

Oakland, a threat to capture baseball's World Series crown for the first time since 1989, trade for Boston players Jon Lester and Jonny Gomes.
Newly added

Moore, Schwartzel set pace at WGC

Former Masters champion Charl Schwartzel and American Ryan Moore set the early pace at five under par at the WGC Bridgestone Invitational in Ohio.
Newly added

Cook hails great win for England

England's cricketers end a run of 10 Test matches without a win, beating India by 266 runs in the third Test at Southampton to level their series at 1-1.
Newly added
OSLO (Reuters) - After just four senior starts and three goals Norway's Martin Odegaard has become one of hottest properties in world football, with Europe's...
Newly added
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Australian international Luke Wilshire has joined Feyenoord on a one year contract, the Dutch club said on Thursday.
Newly added
GLASGOW (Reuters) - England’s Alex Dowsett channelled his anger at being left out of the team for this year's Tour de France to win gold in the men’s time trial...
Newly added
SOUTHAMPTON England (Reuters) - Spinner Moeen Ali claimed six wickets to inspire England to a crushing 266-run win over India on Thursday to level an absorbing...
Newly added
MADRID (Reuters) - Barcelona defender Gerard Pique believes an "angry" Luis Suarez will be desperate to prove himself when he has served out a four-month ban for...
Newly added
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Allowing CSKA Moscow to snatch the Russian Premier League title from under their noses last season has Zenit St Petersburg fired up for the new...
Newly added
A new system of double points for the last race of the Formula One season keeps third-placed Daniel Ricciardo hopeful of a maiden world title.
Newly added
SOUTHAMPTON England (Reuters) - England captain Alastair Cook was pleased with the way he handled the huge pressure he felt under to make his first significant...
Newly added
LONDON (Reuters) - Jose Mourinho says striker Romelu Lukaku is a "good kid" but was not motivated enough to fight for a starting spot at Chelsea.
Newly added
Chinese tennis star Li Nar continues to suffer from a knee injury which she says will keep her out of the last major of the year, the US Open.
Newly added
LONDON (Reuters) - West Ham United midfielder Ravel Morrison has been charged with assaulting two women outside a bar in Manchester, police said on Thursday.
Newly added
ABIDJAN, July 31 (Reuters) – Frenchman Herve Renard, who led Zambia to the African Nations Cup title in 2012, was on Thursday named as Ivory Coast coach.
Advertisement
Advertisement

Editor's Choice

Our pick of the best content from SBS News & Current Affairs and our content partners.

Newly added
At least 25 people have died and 13 are missing in two separate boat sinkings in Indonesia, officials have said.
This week SBS World News is exploring the business of food in Australia, from what we eat and drink to how it's made.
Turkish women have flooded Twitter with happy snaps in response to comments made by the country’s deputy prime minister that they shouldn't laugh loudly in public...

Comment: Who wins in the name game?

From dating to job prospects, a name has remarkable power over the path of its owner's life.
The 2014 Commonwealth Games takes place in Glasgow from 23 July - 3 August 2014.
The sudden escalation of rocket attacks from Gaza in recent weeks has renewed interest in the Iron Dome, which remains a stop-gap measure tailored to the specific...