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Alastair Cook will not play in the fourth ODI

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Giles stresses that the Tour of the West Indies will be used to prepare for the upcoming World Twenty20 with Stuart Broad likely to captain the side

Chris Jordan appeals for an lbw decision during the first one-dayer against Australia

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Personnel in a seaboat from RFA Wave Knight escort the suspected drug-carrying vessel

Navy support ship aids £1m drugs bust after Caribbean chase

A quarter of a tonne of marijuana was hidden in sacks aboard Miss Kameney

Google celebrates Zora Neale Hurston's life with a doodle on their homepage.

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Shane Shillingford suspended to remedy bowling style

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What's in a number? You've chosen your itinerary and ship, and booked your cruise, so does it really matter where your cabin is? The answer depends on your priorities.

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A handout picture made available by the US Coast Guard and taken from a Coast Guard helicopter shows some 100 Haitians sitting on the hull and mast of a sail freighter after it grounded and capsized off the coast of the Bahamas

Up to 30 feared dead as migrants' sailing boat capsizes in Bahamas

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University students carve an image of Sachin Tendulkar in the sand in tribute to the retiring cricketer

Sachin Tendulkar retirement: The 'Little Master' out for 74, so has he missed his chance for a final century?

Tendulkar may not bat in the second innings as India pile on the runs meaning he could well have played his final innings where he was out for 74

Sachin Tendulkar holds the record for one-day international caps and centuries

Sachin Tendulkar to retire from international cricket later this year after playing 200th Test for India

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David Willey sealed victory over Surrey with a hat-trick, having earlier scored 60 runs

'Nervous' Dad refuses to watch Willey heroics

His captain is tipping him to follow in his father's footsteps and forge an England career, but Northamptonshire's Twenty20 hero David Willey would not be surprised if dad Peter never turned up to see him play.

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I first came to Edinburgh when I was 18 to serve on the Perrier Awards panel, and was inspired to try stand-up myself. In the intervening 22 years the press initially dubbed me a a 'fresh face', then 'a rising star', then an 'established name'. This year I was described as a 'permanent fringe fixture'. Like the rain, the sweaty venues and the panpipe players outside Waverley station, I have become part of the festival furniture.

Get me out of here - Cumbrian cottages, Marakech, Antigua

Now... Cumbrian Cottages has a selection of discounts this month. Examples for a week's rental from 26/27 July include Foxgloves near Windermere or Plum Corner near Hadrian's Wall, both sleeping two, for £390. bit.ly/CumbriaCots

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