The animal is reportedly being treated for a broken leg
Despite nearly a decade of success, England's new ball pair don't stack up against the game's greats.
'The military is keeping up a search, but there is no hope of finding anyone alive now'
Sri Lanka is also still suffering the effects of the cyclone, which caused heavy rains and flooding earlier this week
Hackers still managed to get away wtih $80 million
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The Project Loon balloons float in the stratosphere, at twice the height of a commercial airliner
Anna Hart applauds the promotion - which, she says, captures the romantic spirit of the golden age of travel
At around 5.50pm most evenings, the natural soundscape of the forest around Sri Lanka's Lake Koggala – the chirps of cicadas and squawks of koel birds – is broken by the low thrum of a propeller engine. From the terrace of Tri, cocktail in hand, we have the perfect spot to watch the twice-daily seaplane make its descent and land on the bottle-green water's surface as it arrives from Colombo. A boat is quickly despatched to deliver any Tri residents to its private jetty.
Political strife, natural disasters and epidemics can devastate a country’s tourist industry. But once initial challenges are overcome, visitors can aid recovery, says Nick Redmayne
President Maithripala Sirisena said women running on stage to kiss the singer and throwing their underwear at him was 'most uncivilised'
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Sri Lanka urges Gulf state to pardon the domestic worker, who had been working there since 2013
David Cameron meets President Sirisensa at the Commonwealth summit in Malta
Tri Lanka, Galle