With AJE's Marwan Bishara on the 'new World War'
Zika virus: 'We have more questions than answers'
24 Oct 2012 17:22 GMT | Sport, Cricket, US & Canada, United States
The International Cricket Council (ICC) is desperate for cricket to crack the US market, but it faces stiff competition from more popular American sports.
Al Jazeera's Farrah Esmail reports from New York where the game is trying to gain popularity.
Europe pull off one of the biggest comebacks in golfing history to stun the home team.
Sport, Golf, US & Canada, United States
The United States shall meet defending champions Germany in the final of the women's under-20 World Cup.
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