Timeline: Match-fixing in cricket

A list of known major match-fixing and spot-fixing incidents that have taken place in recent times.

Timeline: Match-fixing in cricket

Latin America

Guatemala: A disabled women's struggle for more independence

From transportation to building access, getting around in Guatemala City can be a struggle, when not downright dangerous, for disabled people, but one government worker is trying to change that.


Heat wave in India worsens water shortages

Water tankers are being used across northern India, but low water rations are increasing the risk of waterborne illness, particularly for children.


Philippines: Thousands still displaced in Marawi

The ISIL-inspired Maute group took control of Marawi last year, prompting thousands to flee and, a year after the fighting ended, many families are still displaced and searching for loved ones.


Ethnic Chin refugees unsafe in Myanmar, unprotected in India

Many Chin refugees say they are fleeing religious persecution in Buddhist-majority Myanmar.


Salah vs Ronaldo: Titans set for Champions League final

Fans descend on Ukrainian capital Kiev for Champions League final between Liverpool and reigning champions Real Madrid.

All eyes on Salah and Ronaldo before Champions League final

US & Canada

US police make record-breaking drug bust in Nebraska

The $20m-worth of fentanyl, found in a hidden compartment of a truck, is enough to kill 26 million people, according to US drug enforcement officials.


Colombia: Former FARC fighters feel betrayed by government

Former FARC members claim they are being hunted and armed paramilitary groups are once again rising in former FARC territory in Colombia.

Latin America

Brazil: President orders army to clear roads amid truckers strike

The truck drivers' strike, driven by higher fuel prices, is causing shortages of food and petrol in some areas.

US & Canada

Weinstein appears in court over rape and sexual abuse charges

Weinstein's lawyer is expected to attack the credibility of his accusers and worried that jurors would be 'infected' by the #MeToo movement.


'You killed her': Guatemalan shot by US Border Patrol

Rights groups decry killing of Claudia Patricia Gomez Gonzales, 20, who was killed by an agent near the Mexico border.

Indigenous Guatemalan woman shot dead by US Border Patrol


Anglophone activists convicted of 'terrorism' in Cameroon

Activists sentenced to up to 15 years in prison as part of a crackdown on budding Anglophone secessionist movement.

Anglophone activists convicted of 'terrorism' in Cameroon