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- Taylor torments sloppy Windies December 11, 2013West Indies had New Zealand against the ropes but failed to take advantage of a green-top pitch and chilly overcast conditions as the homeside reached 307 for six at the close.
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- Former captain says Windies have lost their warrior spirit December 10, 2013Richie Richardson criticised the attitude of the current crop, but said the system in which they operate needs to share the blame for the prolonged slide of the regional team.
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- Ukraine police abandon stand-off December 11, 2013Pro-EU protesters in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, push back riot police from their protest bastions as the president promises not to use force.
- India court reinstates gay sex ban December 11, 2013India's Supreme Court overturns a 2009 ruling and upholds a law criminalising gay sex, in a move seen as a major blow to gay rights.
- Spy agencies 'track Google cookies' December 11, 2013The latest Snowden leak suggests US and UK cyberspies are taking advantage of Google's proprietary cookie technology to track suspects.
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