22 января, 22:31

Noticias de última hora, el 22 de enero de 2018

Presentadora: Svetlana Borónina En el norte de Siria sigue realizando la operación masiva de Turquía llamada la «Rama de olivo». En el ataque aéreo masivo contra el territorio del cantón de Afrín kurdo participaron 72 bombarderos y aeronaves que bombardearon 108 metas. Además, las agrupaciones del «Ejército Sirio Libre» con el apoyo de los tanques de Turquía también atacaron las posiciones de kurdos. El Consejo de seguridad de la ONU a petición de Francia va a celebrar la reunión dedicada a la situación en cantón de Afrín, en respuesta Mevlut Chavushoglu, el jefe del Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores llamó los franceses como terroristas. Como resultado de los ataques aéreos de Las Fuerzas Aéreas de Turquía murieron al menos 9 personas, en particular 6 civiles. En Afrín no hay Internet durante 36 horas. Los tanques de Turquía todavía no pueden entrar en la ciudad. En la República Popular de Donetsk durante del día de ayer los dirigentes de un ministerio de “fuerza” ucranianos violaron el régimen del cese del fuego 6 veces y lanzaron 181 petrechos contra los territorios de primera línea de la república. Los lugares poblados en la dirección de Donetsk fueron los objetos del fuego más intensivo. Recordemos que ayer por la mañana los ejércitos ucranianos bombardearon el autobús civil en el puesto de control «Elénovka» al sur de Donetsk. Como resultado del bombardeo había víctimas y heridos entre los pasajeros y la población civil. Según Rodi Osmán, el representante de Kurdistán Sirio en Moscú, los kurdos sirios expulsaron las Fuerzas Armadas de Turquía y las agrupaciones subordinadas turcas de rebeldes de su territorio. Los ejércitos turcos y sus agrupaciones subordinadas tenían intenciones de pasar al territorio de la ciudad de Afrín de Siria con el acompañamiento de las Fuerzas Aéreas y los ataques de misiles. Sin embargo, las fuerzas democraticas de Siria atacaron 5 posiciones. Osmán informó que en la provincia de Radjo las fuerzas democraticas de Siria habían atacado 3 posiciones, en la provincia de BilBil – los 2. El noroeste de Siria se convertió en el campo de batalla entre las Fuerzas Armadas de Turquía y las agrupaciones de la oposición kurda. El Estado Mayor de Tirquía informó sobre los bombardeos contra las formaciónes kurdas en Afrín de Siria. Al mismo tiempo el ejército sirio rodeó una parte de los rebeldes de la organización «Jabhat Fatj Ash-Sham» que está prohibida en Rusia y liberó a la base aérea de Abú-Duhur. Los estados que apoyaban los kurdos hasta hace poco enfrentaron a una elección: seguir trabajando con Erdogan o buscar aliados nuevos. Serguéi Shoigú, el Ministro de Defensa de la Federación de Rusia celebró conversaciones con su colega de Laos dedicadas a la cooperación militar y militartecnológica entre ambos paises. La cooperación intensa en esas esferas sigue realizando después del encuentro de Sisoulith, el Primer Ministro de Laos y Vladímir Putin, el presidente de la Federación de Rusia en 2016 y la visita del líder de Laos a Rusia en 2017. Chaputóvich, el jefe del Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores de Polonia informó que a pesar del descontento de la Comisión europea y las amenazas de la aplicación de sanciones europeas en relación del país, Polonia tenía intenciones de continuar su reforma judicial. Según sus palabras, el dialogo entre Varsovia y Bruselas en relación con aquella cuestón sería continuada y las autoridades de Polonia iban a preparar la respuesta a las recomendaciones que fueron proporcionadas por la Comisión europea hasta el 20 de marzo. Recordemos que en la reforma judicial de Polonia la Comisión europea descubrió la violación del principio fundamental de la independencia del sistema judicial y por eso el procedimiento de sanciones ya fue iniciado contra el país y Varsovia puede ser privada del derecho de voto en el Consejo de la UE. ______________________________________________________ Агентство ANNA-News это волонтерский проект. Волонтеры ANNA-News ведут свои репортажи с мест событий, снимают видеоролики и публикуют аналитические статьи по проблеме национальной безопасности России и ее союзников в современных военно-политических условиях. ANNA-News это самые последние и актуальные новости из районов боевых действий Более подробно на сайте http://anna-news.info Помочь материально: http://anna-news.info/помощь-агентству-anna-news/ Мы в соцсетях: Вконтакте https://vk.com/anna_news Facebooke https://www.facebook.com/newsanna/ Twitter https://twitter.com/annanews_info Instagram https://www.instagram.com/anna_news.info/

22 января, 13:05

Talking Horses: Last chance to make hay with James Bowen's 5lb claim

The excellent teenage jockey rode out his 5lb claim at Ascot on Saturday but still gets to use it at Fakenham todayJames Bowen, the 16-year-old jockey who has plundered several big prizes in the past month – including the Welsh Grand National and the Lanzarote Hurdle – maintained his winning momentum at Fontwell on Sunday. He was successful on a 6-4 favourite, Atlantic Roller, for trainer Chris Gordon, following victory on the 5-1 chance Jenkins at Ascot on Saturday for Nicky Henderson, and has prospects of stretching that to a three-day winning sequence when he heads to Fakenham today. Continue reading...

19 января, 12:25

Предсказание карьеры: будут ли расти зарплаты в 2018 году

Как избежать сокращения, какие качества помогут в трудоустройстве и какие профессии будут востребованы на рынке

16 января, 11:00

Sam Rockwell got his award for playing a racist cop, not being one | Ryan Gilbey

His Three Billboards critics seem to expect fiction to deliver justice. Go on like this, and we’ll have to say goodbye to Chinatown and The Godfather, for startersThose of us unconvinced by the claims of greatness surrounding the Oscar-touted film Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri are likely to feel there are any number of reasons why it should go unrewarded. It could be the way Martin McDonagh’s movie sacrifices dramatic consistency in favour of crowd-pleasing stand-offs orchestrated by the avenging angel Mildred Hayes (Frances McDormand), who first mocks the law, and then takes it into her own hands, when her daughter is murdered. Or it might be the amount of character detail that plainly doesn’t fit with the characters (a sheriff name-checking Oscar Wilde, a pair of hicks watching Don’t Look Now) or the self-reflexive dialogue that keeps commenting on its own supposed smartness. Perhaps it is the plenitude of calculated ironies, beginning when Mildred angrily tells her daughter that she hopes she gets raped – right before she gets raped. Related: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri review – a search for justice writ large Continue reading...

15 января, 19:30

The Fiver | 'A pioneer for black footballers across this nation and beyond'

Sign up for The FiverA flood of tributes has greeted the sad and shocking news that Cyrille Regis, the former West Brom and England striker, has died aged 59. Regis, who passed away following a cardiac arrest on Sunday, won the last of what should have been far more than five international caps in 1987, the year in which he also won the FA Cup with Coventry City. It was with Coventry and West Brom with whom Regis spent the lion’s share of a career that began with the striker earning £5-a-week at Surrey side Molesey to supplement the £20 he earned on building sites working as an apprentice electrician. Making sure to secure his ticket to work as a full-time “spark”, Regis promptly abandoned his trade to embark on a far more exciting one as a full-time professional footballer with Hayes, West Brom, Coventry, Aston Villa, Wolves, Wycombe and Chester City. His most prolific time as a striker was with West Brom, for whom he scored 112 goals in 297 appearances. He was awarded an MBE in 2008. Continue reading...

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15 января, 14:18

Man in court charged with Southport travel agent's murder

Andrew Burke, accused of killing Cassie Hayes at her workplace, is remanded in custody until plea hearing next monthA man has appeared in court accused of murdering a travel agent at her workplace.Cassie Hayes, 28, died in hospital from a wound to her throat inflicted on Saturday afternoon at the Tui branch in Southport town centre, where she was assistant manager. Continue reading...

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14 января, 22:07

Man charged after Merseyside travel agent dies from throat wound

Man aged 30 charged with murder after Cassie Hayes, 28, died from wound to throat sustained in incident in SouthportA travel agent died from a wound to the throat after she was attacked at her workplace in Merseyside, a postmortem has found.Cassie Hayes, 28, died of her injuries in hospital after the incident at the Tui branch in Chapel Street, Southport, where she was assistant manager, on Saturday afternoon. Continue reading...

13 января, 23:13

The Most Delusional Fox News Hosts

There have been many Fox News hosts and correspondents that got things so wrong it was hard to watch. Here are the 18 most delusional hosts.

13 января, 21:00

Russian Special Forces Eliminate Militants Behind Syrian Airbase Attacks

The Russian military announced late on Friday that it has tracked down and eliminated a group of rebels involved in attacks on Russia's main base in Syria after mobilizing "all manpower and materiel of Russia’s multilevel military intelligence system in Syria" and especially its elite special forces troops.   The previous New Year's Eve attack was carried out by a small squad of insurgents armed with mortars who were able to kill two Russian servicemen while damaging up to seven aircraft at Khmeimim Airbase outside of Latakia, Syria and constitutes the single largest loss of Russian military hardware throughout the Syria campaign.   Russian special forces soldiers in Syria. Image source: Russian military media via The Washington Post This was followed by a January 6 coordinated attack on the base involving 13 heavily armed drones which captured headlines this week as Russian defense officials, including President Putin himself, said the militants must have had outside help or state sponsorship, given the sophistication of the operation and presence of advanced satellite and weapons technology the UAVs were outfitted with.   Damage to one of the seven Russian jets disabled through the December 31 mortar attack on Khmeimim Airbase. Photo via Roman Saponkov In response to both attacks, Russian special forces units were immediately mobilized and conducted targeted operations based on intelligence which identified the location of the initial mortar attacks. The Russian Defense Ministry indicated the full scope of its intelligence and special ops resources were brought to bear for the operation. According to Russia's TASS news: A group of Russian Special Operation Forces established the militants' location close to the western border of the Idlib province. "When the terrorists arrived at the facility where they were to board a minibus, the whole subversive group was eliminated by the Krasnopol high-precision munition [see below]," the ministry said. The Russian Defense Ministry added that all manpower and materiel of Russia’s multilevel military intelligence system in Syria had been involved in the operation.   The 2K25 Krasnopol is a Russian 152 mm cannon-launched, fin-stabilized, base bleed-assisted, semi-automatic laser-guided, explosive projectile. It automatically 'homes' on a point illuminated by a laser designator, typically operated by a ground-based artillery observer. Source: Wiki Commons Simultaneous to this operation defense officials said Russian artillery targeted and destroyed a drone assembly plant and storage depot in nearby al-Qaeda controlled Idlib, believed to have possibly been part of the January 6 attack - which though reportedly thwarted - has raised serious concerns over the vulnerability and security of Russia's most active foreign base. TASS reports further of the drone depot: Russia’s Krasnopol precision artillery munition has wiped out terrorists’ drone assembly and storage depot in the Syrian province of Idlib, according to the Defense Ministry. "The Russian military reconnaissance has uncovered a terrorist fixed-wing drone assembly and storage place in the province of Idlib. The depot has been destroyed by the Krasnopol precision artillery munition," the Defense Ministry said. The Russian military said the drones came from the village of Muwazarra in Idlib, around 50 miles away, which makes Ahrar Al Sham or Hay’at Tahrir Al Sham the immediate culprit. Both groups, though blacklisted as terror organizations by the Pentagon, have received direct and indirect assistance by the CIA and allied intelligence services at various points over the course of the war, especially during the 2015 campaign to wrest Idlib city from the control of the Syrian government. "We know who they were and how much they paid for that provocation," Putin had warned previously, while also claiming to be in possession of evidence demonstrating the rebels had outside help, presumably from external intelligence agencies. Though Russia hasn't been forthcoming with any 'smoking gun' proof regarding outside state sponsorship of Idlib militant operations against Khmeimim base, Putin is reported to have reassured Turkey's President Erdogan through a phone call, saying that Russia knows it wasn't Turkey, while accusing outside "provocateurs" of attempting to derail the delicate Russia-Turkey-Iran agreement reached in Sochi last November. The next round of talks is scheduled to begin at the end of January, which has further raised Russian suspicions as to the timing of recent attacks.  On Friday, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova accused Washington of engaging Syrian opposition groups involved in the Sochi process behind the scenes in order to sabotage Russian efforts at a peace deal and settlement to the Syrian war. The Pentagon has vehemently denied any involvement in the attacks against Russian bases or personnel in Syria. 

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12 января, 22:02

Почему я до сих пор не занимаюсь опенсорсом

В предыдущей опубликованной мной на Хабре статье ("Так почему же ты не участвуешь в разработке Open Source программного обеспечения?") автор поднимал вопрос — почему разработчики не участвуют в опенсорс проектах. Сегодня предлагаю посмотреть на ситуацию глазами разработчика желающего помочь опенсорсу, но раз из раза откладывающему этот шаг. Что ему мешает? Брендон Хейс (Brandon Hays) еще в 2011 году написал на эту тему отличную статью перевод которой я публикую ниже. Через опыт автора мне хотелось выйти на системное понимание проблем, делающих опенсорс “недружелюбным” для новичков. Буду очень рад, если читатели поделятся свои опытом: изменилось ли что-то за последние годы? как вы решали/решаете обозначенные проблемы? что нужно сделать, чтобы в опенсорс проектах было легче участвовать? И да — несмотря на все сказанное, лично я считаю, что Open Source — это единственно возможное будущее для разработки ПО. Многие со мной не согласятся — прошу не кидаться камнями, я постараюсь подробнее развить эту мысль в наших следующих статьях. Читать дальше →

12 января, 20:17

"We Know Who They Are": Putin Claims "State Provocateur" Behind "Terrorist Drones" In Syria

Russian President Vladimir Putin slammed those behind the massive drone attack on Russia's two Syrian bases which took place on January 6, saying in front of a large Russian media conference Thursday, "There were some provocateurs, but they were not Turks. We know who they are, who paid who for this provocation and what the actual sum was." Meanwhile the Turkish newspaper Daily Sabah reports that Putin has privately informed Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan of which "provocateur" was behind a drone attack. Earlier this week we reported that the Russian military in Syria thwarted the highly coordinated attack on Khmeimim air base and the Russian Naval facility in the city of Tartus, intercepting 13 heavily armed UAVs launched by terrorists. And underreported in international media was also a prior New Year's Eve attack carried out by a small squad of insurgents armed with mortars who were able to kill two Russian servicemen while damaging up to seven aircraft at Khmeimim Airbase, which constituted the single largest loss of Russian military hardware throughout the Syria campaign. Though both attacks would appear to be merely the work of Islamist rebel factions occupying nearby Idlib, multiple extraordinary factors led the Russian Ministry of Defense to immediately state that the perpetrators must have had outside state sponsorship. First there was - as the Russian Ministry of Defense mentioned in an early media statement - "strange coincidences" surrounding the terrorist attack: these included a US spy plane spotted in the area, namely a US Navy’s Boeing P-8 Poseidon reconnaissance aircraft on patrol between the Khmeimim airbase and Tartus naval base in Syria during the time of the attack.  Secondly, the airbase lies deep within Syrian regime territory in what is among the most secure areas in all of Syria, which also underscores the need for advanced satellite and navigational coordination from a state actors. The Russian military claims the drones came from the village of Muwazarra in Idlib, around 50 miles away, which makes Ahrar Al Sham or Hay’at Tahrir Al Sham the immediate culprit. Both groups, though blacklisted as terror organizations by the Pentagon, have received direct and indirect assistance by the CIA and allied intelligence services at various points over the course of the war, especially during the 2015 campaign to wrest Idlib city from the control of the Syrian government. Origination points of recent wave of drone attacks on Russian and Syrian forces locations. Map via Syria Live Update Third, the Russian military in its examination of the recovered drones found high tech components well beyond what initially appeared to be rebel-made improvised devices manufactured locally. Putin went so far as to say the drones and explosives were purposefully made to appear primitive and homemade in order to conceal the advanced technology they were outfitted with. On Thursday he said, "As for these attacks, they were undoubtedly prepared well. We know when and where these unmanned vehicles were handed over [to the attackers], and how many of them there were. These aerial vehicles were disguised - I would like to stress that - as homemade. But it is obvious that some high-tech equipment was used." Russia has yet to reveal the identity of those responsible, but has strongly hinted at the United States or a regional US ally, which elicited a Pentagon response this week with a spokesperson saying the suggestion is "without any basis in fact and is utterly irresponsible." The UK Daily Mail featured detailed Russian defense photographs of the recovered drones, which were noted to be "immune to jamming technology" and summarized the advanced capabilities as follows: "Jam-resistant terrorist drones" could not have been made without foreign help, Russia says  They carried sophisticated software and precision-guided weaponry The explosives they carried were 'stuffed with ball bearings' Recovered drones used in the attack featured in a photograph published by RT. Image source: TASS Though as the Daily Beast notes anti-government insurgents in Syria have long had access to black market drones sold through social media, Russia has consistently pointed to the high tech navigational and weapons components added. An earlier Russian Defense Ministry statement said the attack needed a "high-level engineer" and that "not every country is able to get sharp coordinates using space intelligence data" while also citing the presence of "foreign detonating fuses". The statement further indicated that, "Russian specialists are determining supply channels, through which terrorists had received the technologies and devices, as well as examining type and origin of explosive compounds used in the IEDs." And given Putin's words on Thursday, it sounds like Russia believes it has proof of the outside sponsor of the operation - though it's unclear why it is not forthcoming with the evidence as it has been in some past incidents. It could be that Russian defense doesn't actually have the level of proof needed to convince an international audience, or the more likely scenario perhaps involves the delicacy of Russia's current attempts to negotiate a settlement to the war and continued military withdrawal of its forces. Regarding these negotiations, Putin said on Thursday of the recent attacks on its Syrian bases, "Those were provocations aimed at disrupting the earlier agreements, in the first place. Secondly, it was about our relations with our partners - Turkey and Iran. It was also an attempt to destroy those relations." Last November a trilateral Syria deal was reached between Russia, Turkey, and Iran in Sochi, Russia over the future of Syria which emphasized winding down the war while keeping the country intact and creating a humanitarian and diplomatic solution, and also included planned Moscow-sponsored talks between the Syrian government and recognized opposition. The US and other Western powers were notably excluded from the talks, which many analysts now see as signifying that Putin is in the driver's seat when it comes to setting the final terms for winding down the war. Russia suspects that the latest attacks on Khmeimim are provocations designed to introduce suspicion among signatories to the deal, especially those elements of the Syrian opposition set to meet for continued Russian sponsored negotiations at the end of January. Interestingly, the Russian Foreign Ministry actually previously warned of "staged provocations" aimed at doing just this in the days prior to the first January mortar attack on Khmeimim. As we reported at the time of a prior missile attack on the base, FM spokesperson Maria Zakharova warned at a December 28 press conference that ongoing attacks were "another link in the chain of ongoing and, perhaps, staged provocations involving terrorists and extremists from the Syrian opposition aimed at disrupting the positive trends in the development of the situation in Syria and, in particular, at creating obstacles to convening and holding the Syrian National Dialogue Congress in Sochi on January 29-30." Also notable in terms of the potential for US involvement, which also affirms that Russian suspicions are not mere "paranoia," is that one of the high level planners behind CIA operations in Syria, former CIA Acting Director Michael Morell, declared publicly that "we need to make the Russians pay the price" in Syria by "covertly" killing them via proxies. The CIA's Morell said the following in a televised Charlie Rose interview at that time: Morell: We need to make the Iranians pay the price in Syria; we need to make the Russians pay the price. Rose: We make them pay the price by killing Russians and killing Iranians? Morell: Yes. Covertly. You don't tell the world about it. You don't stand at the Pentagon and say we did this. But you make sure they know it in Moscow and Tehran. I want to go after those things that Assad sees as his personal power base. I want to scare Assad. I want to go after his presidential car. I want to bomb his offices in the middle of the night. I want to destroy his presidential aircraft. I want to destroy his presidential helicopters. I want to make him think we are coming after him. With such brazen and public past admissions by US intelligence officials it is clear that no scenario should be taken off the table regarding what happened with these recent technologically advanced attacks on Russian assets in Syria. This could indeed very likely be the United States or a regional state actor making Russians "pay the price" for being there.   

12 января, 20:01

Can Mahershala Ali Bring Back Fans to ‘True Detective’ in Season 3?

HBO is looking to Oscar-winning star Mahershala Ali to rescue the once-beloved series after its sophomore slump.

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12 января, 14:44

Truck crashes into finish line at Tour Down Under – video

A truck carrying hay bales disrupts the Tour Down Under cycling event in Gumeracha after crashing through and carrying the inflatable finish line down the road. With no one injured and the inflatable line recovered, it was erected again for race winner Annette Edmondson to cross underWatch more clips on our amazing world of sport page Continue reading...

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29 декабря 2017, 00:01

Исследование: текущий уровень доходов устраивает только 38% специалистов финсектора

В среднем каждый пятый (22% опрошенных компанией Hays сотрудников финансового сектора) ожидает, что его доход в 2018 году вырастет до 10%, а каждый третий (38% респондентов) — от 20% и выше.

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28 декабря 2017, 19:20

Исследование: текущий уровень доходов устраивает только 38% специалистов финсектора

В среднем каждый пятый (22% опрошенных компанией Hays сотрудников финансового сектора) ожидает, что его доход в 2018 году вырастет до 10%, а каждый третий (38% респондентов) — от 20% и выше.

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28 декабря 2017, 13:34

Thailand announces 2018 general election, many doubtful

2018 is shaping up to be a landmark year for Thailand. A new king will be crowned and the military government is planning to hold elections - signalling a return to democracy after a coup three years ago. In the first of our series looking ahead to some of the big stories of next year. Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from Udon Thani, northeast of Thailand, where many are doubtful the vote will go ahead. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/

27 декабря 2017, 20:56

The Guardian view on literary fiction: in need of support | Editorial

Stories should come from all parts of society – not just from the well heeled and the middle classLiterary fiction, you might think, is in wonderful health. Book festivals, from Edinburgh and Wigtown in Scotland, to Hay-on-Wye in Wales, to Cheltenham and Bath in England, are flourishing. There is certainly no shortage of people eager to become authors of literary fiction: creative writing courses have proliferated. The British, you could argue, are more at home tucked up with a decent novel than with any other artform. Britain is, after all, the country of Austen, the Brontës and Eliot; of Ian McEwan, Zadie Smith and Hilary Mantel.Look at the facts, though, and a more worrying picture emerges. It is well known that financing for the arts in Britain suffered a great blow after the global financial crisis: public funding for cultural organisations took a hit, the art market was severely knocked, and spending on theatre and concerts became impossible for many. A decade on there have been some signs of a recovery, albeit patchy and fragile. But this is not so for sales of literary fiction, which have not recovered from the recession. According to new research commissioned by Arts Council England, the problem affects literary fiction in particular. Genre fiction is doing better, dominating digital sales (the popularisation of the e-reader followed swiftly on the heels of the financial crisis; Amazon energetically promoted its Kindle for Christmas in 2010). The arrival of the smartphone, offering a game or the latest headlines as a tempting alternative to a paperback when one is stuck on a train or waiting for a bus, has had an impact. Meanwhile, pricing of literary fiction has remained flat, so the value of the overall market has shrunk. Continue reading...

27 декабря 2017, 13:00

Republicans Are Split Over What to Tackle Next

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With the GOP’s tax cut enacted, Paul Ryan wants another conservative push to overhaul the safety net, while Mitch McConnell sees bipartisanship in 2018.

26 декабря 2017, 01:37

Ashes 2017-18: Australia v England fourth Test, day one – as it happened

Australia end day one 244-3 after winning the tossDavid Warner smashes his 21st Test centuryTom Curran makes a promising debut for England 7.12am GMT Australia close day one of the Boxing Day Test on top. After winning a vital toss they had first use of a flat surface and made hay during the morning session with David Warner showing no mercy to England’s attack. With lunch taken at 102-0 a monster score looked in the offing but the game changed along with England’s planning and execution. Dry lines to Warner slowed the run-rate, earned the wicket of the skittish Cameron Bancroft, and began to drag the game in England’s direction. 7.01am GMT 89th over: Australia 244-3 (Smith 65, S Marsh 31) Despite 13 overs of spin and an extra half-hour, England will leave an over in the sheds. Umpires really need to up the ante on this and give paying customers the full compliment in the time allotted. Anyway, chunter over for now, Anderson extracts every ounce of energy to bowl six deliveries on a good length around off-stump to Smith. Each is either defended down the pitch or left alone. That’s yer lot. Continue reading...