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International Olympic Committee have held crisis talks with WHO over coronavirus otubreak

International Olympic Committee have held crisis talks with World Health Organisation over coronavirus otubreak but plans for Tokyo 2020 are unchangedThe IOC have held crisis talks with WHO regarding the coronavirus outbreak Japan have 14 confirmed cases of the virus, with fears growing over Olympics IOC insisted in a statement that preparations for Tokyo 2020 are unchangedBy David Coverdale For Mailonline
Published: 23:03 GMT, 31 January 2020 | Updated: 23:04 GMT, 31 January 2020
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The International Olympic Committee have held crisis talks with the World Health Organisation about the coronavirus outbreak — but plans for Tokyo 2020 remain unchanged.
Japan have 14 confirmed cases of the killer virus and have warned residents against travelling to China, where the epidemic originated.
Fears have begun to grow about how the coronavirus may affect the Olympics, which begin in Tokyo in July.
The International Olympic Committee have held crisis talks with the World Health Organisation over the coronavirus otubreak
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But in a statement, the IOC said: ‘Preparations for Tokyo 2020 continue as planned. It is normal practice for the IOC to collaborate with all the main UN agencies, as necessary, in the lead-up to the Games and this naturally includes the WHO.’
The Tokyo Organising Committee added: ‘We have never discussed cancelling the games. Tokyo 2020 will continue to collaborate with the IOC and relevant organisations and will review any countermeasures that may be necessary.’
In a statement, the IOC said that: ‘Preparations for Tokyo 2020 continue as planned'
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Dylan Hartley’s guide to the England team against France in Six Nations clash

DYLAN HARTLEY'S GUIDE TO THE ENGLAND TEAM: George Furbank has gone from 'Academy Player A' to full international while Jonny May is determined to better himselfEngland will visit France in the opening match of the 2020 Six Nations campaign Owen Farrell is the talisman while No 8 Tom Curry will be crucial in defense Northampton Saints full-back George Furbank is set for a full international debut Sportsmail's Dylan Hartley gives his assessment of each of the England players By Dylan Hartley For The Daily Mail
Published: 22:37 GMT, 31 January 2020 | Updated: 22:37 GMT, 31 January 2020

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England face a daunting trip to France to open their 2020 Six Nations campaign just three months after Rugby World Cup final heartbreak against South Africa in Japan.
The team features many experienced players including captain Owen Farrell, lock Maro Itoje and Elliot Daly at full-back alongside fresh faces such as George Furbank and Charlie Ewels.
Sportsmail's Dylan Hartley gives a full guide to the England line-up in Paris.
England head coach Eddie Jones chose a mixture of experience and youth to play France
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15 GEORGE FURBANK
Nicknamed FB (for FurBank) or ‘Academy Player A’ as James Haskell referred to him when he was asked to name some of his new Northampton team-mates. Within a year, he’s gone from Academy Player A to England international. Well done Virgil (he studied Roman poetry). Great hair, great moustache, silky player.
Warning for him though: Eddie will have him on the George Ford biceps programme soon enough as his arms are noodle-like.
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The not-so-lucky country: Australians pay far more than foreigners for life’s necessities 

The not-so-lucky country: From groceries and beer to electricity, childcare and housing – how Australians pay far more than people in other countries for life's necessitiesAustralians are struggling with extortionate prices for daily household goodsSevere drought and bushfire conditions have pushed up prices for shoppersRental prices are up, as is the cost of groceries, childcare and energy billsEven enjoying a beer with mates is becoming out of reach as prices shoot up By Alisha Rouse For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 14:50 GMT, 31 January 2020 | Updated: 14:52 GMT, 31 January 2020

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Australians are struggling under the weight of pricey groceries, a surge in power costs and even extortionate beers, with life's necessities more expensive than ever – especially compared to other G20 countries.
Regularly paying more than Switzerland, Japan or America, families are straining to afford everyday goods – despite inflation of just 1.8 per cent.
Families have to cough up for some of the most expensive childcare on earth, and the priciest alcohol outside of Muslim-majority nations, according to analysis by Daily Mail Australia.
While economists expect prices to rise in countries with high inflation rates, costs of everyday items in Australia regular outstrip the rest of the world.
Australia has extortionate childcare costs of $1,804 a month, more than double that of China, Japan and Italy – and even more than America
WHY IS LIVING IN AUSTRALIA SO EXPENSIVE? Australia enjoys a relatively stable inflation rate of 1.8 per cent.
But campaigners say this is still out-stripping any increase in wages, leaving workers out of pocket at the end of the month.
To make matters worse, tough farming conditions caused by the droughts have seen an increase in the cost of groceries.
Farmers are finding it hard to meet the demand for goods, meaning the prices are increasing.
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Vietnamese restaurant bans Chinese customers and Italian music school blocks all East Asian students

Vietnamese restaurant bans Chinese customers and Italian music school blocks all East Asian students in 'racist' incidents as coronavirus is declared a global health emergencyRestaurant, in Vietnam, put up sign: 'Sorry, we can't accept Chinese customers'And Santa Cecilia conservatory, in Rome, has banned all East Asian nationalsInternal email says they must report submit to medical tests before re-admission By Luke Andrews For Mailonline
Published: 11:44 GMT, 31 January 2020 | Updated: 11:47 GMT, 31 January 2020

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A Vietnamese restaurant has banned Chinese customers and an Italian music school has told all its East Asian students not to attend class in 'racist' incidents as coronavirus is declared a global health emergency.
It comes as coronavirus spread to 24 countries this morning, with the United Kingdom being the latest to report two cases of the disease, and as many as 9,891 cases are reported worldwide.
There have been two cases in Italy, after two Chinese tourists visiting Rome tested positive for the virus, and four cases in Vietnam.
A restaurant in Vietnam put up this sign as coronavirus was declared a global health emergency. The shocking sign was pictured on social media
Santa Cecilia conservatory in Rome (pictured) told students from countries including China, South Korea and Japan not to attend classes following the coronavirus outbreak
A restaurant in Vietnam has put up a sign saying 'sorry, we can't accept Chinese customers', a shocking image posted online reveals.
A Twitter user shared the images with the caption: 'Things are getting a little out of hand in terms of fears of people from China and the coronavirus.'
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Italian music school accused of ‘racism’ after barring all East Asian students from classes

Italian music school accused of 'racism' after barring all East Asian students from classes due to the coronavirus outbreakSanta Cecilia conservatory, in Rome, has banned all East Asian nationalsInternal email says they must report submit to medical tests before re-admissionOne student has accused the school of 'racism' for the decisionBy Luke Andrews For Mailonline
Published: 10:36 GMT, 31 January 2020 | Updated: 10:37 GMT, 31 January 2020

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An Italian music school has been accused of 'racism' after it banned all East Asian students from attending classes.
Santa Cecilia conservatory, in Rome, told all 81 nationals from countries including China, South Korea and Japan not to attend class, irrespective of the last time they visited their home countries.
The decision has sparked a horrified outcry from students, who have rushed to the conservatory to demand answers.
There have been two cases of coronavirus reported in Italy after two Chinese tourists visiting Rome tested positive for the virus.
Santa Cecilia conservatory in Rome (pictured) told students from countries including China, South Korea and Japan not to attend classes following the coronavirus outbreak
An email sent to all staff by conservatory director Robert Guiliano reads, reports Italian newspaper La Reppublica: 'Dear colleagues and dear colleagues, because of the well-known events related to the Chinese epidemic, the lessons of the oriental students (Chinese, Korean, Japanese etc.) are suspended, as well as others who came from the countries concerned.
'The conservatory doctor will visit them all on Wednesday 5 February at 2.00 pm Only those who pass the visit can be readmitted to attendance.'
One shocked staff member said the director's message was 'insane' and that the music school has never had a doctor.
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Middle-aged adults who eat miso paste added to sushi and soups are 10% less likely to die young

Is THIS why the Japanese live longer? Middle-aged adults who regularly eat miso paste added to sushi and soups are 10% less likely to die young, study findsResearchers quizzed almost 100,000 people in Japan about their dietThose who ate fermented soy products were less likely to die over 15 yearsIt is likely because these products are high in fibre and potassium By Vanessa Chalmers Health Reporter For Mailonline
Published: 23:30 GMT, 29 January 2020 | Updated: 23:30 GMT, 29 January 2020

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Middle-aged adults who regularly eat miso paste added to sushi and soup may add years to life, according to Japanese researchers.
Almost 100,000 people in Japan were quizzed about their diet and then tracked for 15 years.
Those who ate trendy fermented soy products – such as miso and natto – were 10 per cent less likely to die an early death.
The researchers say this is likely to be because these products are high in beneficial compounds which help keep cholesterol stable, for example.
Soy products in general, such as vegan favourite tofu, did not have an effect on mortality.
Miso found in sushi and soup may add years to life, according to Japanese researchers
Miso, which means 'fermented beans', is a paste added to sushi, soups and salad dressings. Natto is a dish consisting of fermented soybeans which are sticky and stringy.
Recently, soy has been increasing in popularity particularly among vegetarians in Western societies who are searching for protein sources.
But Asian populations have typically eaten soy since ancient times.
People in Japan – who typically live up to 84 years in comparison to the UK's 81 years – often begin their day with a hot bowl of miso soup to kick start their digestion.
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Air passengers refuse to board the same plane with 16 tourists from Wuhan

Air passengers refuse to board the same plane with 16 tourists from Wuhan in five-hour stand-off 'after noticing them secretly taking anti-fever medicine in the airport'Drama occurred yesterday in Japan as the rivalling groups were going homeTourists in Wuhan were spotted 'shoving' pills into their mouths, it is reportedFearing of contracting coronavirus, the others wanted the airline to bar themThe Wuhan group were allowed to travel after Chinese diplomats intervenedDeath toll of the life-threatening infection has soared to at least 106 in ChinaJapan reported two new cases today, including one who had not been to Wuhan By Tracy You For Mailonline
Published: 12:33 GMT, 28 January 2020 | Updated: 12:40 GMT, 28 January 2020

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A group of air passengers from Shanghai have refused to board the same plane with tourists from Wuhan after allegedly noticing them secretly taking anti-fever medicine in the airport, according to reports.
The drama reportedly took place yesterday in Japan as the two rivalling groups were ready to go home from Chubu Centrair International Airport near the city of Nagoya.
It is said the protesting Shanghai travellers, around 70 of them, demanded the airline bar 16 Wuhan residents, fearing that they might spread the coronavirus to the others. The stand-off led to a five-hour delay to the two-hour flight.
The airport quarrel broke out when one middle-aged woman from Shanghai discovered a number of people sitting opposite to her in the airport lounge talking to each other in the Wuhan dialect, according to a blog written by Chinese journalist Xu Jingbo, citing sources
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How are England’s Under-17 World Cup winners from 2017 getting on? 

Jadon Sancho, Phil Foden and Callum Hudson-Odoi have excelled at the highest level while one of the starters doesn't have a club and others have been shipped out across Europe… here's how England's Under 17 World Cup winners from 2017 are getting onEngland's Young Lions memorably won the Under 17 World Cup in India in 2017Jadon Sancho has gone on to become one of world football's hottest propertiesCallum Hudson-Odoi and Phil Foden are now regulars for Chelsea and Man CityOthers like Rhian Brewster and Conor Gallagher are currently out on loanSome players are in the under-23 teams at Premier League clubs By Adam Shergold for MailOnline
Published: 22:34 GMT, 27 January 2020 | Updated: 22:34 GMT, 27 January 2020

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Jadon Sancho, Callum Hudson-Odoi and Phil Foden are three young Englishmen enjoying excellent seasons for their clubs.
What they have in common is that all three were part of the England squad that won the FIFA Under 17 World Cup during a memorable tournament in India back in 2017.
After topping a group that contained Iraq, Mexico and Chile with three wins from three, Steve Cooper's Young Lions beat Japan on penalties in the last-16 before thrashing the United States 4-1 in the quarter-finals.
England won the FIFA Under 17 World Cup with a talented squad in India back in 2017
The Young Lions celebrate their 5-2 victory over Spain in the final in Kolkata in October 2017
Phil Foden celebrates scoring the second of his two goals in am amazing final fightback
There then followed a memorable semi-final in which Rhian Brewster netted a hat-trick in a 3-1 win over Brazil, before a thrilling final in Kolkata.
England trailed Spain 2-0 after half-an-hour and all seemed lost, but they staged an incredible fightback to win 5-2, with goals from Brewster, Morgan Gibbs White, Foden (2) and Marc Guehi.
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Coco Gauff pays tribute to Kobe Bryant with pink ‘Mamba Mentality’ sneakers at Australian Open

'I know he's looking down on us right now': Teen tennis champ Coco Gauff pays tribute to Kobe Bryant with pink 'Mamba Mentality' sneakers at Australian OpenThe 15-year-old played alongside Caty McNally, 18, in the third round of the Women's Doubles tournament todayBoth decorated their sneakers in memory of Kobe, who died along with his 13-year-old daughter in a helicopter crash on SundayCoco wrote 'Rip Kobe' and 'Rip Gigi' on her pink New Balance shoesThey also held up his jersey numbers with their fingers after their win Coco said they were 'heartbroken' and 'looked up to him'By Carly Stern For Dailymail.com
Published: 17:02 GMT, 27 January 2020 | Updated: 17:02 GMT, 27 January 2020

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US teen tennis champ Coco Gauff paid tribute to Kobe Bryant at the Australian Open today by customizing her shoes with a message about the basketball legend, who died along with his 13-year-old daughter in a helicopter crash on Sunday.
The 15-year-old athlete played alongside Caty McNally, 18, in the third round of the Women's Doubles tournament today, winning the match against Japan's Shuko Aoyama and Ena Shibahara.
The two dedicated their win to Kobe and even drew wrote tribute messages to him in permanent marker on their shoes.
Missed: US teen tennis champ Coco Gauff paid tribute to Kobe Bryant at the Australian Open today by customizing her shoes with a message about the basketball legend
Champs: The 15-year-old athlete played alongside Caty McNally, 18, in the third round of the Women's Doubles tournament today, winning the match
Message: She also flashes two fingers on one hand and four on the other, for his number 24
Gauff wore a pair of bright pink New Balance shoes for the game, but before heading out on the court, she scribbled a heartfelt message in blank ink.
Remembering both Kobe and his daughter, she wrote 'Rip Kobe and 'Rip Gigi,' the numbers..

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Wall Street stocks tumble with Dow and S&P experiencing worst daily drops in months amid coronavirus

Wall Street stocks tumble as the Dow drops 420 points in one day – the worst in months – as growing concerns for the coronavirus outbreak hit travelMajor US indexes fell more than 1% Monday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropping 420 points Hotels, airlines and other travel and tourism companies fell the most Oil dropped more than 2%, while gold roseBonds rose and the yield on the 10-year Treasury fell to 1.61% Chinese authorities reported 2,744 people sickened and 81 killed by the new virus first found in the central Chinese city of Wuhan Investors are in a 'sell first, ask questions later situation,' managing director of global markets research at FTSE Russell saidBy Associated Press
Published: 16:11 GMT, 27 January 2020 | Updated: 16:11 GMT, 27 January 2020

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Stock tumbled at the open on Wall Street, with the Dow down 420, following a sell-off in markets in Europe and Japan as investors grow more concerned about the potential economic impact of an outbreak of a deadly coronavirus.
Chinese authorities reported 2,744 people sickened and 81 killed by the new virus first found in the central Chinese city of Wuhan. Sunday saw the fifth person in the US killed by the outbreak.
It was affecting hotels, airlines and other travel and tourism companies which fell the most Monday when it was reported every major U.S. index gave up a significant amount of their gains for January and bond yields moved lower as investors headed for safer holdings.
Oil dropped more than 2%, while gold rose. Bonds rose and the yield on the 10-year Treasury fell to 1.615%.
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Incredible moment a British Paralympian swimmer takes her first steps wearing a robotic exoskeleton

Incredible moment a British Paralympian swimmer with cerebral palsy stands up and takes her first steps wearing a robotic exoskeletonGrace Harvey, 21, tried out the robotic suit made at Japan's Suzuka UniversityThe swimmer is the British number one in the 100 metre (328 feet) backstrokeFootage shows Ms Harvey smiling as she takes her first tentative steps forwardParalympic Suzanna Hext also walked in the suit for the first time since 2012By Ian Randall For Mailonline
Published: 16:04 GMT, 27 January 2020 | Updated: 16:05 GMT, 27 January 2020

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Incredible footage shows the moment a British Paralympian swimmer with cerebral palsy stands up and takes her first steps wearing a robotic exoskeleton.
Grace Harvey, 21, was able to take the special walk with the help of state-of-the-art technology developed in Japan — giving her a day she will never forget.
In the video, the swimmer from Ware, Hertfordshire, smiled nervously as she took her ‘first’ tentative steps.
She went on to giggle when a bystander said 'You’re running, Grace.'
Swimmer Ms Harvey holds the European record for the 200 metre (656 feet) Individual Medley and is presently the British number one in the 100 metre (328 feet) backstroke event.
She is currently training in the city of Suzuka, Japan, ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics in August.
As part of her trip, she was given the opportunity to try out a robotic suit at Suzuka University — which enabled her to ‘walk’.
Ms Harvey, who has cerebral palsy and began swimming as part of her physiotherapy, posted a video of the 'amazing' experience on Twitter.
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World shares dip as concerns grow about the coronavirus

World share prices dip to their lowest in two weeks as worries grow about the economic impact of coronavirus The death toll from the coronavirus outbreak in China rose to 81 on Monday Today, global shares dropped to 0.6 per cent, the lowest since January 9 China has warned that the virus could be poised to spread to more countries By Ryan Fahey For Mailonline
Published: 13:58 GMT, 27 January 2020 | Updated: 13:59 GMT, 27 January 2020

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World shares slipped to their lowest in two weeks on Monday as worries grew about the economic impact of China's spreading coronavirus, with demand spiking for safe-haven assets such as Japanese yen and Treasury notes.
The death toll from the coronavirus outbreak in China rose to 81 and the virus spread to more than 10 countries, including France, Japan and the United States. Some health experts questioned whether China can contain the epidemic.
By midday in London, MSCI's All-Country World Index , which tracks shares across 47 countries, was down 0.6 per cent to its lowest since 9 January.
The coronavirus has killed 81, infected some 2,800 and spread to 14 other nations and regions. In the picture above, children wearing face masks cross a road in Hong Kong today
In Europe, stock markets slumped at the start of trading, tracking their counterparts in Asia. The pan-European STOXX 600 index fell two per cent to its lowest level since 6 January, and the Euro Stoxx 50 volatility index jumped to its highest level since December.
'The coronavirus is an economic and financial shock. The extent of that shock still needs to be assessed, but it could provide the spark for an arguably long-overdue adjustment in the capital markets,' Marc Chandler, chief market strategist at Bannockburn Securities, told clients.
In Asia, Japan's Nikkei average slid two per cent, the biggest one-day fall in five months. A Tokyo-listed China proxy, ChinaAMC CSI 300 index ETF, fell 2.2 per cent. Many markets in A..

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Fishermen in Japan’s ‘killing cove’ hauling bleeding animals from sea to sell

The dolphins being stolen to ORDER: Horrific footage shows fishermen in Japan's 'killing cove' hauling bleeding animals from sea to sell for £190,000 to tourist resorts or for their MEATWARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Fishermen are seen hauling dolphins in a net over the boat in Taiji cove in JapanDolphins are seen struggling and the sea turns red as mammal beat against rockTUI is the only British travel giant to offer a 'dolphin experience' holiday packageDolphin Project campaigners filmed the heartbreaking footage of the mammals By Emily Webber For Mailonline
Published: 11:36 GMT, 26 January 2020 | Updated: 11:38 GMT, 26 January 2020

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This is the horrifying moment dolphins are mercilessly snatched from the wild in Japan to entertain tourists.
Heartbreaking footage filmed in Taiji, known as the 'killing cove', shows fishermen hauling a net with dolphins onto a boat as the mammals fight to escape.
A second clip shows divers wrestling with a dolphin in the cove while it smashes its tail against the water in distress.
Fishermen in Taiji cove, Japan, haul a net full of dolphins onto the boat as divers assist below
Dolphin Project campaigners on clifftops captured the moment the dolphins struggle in the nets
The video, filmed by Dolphin Project campaigners, also shows the sea stained with blood as the mammal is battered against the razor-sharp rocks.
Travel giant TUI are believed to be the only British travel giant to offer a 'dolphin experience' holiday package.
British-based campaign group Dolphin Freedom UK is urging the travel agent to cut ties with SeaWorld and similar venues.
The sea turns red with blood as a distressed dolphin smashes against the razor-sharp rocks
A dolphin smashes against the rocks after it is driven into the nets causing it to beat its tail against the waves
A diver wrestles with a dolphin as it tries to escape a net. If a dolphin is 'lucky' it is sold by f..

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NIK SIMON’S GAIN LINE: Saracens rivals hold out over loan deals after relegation to the Championship

NIK SIMON'S GAIN LINE: Saracens rivals hold out over loan deals after relegation to the ChampionshipSaracens are looking to send a number of players on loan next season They also face tough decisions about Richard Wigglesworth and Brad Barritt Jones lost his cool over suggestions that players find his training camps 'grim'By Nik Simon For The Mail On Sunday
Published: 22:30 GMT, 25 January 2020 | Updated: 22:30 GMT, 25 January 2020

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A negotiation stand-off has surfaced between Saracens and Premiership rivals as the relegated club thrash out the future of their players.
Saracens are looking to send a number of players on loan but potential suitors are dragging their feet and insisting on permanent deals.
Gain Line can reveal the following players have received interest: Ben Spencer from Bath and Exeter; Alex Lozowski (Gloucester and Sale); Nick Isiekwe (Harlequins); Max Malins (Exeter); Nick Tompkins (Ospreys); Matt Gallagher (Munster); Rhys Carre (Cardiff); George Kruis (Japan); Jack Singleton (Leicester).
Saracens are looking to send a number of players on loan including back Alex Lozowski
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Saracens also face tough decisions about the future of Richard Wigglesworth and Brad Barritt, who are both out of contract this summer.
Owen Farrell and Maro Itoje are set to stay put on semi-sabbaticals. Foreign stars such as Will Skelton and Vincent Koch, however, are more likely to leave the club on a permanent basis.
England head coach hits out over grim claimEddie Jones lost his cool at this week’s Six Nations launch over suggestions that players find his training camps ‘grim’.
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Chinese farmers create amazing 3D paintings in paddy fields… including images of Godzilla 

Rice imitating art! Chinese farmers create amazing 3D paintings in paddy fields… including images of warriors, prostitutes and even GodzillaHistorical figures have sprung up across rice fields in the rural village of Inakadate, Aomori, JapanThe murals require no ink and are created by planting different coloured rice plants in the fieldsThese 3D intricate works cover 15,000 square metres of paddy fields and can only be seen above ground levelBy Phoebe Eckersley For Mailonline
Published: 11:51 GMT, 25 January 2020 | Updated: 11:51 GMT, 25 January 2020

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Advertisement Historical figures including Marilyn Monroe in her white billowing dress and a menacing Godzilla have sprung up across rice fields in Japan.
The crop art requires no ink or dye and is instead created by planting different coloured rice plants in the fields.
These then grow into incredibly detailed 3D masterpieces in the rural village of Inakadate, Aomori, Japan.
In the breathtaking display, spectators can see a depiction of a luring Japanese oiron prostitute, in the field next to Monroe and the iconic Manhattan skyline.
The murals cover 15,000 square metres of paddy fields. From ground level, the designs are invisible, and viewers have to climb the mock castle tower of the village office to get a glimpse of the work.
Xibo farmers painstakingly plant the intricate figures as part of an annual tradition.
More than 150,000 visitors come to the small village, where just 8,700 people live, every summer to see the extraordinary murals.
The rice paddy art dates back to 1993 when Mt. Iwaki was illustrated with purple and yellow rice plants.
A rice field depicts Marilyn Monroe in her billowing white dress in her cult classic The Seven Year Itch. Adjacent to the Hollywood star, is a depiction of an oiron, a female considered a prostitute in Japan
Spectators might get the fright of their life as they stumble across a 3D Godzilla masterpiece in the rice fields in the rural village..

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Sweet shop in Japan BANS Chinese people over fears they could be carrying deadly coronavirus

Sweet shop in Japan BANS Chinese people over fears they could be carrying deadly coronavirusSweet shop in Hakone in the Kanagawa prefecture displayed the sign outside It read 'no Chinese allowed in the shop' and 'Chinese are banned from entering'Owner, not been named, wrote he would 'hate to have the virus scattered about' Comes as the popular holiday destination confirmed its second coronavirus caseBy Jemma Carr For Mailonline
Published: 10:00 GMT, 25 January 2020 | Updated: 10:01 GMT, 25 January 2020

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A Japanese sweet-shop owner has banned Chinese tourists from his store because he wants to 'protect himself against the coronavirus'.
The sign with the heading 'no Chinese allowed in the shop' was put up outside the confectionery store in Hakone in the Kanagawa prefecture.
This comes as Japan – a popular holiday destination for Chinese tourists for the lunar new year – confirmed its second case of the coronavirus.
A Japanese sweet-shop owner – in Hakone in the Kanagawa prefecture – has banned Chinese tourists from his store because he wants to 'protect himself against the coronavirus'
China has gone into lockdown today and authorities and businesses are scrambling to shut tourist attractions and public transport systems across the country in a bid to stop the spread of the deadly new virus. Two cases have been confirmed in Japan
The sign also says that 'Chinese are banned from entering' because the owner would 'hate to have the virus scattered about (here).'
WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF THE CORONAVIRUS? Once someone has caught the virus it may take between two and 14 days for them to show any symptoms.
If and when they do, typical signs include:
a runny nosea coughsore throatfever (high temperature)The vast majority of patients – at least 97 per cent, based on available data – will recover from these without any issues or medical help.
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Sega app lets players control a claw machine in Japan to win prizes that are delivered to their home

Sega app lets users win prizes from a real claw machine in Japan that are then delivered to their home for FREEThe app lets users control a claw machine in Japan Prizes grabbed by the claw are delivered to their doorstep for freeSega Catchers costs money and can be played by buying 'Sega Points'Each game costs about $2 and involves only two moves of the claw By James Pero For Dailymail.com
Published: 23:03 GMT, 24 January 2020 | Updated: 23:04 GMT, 24 January 2020

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A new app from Sega is blending the nostalgia of old-school arcades with the convenience of mobile gaming.
In a new app called Sega Catcher Online, users are able to control a real-life claw machine in Japan, by watching a live video feed and entering commands from their phone.
Players are granted just two movements – forward and then either left or right – before the claw is dropped and their fate is sealed.
Sega Catcher app lets users control a claw machine in Japan. Prizes, or at least on per week, are delivered to their doorstep for free
To sweeten the deal, prizes, which include that are grabbed in the game will actually be delivered to winners' doorsteps free-of-charge.
Since the merchandise is coming from Japan, Sega says players will have to wait about a week to receive any prizes they win in their efforts.
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Players are also given only one free delivery per week, but additional deliveries can be purchased with the requisite amount of points.
Prizes vary but may include everything from tote bags to plush dolls of beloved Nintendo characters like Kirby, artwork, and more.
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Jurgen Klopp lavishes praise on Liverpool new boy Takumi Minamino after Wolves win

'He was fighting like crazy… he's exactly the player we expected and now he's ours': Jurgen Klopp lavishes praise on Liverpool new boy Takumi Minamino after Japan star makes Premier League debut in Wolves winTakumi Minamino came off the bench to make his Liverpool debut at WolvesThe Japanese star replaced injured Sadio Mane and helped his side to victoryJurgen Klopp has heaped praise on the maiden efforts of the 25-year-oldMinamino adapted quickly to Liverpool's high-intensity, pressing style of playREAD: Match report as Roberto Firmino's last gasp strikes seal win at Wolves By Danny Gallagher For Mailonline
Published: 14:04 GMT, 24 January 2020 | Updated: 14:05 GMT, 24 January 2020

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Jurgen Klopp has outlined how thrilled he was with the first Premier League showing of January signing Takumi Minamino, following the 25-year-old's substitute appearance against Wolves.
Minamino was thrust into the action at short notice, after coming onto the field to replace the injured Sadio Mane, whose extent of hamstring concern is yet to be revealed.
Japan international Minamino was tasked with quickly adapting to Liverpool's high-intensity, heavy pressing style of play. For Klopp, the performance he saw from the former Salzburg man ticked every box.
Jurgen Klopp has lavished praise on Takumi Minamino following his Premier League debut
Klopp had to throw the playmaker into the action following an injury to Sadio Mane
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Speaking during his FA Cup press conference on Friday, prior to Liverpool's clash with Shrewsbury, Klopp listed the highlights of Minamino's..

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Maro Itoje admits he still can’t process England’s World Cup final defeat

Maro Itoje admits he still can't process England's horror Rugby World Cup final defeat as he vows Saracens salary cap scandal will NOT impact Eddie Jones' men at the Six NationsEngland ace Maro Itoje admits he is still not over the Rugby World Cup final lossThe Saracens star was crucial for England in Japan before they just fell shortItoje is once again in the England squad for the upcoming Six Nations campaignHe believes the Saracens salary cap scandal will not impact Eddie Jones' squad By Max Winters For Mailonline
Published: 08:27 GMT, 23 January 2020 | Updated: 08:27 GMT, 23 January 2020

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England star Maro Itoje has admitted he still hasn't fully recovered from the crushing defeat in last year's Rugby World Cup final.
The Saracens forward was a key man for Eddie Jones' side as they beat New Zealand in the semi-finals before losing to South Africa in the final in Japan.
Itoje is part of the England squad for the upcoming Six Nations campaign but admits he is still struggling to get over that disappointment back in November.
England and Saracens star Maro Itoje is still trying to get over the Rugby World Cup final loss
Itoje looks dejected after the final defeat by South Africa in Yokohama back in November
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Speaking in the latest edition of Mr Porter's weekly digital magazine, Itoje said: 'By a country mile, it was the toughest experience I have ever had.
'Have I fully processed it yet? I don't know. I think it's one of those things that you have to try to learn from and move on.
'We have a team that's hopefully going to stay together f..

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Plane full of passengers from coronavirus epicentre in China lands in Sydney

Plane full of passengers from coronavirus epicentre lands in Sydney as death toll soars to 17 and China prepares to QUARANTINE entire city of 11m peopleLast month doctors began seeing the new virus in people who got sick in China From Thursday, biosecurity staff will screen passengers from Wuhan to Sydney There are 3 direct flights from Wuhan to Sydney per week, landing at 11.35am By Charlie Moore For Daily Mail Australia and Australian Associated Press
Published: 01:07 GMT, 23 January 2020 | Updated: 01:12 GMT, 23 January 2020

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A plane carrying hundreds of passengers from the coronavirus epicentre in China has landed in Sydney.
The three flights the city receives from Wuhan each week will be closely monitored, starting on Thursday, when biosecurity staff at Sydney Airport will assess any arrivals who feel unwell.
A number of Australians have been tested for the virus which has led to 17 deaths from about 524 cases in China. Cases have also been confirmed in Japan, Thailand and South Korea.
The Chinese city of Wuhan was placed under quarantine on Thursday in an effort to stop the spread of the killer coronavirus believed to have originated there
Biosecurity measures have been ramped up for flights arriving into Australia from China and Wuhan in particular.
The Chinese city of Wuhan was placed under quarantine on Thursday in an effort to stop the spread of the killer coronavirus believed to have originated there.
No one will be allowed to enter or leave Wuhan, a city of 11 million in China's Hubei province, as one of the country's busiest travel seasons surrounding the Lunar New Year kicks off.
A patient is transferred by an ambulance to the Infectious Disease Centre of Princess Margaret Hospital on January 22, in Hong Kong, China
A flight from the Chinese city of Xian via Wuhan is due to arrive at 11.35am on Thursday.
The crack team will include four NSW Health doctors and nurses experienced in public health and infection c..

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