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Adelaide (Australia) (AFP) - Beleaguered England survived their first full day of resistance Sunday but the prospect of another heavy defeat loomed large heading into the final day of the second Ashes Test in Adelaide. At the close, England were fighting hard at 247 for six with Matt Prior on 31 and Stuart Broad not out 22. They trailed Australia by 284 runs. "We know it's not going to be easy, the boys at the lower end have troubled us in the past so we've got to come prepared, be switched on and give it to them early in the morning," Australia paceman Peter Siddle said.
CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) — He was with Nelson Mandela during all those years the anti-apartheid icon was imprisoned on Robben Island. And, like millions around the world, he has been hit hard by Mandela's death.