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WASHINGTON (AP) — Some of Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock's current and previous employees will appear before a federal grand jury next month to answer questions about their old boss. They'll likely face a prosecutor with a tough, meticulous reputation.
Long-serving New Zealand cricketer Daniel Vettori called time on his international career Tuesday, saying the World Cup final against Australia was his last appearance for the Black Caps. "It was my last game for New Zealand so it was a lovely way to finish," the former captain told reporters as the team returned from Sunday's final to a heroes' welcome despite being beaten by seven wickets at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. "Obviously it would've been great to win but I'm really proud of everyone and the way we've gone about things the last six weeks." New Zealand Cricket added in a tweet: "Daniel Vettori officially announced he has played his last game for the @BLACKCAPS." The left-arm spinner, currently ranked as the 12th best ODI bowler in the world, took 15 wickets in the World Cup, the eighth best performance, including four for 18 against Afghanistan. The 36-year-old's announcement was no real surprise after an 18-year international career.