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He loves England – but mainly London. He has been there three or four times in the last 12 months A source close to the player told Express Sport: “He loves England – but mainly London. He has been there three or four times in the last 12 months. “He says there is always something about London. “The last time he kept ringing me up and begging me to join him because he loved it so much. “He kept saying ‘this place is amazing, this place is amazing’. He just loves London.” Neymar transfer: The PSG star would rather move to a club in London (Image: PokerStars) Neymar is unlikely to ever swap Paris for Manchester – because he is in love with London (Image: GETTY) Neymar arrived at PSG from Barcelona a year ago for £200million – the biggest transfer fee in history. He signed a contract which runs until 2022 but it’s believed Neymar will not see out his deal. The Brazilian, who flopped at the World Cup in Russia, isn’t against a move back to Spain and it seems more likely La Liga – and not the Prem – will be his next destination. Real Madrid showed an interest in the player this summer which prompted PSG to deny he was for sale.
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A third of the proceedings were for possession and purchase of narcotics As a result, they are unable to deport him to his country of origin. He reportedly lives on the streets of Frankfurt, a city in central Germany, according to Bild newspaper. High commissioner Ruedigar Buchta said: “A third of the proceedings were for possession and purchase of narcotics. “Some were for the fraudulent acquisition of services like fare dodging. “Added to this is assault, theft and robbery, and many offences against the Residence Act.” The man came to Germany in 1998 without a passport (Image: GETTY FILE) The unnamed migrant has been accused of a string of crimes (Image: GETTY FILE) He spoke an unknown language and refused to cooperate with the authorities as well as being deported. He was allegedly born in 1959 somewhere in North Africa but no country has shown any records of him. The only information German authorities have on him are his fingerprints but database searches have yielded no matches. Police have since had to release the man.
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Image caption The bombing of the police headquarters in 2011 is thought to be Nigeria’s first suicide attack Of course, we all know better now, what with the carnage the country has since witnessed over the past few years as Boko Haram attacks have intensified in northern Nigeria. The police headquarters bombing is now regarded as Nigeria’s first suicide bomb attack. A day after Mr Abass’ statement, another government agency published fresh information on the tremors. The National Space and Research Development Agency (NASRDA) assured Abuja residents that there was no cause for alarm, although confirming that an earthquake had indeed occurred. Agency head Seidu Mohammed said the magnitude was low and not worrying enough to warrant residents of the affected areas panicking and relocating elsewhere. “While government agencies have aired conflicting conjectures, many Nigerians, who tend to be deeply religious, have drawn their own conclusions” Measures would be put in place to monitor the earth’s movements so as to predict and prepare for any forthcoming disasters, he added. Not long afterwards, yet another government official widened speculation by announcing the suspension of mining and quarrying activities in Abuja. But Abubakar Bawa, minister of state for mines and steel development. emphasised that he was not concluding that “the tremors experienced may have anything to do with excavations around affected areas… until investigations are completed”.
The SAG-AFTRA strike, which takes effect immediately, means that guild actors will no longer be allowed to audition for commercials created by BBH, a division of the French advertising and public relations giant Publicis Groupe. SAG-AFTRA said its members may continue to work for other Publicis ad agencies, such as Saatchi & Saatchi and Leo Burnett, so long as they are signatories to the guild’s contract. “As SAG-AFTRA members, we must stand together in defense of our contracts, our rights and our ability to build a sustainable career,” the guild said in its announcement to members on Thursday . A representative of BBH didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. The strike is part of a larger SAG-AFTRA effort to raise awareness of the growing number of non-union commercial shoots . The guild has seen a rise in non-union shoots as the production of online commercials destined for YouTube and other sites flourishes and advertisers and agencies look for ways to save money on tighter budgets. The industry shift comes as more consumers embrace digital streaming options such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, which don’t have commercials, over traditional broadcast and cable TV. BBH announced its decision to withdraw from the guild’s contract in a message posted to its official U.S. site this month . The agency said that many of its competitors are not SAG-AFTRA signatories, which makes it harder to compete and meet client needs. The agency also said that the union contract was out of date for the digital age.
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That’s good for a price-to-earnings ratio of 120 — a sign of the huge faith Wall Street puts in Bezos to execute over time. “This is a company that has pioneered e-commerce and has visionary leadership — they’ve done an amazing job of dominating their niche and successfully expanding,” said James Angel, professor at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. “It could be irrational. It could be the market getting carried away. But the market usually knows more than I know.” For now, the rapid ascent is a validation of the growth-at-all-costs ethos that has defined Chief Executive Bezos’ vision. While the conversation around Apple has shifted from iPhones to sales of apps and music streaming subscriptions, Amazon has relentlessly expanded into new markets, from groceries to data centers. Amazon’s revenue is growing at a clip of more than 30%, more than twice the pace expected from Apple this year. Of course, Amazon is the younger of the two. It was founded in 1994, a good 18 years after Apple. In addition to slower growth, the maturity of Cupertino, Calif.-based Apple shows in its governance, which is bent on returning profits to shareholders. Apple has doled out more than $275 billion as dividends and buybacks since 2012.
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September 20, 2018 / 2:49 PM / Updated 8 hours ago At least 42 drowned in Lake Victoria ferry sinking, death toll could top 200: officials DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) – At least 42 people drowned when a ferry sank on Thursday in Tanzania’s Lake Victoria and government officials feared the final death toll could be more than 200, a senior local official said. Ukerewe District Commissioner Colonel Lucas Magembe told Reuters that the rescue mission to find survivors from the disaster had been halted until dawn on Friday with 42 people confirmed dead. Initial estimates showed that the MV Nyerere was carrying more than 300 people onboard. It went down in the afternoon just a few meters from the dock in Ukerewe district, according to national ferry services operator TEMESA said. But it was hard to establish the precise number of passengers on board since the person dispensing tickets had also drowned with the machine recording the data lost. TEMESA spokeswoman Theresia Mwami said the operator had carried out maintenance on the ferry in recent months, overhauling two engines. In 1996, a ferry disaster on Lake Victoria in the same region killed at least 500 people. In 2012, at least 145 people died in a ferry disaster in Tanzania’s semi-autonomous archipelago of Zanzibar in the Indian Ocean, on a vessel that was overcrowded. Reporting by Nuzulack Dausen; Additional reporting by George Obulutsa in Nairobi; Writing by Maggie Fick; Editing by Richard Balmforth
Maybe it was the chance to yell “Hey, Hah-vahd!” across the newsroom, as he regularly did, to the amusement of all, including me. But there was no better teacher than Doherty. He gave me room to run, but not too much room. He was patient with my mistakes. He teased, without ridiculing, which was his way of challenging. He complimented when warranted, gave guidance when needed. Some fellow reporters who took me under their wing did the same. When I left in April 1979 for The Cape Cod Times, where I spent two years before coming https://castelumalassane96.wordpress.com to The Providence Journal, I had completed a master’s-level course in my profession. Everything I learned during my brief time at The Transcript, another of the many newspapers that today are history, has served me well since. So thanks again, Rod, and my ex-colleagues.
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She deserves the respect of being addressed and treated as a whole person. Brett Kavanaugh appears before the Senate Judiciary Committee’s confirmation hearing.CreditTasos Katopodis/EPA, via Shutterstock Process is important, but it cannot erase the difficulty of testifying on national television about the sexual assault that Dr. Blasey says occurred when she was 15 years old. Nor will it negate the fact that as she sits before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Dr. Blasey will be outresourced. Encouraging letters from friends and strangers may help, but she cannot match the organized support that Judge Kavanaugh has. Since Dr. Blasey and Judge Kavanaugh have the same obligation to present the truth, this imbalance may not seem fair. But, as Judge Kavanaugh stands to gain the lifetime privilege of serving on the country’s highest court, he has the burden of persuasion.
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The organization backed off insisting that Russia accept the findings of an investigation by Richard McLaren that laid out evidence of a state-supported doping program in Sochi. Instead, WADA asked Russia to accept the less harsh findings on the government’s role in what is known as the Schmid report, produced by an International Olympic Committee commission. Pavel Kolobkov, Russia’s sports minister, said in a letter to WADA that his government accepted the findings of the Schmid report and agreed to turn over data and stored samples from Russian athletes. WADA’s president, Craig Reedie, said that the reinstatement came with “strict conditions” and that Russia could be ruled noncompliant again if it failed to follow a timeline for allowing access to Russian data and samples before Dec. 31. That data is crucial for adjudicating hundreds of possible cases of cheating from years ago. The decision brought renewed criticism of WADA, which had angered athletes and other antidoping officials by softening some of the demands it made of Russia. Travis Tygart, chief executive of the United States Anti-Doping Agency, called the decision “a devastating blow to the world’s clean athletes.” Mr. Tygart and other antidoping leaders and athletes critical of the decision said going back on the so-called “road map” for Russia’s reinstatement was akin to putting the desires of sports officials and a powerful nation above the rights of clean athletes. He vowed to use the decision to build momentum for a significant reformation of WADA so the organization does not include representatives from sports organizations. The world’s athletes “want a WADA with teeth, authority, sanctioning power and the determination to get the job done of cleaning up sport and restoring the trust of the billions of sports fans and athletes worldwide.” Richard Pound, the I.O.C.
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“One of our reporters went to a school where there was preppy boys who were misogynists. CASE CLOSED” https://t.co/MY4czHSwmj — Alex Griswold (@HashtagGriswold) September 20, 2018 Then he must be guilty. Skip the trial https://t.co/JXe5VWblPy — Andy Lancaster (@andylancaster) September 20, 2018 This is Alex Jones level smearing. Matter of fact, I think Alex is doing the exact same thing regarding Christine Ford & her school. Good job, @GregJaffe Hi @GregJaffe , how many sexual assaults did you commit in that environment? If you’re insinuating that this is evidence to support such an allegation, do you have something to confess? https://t.co/d9Sza0GKIb Oh I get it now. Since @GregJaffe assaulted girls in HS, everyone did. https://t.co/ZDOVsOa4ef — Ms. Velvet, The Handmaid’s Spy (@TMIWITW) September 20, 2018 Clearly we need to shut down Landon until we can figure out what’s going on.
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Washington Post: A killer disease can be cured This editorial appeared in the Washington Post. Tuberculosis remains the world’s most lethal infectious killer. It claims more lives than HIV/AIDS and malaria combined. TB is also a preventable, treatable, curable disease. Clearly there is an enormous gap here. World leaders are expected to address this chasm at the United Nations next week, and they must do more than give speeches. They need to act. Tuberculosis, an ancient malady, is caused by a bacillus, called mycobacterium tuberculosis, and is spread when people who are sick expel bacteria into the air, usually by coughing. Effective treatments have existed since the 1940s, alleviating in some parts of the world what was once a death sentence. A new report from the World Health Organization shows that in 2016, the global success rate of treatment was 82 percent; the incidence rate is declining; and the share of people with TB who die from it is down to 16 percent, compared with 23 percent in 2000. Yet even with this progress, the alarming fact is that millions of infected people remain undetected and untreated.
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