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From K J M VarmaBeijing, Mar 13 (PTI) President Xi Jinping today said China should have a military theory that is “up-to-date, pioneering and unique” to support its dynamic 2.3 million- strong armed forces, amid escalating tensions with the US over the strategic South China Sea.Greater efforts must be made to promote the innovation of Marxist military theory, Xi, also the chairman of the Central Military Commission, told a military delegation to the National Peoples Congress at its ongoing annual session.”A sound military theory is a key part of combat effectiveness. A strong army must have a sound theory as its guide,” Xi said.He ordered that China have a “military theory that is up-to-date, pioneering and unique” to support its strong and dynamic armed forces, state-run Xinhua news agency reported.He urged military academics to link theoretical research with military practice.His comments to have a strong military theory come in the backdrop of growing confrontation with the US over the disputed South China Sea where China is asserting its sovereignty.Beijings claims over almost all of South China Sea are disputed by the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei and Taiwan with counter-claims.China is also locked in a dispute with Japan over islands in the East China Sea.In his address today, Xi highlighted theoretical and technological innovation as the key to upgrade the countrys military and national defence.He asked the armed forces to fully implement the innovation-driven development strategy, place combat capacity at the centre of all their work, and step up theoretical and technological innovation.advertisementMilitary administration and high-calibre personnel were also identified as areas to be improved.The Peoples Liberation Army (PLA) should focus on priority areas in order to kickstart across-the-board innovation and make the military stronger, Xi said.He told PLA lawmakers that the 13th Five-Year Plan period (2016-2020) is crucial to Chinas national defence and military development, and urged the armed forces to uphold political integrity, reform and rule of law, and strengthen their military buildup and combat readiness.China this year increased its defence budget by 7.6 per cent to USD 146 billion.Xis remarks come in the wake of a major military overhaul that saw the launch of a General Command for the Army, the PLA Rocket Force and the PLA Strategic Support Force in December, and the regrouping of seven military area commands into five PLA theatre commands in February. PTI KJV SAI AKJ SAI read more
With medal hopes at stake, a scrappy India will have to lift their game by leaps and bounds when they take on arch-rivals Pakistan in the 25th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament in Ipoh on Tuesday, in what promises to be an intense encounter.Five-time winners of the tournament, India were bronze medalists last year and are eager to stay in medal contention.But the Sardar Singh-led side, which features several youngsters, will have to raise its game by many fold after surviving a torrid time against Canada on Sunday.India’s 3-1 victory over Canada has placed them third in the round-robin league standings with six points from three outings, while Pakistan have three points from as many matches. Pakistan’s lone win came against Canada by a similar margin.World champions Australia are leading the standings with a maximum nine points from three consecutive victories, while defending champions New Zealand are on eight points from four matches.The intense hockey rivalry between the two teams has always attracted immense interest. Despite slumping from their position as top hockey nations, an India-Pakistan encounter never fails to be a showstopper at any tournament.The silver jubilee edition of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup will see the spotlight focused on the sub-continental encounter even as World no 1 Australia take on title holders New Zealand in another fixture the same day.”The whole of India is waiting for the next game, but I keep telling the boys that this is just another game,” said India’s chief coach Roelant Oltmans.advertisement”We should maintain focus on our game just like in any other match. We have a tough schedule starting with the match against Pakistan,” said the Dutchman.Pakistan coach Khwaja Junaid, a former international, wants his players to display their skills and control the emotions when they play India tomorrow.”The match against India will be a turnover game,” said Junaid.”The team that manages to defend the counter-attacks better will have an edge. We are now trying to rebuild our squad. What is important is that we follow our game-strategy, play in a structure and show unity in the field,” he said. read more
Indian shuttlers P.V. Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth advanced to the quarter-finals, while Saina Nehwal, B. Sai Praneeth and the women’s doubles pair of Ashwini Ponnappa and N. Sikki Reddy suffered losses in the second round of the French Open World Superseries here on Thursday.Meanwhile, the young men’s doubles pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty defeated Denmark’s Mads Conrad-Petersen and Mads Pieler Kolding 22-20, 12-21, 21-19 in an hour to march into the last eight stage.Second seed Sindhu eased past Japanese Sayaka Takahashi 21-14, 21-13 in 39 minutes. In the quarter-finals on Friday, Rio Olympic silver medallist Sindhu will meet Chinese rising star Chen Yufei, who dismissed Indonesian Hanna Ramadini 21-17, 21-9.Men’s eighth seed Srikanth got past Hong Kong’s Wong Wing Ki Vincent 21-19, 21-17 in 37 minutes.However, London Olympics bronze medallist Saina lost to Japanese fifth seed Akane Yamaguchi 9-21, 21-23 in 39 minutes.It was 20-year-old Yamaguchi’s third consecutive win over 27-year-old Saina, who still leads the Japanese 3-1 in head-to-head records.Yamaguchi completely dominated Saina in the first match after opening up a 13-7 lead before winning it 21-9.Saina, however, fought valiantly in the second game. Yamaguchi started again strongly, holding a 7-3 lead. Saina kept trailing before managing to equalise at the 19-point mark before taking a 20-19 lead.However, the 2017 Asian Championships silver medallist quickly hit back and pulled level at the 20-point mark and took a 21-20 lead.Saina once again keptAherself in the reckoning, equalising at 21-21. But Yamaguchi stepped up her game to seal it 23-21.advertisementIn a men’s singles clash, Praneeth lost to Japanese qualifier Kenta Nishimoto 13-21, 17-21 in 44 minutes.In a women’s doubles match, Ashwini and Sikki lost to Japanese top seeds Misaki Matsumoto and Ayaka Takahashi 16-21, 14-21 in 38 minutes. read more
Rohit Sharma blasted 162 off 137 balls as India defeated West Indies by a record margin of 224 runs in the fourth ODI of the five-match series at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai on Monday.Rohit scored his 21st century in ODIs and seventh score of over 150 in the limited-overs format. He hit 20 fours and four sixes in his innings and with four maximums, he now has 198 sixes to his name and is currently second in the list of most sixes hit by Indians in ODIs. Rohit overtook a fellow Mumbaikar in Sachin Tendulkar on Monday. Tendulkar has 195 sixes from 463 ODIs for India.Every hit from the Rohit’s bat was cheered at his home city, and continued well into the West Indies’ chase.While fielding near the boundary ropes, he came near the fans in the stands who immediately started chanting his name. But the man that Rohit is, he turned around to point to the place where India is written on his jersey, so as to suggest that is what should be chanted.FEEL PROUD TO BE FAN OF RO-HITMAN SHARMA.RESPECT @ImRo45. pic.twitter.com/gbVFrvhGiyTEAM RO-HITMAN SHARMA (@HitmanPlanet__) October 30, 2018The vice-captain, in fact, starred in the field with three sharp catches at first slip. Rohit spoke about his slip catching at the presentation and revealed how hard he has been working on this aspect of his game.”I’ve been doing some slip-catching for a while. I can hear Virat (Kohli) laugh there. Been doing that for a while now. Good to get some catches, and it is important to hold those catches as there will be catches coming at you all the time.advertisement”Especially if you’re fielding in the slips for Kuldeep, it isn’t easy to read his hands. When you play him in the nets, it is easy to understand when he is going to bowl that googly and I got to be ready for it,” Rohit said.Team India skipper Virat Kohli too interacted with the crowd when the fans chanted his wife Anushka Sharma’s name. Kohli gave a thumbs up to the fans in between deliveries.Read – Thiruvananthapuram rolls out special welcome for Virat Kohli’s Team IndiaThe team reached Thiruvananthapuram on Tuesday afternoon and received a grand traditional welcome. Men in traditional garbs played the ‘Chenda’, the special drums used in ceremonies and occasions, to welcome the team.Thank you Thiruvananthapuram for this amazing welcome. #TeamIndia pic.twitter.com/eCsk4jEbXpBCCI (@BCCI) October 30, 2018India have played only one international match at the newly-built stadium in captal city of Kerala, a T20I against New Zealand last year. It became the 50th venue in the country to host an international cricket match, as India won by 6 runs to clinch the three-match series. ODI cricket returns to city after a span of 30 years and incidentally the last match also involved West Indies.Also Read – MS Dhoni faces the biggest test of his career as World Cup looms closerIndia and West Indies will play the fifth and final ODI on November 1 at the Greenfield International Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram. read more
Left-arm South African fast bowler Beuran Hendricks has signed with the Mumbai Indians as a replacement for the injured Alzarri Joseph for the remainder of the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL).Joseph picked up an injury during MI’s game against Rajasthan Royals on April 13. The West Indian pacer had hurt his right arm while trying to stop a boundary hit.Joseph was picked as a replacement for Adam Milne and went on to make a dramatic entry into the IPL with a record-breaking spell of six for 12 against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH).Three days later, the right-arm pacer hit the winning runs against Kings XI Punjab in his first home game. However, he bowled just two overs in that game, in which he conceded 22 runs, going wicketless. Joseph has featured in nine Tests and 16 ODIs for the West Indies so far.Hendricks comes in as a replacement, signing up with his second IPL franchise, having represented Kings XI Punjab in the past. The left-armer has played two ODIs and 10 T20Is for South Africa.Mumbai Indians will take on Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in their next encounter in Chennai on April 26.Also Read | MI crush SRH as debutant Alzarri Joseph records best ever bowling figure in IPL historyAlso Read | Sensational from Alzarri Joseph: Rohit in awe of record-breaking Mumbai Indians pacer read more
Transfers How Alexis went to war with Arsenal over transfer nightmare Chris Wheatley Arsenal correspondent Last updated 1 year ago 04:30 1/23/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(27) Getty Images Transfers Arsenal Manchester City Manchester United A. Sánchez Arsène Wenger Premier League Opinion The Chilean’s frustrations had boiled over into arguments with team-mates and his exit had been a long time coming On July 10, 2014, Arsenal announced the signing of 25-year-old Alexis Sanchez from Barcelona for a fee in the region of £35 million.In the same transfer window, Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas joined Chelsea for a combined £52m, while Luke Shaw became the most expensive teenager in the world when Manchester United paid Southampton £27m for his services.If Arsenal wanted value for money with their new Chilean maestro, they certainly got it. He played 166 games, scored 80 goals and racked up 46 assists. With those numbers, Alexis should be leaving Arsenal as a club legend, but the feeling is that his time in north London was unfulfilled. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player “I’m so happy to be joining a club which has a great manager, a fantastic squad of players and huge support around the world,” he said when he arrived four years ago. “I’m looking forward to playing in the Premier League and Champions League.”He won neither, though. While Sanchez lifted two FA Cups with the Gunners, his aim was to challenge for the biggest trophies and that is something Arsene Wenger’s side have failed to do over the past four years, culminating in last season’s dismal fifth-placed finish in the Premier League and subsequent demotion to the Europa League.Sanchez had wanted to leave Arsenal since the back end of last season and that manifested itself on the pitch with regular acts of frustration towards his team-mates.The forward was dropped for a game against Liverpool in March after storming out of an Arsenal training session in which he had been involved in a slanging match with some of his colleagues.Laurent Koscielny, who is also Arsenal’s vice-captain, was one of several players who called Sanchez out on his on-field shows of frustration, and it’s understood the two argued again after games against Burnley and Southampton this season.The 3-3 draw against Bournemouth last January saw Sanchez throw his gloves on to the floor and storm off down the tunnel, while Arsenal’s passionate away supporters have previously criticised him for failing to show his appreciation for the fans.Indeed, Goal published a video of Mesut Ozil after last season’s defeat against Chelsea which showed the German urging Sanchez and Nacho Monreal to salute the supporters while they were heading towards the tunnel at Stamford Bridge.A frustrated Mesut Özil after the game shouts at Alexis Sanchez and Nacho Monreal for not going over to the Arsenal away supporters. pic.twitter.com/XAx8TghCHn — Chris Wheatley (@ChrisWheatley_) February 4, 2017 “Legend”, proclaimed Sanchez when he was asked to describe Wenger in one word a season after joining the Gunners. The mutual respect between the two was partly behind Sanchez’s decision to join Arsenal and the Frenchman’s philosophy of backing his players had certainly never wavered when it came to his talismanic frontman.It emerged that over Christmas that a relaxed Sanchez travelled back to Chile, where he spent Christmas Day with his family – which meant a 14-hour flight just days before Arsenal’s match against Crystal Palace.Wenger denied that his player had visited his homeland over the festive period, but sources close to Sanchez had shown Goal photos of the trip which proved otherwise, confirming that his recent sighting in Paris was due to his connecting flight back to London being from the French capital.Wenger’s loyalty to his player was perhaps admirable but the unscheduled trip was a further sign of petulance from a player who knew his Arsenal exit was just weeks away.Indeed, his departure has long been inevitable. He even signed a contract with Manchester City on deadline day last summer but the document never made its way to the Football Association (FA) because of Arsenal’s failure to land Thomas Lemar as a replacement.Sanchez has cut an isolated figure throughout his four years at the club. The Chilean lives with his best friend – an Argentine former futsal player he has known since his time at River Plate – and prefers the company of his two golden Labradors Atom and Humber over meals out with his Arsenal team-mates.His girlfriend, Chilean actress Mayte Rodriguez, travels around the world and is mostly based in South America, which only adds to the isolation – something which Sanchez has no problem with. It’s this independence and determination to be the best which makes him the player he is today. From the rocky streets of Tocopilla to becoming one of the highest-paid players in world football, Sanchez has endeared himself to Arsenal fans over the past few years with not only his strike-rate but his work-rate, paying back his £35m transfer fee in goals and graft.Furthermore, while he will now strengthen a Premier League rival at Manchester United, there is a feeling that Wenger and the club are relieved to see the back of a player whose temperament and behaviour has long suggested that he no longer wanted to wear the badge he kissed as recently as pre-season.The break-up will hurt Arsenal more than it hurts Alexis but that is precisely why they are both now better off without one another. read more
After the completion of Game Two in each division, Australia has won two divisions with four divisions going to a decider.The 18’s Girls clenched their series at the early 8am timeslot, 8-2 victory. The future of Australian should continue to shine with the amount of talent on show.The 20’s Girls were pushed to their limit but the quality of players and experience enabled them to secure a narrow win.The 18’s Mixed got out to an early 3-0 lead and despite some tense moments, managed to hold on. Winger Elin Mortimer a standout, showing great speed and skill to hold onto the long balls thrown her way. The win means their last game will be live.The 18’s Boys will also move to a decider by reversing the result of Game 1.The 20’s Mixed controversially were scored on in the last 30 seconds of the game. They will have be at their best to beat the Kiwis in the third game. The 20’s Boys came back from an early 4-1 deficit. Greg Dillon showing great hands to hold onto mulitple bullet passes in the vacant link channel to score. Results:Australia 18G – 7 defeated New Zealand 18G – 2Australia 18X – 7 defeated New Zealand 18X – 6Australia 20G – 5 defeated New Zealand 20G – 4Australia 18B – 6 defeated New Zealand 18B – 5Australia 20B – 8 lost to New Zealand 20B – 9Australia 20X – 5 lost to New Zealand 20X – 6 read more
Hangama Amiri Jack Bishop Sarah Burwash Cathy Busby Gary Castle Melanie Colosimo David Diviney Garry Neill Kennedy Alex Livingston Don Pentz Brian Porter Ambera Wellmann D’Arcy Wilson Nova Scotians will have until Sept. 27 to view the latest art acquisitions to be included in the Nova Scotia Art Bank. New pieces from 13 artists were introduced at a reception held Tuesday, Sept. 16, at the Anna Leonowens Gallery of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Tony Ince, Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage helped introduce the artists and their art. “We are so lucky to have such a diverse arts and culture community in Nova Scotia,” said Mr. Ince. “Once again, we are pleased to be able to add more Nova Scotian arts and artists to the provincial art bank. Being selected by a peer jury is a great honour and the art work will be on display in provincial government offices for the enjoyment of guests and employees.” The artists are: Arts Nova Scotia manages the Art Bank program. “We are very pleased to welcome these 26 works by 13 Nova Scotian artists into the Art Bank collection,” said Christopher Shore, Arts Nova Scotia director. “The Art Bank program encompasses a number of key values of Arts Nova Scotia, specifically artistic excellence and encouraging access to, and engagement with, the arts for all Nova Scotians.” The Nova Scotia Art Bank has supported local artists for more than 30 years. Since 1975, works have been added annually, based on recommendations from a jury of artists. The collection has almost 1,800 pieces of art displayed in government offices throughout the province. Applications for the 2014-15 Art Bank Purchase Program will be accepted until Jan. 15. More information about the application process, artists and the latest additions to the art bank is available at http://www.artsns.ca/grants-awards/nova-scotia-art-bank . read more
Stocks slid again on Wall Street Wednesday, putting the market closer to its first monthly loss of the year.Traders fled health care, technology and other high-risk stocks in favour of the safety of bonds. The broad sell-off reflects growing anxiety among investors that the trade war between the U.S. and China will derail global economic growth as it drags on with no sign of a resolution.On Wednesday:The S&P 500 index fell 19.37 points, or 0.7%, to 2,783.02.The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 221.36 points, or 0.9%, to 25,126.41.The Nasdaq composite slid 60.04 points, or 0.8%, to 7,547.31.The Russell 2000 index of small companies dropped 14.07 points, or 0.9%, to 1,489.95.For the week:The S&P 500 is down 43.04 points, or 1.5%.The Dow is down 459.28 points, or 1.8%.The Nasdaq is down 89.70 points, or 1.2%.The Russell 2000 is down 24.16 points, or 1.6%.For the year:The S&P 500 is up 276.17 points, or 11%.The Dow is up 1,798.95 points, or 7.7%.The Nasdaq is up 912.03 points, or 13.7%.The Russell 2000 is up 141.39 points, or 10.5%.The Associated Press read more
AUSTIN, Texas — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is meeting in Austin with officials from Google, Twitter and Facebook to discuss ways of combatting extremism in light of the recent mass shooting in El Paso that reportedly targeted Mexicans.Officials from the FBI and state lawmakers are also taking part in Thursday’s roundtable discussion, which the Republican governor pitched as the first in a series of meetings focused on fighting hateful ideologies, domestic terrorism and cybersecurity threats.Authorities say the man accused of carrying out the Aug. 3 attack at a Walmart in El Paso that killed 22 people and wounded about two dozen others confessed afterward that he had been targeting Mexicans. Police also believe he posted an anti-immigrant screed online shortly before the attack.Abbott hasn’t proposed any new major gun control measures for gun-loving Texas.Gun-rights advocates held a small rally outside the Capitol before Thursday’s meeting.Clarice Silber, The Associated Press read more
“The ongoing conflict has affected tens of thousands of people who are in desperate need of help,” the WFP Head of Office in Ukraine, Giancarlo Stopponi, said, stressing that the agency urgently needs $35 million to continue to provide aid through June.“They are either trapped by the conflict or have fled their homes, thinking they would return in a few months and are now living in difficult conditions, especially in winter when temperatures are extremely low.“WFP is overcoming enormous operational challenges to deliver food assistance to the most vulnerable people – especially in harsh weather conditions,” he added, noting that the aid will target both non-Government-controlled and Government-controlled areas. It is estimated that more than 1.5 million people have been displaced in Ukraine since the beginning of the crisis in 2014.WFP will give priority to the most vulnerable and food insecure among internally displaced persons (IDPs), returnees and conflict-affected residents as well as female-headed households.It will provide food to those who are particularly vulnerable such as the elderly, the disabled and those unable to leave the conflict-affected areas of Donetsk and Luhansk, mostly in non-Government controlled areas and across the ‘contact line.’It will also continue to assist people with cash or vouchers, in relatively secure IDP-hosting communities in Government-controlled areas where the food supply is adequate and markets are functioning well. WFP also provides assistance to people living in hospitals or social institutions facing a dire financial situation, many of which are hosting IDPs.The agency has stepped up its activities in recent months. In November it increased aid to non-Government-controlled areas in eastern Ukraine, delivering food to areas of Luhansk for the first time in four months ago. read more
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THE FIRST POLL since the announcement of a same-sex marriage referendum has found that an overwhelming majority of voters support the proposal.The Red C poll carried out for Paddy Power found that 76 per cent of likely voters say that they support the introduction of same-sex marriage into the Irish Constitution, while 18 per cent say they oppose it. A total of 6.5 per cent of respondents are undecided.When undecided voters are removed support jumps to 81 per cent with 19 per cent against it.Support is high among women, with 85 per cent supporting same sex marriage, as well as people aged under 44 (87 per cent), Labour supporters (96 per cent) and Dubliners (83 per cent).Fianna Fáil supporters are most likely to oppose same sex marriage with 29 per cent saying they will not support it.The Government announced this week that a vote on whether to legalise same-sex marriage will be held in the first half of 2015. A number of other referendums will also be held on the same day following recommendations from the Constitutional Convention.The poll also look at the popularity of the parties and found Fine Gael has dropped 4 points while Independent/Others have risen by the same amount. The main coalition party has faced criticism in recent weeks over medical cards and property tax.When asked which political party they would give their first preference vote to if an election were called tomorrow, respondents chose:Fine Gael: 25 per cent (-4)Fianna Fáil: 24 per cent (+1)Sinn Féin: 16 per cent (-1)Labour: 9 per cent (=)Independent/others: 26 per centUndecided: 20 per cent (+2).A random sample of 1,004 adults were interviewed by telephone between 4-6 November for the poll.Read: Gay rights groups welcome marriage referendum plan, Catholic Bishops don’t > Column: Let’s see a vigorous, successful campaign for marriage equality > Read: Same-sex marriage vote to be one of a number of referendums to be held in 2015 > read more
In the mobile market at the moment one thing is very clear: Intel is not the preferred choice for processors like it is on the desktop. That crown falls to ARM which powers many on the smartphones in use today. The same looks set to be the case for tablet devices.Intel knows it is losing the battle for penetration in the mobile sector, but has been working to ensure it can grab some market share next year. New Atom chips are coming, and they are set to make it into tablets in the first half of next year.Paul Otellini, chief executive of Intel, has stated we can expect to see 35 tablet devices using an Intel processor in 2011. What manufacturers and operating systems will be run has not been announced, but Intel has has been working on an Android x86 solution, and has had Android running on an Atom chip in a phone. On the smartphone front it looks like it may take longer for Intel to compete with ARM as the second-generation Medfield chip won’t ship until 2012.Read more at ReutersMatthew’s OpinionThe one advantage Intel has when turning up late in a market is their size. The chip giant can afford to plough money into mobile chips for a couple of years just to make a small dent in the market and build from there. But it’s still going to be a struggle.Intel’s main partner on the desktop is not a major player in the mobile market at the moment. Windows Mobile 7 has only just been released, but it’s Android and iOS that are dominating. Only yesterday Google’s Andy Rubin tweeted that 300,000 Android phones are being activated every day. Each of those will likely carry an ARM processor, and yet we may be waiting until 2012 to see a chip from Intel that can compete.We also can’t forget that ARM isn’t sitting still and continues to develop new chip architectures. The company’s ability to produce low power, performance processors means it can always stay one step ahead of Intel due to the market penetration it already has. read more
8,523 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Tuesday 5 Mar 2019, 4:56 PM Image: PA Archive/PA Images Mar 5th 2019, 4:56 PM Short URL EVERY WEEKDAY EVENING, TheJournal.ie brings you the five biggest stories of the day.1. #DENIS O’BRIEN: The Supreme Court has ruled that the businessman’s privacy was not breached during a 2015 debate about the sale of Siteserv.2. #MR MOONLIGHT: Murder accused Pat Quirke told one of his farm hands he heard a rumour that Polish people were involved in the murder of DJ Bobby ‘Mr Moonlight’ Ryan.3. #FLIUCH: A status yellow rainfall warning has been issued for Munster and Leinster. The warning is due to kick in at 3pm today and remain in place until 6am tomorrow.4. #WATERFORD: The head of a volunteer group that will help refugees relocate to a Waterford town has said that locals do not want their wishes to be derailed by protesters from Dublin following a heated meeting last night. 5. #LONDON: The Met Police has launched an investigation after three small explosive devices were reported at three public transport locations in the UK capital this afternoon. No Comments https://jrnl.ie/4525222 Image: PA Archive/PA Images The 5 at 5: Tuesday Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock… Share1 Tweet Email By Cónal Thomas read more
The Mexican team had a disastrous second half and lost against Japanese side Kashima Antlers in the FIFA Club World CupMexican Club Deportivo Guadalajara found itself with a goal just three minutes after kicking-off the match against Japanese side Kashima Antlers in the 2018 FIFA Club World Cup.But a disastrous second half saw the team managed by Paraguayan Jose Cardozo lose control of the game and his squad ended up losing 3-2.“To tell you the truth, we were just 45 minutes away from glory, and I am responsible for this,” Cardozo told the press conference attended by Ronaldo.com“This always happens to us. After the second goal, we got desperate and lose tranquility. And if the team doesn’t have the ball is very difficult to play.”“I don’t want to say we caught sleeping on the second half, but we got desperate,” he added visibly angry about today’s result.Official: Barcelona agree deal for Japanese star Hiroki Abe Andrew Smyth – July 12, 2019 Barcelona have struck a deal with Kashima Antlers to sign the highly-rated Japanese star Hiroki Abe.“People have the right to be angry. We are very ashamed for what happened today.”“This is the biggest club in Mexico and the fans made the effort to come all the way over here. I’m ashamed after today. This defeat hurts a lot,” Cardozo ended up saying.#CWC2018: Get to know @Chivas – Club Deportivo Guadalajara is the only team in the Liga MX to feature only Mexican in its roster; will play in the @ClubWorldCups. pic.twitter.com/N8OoUk3cia— Ronaldo.com (@ronaldocomint) December 11, 2018 read more
Energy Town Meeting for Provo Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 22 Apr 2015 – Provo is the best island destination in the world according to the 2015 Trip Advisor Traveler’s Choice Awards. Up from the #2 spot last year… this is a popularity contest so hats off to everyone who has made and continues to make these global accolades a reality for one of the world’s smallest countries. Simply the best! New York Dancers share talent in TCI Related Items:provo, traveler’s choice award, tripadvisor Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Provo now No. 4 Island; Minister comments
(WSVN) – A pony on the run led police on a wild chase in Kiev, Ukraine.Officers surrounded the small horse as she roamed around the capital city.The pony made a run for it and escaped from a university after her harness broke.Police lured the pony by feeding her grass and leaves. She was then safely wrangled and returned to her handlers.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Newsweek‘s July 4 cover featuring a simulated Princess Di next to Kate Middleton as part of piece in which editor Tina Brown imagines the late princess at age 50 (an illustration of Diana holding an iPhone is part of the package) provoked critics who claimed the image was in poor taste but the issue also underperformed with advertisers just as Newsweek seemed to be gaining traction on the business side. The issue had just 13.8 ad pages, making it the weakest advertising issue for Newsweek since May 16, according to MagazineRadar, which points out that the low number is especially hurtful because it’s a double issue. Newsweek‘s last double issue (June 13) boasted 27.3 ad pages.While newsstand sales remain to be seen, the July 4 anchor comes just after Newsweek posted its most consistent advertising performance of the year in June, with an average of 24.5 ad pages per issue, according to MagazineRadar. read more