January 23, 2018

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Rooney not included for Europa trip to Anderlecht

After walking out on United on a free transfer as an 18-year-old in 2012, Pogba won four successive Serie A titles and reached a Champions League final, but the English game is harder because it is more competitive and unpredictable. Turkish league leaders Besiktas visit Parc OL in the first leg of their tie, but the visitors will be without injured Portugal global Ricardo Quaresma while Vincent Aboubakar - scorer of Cameroon's winning goal in this year's Africa Cup of Nations final - is ... Read More »

Despite Win, Kan. Election Outcome Seen as Warning to GOP


Estes carried Sumner County by 27 points on Tuesday. He said the results show Democrats that, "You fight". "But they vote straight-line Republican", she said. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee put few resources into the Kansas race, but claims a significant field operation in the Georgia campaign, with more than 70 paid staffers and a volunteer force of 2,000 or so. Read More »

Stocks Are Hot-Wells Fargo & Co (NYSE:WFC), Southern Co (NYSE:SO)

Wells Fargo & Co's consensus price target is around $59.07 a share. Instinet reissued a "buy" rating and issued a $51.00 target price on shares of Wells Fargo & Co in a research note on Wednesday, January 11th. The shares were sold at an average price of $59.02, for a total transaction of $6,946,890.08. Several large investors have recently bought and sold shares of WFC . Read More »

Hungary should talk with Soros-founded school


Orban's plans for what he calls an "illiberal state" - he said in 2014 that the 2008 financial crisis showed that liberal democracies "can't remain globally competitive", and praised Russian Federation and China as nations to emulate - contrast with Soros' "open society" ideal. Read More »

Manufacturing sector output for February 2017 down 2%


Index of Industrial Production had recorded a 3.3 per cent growth in January, the data showed. Euro area industrial production registered an unexpected decline in February as energy output shrank rapidly, leaving economists a tad divided on the outlook. Read More »

Celebrate Holy Week at John Street church


Holy Week events at the First Congregational Church begins on Thursday evening, April 13 , at 8:00 p.m., with a service recalling the Last Supper of Jesus with his disciples. Also participating in the service will be St. John Lutheran Church and Restoration Fellowship Church. 16 at 7 a.m., Easter worship and communion April 16 at 10 a.m. Read More »

Ecuador's Lenín Moreno wins election, rival alleges fraud

No official victor has yet been declared. Presidential candidate Guillermo Lasso speaks during a rally outside the National Electoral Council in Quito , Ecuador, Monday, April 3, 2017. But Lasso, who earlier had claimed victory based on three exit polls showing him winning by as many as 6 points, said he would seek a recount. The National Electoral Council declared Moreno the victor by 51 percent, just minutes after another organization had said the race was a technical tie with both ... Read More »

Senate confirms Trump pick Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court


The justices will meet privately on Thursday to accept or reject cases for next term - among them: a petition from gun-rights activists asking the court to find for the first time that the Second Amendment right to keep a gun for self-defense extends to carrying firearms outside the home. Read More »

Israel shuts Egypt border crossing following terror warning


The Prime Minister's Office announced the move in a statement that cited "the intensifying activities" of Islamic State-affiliated terrorists in the Sinai region in recent months. "In light of the gravity of the threat, the anti-terror bureau advises Israelis now in the Sinai to leave immediately and return to Israel ". The weeklong festival is widely celebrated in Israel even among otherwise nonreligious Jews. Read More »

Swedish store hit by truck regrets 'damaged goods' promotion


He was given four weeks to leave the country in December but could not be located because he had given police a wrong address . The suspect ignored the notification and his case was transferred to the police to execute the deportation order, but the man " went underground ". Read More »

Who are Egypt's Coptic Christians?

The blast in Egypt's second largest city, which killed 17 including 7 police officers, came hours after a bomb struck a Coptic church in Tanta, a nearby city in the Nile Delta, that took the lives of 28 and wounded almost 80. "They see them as infidels", he said. The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the bombings. "Ever since Egyptian security forces cleared Sinai's northeastern Jabal al-Halal region of terrorists [in February], they have been able to focus their efforts on ... Read More »

Lewis Hamilton anticipates respectable battle with Sebastian Vettel for F1 title


Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen of Finland arrives at the paddock before the third practice session for the Chinese Formula One Grand Prix at the Shanghai International Circuit in Shanghai , China, Saturday, April 8, 2017. His Ferrari team pulled him into the pits to change to slick tyres on just the second lap following the deployment of the virtual safety vehicle as Lance Stroll was punted out of the race by Sergio Perez. Read More »

Nikki Haley Changes Course: Removal of Syria's Assad Now US Priority


Haley's words, however, came a day after she said Washington was ready to take additional action after a United States cruise missile attack on a Syrian air base in Homs. Tillerson insisted he had no concerns about possible Russian retaliation after the U.S. attack on the airbase. "It's important that we keep our priorities straight", said Tillerson. Read More »

Blast outside military base in Mogadishu kills four

President Donald Trump's administration granted the U.S. military broader authority to carry out air strikes in Somalia, said tackling the al Shabaab insurgency was his top priority. A auto bomb blast on Wednesday at a Mogadishu restaurant killed at least seven people. A Somali soldier, left, stands by the wreckage of a passing minibus that was destroyed in a suicide auto bomb attack near the defense ministry compound in Mogadishu, Somalia Sunday, April 9, 2017. Read More »

Canadians attend memorials for Vimy Ridge centennial country-wide

It is truly an honour to be here to recognize the more than 650,000 courageous Canadians who served in the First World War and commemorate our proud history. But he saved a special thanks for Canada, telling Trudeau and the hundreds of others assembled that the Canadians' actions at Vimy was a turning point for the city - and for all of France. Read More »

North Korea fires projectile into Sea of Japan: South Korea

Similarly, when a launch fails they are also unable to determine what brought the missile down. It is one of several the country has test-fired in recent months. On Wednesday, North Korea reportedly launched a ballistic missile from Sinpho, South Hamgyong province, in the direction of the Sea of Japan. Hagiuda, who listened in on the conversation, said Trump did not mention a basis for concluding that the deadly attack was indeed carried out by the Syrian government as claimed. Read More »

South Africans gather for nationwide protests against Zuma


Zuma's administration has survived several corruption scandals since he took office in 2009. It seems that despite widespread opposition, Zuma still maintains a fair share of supporters. Save South Africa's Mark Heywood said while Zuma's resignation would be the beginning of justice in South Africa, more would need to be done to ensure an end to inequality. Read More »

Proposed Law Aims to 'Discredit' Hungarian Charities, Watchdog Says


Louise Richardson, vice-chancellor of the University of Oxford, joined the CEU's board of trustees , while the US State Department warned the Hungarian government against moving forward with the legislation. "The United States will continue to advocate for its independence and unhindered operation in Hungary ". Moser says that Austria and Vienna are ready for further talks if the situation leads the institution to consider a change in location. Read More »

Still Asking 'Why Are Gas Prices So Low?'


The rise of prices at the pump also comes at a time that the Auto Club Group reports oil refineries are changing production from their usual winter blend to a summer blend, a commodity that is more expensive to produce. "This year we could be looking at another 20 to 40 cents from where we stand today", Patrick Dehaan with GasBuddy Said. Nationally, gas costs typically rise in April, and that's seen in the Carolinas, where there's been a gradual uptick in prices since the end of March, ... Read More »

One killed in USA mall shooting


One person said she was waiting to see if she would be allowed back inside to retrieve her belongings. The wounded "included the general manager, who is listed on the fitness center's website as Jeanine Ackerman and a trainer", the Herald added. Read More »

Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad now allowed travelling on Air India airline


The situation was defused when BJP MP SS Ahluwalia and Home Minister Rajnath Singh intervened. The ban was revoked after a regret letter to the civil aviation minister from Gaikwad yesterday, confirmed Air India sources. Gaikwad himself claimed that following the argument, he turned violent. Gaikwad had earlier during Zero Hour said that he was being "subjected to media trial" and besides Air India, other airlines have also banned his air travel. Read More »

SpaceX attempts to launch a "flight proven" rocket

SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch Thursday from Kennedy Space Center's Launch Complex 39A carrying the SES-10 communications satellite for SES-10. It was delivering a communications satellite that will provide TV services to Latin America into orbit. Read More »