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Begiristain: Man City should make Champions League quarter-finals every season


Begiristain has overseen in excess of £200 million investment into Guardiola's first-team squad during the current transfer window and insists a more consistent European return must be the goal at the Etihad Stadium. "In Italy, where the culture is defensive in the box, Napoli play 40 metres in front, a bit like Arrigo Sacchi did once [at AC Milan]". Your way to the group stage of the Champions League , "Shakhtar" will begin on 13 September in Kharkiv the team of Paulo Fonseca will take a ... Read More »

On schedule: Penn Station to resume normal service on September 5


All NJ TRANSIT rail customers are strongly advised to check the new schedules for specific departure times and station stops. Amtrak and the LIRR said separately on Thursday they will resume regular schedules September 5, the day after the Labor Day holiday which traditionally marks the end of the summer vacation season, and four days later than planned. Read More »

SC governor cuts off funding for abortion clinics in executive order


The order directs state agencies to cease providing funds, whether via grant, contract, state-administered federal funds or "any other form", to any abortion clinic. Vicki Ringer, South Carolina director of public affairs for Planned Parenthood South Atlantic, said in a written statement that the affiliate "has provided annual exams, birth control, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, and lifesaving cancer screenings - such as clinical breast exams and Pap tests - to ... Read More »

Trump rightly calls out Pakistan on terrorism


Nabil has always been criticizing the Pakistani military, specifically the Inter Services Intelligence for supporting the Afghan militant groups, including the notorious Haqqani terrorist network. "It is, therefore disappointing that the United States policy statement ignores the enormous sacrifices rendered by the Pakistani nation in this effort", the Pakistani foreign minister said in a statement. Read More »

Qatar Restores Diplomatic Relations With Iran


The move is expected to further infuriate its neighbours, which had already severed their ties with the oil-rich nation. The Chadian Foreign Ministry announced closing of the embassy of Qatar in N'Djamena and requested the departure of the ambassador and diplomatic staff within 10 days over Doha's alleged attempt to destabilize the country through neighboring Libya. Read More »

Envelopes From Aetna Publicly Reveal Customers' HIV Status


Text visible through the envelope windows included customers' names and suggested a change in how they would fill their HIV medication prescriptions, according to Stat News and other news outlets . This meant that whoever picked up the mail that day - a family member, a friend, a postal worker - would have been able to see the confidential information, according to the Legal Action Center and the AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania. Read More »

US Navy removes 7th Fleet commander after fatal collisions in Asia

Swift said four were immediately flown by Singapore navy helicopters to a Singapore hospital, and the fifth was hospitalized when the ship reached Singapore. An worldwide search-and-rescue operation involving aircraft, divers and vessels from the United States, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Australia is looking for the 10 US sailors missing since Monday's collision. Read More »

Korea opens door to Russia tourists


Tourists are prohibited from taking photos of military facilities and long talks with local residents are "not recommended". Before starting the journey, guests will be "checked" by North Korean officials and be escorted by a tour guide "who will monitor the adequate behavior of the tourist and guarantee his safety", according to the agency's website . Read More »

Huckabee: Flake Should Have Known Better Than to Poke Trump

Flake questioned the wisdom of constructing a wall in a landscape that includes flat desert, rolling hills, canyons, mountains and waterways - all of which present unique challenges in securing the border. Cory Gardner, the chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, who said in a statement that that committee "unequivocally supports Senator Flake in his re-election bid". Read More »

Evacuation order issued near Kelowna as new wildfire breaks out


Wildfire Service information officer. The landmark Red Star Ranch east of Kelowna is one of the properties threatened by wildfire this morning. Firefighters, helicopters and heavy equipment are on site approximately 20 km east of Kelowna near the community of Joe Rich to deal with a blaze discovered yesterday afternoon. Read More »

Central Intelligence Agency was spying on intel partners


Neither Wikileaks nor the Verge nor us, for that matter, has any idea what the CIA was after in particular, who it wanted it from, and what it did with it. According to a report on the Verge , anyone that resisted the charms of the Central Intelligence Agency and its update would find, without actually realising it, that the Central Intelligence Agency has also built-in a kill switch that will terminate software and encourage a reinstall, presumably one with a backdoor. Read More »

Net global migration to United Kingdom hits three-year low


The ONS says around 246,000 net long-term worldwide migrants were in the country in the year ending March 2017, down 81,000 on the previous 12 months. "Without our dedicated and valued workforce we would be unable to feed the nation", he warned. "This is why it is imperative that we receive assurances from government about their future, and that of our wider workforce ", Wright concluded. Read More »

Sharad Yadav to take fight with Nitish to EC


On asking JD (U) secretary general KC Tyagi about the possible consequences and Nitish Kumar's reaction, Tyagi quoted Nitish Kumar's comments where he had said " "Break the JD (U) Legislative party if you have the might... As per the recent developments in the political equations in Bihar, JD (U) is nearly divided into two factions one headed by Nitish Kumar and the other headed by Sharad Yadav. Read More »

Thousands of salmon on the run, escape possibly fueled by eclipse


While our science shows that there is an extremely low likelihood of Atlantic salmon becoming established in BC waters, we are constantly monitoring to ensure the health of our marine ecosystems. In response, Cooke spokeswoman Nell Halse told the Times that the company had planned to replace some of the equipment after the fish were harvested and had been awaiting permits. Read More »

U.S. Department of Treasury - Mnuchin - CREW


On Monday, August 21, the eclipse view at Fort Knox had 97 percent totality. The Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) have alleged that the couple planned a trip using a government plane specifically to secure a view of the eclipse on Monday. Read More »

US Sanctions Russians, Chinese With Business Ties to North Korea


The sanctions of 10 entities and six individuals came less than two months after a June 29 announcement of sanctions by the US Treasury on a bank, a shipping company and two individuals from China. Meanwhile, North Korea on Friday released rare criticism of its neighbors China and Russian Federation for not extending their full support for the regime, while blaming the United States for the heightened tension surrounding the Korean Peninsula. Read More »

Dera chief Ram Rahim reaches Panchkula CBI court; verdict soon


But the ground reality is different, more than hundreds of his followers have already temporarily settled near the courthouse. ■ Since mobile internet and data services have been suspended in Haryana , Punjab and Chandigarh , Dera followers complained of being unable to see the video clip of the sect head making an appeal to return to their homes. Read More »

ISIS Uses 'American' Boy to Threaten US


In the video, the boy says he is in Raqqa , where an estimated 2,000 ISIS fighters are locked in battle with US -backed forces for control of the rubble-covered city. Meanwhile, the video has drawn the attention of experts who have found the involvement of children in propaganda videos as a worrying situation. Many other former child soldiers have slipped back into their homes in the region undetected, and likely back to Europe and the Americas, too. Read More »

Judge tosses lawsuit challenging removal of Confederate flag


Demand has risen even more "dramatically within in the last 24 hours", ever since an interview about the shop was published at and as Confederate monuments across the country come down or are under debate, said owner Belinda Kennedy, who opened her Huntsville, Alabama shop in 1985. Read More »

China Asks US to Drop New N. Korea Sanctions


North Korea drew a swift rebuke from the global community after successfully testing two intercontinental missiles in July, which experts say may eventually be able to deliver a nuclear warhead to the United States mainland. In a statement released Tuesday, the Treasury Department said the goal of this latest round of sanctions is to stem the flow of money going toward Pyongyang's weapons program by tightening the sanctions. Read More »

White House has paperwork in place to pardon Joe Arpaio

Still, Bennett cast doubt on the mission in Afghanistan, and sending more soldiers to fight the wars in the Middle East. "I think that certainly depends on him", Flake said . The American Legion this year reaffirmed a 1923 resolution against hate groups, a signal that racially charged divisions are still alive in America. Read More »

Ward supportive of president's comments on Charlottesville, possibility of pardon for Arpaio


Flake is a Republican incumbent who is beloved by many high-ranking party officials and he is trying to hold onto a seat that the party needs to keep control of Congress. Trump then announced he was heading to the senators' home turf on Tuesday to rally his fans in Phoenix. That opinion is a danger for Flake, who calls his book " Conscience of a Conservative " - the same as the famous tome written by the late Arizona Sen. Read More »

Donald Trump Is Now Yelling at Republican Senators Over Russia

All of the friendly fire comes after one of the most hard weeks of Trump's presidency, in which he came under fire for saying both sides deserved blame for the violence that broke out in Charlottesville, Va., where white supremacists and those protesting them clashed. Read More »

French President Macron's make-up costs more than $11000 a month


Le Point magazine reported that Ms M has submitted bills of $11,527.20 and $19,212.00 over a couple of summer month. "My wish is to review those rules and Bulgaria to participate in the discussion", the French President said.The two presidents considered the perspective of the Western Balkans to join the EU. Read More »

Trump huddled Tuesday to plot primary against Sen. Jeff Flake


He said he "will not mention any names", but added that Republicans were "one vote" short on a Republican bill to overhaul parts of Obamacare. Awkwardly, Trump expressed early support for Ward's run as recently as last week, lashing out against Flake on Twitter and calling him "toxic". Read More »

South African skipper Faf du Plessis to lead World XI


According to the sources to Geo News, head coach Mickey Arthur wants to provide an opportunity to young talent in place of Hafeez, leaving the senior batsman's inclusion in the three-match T20 series in doubt. In this background, we will land in Lahore with nothing except cricket in our minds. There is good news for game lovers as they would see global players in back-to-back action after both World XIs of cricket and hockey have planned to visit Pakistan for matches with the national teams. Read More »

Gunmen Storm Mosque In Kabul


The Interior Ministry said a "terrorist attack" had taken place. "There are lots of high rises and the mosque is on a street which is usually very busy". Eyewitnesses and residents of the area said an explosion has occurred inside the yard of Imam Zaman Mosque and gunfire is ongoing in the area. Last month dozens of people were killed and scores wounded after a Taleban-claimed vehicle bomb struck a bus carrying government employees through a Shi'ite neighbourhood in the capital. Read More »

Ganesh Chaturthi: Singers pay tribute to Lord Ganesha


Hyderabad: GITAM University, Hyderabad, which has switched to celebrating Ganesh festival in an eco-friendly manner, held eco-Ganesha competitions on its campus on Thursday for budding engineers. This year, however, the organisers are somewhat downcast and apprehend that the celebrations may have subdued with curtailment of expenses in many departments, according to top mandal office-bearers. Read More »