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People River Plate respond to shocking reports of child sex abuse
Author: 0 River Plate respond to shocking reports of child sex abuse

This is child abuse prevention month. "Ours is considerably higher than other communities, some of which are larger than ours", said Olson, also chairman of the South Plains Coalition for Child Abuse Prevention. A special training program, called Stewards of Children Training, will be conducted from 5:30-7:30 p.m. tonight at the Perkins Center. Classes and counseling are offered free of charge.

People TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu meets political leaders in Delhi
Author: 0 TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu meets political leaders in Delhi

The TDP chief also met senior BJP leader Murali Manohar Joshi and Congress leaders Jyotiraditya Scindia and Veerappa Moily. "Today, my priority is my State". The TDP in Andhra Pradesh held an all-party meeting in Amaravati last week, which was attended by the Congress, Communist Party of India, Communist Party of India (Marxist), employees' organizations and other civil society bodies, to chart a course of action and protest against the centre.

People Liverpool's Mohamed Salah 'can beat anyone' on his day - VIrgil van Dijk
Author: 0 Liverpool's Mohamed Salah 'can beat anyone' on his day - VIrgil van Dijk

The winger rose to fame for the Serie A club but his £34m move to rivals Liverpool , reported by BBC Sport , has truly launched Salah's profile in being one of the best players in the world this season. As his manager, I'd say 'come on, prove it by playing at this level for the rest of the season.' That's how it is. "Both players have played an outstanding season with obvious highlights; scoring goals and creating chances - which is what everyone wants to see".

People Computer problem delays thousands of European flights
Author: 0 Computer problem delays thousands of European flights

A Eurocontrol spokesperson said this afternoon: "We very much regret the inconvenience caused to passengers across Europe today however safety is our number one priority at all times". This will be raised to 90 per cent of maximum capacity for the following 10 days. Aircraft operators are recommended to review flight plans for flights that have not yet been performed.

People Russian ambsassador says it is 'plausible' United Kingdom was involved in poisoning
Author: 0 Russian ambsassador says it is 'plausible' United Kingdom was involved in poisoning

Moscow has denied any involvement in the incident, with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Monday suggesting that the British government may be behind the poisoning to distract attention from problems around Brexit . The fallout from the Salisbury attack could become "worse" than the cold war, retired Russian Federation general Evgeny Buzhinsky has claimed. More than 25 countries, including numerous European Union member-states, the United States, Canada, Albania, Norway and ...

People United Nations raises $2 billion in Yemen appeal
Author: 0 United Nations raises $2 billion in Yemen appeal

On Monday, a missile targeted the border area of Dhahran al-Janub. The UAE is a key player in the Saudi-led coalition now waging war on rebels in Yemen but Abu Dhabi has been at odds with Yemen's President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi for months, with both sides maintaining separate security forces based in the southern city of Aden.

People China raises tariffs on U.S. pork, fruit in trade dispute
Author: 0 China raises tariffs on U.S. pork, fruit in trade dispute

Deputy White House Press Secretary Lindsay Walters on Monday responded to Beijing's announcement of the tariffs, saying that "instead of targeting fairly traded USA exports, China needs to stop its unfair trading practices which are harming United States national security and distorting global markets".

People Putin Oversees Construction Launch of Turkey's First Nuclear Power Plant
Author: 0 Putin Oversees Construction Launch of Turkey's First Nuclear Power Plant

The Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant in Turkey's southern Mersin province will be built with an estimated cost of 20 billion US dollars and is due to be launched in 2023. Putin said it was made a decision to expedite the deliveries of S-400 missile defense systems to Turkey . Speaking on Army Radio , Erdan said that "it's possible Israel should have acted against Turkey in the worldwide arena and recognized the Armenian genocide committed by the Ottoman Empire".

People Security Council plans to visit Myanmar, Bangladesh, Iraq
Author: 0 Security Council plans to visit Myanmar, Bangladesh, Iraq

On the same trip, the council plans to visit Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh, where almost 700,000 Rohingya Muslims are living in camps after fleeing a brutal military crackdown in Rakhine State. "We found that they had been traveling for about 23 days from Rakhine to escape their situation in Myanmar", he said. The boat was restocked with essential supplies in Thailand on Sunday before setting back out to sea, on its way to Malaysia , Thai police said.

Author: 0 Lawyer Gets Prison in First Sentence Handed Down in Mueller Probe

Van der Zwaan pleaded guilty in federal court in late February. Van der Zwaan received a 30-day prison sentence as well as a $20,000 fine and two months probation. Van der Zwaan was accused of falsely telling the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Mueller's office that he last communicated with Gates via text message in mid-August 2016 and last communicated with an unidentified "Person A" in 2014.

People North Korea's leader, wife, watch South Korean K-pop's concert
Author: 0 North Korea's leader, wife, watch South Korean K-pop's concert

Cho had already held a solo concert in Pyongyang in 2005 , which was the last concert by a South Korean artist in the North before the spring-is-coming show. South Korean movies were often reported to be especially taboo compared to Chinese films, according to a report by the InterMedia consultancy group, with North Koreans potentially facing prison time if caught.

People French SNCF rail strike to defy Macron labour reforms
Author: 0 French SNCF rail strike to defy Macron labour reforms

Regional TER and Intercite train services have also been severely affected. The strike is set to be a major test of President Emmanuel Macron's ability to push through reforms. "This little melody being sung of "privileged railway workers" is intolerable", Martinez said. Currently, a small majority of the French public oppose the strikes , and Macron's success will largely depend on keeping public opinion on his side.

People Not cricketer Mahi but Lieutenant Colonel MS Dhoni receives the Padma Bhushan
Author: 0 Not cricketer Mahi but Lieutenant Colonel MS Dhoni receives the Padma Bhushan

Dhoni who was dressed in his official uniform of the Paramilitary Forces for the ceremony, walked like an army personnel when his name was called to receive the award. "Thanks to all the Men and Women in Uniform and their families for the Sacrifices they make so that all of us could enjoy our Constitutional Rights", Dhoni posted on social media.

People Israeli's have 'right to their own land', says Saudi crown prince
Author: 0 Israeli's have 'right to their own land', says Saudi crown prince

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met with Warner Bros. chairman Kevin Tsujihara as well as several other officials from companies affiliated with the entertainment giant. "There are no problems between Christian and Muslims and Jews", he continued. The crown prince's economic reasoning laid out in the interview will likely play into the hands of critics who have long suspected the kingdom's progressive rebranding to be primarily a marketing ploy .

People Afghans bury civilians as United Nations probes air strike
Author: 0 Afghans bury civilians as United Nations probes air strike

Last year, more than 10,000 civilians died or suffered injuries in Afghanistan over the war between its Western-backed government and militant groups, down 9 percent from the previous year, a UNAMA report showed in February. A 2015 US military airstrike, while the Taliban was still in control of Kunduz , mistakenly hit and destroyed a hospital, killing 42 people, mostly patients and medical staff.

People Israeli PM to cancel deal to resettle migrants
Author: 0 Israeli PM to cancel deal to resettle migrants

The prime minister said his decision came following talks with Interior Minister Aryeh Deri, professionals and representatives of residents of South Tel Aviv. Some Israelis accused him of caving to left-wing pressure and betraying the residents of south Tel Aviv, a poor part of the city which has attracted the largest migrant community, changing its ethnic makeup and enraging some of its inhabitants who want the migrants out.

People Russia says spy poisoning could be 'in interests' of UK govt
Author: 0 Russia says spy poisoning could be 'in interests' of UK govt

The above was told during a news conference on Monday (April 02). Linking the Skripals case with Brexit which is less than a year from now to happen, the Russian foreign minister said the poison attack could benefit the United Kingdom government which is finding it tough to fulfil the promise that was made about Brexit.

People Conway pushes back at reports she's big White House leaker
Author: 0 Conway pushes back at reports she's big White House leaker

People ought to think twice about that we learned a long time around here, opposition party, fake news, bias media, they can talk to the media all day long because nobody would suspect them. He added that Conway's leaks are sometimes the result of absent mindedness rather than political cunning. "Leakers get great press". He writes that they have "no understanding of the basic fundamentals of how government works" and how they have no "understanding of the political consequences of their ...

People Ogunbowale, Azubuike propel U.S. basketball teams to victory
Author: 0 Ogunbowale, Azubuike propel U.S. basketball teams to victory

The title came 17 years to the day after Notre Dame (35-3) won its only other championship in 2001 on Easter. Notre Dame unfurled a 16-1 run in the third quarter to rebound from the 15-point deficit, and the score was tied again, 58-58, when Mississippi State's dominant center Teaira McCowan missed a layup in the final seconds.

People Information and Broadcasting Ministry withdraws guidelines on fake news after PMO's directive
Author: 0 Information and Broadcasting Ministry withdraws guidelines on fake news after PMO's directive

The ministry did not define "fake news" but said complaints about it in print would be referred for determination to the Press Council of India , with suspected cases on television going to the National Broadcasters Association. The term "fake news" has in the past few months become part of the standard repertoire of leaders in several countries to describe media reports and organisations critical of them.

Author: 0 Black Caps v England, second test, day five

With plenty of cloud cover, the light is again expected to come into the picture and England would want to pick a few wickets heading into the final day to level the series. A successful run chase would be unlikely but not impossible with 10 wickets in hand and 98 overs to be bowled on a relatively docile pitch. England's long and arduous winter will end without tangible reward unless they can somehow eke 10 New Zealand wickets out of an unresponsive surface on Day Five of the second ...

People Bharat bandh violence: Murder case registered against 2 policemen, six civilians
Author: 0 Bharat bandh violence: Murder case registered against 2 policemen, six civilians

Initially, the Bharat Bandh call was given by Dalit group Sanvidhaan Bachao Sangharash Committee and later was backed by All India Adi Dharam Mission and All India Adi Dharam Sadhu Samaj. Private vehicles and commercial establishments were damaged, too, while at many places, common people became collateral victims of rampaging mobs which went around cities forcing shutdowns.

People France braces for mass rail strikes
Author: 0 France braces for mass rail strikes

Separately, unions at Air France are taking industrial action today in a dispute over pay. Three-quarters of Eurostar trains to London and Brussels will run and Thalys trains towards Belgium and the Netherlands will operate nearly normally, but there will be none at all to Spain, Italy or Switzerland.

People Hundreds killed in distracted driving crashes in Florida past year, FHP says
Author: 0 Hundreds killed in distracted driving crashes in Florida past year, FHP says

Overall, distracted driving citations increased by 52 percent statewide previous year. U Drive. U Text. Allegheny County has some of the most distracted drivers in the entire state, according to new statistics. "Anything that takes your eyes off the road, hand off the wheel, or mind off driving is a distraction". State law prohibits texting while driving, subjecting violators to a fine of $50.

People Arkansas State Police officer, suspect shot on Easter Sunday
Author: 0 Arkansas State Police officer, suspect shot on Easter Sunday

The trooper (Troop K) has been transported to an area hospital with serious injuries, according to the Arkansas State Police Facebook page. All rights reserved. According to state police, a driver opened fire on Sheldon during the traffic stop. Trooper Sheldon is in stable condition. Kittinger, who had been shot, was treated at a Hot Springs hospital before being booked into the Garland County jail.

People Sacramento protester allegedly hit by sheriff deputy patrol auto
Author: 0 Sacramento protester allegedly hit by sheriff deputy patrol auto

The rally was organized by former National Basketball Association player and Sacramento native Matt Barnes, who says the fight for justice for Clark is about " more than just color". "Well obviously, based on Dr. Omalu's findings and the family's autopsy, it suggests all the bullets were from behind". The officers eventually spotted Mr.

People Supreme Court backs cop who shot woman in front yard
Author: 0 Supreme Court backs cop who shot woman in front yard

During the 2010 incident , Kisela and two other University of Arizona police officers rushed to Hughes's off-campus house "after receiving a call about a woman acting erratically and hacking a tree with a knife". "Because there is nothing right or just under the law about this", she wrote, "I respectfully dissent". "It tells officers that they can shoot first and think later".

People Trump rolls back Obama-era fuel efficiency rules
Author: 0 Trump rolls back Obama-era fuel efficiency rules

But if the Trump administration rolls back the Obama-era national standards, it would create dueling benchmarks, leading to massive market uncertainty and potentially driving up the price of owning a vehicle. And 12 other states, including New York, Pennsylvania and MA, follow California's lead on cleaner cars. A work trip to Italy past year cost taxpayers $120,000.

People Man arrested by the Johannesburg Central police for murder
Author: 0 Man arrested by the Johannesburg Central police for murder

Jackson police are out of their cars and on the sidewalks, walking their beats. Two policemen including Officer-in-Charge of Chautham police station were suspended with immediate effect for police excesses committed against a student in lock-up in Khagaria district today.

People NHL: The Sedins are saying goodbye
Author: 0 NHL: The Sedins are saying goodbye

Being part of the Canucks family for 18 seasons has been the best period of our lives. "We also want to share these games with our families, friends, teammates, coaches, trainers, staff and everyone at the Canucks who have supported us". Henrik won the Hart Trophy as the league's MVP, while Daniel won the Ted Lindsay Award, as the most outstanding player as voted on by his peers. "There's lot of people that believed in us early on that were part of this organization", Henrik Sedin said.

People Why the White House May Be Claiming Shulkin Resigned
Author: 0 Why the White House May Be Claiming Shulkin Resigned

Trump announced in a tweet on Wednesday that he would be replacing Shulkin with White House physician Adm. Ronny Jackson . Shulkin was asked on CNN whether he was concerned about Jackson's lack of managerial experience. Shulkin, who was confirmed by the Senate in a 100-0 vote and was - before an ethics scandal - among the Trump administration's least controversial Cabinet members, says he did not quithis job and instead was sacked.