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- October 19, 2017
A rivalry includes two of the world’s biggest clubs in Ronaldo’s Real Madrid and Messi’s Barcelona, could be about to witness a defining moment
Unlike Mueller or Kane, however, Griezmann improved from match to match, suggesting Atletico coach Simeone was right to call him one of the world’s best
Deschamps has a pragmatic approach to coaching, similar to that of 1998 World Cup-winning coach Aime Jacquet
Santos has managed to pull Portugal out of a rut, reduce their dependency on Cristiano Ronaldo and rejuvenate a team that was somewhat long in the tooth
Portugal, hoping to win an major title for the 1st time, take on France in final, 12 years after losing at home to Greece in their only other major final
Cech, who made his international debut in 2002, moved to Arsenal after spending 11 years at Chelsea, where he won 4 EPL titles and a UCL title in 2012
The US said it had raised the issue of the alleged harassment of US diplomats in Russia directly with President Vladimir Putin.
Bomb-making material, rifles, ammunition and a combat journal have been found at the home of the suspect in the Dallas shooting, officials say. Five police officers were killed and seven wounded in a hail of gunfire during a protest on Thursday against the shooting of black men by police. The suspect, 25-year-old Micah Johnson, died
Naik, a doctor-turned-preacher, has always been on the radar of security agencies for making statements like “If Osama bin Laden is terrorising the US, I am with him”.
Though ISIS and Al Qaeda are now two separate organisations, ISIS recruiters seem to follow many of the same basic guidelines for luring people into their group and indoctrinating them.
What the nation needs right now is to come together and to heal
Bangladesh suffers from a toxic mix of cultural chauvinism and lack of progress
We must strive to find common ground and come together
Our law enforcement agencies really need to get up to speed regarding a new type of threat