What Antonio Conte loves about Inter Milan

Inter coach Antonio Conte has admitted that he is proud of what he and the team are doing after moving six points clear at the top of Serie A. Inter coach Antonio Conte has admitted that he is proud of what he and the team are doing after moving six points clear at the top … Continue reading What Antonio Conte loves about Inter Milan

Meghan Markle suffered ‘serious’ mental health issues in the UK

Meghan Markle is set to make shocking claims about her battle with mental health during her time in Britain — and just what dangerous depths it led her to, Page Six is told. The Duchess of Sussex will also open up about her experiences with racism in the UK during her and Prince Harry’s tell-all … Continue reading Meghan Markle suffered ‘serious’ mental health issues in the UK

China to prove its supremacy with upcoming Hong Kong elections

Hong Kong is set for more upheaval as China’s National People’s Congress (NPC) considers a proposal to overhaul the territory’s electoral system to ensure “patriots” are in charge, at its week-long annual meeting that began on Friday morning. Zhang Yesui, a spokesman for the NPC, said on Thursday the rubber-stamp body had the constitutional power … Continue reading China to prove its supremacy with upcoming Hong Kong elections

Pope Francis embarks on historic visit to Iraq

Pope Francis begins a historic visit to Iraq on Friday, the first by a pontiff to the birthplace of the Eastern Churches from where more than a million Christians have fled over the past 20 years. The visit of the pope has a highly symbolic value given the importance of Iraqi Christians in the history of the … Continue reading Pope Francis embarks on historic visit to Iraq

‘Ruthless’ Real Sociedad end Zidane’s winning streak

Real Madrid dropped two points against Real Sociedad on Monday, meaning they stay level with Barcelona on 53 points, from 25 games each. Both Spanish giants are five points behind leaders Atletico Madrid, who also have a game in hand. Portu broke the deadlock for the visitors with a big, looping back post header. Madrid … Continue reading ‘Ruthless’ Real Sociedad end Zidane’s winning streak

What early tests on Gerard Pique’s injury tell us

Per Esport3 the medical tests taken by Gerard Pique, Barca’s cup hero on Wednesday against Sevilla, have ruled out any serious injury. The Catalan defender scored the goal that forced extra-time and put up a fine performance at the back. He did feel some pain in his right knee after an action in the first … Continue reading What early tests on Gerard Pique’s injury tell us

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Jailed for corruption, Sarkozy vows to clear his name by any means

France’s former right-wing president Nicolas Sarkozy on Wednesday vowed to “go all the way” to clear his name, two days after being handed a three-year sentence for corruption following a trial he portrayed as a travesty of justice. A Paris court ruled that the 66-year-old right-winger had formed a “corruption pact” with his lawyer Thierry Herzog to … Continue reading Jailed for corruption, Sarkozy vows to clear his name by any means

COVID-19 Update (March 4, 2021)

Germany is extending its coronavirus shutdown by three weeks until March 28, but easing some restrictions to allow nonessential stores and other businesses to reopen in areas with relatively low infection rates. After about nine hours of talks, Chancellor Angela Merkel and the governors of the country’s 16 states agreed Wednesday to measures aimed at balancing concern … Continue reading COVID-19 Update (March 4, 2021)

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Why US lawmakers are scared of holding sessions at Capitol

The U.S. House of Representatives canceled its planned Thursday session, after the Capitol Police warned on Wednesday that a militia group could be plotting to breach the building that was subjected to a deadly attack on Jan. 6. The House had been scheduled to debate and vote on a police reform bill, but a Democratic aide said … Continue reading Why US lawmakers are scared of holding sessions at Capitol