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Daily Archives: September 16, 2019

Messi nearly ready as European giants prepare for Champions League return

“It is a really tricky place to go. The fans are really hostile,” fullback Trent Alexander-Arnold said. Forward Divock Origi is out after twisting his ankle at the weekend while midfielder Naby Keita and goalkeeper Alisson Becker remain sidelined. Loading Mexico winger Hirving Lozano and veteran striker Fernando Llorente, who …

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How will Apple TV+’s bare cupboard compete in the streaming wars?

It’s a bold move considering that Apple’s Arcade gaming service, also $8 a month and launching on Friday, boasts of 100 games. Sure, Apple had a giant press event to launch new phones, but it was more of a “been there, done that” affair. The trio of new phones will …

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Man hitches ride in taxi before groping sleeping passenger

Sometime during the journey, the man reached forward to the front-passenger seat where the woman was sleeping and groped her for about two minutes. The taxi driver, who had his eyes fixed on the road, did not realise until he stopped the car to drop the woman off, and intervened. …

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Husband charged with murder over Nollamara woman’s death

Police will allege a 32-year-old woman found dead by family members inside her Nollamara home was murdered by her husband. Jessica Carter’s body was discovered by her brother-in-law early Sunday morning after he broke into her home through the roof to reach her. Jessica Carter’s body was discovered inside her …

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‘Nobody believes he should miss a game for that’: Gould slams judiciary system

The prop has been charged by the match review committee six times this year but has been banned for just three games. Loading Despite his poor disciplinary record, Gould believes the punishment will not fit the crime if Waerea-Hargreaves misses playing the winner of the semi-final between Melbourne and Parramatta. …

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Bombers to announce Rutten-Worsfold coaching succession plan

This was before Don Pyke left Adelaide last week, so the prospect of the Crows pursuing Rutten as senior coach was not a factor in Essendon’s decision. Club sources with knowledge of the deal insist that Worsfold was accepting of the handover even though there had been speculation about whether …

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Blackout hits 4 nations in Central America, millions left in the dark

Tegucigalpa, Honduras: A failure in Central America’s electrical grid has left millions of people without power for hours in at least four countries. A power failure in South America.Credit:AP Honduras is the country hardest hit by Monday’s blackout, with the entirety of its territory and its more than 9 million …

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Buti’s Call: No excuses Simpson the very model of a modern-day coach

In talking about the Eagles’ failure to defend their premiership title, which is always difficult and rarely achieved, Simpson lamented the inconsistency of his team this year. “We had some inconsistencies throughout the year,” Simpson said. “I thought we probably deserved to finish fifth. We had a rough start to …

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‘If we can’t see you, we can’t save you’: Drowning deaths off WA’s coast rise

“Based on this, we also know that without our services we would have seen an additional 50 lives lost on the WA coast, and a further 30 critical injuries incurred, at a cost to the WA community in excess of $225 million.” With the warmer months coming and no lives …

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Trump’s tax returns subpoenaed by New York prosecutors: source

Vance subpoenaed the Trump Organisation last month for records related to payments Trump’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen, helped arrange to a porn actress who claimed she had an affair with Trump. His office is also pursuing a state mortgage fraud case against for former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. Manhattan …

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