With 70% of its area still submerged, 215 animals including 13 rhinos and a Royal Bengal Tiger have so far lost their lives at the Kaziranga National Park in Assam, a senior forest official said on Monday.Due to the flooding, the animals at the UNESCO World Heritage Site are facing food shortage within the park, compelling them to go out to the nearby hills, tea gardens and even human habitations in search of food, KNP Divisional Forest Officer (DFO) Rohoni Ballav Saikia said here.As the flood water from the national park recedes, Mr. Saikia said, the carcasses of animals were being recovered from its four ranges.Dual troubleHe said the two waves of floods this year had caused the death of endangered species. “Till date, we found bodies of 13 rhinos, 188 hog deer, four elephants, two swamp deer, four wild boars, two buffaloes and one Royal Bengal Tiger. All died due to drowning.”The Kaziranga National Park is spread over 430 square kilometre.
All eyes are on Blues’ New Manager. The English Premier League runners up Chelsea officially unveiled their new manager Andre Villas Boas. The former Porto manager was handed a three-year contract that starts with immediate effect on a reported contract of five-million pounds sterling a year. It’s not the first time though that Boas will be working at Stamford Bridge having assisted Jose Mourinho during his time at the club. Fresh from guiding Portuguese giants FC Porto to domestic league and Europa League titles, his first task will be to decide at what stage the team – featuring ageing stars like Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba and John Terry – needs to be dismantled and rebuilt. The man often compared to his former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is hoping to bring some much-needed dynamism to a club that failed to land any silverware last season.For more News, click here.
Juventus full back Dani Alves fractured his leg during Sunday’s Serie A match against Genoa, the Italian champions said on their website.Brazilian Alves, 33, moved to Italian champions Juve this term on a two-year contract after eight seasons with Barcelona.Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci was substituted due to a thigh injury during the 3-1 loss at Genoa and will undergo tests to determine the extent of the problem.Juve, bidding for a sixth Serie A title in a row, lead the standings by four points from AS Roma and AC Milan.
EUGENE, OR – SEPTEMBER 22: Quarterback Justin Herbert #10 of the Oregon Ducks passes the ball during the third quarter of the game against the Stanford Cardinal at Autzen Stadium on September 22, 2018 in E (Photo by Steve Dykes/Getty Images)Even though the Oregon Ducks won their final regular season game, the injury concern surrounding Justin Herbert put a damper on the mood. With the superstar quarterback possibly entering the 2019 NFL Draft, this upcoming bowl game could be his final appearance.Herbert injured his shoulder against Oregon State, as his status is unclear right now. The Ducks own a 8-4 record, which features losses to Stanford, Washington State, Arizona and Utah.College football experts from various sites have revealed their bowl projections for this season. Let’s take a look at what they’re saying for Oregon.Jerry Palm of CBS Sports placed Oregon in the Holiday Bowl against Northwestern. The Wildcats face Ohio State this upcoming weekend in the Big Ten Championship.College Football News also has the Ducks in the Holiday Bowl, but against Iowa.Eric Single of Sports Illustrated has the same exact prediction as College Football News, which features the Ducks and the Hawkeyes in the Holiday Bowl.These projections all have Oregon playing in San Diego next month. However, the Ducks opponent would depend on the conference championships on Saturday.
Story Highlights Ms. Grange said that the Government is looking to increase the number of athletes benefiting under the scheme. The disclosure was made by Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Hon. Olivia Grange, during the meeting of the Standing Finance Committee of Parliament held on Thursday (March 1). More than 1,300 athletes from 28 sports associations are now registered with the Jamaican Athletes Insurance Plan (JAIP). More than 1,300 athletes from 28 sports associations are now registered with the Jamaican Athletes Insurance Plan (JAIP).The disclosure was made by Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Hon. Olivia Grange, during the meeting of the Standing Finance Committee of Parliament held on Thursday (March 1).The plan, which was implemented in 2016, provides group health, life and personal accident coverage for beneficiaries aged seven to 75.Ms. Grange said that the Government is looking to increase the number of athletes benefiting under the scheme.She noted that “there is one major sporting association that is not fully cooperating in ensuring that the athletes are registered, and this is a major challenge, but we will be addressing that matter”.“There are brokers and there are others who want to create their own insurance, and, as a result, they are not ensuring that their athletes are signed up for this programme,” she pointed out.The plan is being implemented at just under $60 million per annum for athletes drawn from 28 of the more than 40 sport associations whose members comprise junior and senior athletes who represent Jamaica in international competitions.JAIP is being financed by the Sports Development Foundation (SDF), National Health Fund (NHF), Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF), and the Culture, Health, Arts, Sports and Education (CHASE) Fund.
Several projects are currently in progress or scheduled for action in the Denham Town Zone of Special Operations (ZOSO), in Kingston.This is according to a Ministry Paper tabled recently in the House of Representatives by Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness.To this end, the Zinc Fence Substitution and Integrated Infrastructure Project is targeting the substitution of over 1,000 metres of zinc fence, of which 923 metres have been completed to date, and work continues on 120 metres.“Thirty persons have benefitted from part-time employment as both skilled and unskilled labour. The objective of the project is to have 100 per cent substitution of zinc fence in the community,” the Ministry Paper said.Regarding the Infrastructure Improvement Project, this will facilitate water, sewerage and road improvement throughout Denham Town, which will significantly improve the quality of infrastructure in the community. Upon completion of the approval process, the project will be executed over a nine-month period.Meanwhile, the Incentive Programme for Proper Management of Solid Waste is still under active implementation with the Community Based Organisations, the environment wardens and the National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) as partners.The Ministry Paper noted that the programme will provide incentives, including a new compactor unit to the NSWMA for proper collection and disposal of garbage in the community.To support the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) Community Safety Branch, the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF) has developed the Integrated Community Development Safety Project.“The project will include training to the JCF in customer service, human rights, and communication, undertake stakeholder consultations, and develop a community safety manual. This will inform the appropriate structure for neighbourhood watch schemes, and support community youth groups with grants to develop their programmes,” the Ministry Paper said.Prime Minister Holness declared Denham Town a ZOSO on October 17, 2017, under the Law Reform (Zones of Special Operations) (Special Security and Community Development Measures) Act.The law seeks to contain crime while safeguarding the human rights of residents and promoting community development through social intervention initiatives in communities where a zone operates. To this end, the Zinc Fence Substitution and Integrated Infrastructure Project is targeting the substitution of over 1,000 metres of zinc fence, of which 923 metres have been completed to date, and work continues on 120 metres. This is according to a Ministry Paper tabled recently in the House of Representatives by Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness. Several projects are currently in progress or scheduled for action in the Denham Town Zone of Special Operations (ZOSO), in Kingston. Story Highlights
zoomIllustration. Image Courtesy: Pexels under CC0 Creative Commons license Norway-based cement company JT Cement AS has ordered a pneumatic cement carrier from Dutch Ferus Smit shipyard, Erik Thun said.As informed, the newbuild will be a sister vessel of M/V Greenland and is scheduled for delivery in July 2019.“The vessel will be an improved version of Greenland but with a somewhat larger cargo carrying capacity at 8.000 dwt. In addition, we will increase the LNG tank capacity to 200 m3, improving the steaming time on LNG,” according to Erik Thun.The project will be handled by MF Shipping Group with support from KGJS project department and KGJC cargo handling team.JT Cement AS, which owns a fleet of seven smaller specialized pneumatic cement carriers, recently got another owner. NovaAlgoma Cement Carriers acquired a 25% ownership interest in the company, joining KGJ Cement Holdings and Erik Thun AB.
The province is paying less and paving more. Bill Estabrooks, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal, announced today, Nov. 22, that the province has saved $2.3 million since it introduced a provincial chip seal crew. In 2008-09, the province paid $91,000 per kilometre of double chip seal. In 2011, the provincial chip seal crew did the work for $46,000 per kilometre. With the one-time only start up costs included, the cost was $50,000 per kilometre. “This summer our provincial crew proved they could do the work for half the cost of what the private sector was charging us in 2009,” said Bill Estabrooks, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal. “The province is working to provide Nova Scotians with safe roads at an affordable cost. By introducing new competition to the private sector, government is ensuring that it continues to pay half as much for chip sealing next year.” Not only is the provincial chip seal crew able to do the work for much less money, the province is also paying less for tenders. In 2008-09, the province paid $91,000 per kilometre of double chip seal. In 2011, the tender price was $40,000. “In just a partial paving season, the province managed to save $2.3 million on double chip seal,” said Mr. Estabrooks. “Imagine how much better shape our roads would be in today if we had started this 10 years ago. By paying less we are paving more.” The chip seal initiative is a three-year commitment. At the end of three years, the province will have an audit done to evaluate the program. The province is responsible for 23,000 kilometres of road. The total amount of money government has spent on Nova Scotia’s roads, highways and bridges is close to $1 billion. The chip seal work represents $2 million of the overall highway improvement budget, which is less than half a percentage point.
Government agreed to convene a conciliation board regarding a contract for Nova Scotia teachers but the Nova Scotia Teachers’ Union declined that opportunity. We maintain that we want to listen and work with teachers. We are committed to strengthening our education system for every student in our schools. By declining this opportunity to convene a conciliation board, the teachers’ union is also dismissing the opportunity to find savings to meet their compensation demands. Government continues to be open to discussing all issues related to working conditions outlined by the teachers’ union. The working group looking at teachers’ working conditions will continue. A letter to the teachers’ union can be found here: http://novascotia.ca/psc/public-service-sustainability-mandate/ -30-
Muzaffarnagar: A man was arrested for allegedly giving triple talaq to his wife in the Ramraj area here, police said on Wednesday. Tehzib pronounced talaq three times on his wife, Nusrat Jehan, and forced her to leave the house in Nizampur village, they said quoting a compliant filed by Jehan. The incident took place on June 11 and since then Jehan has been living with her parents, police said. The man has been booked under the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act, 2019, they said.
VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – Uncertainty around the upcoming NAFTA deadline and an awkward moment with U.S. President Donald Trump took the spotlight, as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wrapped up his visit to the United Nations.The U.S. has been talking about moving forward on a NAFTA deal with Mexico and leaving Canada out in the cold. But Trudeau insists an agreement is still possible.“We will keep working as long as it takes to get to the right deal for Canada,” said Trudeau.There are just days to go before the latest U.S.-imposed deadline.“We will keep working on a broad range of alternatives. A broad range of paths are ahead of us. We’re going to keep focusing on trying to get to the right deal for Canadians,” added Trudeau.He did not go into specifics, but did note he’s received assurances from the president that there will be no steel and auto tariffs if a NAFTA deal is struck.RELATED: Trudeau restarts UN charm offensive under shadow of Trump’s trade threatsMeanwhile, Trudeau is downplaying what some viewed as an awkward handshake with Trump.As Trudeau circled a table, chatting with other world leaders, he had to touch Trump’s shoulder to get his attention. Trump stayed seated, as they had a brief exchange and shook hands, but later stood up for interactions with th e leaders of Mexico and Egypt.“I don’t think there’s anything to read into it,” said Trudeau to reporters at the UN.“An interaction — like so many are in UN — quick but cordial.”Trudeau said it wasn’t the right time for a chat, since he caught the president while he was reading notes before a toast he was about to give.
OTTAWA — Both sides say their negotiators remain at the table as a Senate vote on legislation that would force an end to rotating walkouts at Canada Post inches closer.Canada Post says it’s delivering packages this weekend, but at much lower volumes than normal at this time of year.A spokesman for the Crown corporation says work restrictions imposed by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, including a ban on overtime, mean about 30,000 parcels will be delivered to Canadians over the weekend.Jon Hamilton says that number is normally in the range of 500,000 packages in late November.The Senate is set to resume debate tomorrow afternoon (2 p.m. ET) on back-to-work legislation that was introduced by the Trudeau Liberals last week and passed in the House of Commons.A Senate official says a final vote on the bill is expected tomorrow, possibly by early evening with royal assent soon afterwards, barring any proposed amendments that, if passed, could see the legislation returned to the Commons.Postal workers have been holding rotating strikes across the country since Oct. 22, creating substantial backlogs at Canada Post’s main sorting plants in Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal.Picket lines were up on Sunday in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., as well as in a few areas of British Columbia.CUPW national president Mike Palecek says “all options are on the table” as the union decides how to fight the back-to-work legislation, which the union says violates the rights of postal employees to free and collective bargaining. The Canadian Press
“The Academic Impact aims to generate a global movement of minds to promote a new culture of intellectual social responsibility,” the Secretary-General told the conference, held on 1 and 2 November in advance of the formal launch of the initiative, which will take place at UNHQ in New York on 18-19 November. In institutional terms, Academic Impact will serve as a clearing house to match academic innovation with particular areas of the UN’s work, including neglected areas of research, countries in need of specific help, research that will help deliver concrete change on the ground, and the best ideas to meet the Millennium Development Goals by 2015. “It is animated by a commitment to certain bedrock principles, among them, freedom of inquiry, opinion and speech; education opportunity for all; global citizenship; sustainability; and dialogue,” the Secretary-General added. Mr. Akasaka, UN Under-Secretary General for Communications and Public Information, spoke of the integrity and universality of the initiative. “It is our conviction that principles inherent in the UN Charter and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights are universal values that education can promote and help to fulfil,” he said. “There can be no alliance more formidable than that between scholarship and social responsibility.” Mr. Akasaka added that the spirit and intent of the UN’s Academic Impact initiative was “to unleash minds and their potential by asserting the right to enquire; the right to challenge every dogma, even if it happens to be the only dogma prevalent at the moment; to allow the liberty to express views and opinions, and to acknowledge the responsibility to substantiate them.” He said the conference, organized by China’s Ministry of Education, and attended by some 200 representatives from more than 80 universities and research institutes had helped to define the core principles of the initiative in advance of its New York launch. 2 November 2010Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and senior UN communications chief Kiyo Akasaka have urged academics and scholars to spearhead a movement to further freedom of expression and educational opportunity for all, at a conference on the UN’s Academic Impact initiative in Shanghai.
“Today’s topic…brings us to the fine line between benevolent and malevolent: freedoms and human rights apply to anyone anywhere, but only as long as they do not call into question the enjoyment of these freedoms and human rights by others,” Jeffrey Feltman, the Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs, told a special meeting of the UN Counter-Terrorism Committee. “It is precisely [the] exploitation by terrorists and violent extremists that can easily result in us restricting human rights and fundamental freedoms,” he continued, acknowledging that while it is now “a given that ICT is part of the equation in our effort to achieve a more sustainable, equitable and connected world,” it is this free flow of information that has led the Islamic Stat of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and other extremist groups to successfully use the Internet to broadcast their ideology and to recruit foreign terrorist fighters.Indeed, ISIL, Mr. Feltman continued, has raised the exploitation of the Internet and social media to a new level, luring over 30,000 foreign terrorist fighters from over 100 countries to join the conflicts in Syria and Iraq or inciting individuals to commit terrorist acts in their home countries. Thus, local and regional conflicts have unprecedented global repercussions.“We cannot allow the internet to be abused to undermine the foundations of our societies,” he told the day-long event, which also featured opening remarks from Raimonda Murmokaite Chair of the Counter-Terrorism Committee and Jean-Paul Laborde, Executive Director of the UN Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate (CTED).“How do we make our preventive and counter-measures more effective without calling into question the respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms?” Mr. Feltman asked, and noted that the respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms is central to the answer: where rights and freedoms are jeopardized or granted selectively, the potential for grievances grows and can in turn provide fertile ground for recruitment by terrorist and violent extremist groups, ever more cost-effectively and far-reaching thanks to ICT.The UN and Member States – working closely with the private sector and civil society – must act together to prevent and counter the exploitation of ICT resources and also develop their own effective strategic communications tools to expose the hypocrisy of terrorist and violent extremist groups as well as inspire and instil in potential recruits tangible alternatives, he underscored.“The United Nations sees its role in support of Member States both as convener and provider of capacity-building,” stated Mr. Feltman, going to spotlight three core areas of activities: UN coherence; innovative dialogue with new partners; and a global framework.Specifically on that issue, he announced that Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will release, in the coming days, a Plan of Action to Prevent Violent Extremism, which will make strategic recommendations to address the drivers of violent extremism and to broaden our approach beyond ongoing, essential security-based counter-terrorism measures. “It will call for greater attention to strategic communications at all levels. It will put an emphasis on youth, focusing on the interface between youth and social media, putting young people at the centre of our efforts to address the misuse of the internet,” added Mr. Feltman.To complement Member States’ efforts, he said that the UN Centre for Counter-Terrorism is exploring opportunities for capacity-building programmes to assist them in designing strategic communications that respond to the specific challenges posed by violent extremist communications.As for what he called the even broader UN-provided framework, Mr. Feltman stressed that the UN Charter and international human rights law form the basis for effective preventive and counter-terrorism measures. “We have to end impunity and make sure that terrorists and their supporters are held accountable for incitement by having in place the appropriate legislative provisions to bring perpetrators to justice,” he said.Today’s meeting coincides with the closing of the General Assembly’s High-Level meeting on the outcomes of the World Summit on the Information Society, and as the Security Council has convened a meeting of finance ministers from among its member States on ways to disrupt terrorist financing.
Thursday was the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, marking the 23rd anniversary of the Montreal Massacre. When Wendee Kubik first began teaching 16 years ago, almost everyone in her women’s studies classes knew about the Montreal Massacre.Now, 23 years after 14 women were targeted and murdered at Montreal’s L’Ecole Polytechnique on Dec. 6, 1989, fewer hands go up when Kubik asks her students if they know about the mass murder.“It could be about 10 have heard about it,” said Kubik, associate professor in Brock’s Centre for Women’s and Gender Studies. “Maybe they don’t know a lot about it, but they’ve heard about it.”That’s Kubik’s cue to fill in any blanks about an event that was pivotal in highlighting how much of an issue sexism violence against women really was – and still is – in Canadian society. It’s an event that also led to the creation of the Centre for Women’s and Gender Studies at Brock.Wendee KubikThursday, Kubik and others gathered to remember the victims of the Montreal Massacre at a candlelight vigil at the University and mark the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.Polytechnique, a film about the murders, was shown and a discussion was held afterward.Kubik also spoke about the 600 aboriginal women in Canada who have gone missing or been murdered in the past 20 years. In August 2011, the province of Manitoba, RCMP and Winnipeg Police launched the Manitoba Integrated Task Force for Missing and Murdered Women to investigate.Despite fewer of her students knowing or remembering the Polytechnique tragedy, it still resonates with them, Kubik said.“The room gets so quiet (when I talk to them about it),” she said. “You can almost hear a pin drop. A lot of women can relate because that’s them. They’re in university now and they say ‘She was as old as I was.’”Still, in the years since, Kubik has seen progress made to end violence against women.One telltale sign: “You’ll probably see a man wearing a white ribbon today,” she said.It’s a symbol that the person wearing it is not only against violence against women but is committed to speaking out against it, too.“We see more and more men challenging things that are misogynist today. We’ve got more feminist men today,” Kubik said.And she credits the National Day of Remembrance with playing a role, no matter how many years pass since the tragedy that forced its inception.“It’s just a time to stop, to think and reflect, and see how far we’ve come and where do we need to go,” Kubik said.
Members of the men’s hockey team huddle up prior to the start of game one during Ohio State’s hockey game vs. Michigan State on March 1. Ohio State won 5-1. Credit: Nick Hudak | For The Lantern The Ohio State Men’s Ice Hockey team took on Michigan State on March 1 and March 2 at the Schottenstein Center in Columbus. Ohio State won game one 5-1 but lost game two 3-2. Photos by Nick Hudak and Casey Cascaldo.
By AFP Share294 Tweet Email Four-year-old boy whose parents were on honeymoon among dead in Portugal fires At least 64 people have died in fires that swept through the centre of the country at the weekend. http://jrnl.ie/3453254 A firefighting aircraft drops water over a fire outside the village of Pedrogao Grande, central Portugal yesterday Source: Paulo Duarte/AP/Press Association ImagesA CHILD WHO died in the flames during his parents’ honeymoon, a family saved by a water tank, and a group of friends rescued by a generous neighbour.These are some of the stories of dozens of Portuguese whose lives were rocked by fires that swept through the centre of the country at the weekend.At least 64 people have died in the fires. Firefighters are still tackling blazes in several locations.The parents of four-year-old Rodrigo were on their honeymoon when they heard news of the devastating fire sweeping through the village of Nodeirinho in the Leiria region.The newlyweds had left their little boy with his uncle and aunt, the Correio da Manha newspaper reported. Unable to get hold of them, Rodrigo’s mother pleaded for help on social media to find her child.His grandmother had rushed from Lisbon to try to find him, but the bodies of Rodrigo and his uncle were found beside a car, caught by the flames as they tried to flee.Water tank escape While several residents of the village of Pobrais were killed while trying to flee roadside flames, the Ferreira family survived by taking refuge in a small water tank a few metres from their door.Maria do Ceu, a 52-year-old housewife, her husband, a 68-year-old who was formerly in the merchant navy, and their two daughters aged in their 30s told AFP of their “indescribable” fear.“I knew we would be safe if we stayed in the water,” one of the daughters, a forest engineer, said. “We tried to convince our neighbours to stay, we begged them, but they still left” by car, towards the road where 11 of them were found dead.Refuge from the flames A 60-year-old widow’s home, the most modern in Nodeirinho, became a refuge from the raging fire destroying house after house in the village, the Expresso newspaper reported.Two panicked couples from Lisbon and three children, who had been caught in the flames as they returned from lunch with friends, knocked on Adelaide Silva’s door, pleading for shelter. A man attempts to contain a forest fire threatening a nearby commercial fruit grove outside Derreada Cimeira, around 180 kilometres northeast of Lisbon Source: Peter Kneffel/DPA/PA ImagesSilva welcomed the family, before letting in an eighth survivor who had been trying to escape by car with her husband.However, the fire had quickly caught up with the couple, killing the husband while his wife managed to escape with burns to her face, arms and back. One of the women who had already taken refuge in the house, a nurse, wrapped her in wet towels until she was later taken to hospital.Livelihood destroyed Virgilio Godinho and his wife Isabel saw their small farm, together with their orchard, olive grove, vegetable garden and pick-up truck go up in flames in the village of Vilas de Pedro.The couple and their 18-year-old daughter escaped because they were attending a wedding in another village.Isabel Godinho, 63, tearfully told AFP: “We lost everything, I do not how we will eat, I’m going crazy.”Virgilio, an unemployed mechanic, lost his entire tool collection.“It was fortunate we were not there because I would have tried to save our possessions and then the worst could have happened,” he said.- © AFP 2017Read: Portugal in mourning as firefighters continue to battle deadly wildfireRead: Death toll from raging Portuguese forest fire rises to at least 62 23,075 Views Tuesday 20 Jun 2017, 7:51 AM 9 Comments Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Short URL Jun 20th 2017, 7:51 AM
Kylian Mbappé managed to win the Ligue 1 title with Monaco the last year and this year, he did the same thing with PSG – but Unai Emery admitted that initially, the player wanted to leave to Spain.After a terrific previous season, Mbappé had a lot of options where to go and Emery admitted that at first, PSG weren’t his first choice as he wanted to join either Barcelona or Real Madrid.The former Sevilla coach spoke about this transfer as he said, according to Sports Keeda:Opinion: Neymar will earn respect back from the PSG fans Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 After completing his incredible return to Parc des Princes, we predict that Neymar will earn the respect back from PSG supporters.The situation between Neymar…“When I met his father, and himself, at home, the player wanted to go to Madrid or Barca, and it was the club and me who told him that he had to be in France.”“Historically, this type of French player, who was just 18 years old and was starting to show up, was leaving France, and as a Frenchman, you must be proud to have Mbappe at PSG.”“The French must be happy that he stays in France, because before the players like him, like [Thierry] Henry, went to England or Spain.”
An annoyed Alan Shearer reckons next week’s international friendly with the United States has been turned into a Wayne Rooney testimonialThe FA has recalled former Three Lions captain Rooney for his first international game in two years.The friendly at Wembley next Thursday will be Rooney’s 120th and final appearance for England.The Manchester United legend will later donate some of the proceeds from the game to a charity.But Shearer can’t understand why the FA couldn’t have simply just invited Rooney to attend as a spectator instead.“It is great for Wayne to have the chance to say goodbye to fans at Wembley,” Shearer told The Sun.“But it is an honour to play for England. England should not have to honour you.“Given Wayne retired from international football 15 months ago, if the FA really wanted to give him a send-off, why could they not invite him to the game as a guest?Crouch: Liverpool could beat Man United to Jadon Sancho Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Peter Crouch wouldn’t be surprised to see Jadon Sancho end up at Liverpool one day instead of his long-term pursuers Manchester United.“That would make more sense than saying: ‘Thanks for playing for England, Wayne, here’s another game for you.’“It is great that the FA want to pay tribute to his career and raise funds for his charity. But they should not turn an international match into a testimonial.”Former England striker Shearer scored 30 goals in 63 appearances at international level between 1992 to 2000.After the game against the US, England will then host Croatia three days at Wembley for a UEFA Nations League clash.pic.twitter.com/v5tWGOQMp9— England (@England) November 4, 2018
Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. SUNRISE, FLA. (WSVN) – Over two thousand jobs are up for grabs at a massive job fair taking place in Sunrise.The job fair, hosted by JobNewsUSA.com will be held on Wednesday, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the BB&T Center.Openings, ranging from entry-level to management positions, are available in both Miami-Dade and Broward counties.Among the dozens of businesses hiring are the Miami Herald, Miami Dolphins, the Florida Panthers and Verizon.Organizers recommend that attendees have multiple copies of their resume on hand and dress professionally.Pre-registration is available online. However, you can also register at the door.For more information, click here.