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Putin’s, Xi’s ruler-for-life moves pose challenges to West Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Trump assembles a made-for-TV impeachment defense team Croatia fears World Cup chance may never come again Report: Disney dropping the ‘Fox’ from movie studio names France won on a humid night in Russia, with thunderclaps during play and a downpour during the trophy presentation. Quite different from that indelible summer evening at Stade de France in 1998, when fans in the arena and throughout Paris sang “La Marseillaise” until dawn and young teenagers drove cars while their intoxicated parents sat in passenger seats.People called that team “Black, Blanc, Beur,” noting how white, black and North African players came together.Zinedine Zidane, a son of Algerians, headed in a pair of first-half corner kicks against heavily favored Brazil. Patrick Vieira, born in Senegal, fed Normand-born Emmanuel Petit for the third in the 3-0 win.This year’s team was perhaps even more diverse.Defender Samuel Umtiti was born in Cameroon and backup goalkeeper Steve Mandanda in Zaire. Others descended from Algeria, Mali, Mauritania, Mococco and Senegal, plus Germany, Italy, Portugal and Spain.“There may be players who come from different origins, but we do have the same state of mind,” Griezmann said. “We all play for the same jersey, the cockerel. For our country, we give everything we have. As soon as you wear the jersey, we do everything for each other.”He scored the go-ahead goal after the first video review-created penalty kick in a World Cup final. During a delay of about four minutes that might have unnerved less-composed players. Griezmann told himself to pretend it was a league match.“Carry on and do the same thing as I normally do,” he remembered thinking.At 27, he in his prime but in the penumbra of Spanish soccer at Atletico Madrid, toiling in a league that Barcelona and Real Madrid dominate. He led the 2016 European Championship with six goals and tied for second with four at the World Cup, three on penalty kicks, earning the Bronze Ball as third-best player behind Croatia midfielder Luka Modric and Belgium forward Eden Hazard.Griezmann kissed the trophy, knowing his generation will be revered in the same way Zidane, Petit, Thierry Henry, Lilian Thuram and Fabien Barthez remain renowned from Calais to Cannes. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Kylian Mbappe’s dad is from Cameroon, his mom Algerian.Immigrants, sons of immigrants and grandsons of immigrants bonded together with scions of families that have been French for generations, all for the rouge, blanc et bleu. And for only the second time, France is the World Cup champion.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’About two-thirds of Les Bleus’ roster included players with immigrant backgrounds, a mini-United Nations of soccer talent.“That is the France that we love,” Griezmann said through a translator after Sunday’s 4-2 victory over Croatia ended the most exciting World Cup final in decades. “It’s beautiful to see it.” LATEST STORIES Griezmann’s free kick was headed in by Mario Manduzkic for the opening own-goal in the 18th minute, and then he converted a penalty kick for a 2-1 lead in the 38th after video review spotted a handball by Ivan Perisic.Mbappe’s speed led to the third goal in the 59th . He added a goal of his own in the 65th , at 19 becoming the second-youngest scorer in a World Cup final behind 17-year-old Pele in 1958.Vive la diversite!A day after Bastille Day, the party was on.“The diversity of the squad is in the image of this beautiful country that is France,” midfielder Blaise Matuidi, whose parents are from Angola and Congo, said through a translator ahead of the match.ADVERTISEMENT Lacson: Calamity fund cut; where did P4 billion go? 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He will asked for autographs for the rest of his life.“I’m going to be in the history of French football with my team,” Griezmann said. “We don’t quite realize it yet. Our children will very proud to have our names.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew MOST READ France’s Antoine Griezmann celebrates with the trophy after his team won 4-2 during the final match between France and Croatia at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Russia, Sunday, July 15, 2018. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)MOSCOW — Antoine Griezmann’s father emigrated from Germany, and the France forward’s mother is of Portuguese decent.Paul Pogba’s parents arrived from Guinea.ADVERTISEMENT View comments
It attributed this achievement to successful voluntary counselling and testing, prevention of mother-to-child transmission services, which were provided in more than 95% of health facilities, the distribution of condoms, and the introduction of a new dual-therapy policy in February 2008. Source: BuaNews “Ensuring equitable access will be one of our primary concerns and UNAids will continue to act as a voice for the voiceless, ensuring that marginalized groups and people most vulnerable to HIV infection have access to the services that are so vital to their wellbeing and to that of their families and communities,” Sidibe said. However, major challenges remain around limited implementation capacity to fully put the plan into operation. This report supports the recent study by the Human Science Research Council, which revealed that the response to the country’s HIV/Aids epidemic by the government and various stakeholders was starting to show some positive results. According to the government’s Development Indicators, the 2007 antenatal care survey reflected a one percent reduction in overall HIV prevalence between 2006 and 2007, and a two percent reduction between 2005 and 2007. “South Africa has recognised skilled human resource capacity as a major impediment towards rapid scale-up of intervention programmes, particularly in the provinces,” the report said. “This is a major challenge, since human resource capacity, particularly in specialised fields of the health sector, cannot be developed overnight.” 5 October 2009 Universal access to treatment Spending on Aids programmes The report, titled “Towards universal access: Scaling up priority HIV/Aids interventions in the health sector”, was released last week by the World Health Organization (WHO), United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef) and Joint UN Programme on HIV/Aids (UNAids). UNAids executive director Michel Sidibe agreed, saying all indications were that the number of people needing treatment would rise dramatically over the next few years. National HIV prevalence survey According to the National HIV Prevalence, Incidence and Communication Survey, conducted in 2008, South Africa’s HIV/Aids epidemic has stabilised and there are signs of declining prevalence among children and teenagers. WHO director general Margaret Chan said while the world was making tremendous progress in the HIV/Aids response, governments across the world should not rest on their laurels, with at least five-million people living with HIV still not having access to life-prolonging treatment and care. One of the most notable achievements, according to the report, is that the number of patients undergoing antiretroviral treatment almost doubled, from 458 951 to 700 500, between 2007 and 2008. It further noted that prevention of mother-to-child transmission treatment was now available to over 50% of those in need. “Prevention services fail to reach many in need. Governments and international partners must accelerate their efforts to achieve universal access to treatment,” Chan said. “The setting of targets has helped to galvanise the different stakeholders and foster a consultative participatory process, such as target setting, drafting and costing, resulting in the ownership of [the plan].” Other challenges include the low uptake of prevention and weak service delivery structures, especially at lower levels. South Africa’s HIV/Aids treatment programmes are reaching an increasing number of those in need, according to a new international report, with the number of patients on antiretroviral treatment almost doubling between 2007 and 2008. It shows that the HIV prevalence has levelled off at 10.9% in the age group two and older. “While it is too early to assess the true impact of scale-up, programme reports already show signs of progress, with one of the largest treatment coverage programmes in the world now reaching half-a-million people,” the report said. The report found that the National Strategic Plan for 2007-2011 was one of the largest treatment coverage programmes in the world, with South Africa ranked second in the world in terms of domestic spending on Aids programmes.
It was one of the most shocking news of the day when Zinedine Zidane announced that he won’t continue as the Real Madrid coach but Fabio Capello claimed that he made the right choice by leaving the club.The Italian manager insisted that he was sacked by Real Madrid after a quite successful season and Zidane would be sacked as well if it wasn’t for the Champions League win – and this was the right choice to be made by him.The former Chelsea and Russia coach spoke about Zidane’s end as he said he would do the same in his place, according to 101 Great Goals:Zidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.“This was Zidane’s choice and I think it was the right one.“He knew that Florentino would’ve sacked him if it wasn’t for that third straight UCL win.”“It was a matter of time. I was sacked from Real Madrid after a successful season…. I think Zizou made the right call.”
Uruguay Interim coach Fabian Coito has named his 20-man squad for their upcoming friendly against MexicoParis Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani, who was one of the star players in Uruguay’s World Cup campaign this summer has been left out.The 31-year-old has only just returned to full fitness following a hamstring injury sustained in their last-16 win over Portugal.Meanwhile, Barcelona’s Luis Suarez has been named along with Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira.Celta Vigo striker Maxi Gomez, who sustained a knee ligament sprain at Russia, has also been left out.Uruguay will be without long-time head coach Oscar Tabarez, who has yet to agree on a contract after his original deal expired at the end of the World Cup.Therefore, Under-20 coach Coito will temporarily take charge of the senior side.Quiz: How much do you know about Hirving Lozano? Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 6, 2019 Time for you to tell us everything you can answer about Hirving Lozano. We will ask you 10 questions about the Mexican forward. Have…“The aim was to give continuity to the work that has been done in the senior side,” said Coito on Fútbol.“To guide the national team is a beautiful responsibility.“The idea is for everything to go as best as it can as Uruguay is a prestigious team and we have to ensure it remains that way.”Uruguay will take on Mexico at the NRG Stadium in Texas on September 7/9.Fabián Coito convocó a 20 futbolistas de @Uruguay para el amistoso del viernes 7/9 ante México, a disputarse en el NRG Stadium de Houston a las 23:06 h (Uy).https://t.co/Ki5Br3jG8W pic.twitter.com/Q1qIFq8812— Selección Uruguaya (@Uruguay) August 29, 2018
The Liverpool winger won six titles while he was with the German Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich but he got demoted with Stoke, something that marked his careerXherdan Shaqiri has won it all, from a national league to the UEFA Champions League, and the FIFA Club World Cup.But the Liverpool winger still remembers his worst defeat ever: getting demoted with Stoke from the English Premier League to the Championship.“Being relegated with Stoke was a very bad experience for the club and for me and I hope they can come back quickly. But despite what happened there, I am a Champions League winner. I think that deserves respect,” he was quoted by Sky Sports.“People should remember where I played before, the qualities I have, and what I have achieved in the game.”Report: Bayern are held by Leipzig George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Bayern Munich was held to another draw, this time by RB Leipzig.Bayern Munich finds themselves in the unfamiliar position of sitting third in the…“I played for one of the biggest teams in the world in Munich and again I am playing for one of the big clubs,” he commented.“So I don’t feel any pressure from the Liverpool shirt.”“When I go back to Munich, the fans show me that I am loved. I want it to be the same here. Why not a second time?” he added.“I think I am settled now and showing my best form.”
Proposals must be received by Wednesday, May 1, 2019 at the Boards Support Section office inJuneau. (A postmark is NOT sufficient for timely receipt). Proposals may be submitted online or by mail, fax at:Online: www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=gameboard.proposalEmail: [email protected] (attachments only)Mail: ADF&G, Boards Support SectionP.O. Box 115526Juneau, AK 99811-5526Fax: (907) 465-6094 Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Alaska Board of Game reminds Alaskans that the May 1 deadline is fast approaching for submitting proposed regulation changes pertaining to hunting, trapping, and the use of game for the Arctic, Western, and Interior regions. The Call for Proposals, proposal forms, and the board’s meeting schedule are available on theBoard of Game website at: www.boardofgame.adfg.alaska.gov or at any ADF&G BoardsSupport office. Proposals submitted for these regions by the deadline will be considered by the Board of Game at their Arctic/Western Region Meeting, scheduled for January 2020 in Nome,and the Interior/NE Arctic Region Meeting, scheduled for March 2020 in Fairbanks. Final proposals will be available on the board’s website in August 2020.