Atal nominated for best player of the month for March

Youcef Atal, the Algerian right-back of OGC Nice, is one of the seven players nominated for the title of best player in Nice for the month of March. Returning from injury after five weeks of absence, the 24-year-old defender made a good impression in his last two appearances against Nîmes (2-1) and Marseille (3-0). He […]

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guests that Pablo Motos does not want to see again

“The Hormiguero” it is one of the most watched television shows. However, that does not mean that it is without controversy. Almost all of them come from the hand of their presenter, Pablo Motos. Famous for his unfortunate comments, on many occasions, the guests, far from bringing him peace of mind, have made things difficult […]

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World Cup final for women ski jumpers in Tchaikovsky

The last competition of the World Cup season for female ski jumpers is currently taking place in Tchaikovsky, Russia. The jumping is currently broadcast live on ORF Sport + and in the livestream. Due to strong winds, there are always interruptions in the second run. After the first round, the Austrian Marita Kramer leads in […]

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report. Cover the political management of the health crisis

President Emmanuel Macron, Thursday March 25, 2021, at the Elysee Palace, during a press conference, after a European Council summit, shows a graph concerning the doses of vaccines against Covid-19. (BENOIT TESSIER / POOL / AFP) Every Thursday, it has become a ritual, the executive gives a press conference. The political services of the editorial […]

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‘Torto Arado’ the novel that seeks to conquer the world after its success in Brazil

Maria Angelica Troncoso Rio de Janeiro, Mar 28 (EFE) .- ‘Torto Arado’, the original novel by Itamar Vieira Junior that through fiction shows the inequality and even slavery that still persists in the most remote rural areas of Brazil, is being prepared to conquer the world after the sales success achieved in this country. With […]

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American businesswoman Jennifer Arcuri said she had a 4-year affair with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson

Summary List Placement The American businesswoman Jennifer Arcuri has given intimate details of a passionate four-year affair with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson when he was London’s mayor. Arcuri, 35, a tech entrepreneur who now lives in the United States, told the Sunday Mirror she had the relationship with Johnson, 56, who was married at […]

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Buy these 30 stocks that are best-placed to benefit from the pandemic’s ‘seismic shifts’ and continue surging in its aftermath, BTIG says

Summary List Placement Even though financial stocks have outperformed in recent months, their run is just getting started as this year is likely to experience the fastest GDP growth in decades, a steeper yield curve, and continuously accommodative monetary policy. That’s the outlook according to Julian Emanuel, the chief equity and derivatives strategist at BTIG, […]

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Amazon hit with lawsuit over claims that it failed to provide employees with required 30-minute lunch breaks

Summary List Placement A  lawsuit against Amazon that claimed workers did not receive adequate lunch breaks at California fulfilment centers is moving ahead.  The case was transferred to US District Court California, Northern District, on Friday after its first filing in San Francisco County Superior Court in February.  Former employee Lovenia Scott is alleging that […]

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Ford’s 5 top execs lay out their game plan for competing in an electric age — and convincing Wall St to finally fall for the automaker (F)

Summary List Placement Jim Farley thinks the Ford Motor Company’s best days are ahead of it. That may sound predictable, but when you’re dealing with a 117-year-old company founded by a man whose name is still on almost every building the carmaker owns and vehicle it produces, it smacks of ambition. When Farley became its […]

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Today’s mortgage and refinance rates: March 28, 2021 | Rates decrease

Table of Contents: Masthead StickySummary List Placement  Mortgage and refinance rates have gone down across the board since last Sunday, with all mortgage rates dipping by at least nine basis points. Overall, rates are low.  Currently, ARM rates start higher than fixed rates, and there’s the possibility that your rate will increase in the future. […]

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Spring break is coming, but COVID-19 is still here. Utah doctor advises avoiding risk

A person arrives at a COVID-19 vaccination site run by the Utah County Health Department in Spanish Fork on Thursday, March 25, 2021. | Spenser Heaps, Deseret News SALT LAKE CITY — Ready to celebrate spring break? Many activities remain risky, a top doctor at the region’s largest healthcare provider warned, even with Utahns as […]

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Latest satellite images show efforts to free the giant container ship, Ever Given, stuck in Suez Canal

Summary List Placement The latest effort to remove the giant container ship, Ever Given, which has been blocking a vital passageway in Egypt’s Suez Canal for more than three days has been captured on satellite imagery.  The owner of the Ever Given, Yukito Higaki, apologized for causing “tremendous trouble” and told Japanese media that he hopes […]

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Amber Alert canceled for 8-month-old boy in vehicle stolen from Dolton

Braiden Waters | Dolton Police Department Police canceled the alert about 11:45 a.m., saying the baby had been located but did not provide further details. An Amber Alert was canceled Saturday for an 8-month-old boy who was in a vehicle when it was stolen from south suburban Dolton. Braiden Waters was in the back seat […]

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Police: 2 dead in Virginia Beach oceanfront shootings

By Ben Finley | Associated Press VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — A pair of overnight shootings along the beachfront in Virginia Beach left two people dead and eight wounded in a scene described by authorities on Saturday as “very chaotic.” In a statement, the Virginia Beach Police Department said the first shooting occurred shortly after 11 […]

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Foreigners flock to Serbia to get coronavirus vaccine shots

Thousands of vaccine-seekers from countries neighboring Serbia flocked to Belgrade on Saturday after Serbian authorities offered foreigners free coronavirus jabs if they showed up over the weekend. Long lines of Bosnians, Montenegrins and North Macedonians — often entire families — formed in front of the main vaccination center in the Serbian capital as police kept […]

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Police in Belarus capital arrest more than 100 protesters

Police in the capital of Belarus arrested more than 100 people who assembled for a protest march Saturday to call for the resignation of the country’s authoritarian president. The planned event in Minsk indicated that supporters of the political opposition seek to revive the wave of mass protests that gripped Belarus for months last year […]

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Florida to feds: Allow cruise ships to operate or we’ll sue

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis ripped into the federal government’s continued pandemic ban on cruise ships using U.S. ports, threatening Friday to file a lawsuit if one of the state’s biggest tourism sectors is not allowed to resume operations soon. Appearing at Port Canaveral with leaders from Carnival, Norwegian, Disney and Royal Caribbean cruise lines, DeSantis […]

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Meet the Republican challengers lining up to oppose Sen. Mike Lee

Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, speaks during an election night event for Republican candidates in at the Utah Association of Realtors building in Sandy on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. | Spenser Heaps, Deseret News The November 2022 election is 20 months away. But for political observers (aka junkies and hacks) it’s never too soon to start […]

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Mystery surrounds death of MIT grad whose Streeterville apartment contained explosive chemicals

Theodore Hilk was found dead earlier this month in his Streeterville apartment. | LinkedIn Theodore Hilk, 30, was found dead Wednesday after his father drove from Kansas to check on his well-being, said Chicago police officials, who are continuing to investigate. When he was a math student at the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology in […]

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No one knows how many Chicago teachers have been vaccinated — leaving blind spots for CPS (LIVE UPDATES)

Anthony Vazquez/Sun-Times Here’s the latest news on how COVID-19 is impacting Chicago and Illinois. The latest How many Chicago teachers have been vaccinated? No one knows — leaving serious blind spots for CPS Ashlee Rezin Garcia/Sun-Times Carmen Romero De Vaca, 52, a special education classroom assistant at James B. McPherson Elementary School in Ravenswood, receives […]

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It’s rarer than gold and critical for green energy — and it’s about to be mined in Utah

Haul trucks drive through Rio Tinto Kennecott’s Bingham Canyon Mine on April 26, 2019. The element tellurium, which is in high demand for its use in photovoltaic solar cells, will soon be recovered at the mine as a byproduct of copper smelting. | Kristin Murphy, Deseret News Tellurium mining brings a new North American supply […]

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Utah’s higher education board welcomes ‘Dreamers’ to the state’s campuses

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals supporters, including Xochitl Cornejo, center, march to the Capitol during the “We Are All DREAMers” rally in Salt Lake City on Sept. 16, 2017. Acknowledging that underrepresented students face “intractable structural barriers as they work to access, persist and complete higher education,” the Utah Board of Higher Education unanimously approved […]

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Boulder supermarket shooter ID’d as 21-year-old man

Police on Tuesday identified a 21-year-old man as the suspect in the killing of 10 people at a Boulder, Colorado, supermarket. Authorities also identified nine victims after previously identifying a police officer who had been killed. The victims ranged in age from 20 to 65, said Boulder Police Chief Maris Herold. The shooting Monday at […]

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Boulder supermarket shooter ID’d as 21-year-old man

Police on Tuesday identified a 21-year-old man as the suspect in the killing of 10 people at a Boulder, Colorado, supermarket. Authorities also identified nine victims after previously identifying a police officer who had been killed. The victims ranged in age from 20 to 65, said Boulder Police Chief Maris Herold. The shooting Monday at […]

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Gov. Kemp signs modest state income tax cut into law

Gov. Brian Kemp signed a modest state income tax cut into law Monday, saying Georgia’s ability to cut taxes was proof that his approach to the coronavirus pandemic had resulted in a strong economy. “Our fight to protect lives and livelihoods has paid off time and time and time again,” Kemp said. “It has certainly […]

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Today’s mortgage and refinance rates in Nebraska

Summary List PlacementTable of Contents: Masthead StickyBuying a home in Nebraska According to Zillow, the typical home value in Nebraska is lower than the typical value of $272,446 across the US. The typical home value in Nebraska is $195,635, and home values have increased 8.1% over the past year.  Nebraska first-time homebuyer programs You may […]

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Biden has a 2nd chance to take on the NRA with a background check bill for gun sales

Summary List Placement Shortly after the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, then-Vice President Joe Biden shared his advice for managing grief in a lengthy phone call with Mark Barden, who was still in shock from losing his seven-year-old son Daniel. Keep a notepad by your bed, Biden told the father, a musician. At night, […]

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