Asked if he would walk out on Thursday if the club failed to bring in his desired players, Benítez replied: “We will wait until Thursday and see what happens. Hopefully we can get three points against Manchester City and then everybody will be happy. … [Read more...] about No guarantees over my Newcastle United future, says Rafael Benítez
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The bigger threat now is likely to be the prospect of splits among the victorious factions – the NTC leaders who first raised the banner of revolt in Benghazi at the start of the year, the Misrata militia who did much of the fighting, lost the most people and see themselves as the deserving "Spartans" of the new Libya, and the fighters from the Nafusa mountains in the west, who tipped the balance against Gaddafi in August. … [Read more...] about A new chapter for Libya, but will the victors stay united?
Good news for Mill correspondents from next week onwards: Manchester United are intent on getting that whole Jack Grealish saga done and dusted this week. That’s £45m to you right now, Aston Villa, and let’s not worry about him potentially putting in a decent turn at the Euros that might make you want to charge more than the market rate for one and a half Alex Iwobis. … [Read more...] about Football transfer rumours: Chelsea to offer Kepa plus £25m for Jan Oblak?
Myths vs. facts: How true is coronavirus information on the web? Can eating garlic help? This dubious claim has been spreading like wildfire across social media. Though it is possible that garlic may have some antimicrobial properties, there is no evidence to suggest from the current coronavirus outbreak that eating this bulb will protect people from the virus. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus updates: France reports one more death
The tribal chief remained defiant. In an interview with al-Jazeera on Thursday he called Saleh a liar and said he had captured 70 government troops. "I'm protected by Hashid and other tribesmen and even by army soldiers, I have 70 soldiers captive. Ali Abdullah Saleh is a liar, liar, liar. We are firm. He will leave this country barefoot," he said. Back at Ahmar's fortress, his guards were bracing themselves for another night of fighting. "This started as self-defence but now we're fighting for his downfall," said Sheikh Mohammed al-Farasi, a scrawny man with bloodshot eyes loading his AK-47 with cartridges. … [Read more...] about Yemen edges closer to civil war as tribal leader takes fight to Saleh