View post tag: Navy View post tag: usa View post tag: Preparedness View post tag: test View post tag: Natural View post tag: Citadel CR-13 Exercise to Test US Navy’s Preparedness for Natural Disaster View post tag: Defence View post tag: Disaster Commander, U.S. Navy Installations Command (CNIC) will conduct Citadel Rumble 2013 (CR-13) exercise Aug. 20 – 22.CR-13 is a fully integrated, annual capstone disaster preparedness response and recovery exercise designed to evaluate Navy shore-based commands and installation emergency preparedness in response to an all hazards scenario.Navy Regions Midwest (NRMW), Northwest (NRNW) and Southwest (NRSW) are participating in this exercise.CR-13 is designed to provide a focused training environment for afloat and shore-based commands to exercise damage assessment, evacuation plans, personnel accountability, disaster preparedness, recovery and consequence management plans and procedures.All U.S. Navy commands with personnel in these regions will participate. This participation will include reviewing and exercising disaster instructions and procedures, as well as fully accounting for Sailors and Navy families in the affected regions through the Navy Family Accountability and Assessment System.[mappress]Press Release, August 14, 2013; Image: US Navy View post tag: Defense Training & Education August 14, 2013 View post tag: Rumble Share this article Back to overview,Home naval-today CR-13 Exercise to Test US Navy’s Preparedness for Natural Disaster View post tag: Exercise View post tag: News by topic View post tag: CR-13 View post tag: Naval View post tag: US
Browsers are like gods of the internet; it feels incredible when we skeptically think how just a few codes let us virtually access the world on our fingertips. Statically Google’s Chrome is the market share leader with 62.5% followed by Apple’s Safari at 13.8%.Over the last few years, many browsers have tried to dethrone Chrome but have failed because numbers of windows users are increasing day by day. These numbers indicate people’s interest in browsers and OS, but are we neglecting something crucial here? Apparently, Yes.Security and Privacy are often overlooked over convenience. One should never underestimate the importance of online privacy and security, especially when using the internet.List of ContestantsHere is a list of popular web browsers competing in terms of security and privacy:The runaway market leader: Chrome.Former most used: Microsoft Internet Explorer.The Apple favorite: Safari.Open-Source King: Mozilla Firefox.An Open-Source Version of Chrome: Chromium.The light-sized: Opera.The Anonymous: Tor Browser.The Ranking CriteriaTo decide which browser is the best for privacy and security, we will evaluate them using two criteria:Available security features.Embedded Privacy Tools.Each browser will be rated out of five and will be ranked accordingly.#7. Microsoft Internet ExplorerIt was a trusted browser for many before the release of Chrome. It had near monopoly on browsers like Firefox and Safari. There was a time when internet explorer (IE) ruled the internet, but the wheel of fortune turned, and now Microsoft is urging people not to use IE.Security Features: Internet Explorer is one of the less secure browsers available. Although, internet explorer warns users when they visit a potentially harmful website and it has adjustable security features that can aid in online protection. Still, the features offered by IE are not up to the mark as compared to its competitors.Privacy Tools: Internet Explorer allows toggling pop-up blockers just like Chrome and also sends a “Do Not Track” request to the site you visit and also to the third-party whose content is featured. Additionally, IE features a Tracking Protection which lets you subscribe to tracking protection list. This intimates the browser to prevent listed sites form bombarding cookies on your browser. However, IE is a closed-source, so there is no way someone can tell what sorts of surveillance widgets are being used in the browser itself.#6. OperaIt was developed by Hakon Wium Lie in 1995. The man that developed Opera was also the creator of CSS web standard. Opera has much in common with Chromium; its browser has adopted much of Chromium’s code which makes Opera a trusted browser for privacy advocates.Security Features: Opera is house to many security features that can boost the browsing experience and make it safer. Malware and Fraud protection, blocking scripts and numerous add-ons make opera a secure and strong alternative for Chrome.Privacy Tools: Opera does not feature many customized tools to enhance privacy and security; it thinks that many users do not feel comfortable with a browser that provides such features by default. You can consider choosing the fastest VPN for anonymous browsing and secure internet surfing.#5. Google ChromeIt’s been ten years since the Chrome launch, and it has been an undisputed champion in the browser market share. Given that it has a firm reputation over speed and involvement of Google’s product like Gmail, YouTube and Google Docs in our lives, it is important to evaluate how this browser giant performs on our selected criteria.Security Features: Google has a good history of updating its browser Chrome to ensure that its users enjoy swift internet browsing. Talking of security, Google has long been encouraging hackers to find vulnerabilities in its browsers so that the company can find the loopholes and fix them to improve the product. Chrome also scans anything that is downloaded to minimize the risk of virus infection.Privacy Tools: Google Chrome does have a usual pop-up blocker that sends “Do Not Track” request to the website and third-party that sends the content, but one cannot ignore that Google knows a lot about you. Google chrome contributes so much in telling about you to the company and then monetizes that information to serve you with ads. A prominent example is of Google’s fishy location history policy and the way the browser logs you in automatically whenever you wish to use Chrome.Learn more about How a VPN can help your IoT be safer#4. Apple SafariSafari might sound different to Windows users, but this Apple browser has been featured on PC since 2012 after which it became available for Apple devices. Although Safari is the default browser for Mac, it is facing the same fate as of Internet Explorer as Chrome is sweeping them all.Security Features: Safari does a decent job in protecting its users. It prevents suspicious websites from loading and alerting the user of a potential threat. Safari also prevents malicious codes from affecting your browsing experience by running web pages in a sandbox. Its new feature named “Password Generator” dissuades users to use old passwords. Overall it performs above average in terms of security.Privacy Tools: The recent update by Apple has really up the game for Safari in terms of privacy. Features like camouflaging from digital fingerprinting; intelligent tracking protection and an array of useful add-ons are introduced to enhance user’s online privacy. Safari recently discontinued the use of “Do Not Track,” and it is a closed-source platform; this would not be the case then it would have scored 5/5.Learn more about How you can improve the cybersecurity?#3. ChromiumGoogle Chrome is an open-source platform, but some of its proprietaries come with specific Google code which makes it a semi-open-source platform. Chromium is a pure Open-Source version of Chrome which caters more privacy and is perfect for people who want to benefit from open-source Google platform.Security Features: Since Chromium is an open-source platform user can check by themselves if any vulnerability is patched. Before you opt for Chromium, be sure that you download the software from the verified source, there is so many malware masquerading under the name of Chromium.Privacy Tools: Neither Chromium nor Chrome allows you to disable WebRTC; this leaves users vulnerable to WebRTC leaks. Users can use a VPN service to fight back and to prevent a WebRTC leak. There is one thing where chromium excels from Chrome in terms of privacy; it does not send the data to Google.#2. Mozilla FirefoxOut of all browsers in this list, only Firefox is the one that is developed by a nonprofit company named “Mozilla.” Mozilla Firefox is acclaimed for customizability and is a long-favored alternative to Google, Apple, and Microsoft. It has released a version named “Quantum” which is hyped to be the most privacy-oriented update yet.Security Features: Mozilla Firefox offers a wide range of security features that any internet user will appreciate. Its features include; Malware and Phishing protection, warning users when a site wants to install the add-on and blocking web forgeries. Firefox users can relax after knowing that their browser is one of the most secure amongst its competitors.Privacy Tools: Firefox features ‘Content Blocking’ which allows users to block the trackers that the browsers detect. It offers a wide range of add-ons to its users who want to up their online privacy game. Since Firefox is the only open-source browser that is widely used so anyone can examine what source code is running and make sure no tracking software has its footprints on the code.#1. Tor BrowserThe Tor browser was developed in 2002 to ensure that users browse the internet anonymously. When using a Tor browser your activity and identity keeps hidden as everything you do is encrypted via three layers of network relays.Security Features: A tor browser is highly regarded when it comes to security, as no one can track your internet activity and know your real identity unless you explicitly reveal it yourself. Tor browser also protects its users from websites that use fingerprint browsing history by integrating NoScript.Privacy Tools: The process of protecting your data through three layers of relays makes it incredibly difficult for anyone to trace your activity. However, Authorities and ISPs can see who is using tor, but they cannot see their activity. 2Mozilla Firefox4.5/55/5 4Apple Safari4/54.5 Zubair KhanZubair Hussain Khan 3Chromium3.5/54/5 RankBrowserSecurityPrivacy 5Google Chrome4/51/5 7Microsoft Internet Explorer2.5/52/5 Concluding Comments from the WriterThe browsers above have their respective strengths and weaknesses; they try their level best to give you a secure and private browsing experience and succeed in some ways. If you need surefire protection and want to access restricted websites, then go with a VPN. 6Opera3/51/5 1Tor Browser5/54.5/5 Related Posts Internet of Things Makes it Easier to Steal You… AI: How it’s Impacting Surveillance Data Storage How Data Analytics Can Save Lives Zubair Khan – a foodie by choice and tech enthusiast by profession. He loves to get his hands into modern technology trends and share the knowledge with everyone. He is currently working fulltime for ReviewsDir as a Digital Marketing Executive. 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The Canadian PressWINNIPEG – Shortly before she disappeared and nine days before her body was found in Winnipeg’s Red River wrapped in a duvet cover, Tina Fontaine was captured by a security camera walking into a parkade.Time-lapse images of the 15-year-old girl, whose death renewed calls for a national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women, were shown Tuesday at the second-degree murder trial of the man accused of killing her, 55-year-old Raymond Cormier.Tina sat down and fell asleep between two cars behind a University of Winnipeg building named after Helen Betty Osborne – a Cree woman kidnapped and killed in The Pas, Man., in 1971 whose murder was unsolved for 16 years.“She said that she was lost. She wasn’t sure where she was,” Audrey Kohinski, a security worker who attended to Tina, testified Tuesday.Tina had “mosquito bites or cigarette burns on her legs” which looked “awful,” Kohinski added.An ambulance was called and Tina was taken to hospital. The security footage shows the petite girl walking ahead of first responders toward the ambulance.It was shortly after 10 a.m. on Aug. 8, 2014, and Tina – a girl widely described as happy who became sexually exploited after leaving her home northeast of Winnipeg to visit her mother in the city – had already been through much that day.The trial heard from two police officers who stopped a truck in an area known for prostitution five hours earlier. The driver, Richard Mohammed, was arrested for driving with a suspended licence.Tina was in his passenger seat, the officers testified. They ran her name through the police database and appear to have missed a flag that she had been reported missing from Manitoba Child and Family Services.She told them she was staying at a nearby hotel, used by Child and Family Services to house kids in care, and they let her walk away.Constables Brock Jansen and Craig Houle were later suspended for their actions and eventually left the city police force.Mohammed told court he had gotten in a fight with his girlfriend, and picked up Tina and asked her if she wanted to party.“I wasn’t sure how old she was,” he testified.The trial, which is now in its second week, also heard for the first time Tuesday from people who saw Tina and Cormier together.Tina’s boyfriend, Cody Mason who was 18 at the time, testified that the pair first met Cormier earlier that summer and told him they didn’t have a place to stay.“He took (us) to a house with a basement and in the morning he came back and opened the door,” Mason said.Cormier went by the name Sebastian, Mason said, and on later encounters, would supply Tina with the prescription drug Gabapentin. Mason said he and Tina would also take marijuana, cocaine and alcohol _ obtained from other people _ in the weeks they spent together that summer.Under cross-examination, Mason was asked whether Cormier was ever mean to Tina.“Was he nice to Tina?” defence lawyer Andrew Synyshyn asked.“Yeah,” Mason replied.“Did he ever say or do anything bad to Tina?” Synyshyn asked.“No,” Mason answered.
Jared HughesMIL200+0.3 Goose stats through Thursday, June 1 PITCHER▲▼TEAM▲▼GOOSE EGGS▲▼BROKEN EGGS▲▼MEHS▲▼GWAR▲▼ Pedro BaezLAN222-0.5 Peter MoylanKCA302+0.5 Jason MotteATL101+0.1 Luis AvilanLAN212-0.1 Craig BreslowMIN010-0.4 Neftali FelizMIL840-0.4 Jose AlvaradoTBA513+0.4 Tyler PollNYN010-0.4 Hector RondonCHN721+0.2 Tony WatsonPIT1432+0.8 Joaquin BenoitPHI930+0.1 Robby ScottBOS206+0.3 Travis WoodKCA331-0.6 Ben TaylorBOS101+0.2 Hunter StricklandSFN710+0.6 Chris DevenskiHOU1551+0.3 Brandon KintzlerMIN1221+1.1 Pat NeshekPHI612+0.5 Andrew MillerCLE1711+2.3 Fernando RodneyARI1233+0.6 Tyler ClippardNYA434-0.5 Source: Seamheads.com Tom WilhelmsenARI112-0.2 Carlos EstevezCOL100+0.2 Alex WoodLAN301+0.4 Jacob BarnesMIL1222+0.9 Jayson AquinoBAL010-0.4 Matt BelisleMIN713+0.7 The Cleveland Indians’ Andrew Miller is the sort of pitcher we had in mind when we developed the goose egg, our replacement for the save stat that rewards pitchers for throwing scoreless relief innings in clutch situations. Miller isn’t the Indians’ closer — that distinction belongs to Cody Allen — and in fact, Miller doesn’t have a single save yet this season. But no reliever has contributed more to his team’s bottom line so far.Miller has appeared in 23 games, usually entering in the 7th or 8th inning. All but a handful of those appearances have come in high-leverage situations. He’s yielded just two runs — one of them unearned — while striking out 37 batters and allowing just 5 walks and 13 hits in 26.1 innings. He’s been as unhittable as pitchers get. But while Miller hasn’t earned any saves for his efforts, he does have 17 goose eggs, tying him for the major league lead. He also leads the majors in goose wins above replacement (GWAR), having added 2.3 wins to Cleveland’s tally so far. If his performance so far is the source of any disappointment, it’s that, unlike during last year’s postseason, Miller hasn’t been used in many multi-inning appearances — but that’s on manager Terry Francona, not Miller.The co-leader in goose eggs is the Brewers’ Corey Knebel, who started out as a setup man but worked his way into the closer role. We’re more interested in pitchers with less conventional usage patterns, however, and a couple of them have fallen off the pace slightly. The Astros’ Chris Devenski, who we highlighted last month for often working multiple innings at a time, is up to 15 goose eggs, but he also has 5 broken eggs (the goose equivalent of a blown save). And the Reds’ Raisel Iglesias, who’s mainly used as a closer but who often enters the game in the 8th inning instead of the 9th, is stuck on 12 goose eggs, mostly because the Reds have been playing like crap and not providing him with enough clutch situations to pitch in.You can find a complete rundown of goose stats in the table below. We’ll continue to update these numbers once a month or so. Dario AlvarezTEX201+0.3 Ross StriplingLAN541-0.8 Austin PruittTBA200+0.3 Dellin BetancesNYA1010+1.2 Diego MorenoTBA010-0.4 David RobertsonCHA1020+0.7 Chris HatcherLAN110-0.2 Jhan MarinezMIL/PIT320-0.3 Derek LawSFN1021+0.6 Arodys VizcainoATL1031+0.3 Bryan ShawCLE912+1.1 Steve CishekSEA011-0.4 Darren O’DayBAL722+0.3 Ken GilesHOU721+0.3 George KontosSFN531-0.5 Fernando AbadBOS300+0.5 Sam TuivailalaSLN320-0.3 Edwin DiazSEA1321+1.2 Scott ObergCOL310+0.1 Carl EdwardsCHN811+0.7 Bryan MorrisSFN300+0.4 Heath HembreeBOS324-0.3 Jorge De La RosaARI831+0.0 Alex ColomeTBA1622+1.6 Roberto OsunaTOR841-0.3 Brad BrachBAL1520+1.5 Brad PeacockHOU101+0.1 Mike DunnCOL501+0.8 Frankie MontasOAK100+0.1 Dan JenningsCHA012-0.4 Kelvin HerreraKCA1131+0.6 Evan ScribnerSEA020-0.7 Asher WojciechowskiCIN100+0.1 Richard BleierBAL210-0.1 Liam HendriksOAK411+0.2 Ryan MadsonOAK721+0.3 Vidal NunoBAL010-0.4 Erasmo RamirezTBA702+1.0 Logan VerrettBAL400+0.6 Carlos TorresMIL431-0.6 Ryan DullOAK422-0.2 Enny RomeroWAS733-0.2 Keynan MiddletonANA100+0.1 Jerry BlevinsNYN805+1.1 Aroldis ChapmanNYA600+0.9 Al AlburquerqueKCA010-0.4 Nate JonesCHA410+0.2 Oliver DrakeMIL110-0.2 Jake McGeeCOL402+0.6 Marc RzepczynskiSEA304+0.4 Michael FelizHOU100+0.1 Hector NerisPHI1111+1.2 Kyle BarracloughMIA611+0.4 Joakim SoriaKCA1431+1.0 J. J. HooverARI621+0.1 Tyler WilsonBAL111-0.2 Shawn KelleyWAS620+0.1 Greg HollandCOL1200+1.8 Aaron LoupTOR104+0.2 Miguel SocolovichSLN101+0.1 Austin BriceCIN300+0.4 Santiago CasillaOAK931+0.2 Donnie HartBAL313+0.1 Mike MontgomeryCHN911+0.9 Chase WhitleyTBA521-0.0 Jumbo DiazTBA232-0.8 Alec AsherBAL311+0.1 Brad HandSDN1232+0.5 Fernando SalasNYN422-0.2 Addison ReedNYN1343+0.3 Bud NorrisANA850-0.7 Brandon MaurerSDN850-0.8 Kyle RyanDET210-0.1 Sergio RomoLAN230-0.9 Ryne StanekTBA013-0.4 Ryan GartonTBA030-1.1 Jeurys FamiliaNYN412+0.2 Oliver PerezWAS402+0.6 James PazosSEA613+0.5 Jose TorresSDN130-1.0 Alex ClaudioTEX524+0.0 A. J. RamosMIA411+0.2 Casey LawrenceTOR010-0.4 Raisel IglesiasCIN1200+1.7 Chase De JongSEA010-0.4 J. P. HowellTOR010-0.4 Casey FienSEA100+0.1 Deolis GuerraANA720+0.3 Ty BlachSFN101+0.1 Tony CingraniCIN110-0.2 Adam WarrenNYA421-0.1 Ryan PresslyMIN420-0.1 Anthony SwarzakCHA400+0.6 Matt BarnesBOS513+0.4 Robbie RossBOS100+0.2 Adam ConleyMIA010-0.4 David PhelpsMIA440-1.0 Andrew ChafinARI033-1.1 J. C. RamirezANA020-0.7 Keone KelaTEX530-0.3 Kenley JansenLAN1201+1.6 T. J. McFarlandARI400+0.6 Jose AlvarezANA543-0.8 Cam BedrosianANA303+0.4 Nick VincentSEA613+0.5 Chasen ShreveNYA301+0.5 Wandy PeraltaCIN810+0.8 Luis GarciaPHI300+0.4 Jeanmar GomezPHI411+0.2 Craig KimbrelBOS1210+1.5 Jason GrilliTOR331-0.6 Jeremy JeffressTEX131-0.9 Tony BarnetteTEX630-0.2 Adam OttavinoCOL1132+0.6 Xavier CedenoTBA013-0.4 Blake WoodCIN220-0.5 Koda GloverWAS712+0.6 Wily PeraltaMIL120-0.6 Jonathan BroxtonSLN120-0.6 Josh CollmenterATL020-0.8 Matt GraceWAS110-0.2 Blake TreinenWAS320-0.3 Steven OkertSFN524-0.1 Josh SmokerNYN722+0.2 Brent SuterMIL001+0.0 Jacob TurnerWAS520-0.1 Dominic LeoneTOR223-0.4 Hansel RoblesNYN422-0.2 Chris YoungKCA100+0.2 Zach PutnamCHA200+0.3 Cody AllenCLE1022+0.9 Blake ParkerANA731-0.1 Joe KellyBOS412+0.3 Brad ZieglerMIA412+0.2 Jean MachiSEA101+0.1 Kevin QuackenbushSDN110-0.2 Brooks PoundersANA100+0.1 Drew StorenCIN212-0.1 Zach BrittonBAL600+0.9 Matt StrahmKCA221-0.4 Wade LeBlancPIT112-0.2 Scott AlexanderKCA210-0.1 Miguel DiazSDN010-0.4 Wade DavisCHN1001+1.4 Robert StephensonCIN220-0.5 Jim JohnsonATL930+0.1 Juan NicasioPIT522-0.1 Sean DoolittleOAK412+0.2 Francisco RodriguezDET272-2.3 Luke GregersonHOU620+0.1 Ryan BuchterSDN742-0.6 Blaine HardyDET121-0.6 Justin GrimmCHN101+0.1 Seung-hwan OhSLN1612+1.8 Jake JunisKCA100+0.2 Matt AlbersWAS413+0.2 Jonathan HolderNYA300+0.5 Brian DuensingCHN300+0.4 Joe SmithTOR1011+1.2 Josh FieldsLAN201+0.3 Ryan TeperaTOR1120+0.9 Tyler DuffeyMIN410+0.2 Daniel HudsonPIT332-0.7 Jordan LylesCOL110-0.2 Danny BarnesTOR120-0.6 Koji UeharaCHN832-0.0 Tommy KahnleCHA820+0.4 Ian KrolATL311+0.0 Paul SewardNYN100+0.1 Tony ZychSEA321-0.3 Matt BushTEX1020+0.8 Randall DelgadoARI300+0.4 Justin HaleyMIN110-0.2 Emilio PaganSEA110-0.2 Mychal GivensBAL922+0.6 Jose LeclercTEX110-0.2 Will HarrisHOU1020+0.7 Kirby YatesANA/SDN111-0.2 Michael LorenzenCIN1010+1.0 Edubray RamosPHI060-2.3 Joe BiaginiTOR432-0.5 Sammy SolisWAS110-0.2 Bruce RondonDET010-0.4 Hector SantiagoMIN010-0.4 Corey KnebelMIL1722+1.6 Felipe RiveroPIT1412+1.6 Trevor RosenthalSLN1220+0.9 Josh OsichSFN012-0.4 David HernandezANA601+0.9 Shane GreeneDET612+0.5 Tommy HunterTBA310+0.1 Cory GearrinSFN210-0.1 Rafael MonteroNYN131-1.0 Gabriel YnoaBAL001+0.0 Nick WittgrenMIA300+0.4 Pedro StropCHN413+0.2 Eric O’FlahertyATL110-0.2 Neil RamirezNYN002+0.0 Antonio BastardoPIT010-0.4 Bryan MitchellNYA010-0.4 Junichi TazawaMIA120-0.6 Chad QuallsCOL100+0.2 Josh EdginNYN522-0.1 Dustin McGowanMIA201+0.3 Robert GsellmanNYN210-0.1 Stefan ChrichtonBAL010-0.4 Chris RusinCOL412+0.2 Johnny BarbatoPIT010-0.4 Justin WilsonDET1120+0.9 Yusmeiro PetitANA712+0.7 Chad GreenNYA001+0.0 Mark MelanconSFN820+0.3 Mike MinorKCA1021+0.8 Brett CecilSLN621+0.1 Joe BlantonWAS120-0.6 Jesse ChavezANA010-0.4 Daniel CoulombeOAK011-0.4 Jandel GustaveHOU010-0.4 Warwick SaupoldDET001+0.0 Dan AltavillaSEA321-0.3 Taylor RogersMIN622+0.2 Jose RamirezATL920+0.5 PITCHER▲▼TEAM▲▼GOOSE EGGS▲▼BROKEN EGGS▲▼MEHS▲▼GWAR▲▼ Kevin SiegristSLN610+0.4 Grant DaytonLAN011-0.4 Matthew BowmanSLN1023+0.6 Danny FarquharTBA732-0.1 Sam DysonTEX361-1.7 Boone LoganCLE002+0.0 Joely RodriguezPHI514+0.3 Alex WilsonDET743-0.4 Archie BradleyARI1121+0.9
Paul Pogba played a starring role for France in their 3-1 win over World Cup hosts Russia with the star assisting Kylian Mbappe and grabbing a goal of his ownThe midfielder has found himself on the fringes at Manchester United this season with Pogba having only started four of the club’s last ten matches and found himself benched for both legs of their defeat to Sevilla in the Champions League.However, Pogba produced an outstanding display for France with the 25 year-old assisting teenage sensation Mbappe for the opening goal of the match with a defence-splitting assist.Pogba’s inch perfect pass releases Mbappe for a fine finish #RUSFRA #France ?? #mufc #psg pic.twitter.com/NiMN5LhXba— Grimandi’s Vids (@footbolvids) 27 March 2018Opinion: 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…Pogba then got on the score-sheet himself by curling home a brilliant free-kick for France’s second goal of the match.Pogba’s free-kick goal for France! #MUFC pic.twitter.com/DZcPPr7HvW— RedReveal (@RedReveal) 27 March 2018Pogba will now return to United on the back of a welcome return to form during the international break. Jose Mourinho’s side will next face Swansea City in the Premier League this Saturday.
Leicester City captain Wes Morgan has urged his team to improve in breaking teams down in order to reach their target in the Premier League this season.Morgan slammed his team for being too sloppy in their 2-1 home defeat to ten-man Southampton at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.The visitors went one goal in the 11th minute, thanks to James Ward-Prowse who stepped up to convert a penalty after Nampalys Mendy’s clumsy challenge in the box.Southampton defender Yann Valery received his second yellow card and was sent off in the 45th minute of the game.But Shane Long doubled the Saints’ advantage in the stoppage time to make it 2-0 to the visitors going into the break.Wilfred Ndid pulled one back for Leicester to reduce the deficit in the 58th minute, but the Foxes failed to find the equalizer and the game ended in a 2-1 defeat.“At home, we want to pick up points and put in good performances, and especially the first half, we were very sloppy,” Wes Morgan told the club’s website.Liverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“We were getting into good positions and the ball was breaking down for no reason. We conceded two very sloppy goals, which isn’t like us.“It’s obviously very frustrating to go in at half-time 2-0 down when we felt we should have done a lot better.“We tried and tried in the second half. I’m not sure what the possession stats would have been, but it was waves and waves of attack. We got one goal, but we couldn’t get the second and it’s difficult.“They had 10 men and they stayed in two solid blocks, which was very difficult to break down and we couldn’t get through. It’s very frustrating.“We shouldn’t have been in that position in the first place. 2-0 down just gives us a very tough task and we’ve got to start looking at our performances and doing a lot better.”
Posted: December 31, 2018 AP December 31, 2018 AP, Categories: Local San Diego News, National & International News, Politics FacebookTwitter WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Monday took the first major step toward launching a widely anticipated campaign for the presidency, hoping her reputation as a populist fighter can help her navigate a Democratic field that could include nearly two dozen candidates.“No matter what our differences, most of us want the same thing,” the 69-year-old Massachusetts Democrat said in a video that highlights her family’s history in Oklahoma. “To be able to work hard, play by the same set of rules and take care of the people we love. That’s what I’m fighting for and that’s why today I’m launching an exploratory committee for president.”Elizabeth Warren has formed an exploratory committee ahead of the 2020 presidential election, becoming the first Democrat with a national profile to take concrete steps towards a run.Warren burst onto the national scene a decade ago during the financial crisis with calls for greater consumer protections. She quickly became one of the party’s more prominent liberals even as she sometimes fought with Obama administration officials over their response to the market turmoil.Now, as a likely presidential contender, she is making an appeal to the party’s base. Her video notes the economic challenges facing people of color along with images of a women’s march and Warren’s participation at an LGBT event.In an email to supporters, Warren said she’d more formally announce a campaign plan early in 2019.Warren is the most prominent Democrat yet to make a move toward a presidential bid and has long been a favorite target of President Donald Trump.In mid-December, former Obama housing chief Julian Castro also announced a presidential exploratory committee, which legally allows potential candidates to begin raising money. Outgoing Maryland Rep. John Delaney is the only Democrat so far to have formally announced a presidential campaign.But that’s likely to change quickly in the new year as other leading Democrats take steps toward White House runs.Warren enters a Democratic field that’s shaping up as the most crowded in decades, with many of her Senate colleagues openly weighing their own campaigns, as well as governors, mayors and other prominent citizens. One of her most significant competitors could be Sen. Bernie Sanders, a Vermont independent who is eyeing another presidential run harnessing the same populist rhetoric.She must also move past a widely panned October release of a DNA test meant to bolster her claim to Native American heritage. The move was intended to rebut Trump’s taunts of Warren as “Pocahontas.” Instead, her use of a genetic test to prove ethnicity spurred controversy that seemed to blunt any argument she sought to make. There was no direct mention of it in the video released Monday.Warren has the benefit of higher name recognition than many others in the Democratic mix for 2020, thanks to her years as a prominent critic of Wall Street who originally conceived of what became the government’s Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.She now faces an arduous battle to raise money and capture Democratic primary voters’ attention before Iowa casts its first vote in more than a year. She has an advantage in the $12.5 million left over from her 2018 re-election campaign that she could use for a presidential run.Warren’s campaign is likely to revolve around the same theme she’s woven into speeches and policy proposals in recent years: battling special interests, paying mind to the nexus between racial and economic inequities.“America’s middle class is under attack,” Warren said in the video. “How did we get here? Billionaires and big corporations decided they wanted more of the pie. And they enlisted politicians to cut them a fatter slice.”___ Elizabeth Warren makes big move toward 2020 presidential run
Local Red Cross volunteers are now on standby and are ready to mobilize at any time to provide emergency overnight shelter tonight as needed at the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex (538 Arena Ave) to assist those affected by the fire. Kaladi Brothers Soldotna Store Manager Scott Heuiser says it’s their way of saying thanks: “We are offering free coffee to all firefighters in the Soldotna area when they get a chance to take a break and want to come in. That is all a part of us being a Catalyst for Community. They are all now a part of our community, even if they are up here out of state.” The General Manager at Papa John’s in Soldotna announced on Tuesday that all Central Emergency Services, local Police, State Troopers, and Firefighters will receive 50% off of their pizza. AK Coffee Co. have made a pledge to offer all firefighters and fire support personnel and their families 50% off our coffee beans, 10% of all other proceeds will be donated to support the firefighters and assist residents who have been displaced by the fire on the Kenai Peninsula. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享When crises occur, our Firefighters, Police, and EMTs put their own lives at risk to save others. They answer the call, rush toward danger, and lead the way. Some local businesses are stepping up to say ‘thank you’ to those keeping our communities safe. Any other businesses that are offering deals or discounts to firefighters or first responders and would like to be mentioned email [email protected]