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Reus to miss Euro 16 due to injury

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Today, Joachim Löw, manager of the German national football team, dropped Borussia Dortmund midfielder Marco Reus from the UEFA Euro 2016 squad. Marco Reus, who turned 27 years old today, is suffering from a groin injury. He also missed the 2014 FIFA World Cup with an ankle injury.

Löw said their medical staff wasn’t sure Reus could meet the demands of the forthcoming games. He added, “Marco has serious fitness problems; he can only run in a straight line at the moment.” ((de))German language: ?Marco hat massive gesundheitliche Probleme, im Moment kann er nur geradeaus laufen.

Löw also did not include other Bundesliga players Karim Bellarabi, Julian Brandt, and Sebastian Rudy from the provisional squad in the final selection. Thanking the four German internationals for their performance in training, he said, “It’s not a decision against those four players, but rather one in favour of the other 23.” ((de))German language: ?Es ist keine Entscheidung gegen vier Spieler, sondern eine Entscheidung für 23 Spieler.

Germany are due to play their final friendly match before the start of Euro 2016 on June 4 against Hungary. On June 12, Germany will open their account in Euro 2016 when they face Ukraine in Lille, France.

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Huge interest takes Wikileaks offline

Saturday, March 29, 2008

The Wikileaks website, which publishes sensitive and censored material submitted by anonymous contributors, has experienced unprecedented levels of Internet traffic today through public interest. This interest has caused the website’s servers to be unable to meet the demand of over 164 gigabytes of download traffic within twenty-four hours, leading the site to be temporarily inaccessible.

The film Fitna, directed and produced by Dutch politician Geert Wilders, has caused controversy for its presentation of Wilders’ negative view of Islam as being committed to world domination and acts of terrorism. A trailer for the film was widely uploaded to many video sharing sites, including YouTube and Google Video; this met with anger from Islamic nations, the debacle culminating in Pakistan’s government ordering the nation’s internet service providers to block the YouTube site. This caused YouTube to be inaccessible to residents of other countries whose Internet service providers’ equipment automatically began routing traffic to YouTube via Pakistan Telecom’s servers, due to their ban accidentally propagating to other providers. Ultimately, YouTube acquiesced to the demands made by Pakistan and other organisations, in exchange for access being restored. The site LiveLeak originally hosted a copy of the trailer, which has now been replaced with a video message stating that the lives of their staff have been put at risk due to hosting it.

As a consequence of this censorship, Wikileaks mirrored the video, receiving heavy access traffic through hosting one of the few copies remaining on the Internet. Wikinews has obtained an exclusive statement from a representative of Wikileaks, affirming that the site has not been taken off-line due to external pressure, and is instead suffering technical problems due to this high demand. The representative gave the following statement:

It seems that due to a more than less overwhelming interest in the Fitna video and recent other media coverage from the protests in Tibet, as well as a few dozen new documents leaked on the portal in the last few days, parts of the portal have given up service and need a few warm words from a friendly Wikileaks operator. Please standby, the portal will be back soon.

Wikileaks gained recent public attention in the Bank Julius Baer vs. Wikileaks lawsuit, following publication of leaked documents that were alleged to provide evidence of money laundering, tax evasion and asset hiding by Swiss financial institution Bank Julius Baer. The documents are said to have been uploaded by Rudolf Elmer, a former chief operating officer of the bank’s Cayman Islands division, who was sacked following an investigation by the bank that involved polygraph testing. Wikileaks has not, however, stated that Elmer was the source of the documents. Bank Julius Baer sought an injunction against the operator of Wikileaks’ domain name, Dynadot, to remove access to the site from the Wikileaks.org domain; this was granted by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. The site was consequently inaccessible through this domain, although access could be obtained through many alternate addresses. Following activity by organisations such as the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the American Civil Liberties Union, who sought to defend the right to free speech that Wikileaks relied upon, the lawsuit was dropped and access was restored.

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Indian Markets hits record close in Diwali trade

Sunday, November 7, 2010

The Indian stock market ended at an all time high on the Diwali 60-minute Special trading session on Friday. Diwali trading is arranged every year on the festival of Diwali to pay obeisance to Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth and prosperity; it is also seen as welcoming the New Year of the Samvat calendar. The Samvat calendar is 56.7 years ahead (in count) of the solar Gregorian calendar.

The benchmark 30-share Bombay Stock Exchange Sensitivity Index, Sensex, rose 0.53% or 111.39 points to a record close of 21,004.96. Sensex closes above 21k pts for the first-time in its 135 years history.

Indian markets have attracted about USD 26.74 billion this year of investment from foreign institutional investors. The sale of a 10% stake in Kolkata-based Coal India last month was the biggest share sale in Indian history and banked the government 3.4 billion dollars. Coal India has risen 43 percent since listing at the stock exchanges this week.

According to Mr. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala “This will continue for long periods of time. If you look at India we are 3% to 4% of world GDP, we are not even 0.5% of USD 30 to USD 35 trillion in the investment of institutions worldwide in equities. Our share is USD 250 billion, USD 200 billion may be and it could go up to USD 1 trillion. So I see no reason why money will not come. Don’t forget one thing that India is an open country. Indian companies have return on equity. Among the emerging markets we have the best corporate governance. We are well regulated; we have got good trading systems. Why will the money not come you tell me?” Mr.Rakesh Jhunjhunwala is tagged by the media as “India’s Warren Buffett”.

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Beatles’ ‘Hey Jude’ becomes their most downloaded song on iTunes

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Beatles’ ‘Hey Jude’ becomes their most downloaded song on iTunes
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Sunday, November 21, 2010

The Beatles’ song Hey Jude became the best-selling song of the band on iTunes, since their songs became available there earlier this week.

Hey Jude was released as single by the band on August 26, 1968, and was composed and written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. It reached number one in both the UK Singles Chart (September 11–18, 1968) and the US’ Billboard Hot 100 (September 28–November 23, 1968). Hey Jude was also the number-one single of the year in the United States.

According to The Daily Record, Hey Jude is followed by Twist and Shout, Let It Be and Strawberry Fields Forever in popularity, although none of the songs have reached the Top 40.

The Beatles’ songs had not been available previously on iTunes due to a copyright dispute with Apple Inc.

Ontario Votes 2007: Interview with Freedom Party candidate David McGruer, Ottawa-Orleans

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Ontario Votes 2007: Interview with Freedom Party candidate David McGruer, Ottawa-Orleans
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Tuesday, October 2, 2007

David McGruer is running for the Freedom Party of Ontario in the Ontario provincial election, in the Ottawa-Orleans riding. Wikinews’ Nick Moreau interviewed him regarding his values, his experience, and his campaign.

Stay tuned for further interviews; every candidate from every party is eligible, and will be contacted. Expect interviews from Liberals, Progressive Conservatives, New Democratic Party members, Ontario Greens, as well as members from the Family Coalition, Freedom, Communist, Libertarian, and Confederation of Regions parties, as well as independents.

Cuba restores relations with European Union

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Cuba restores relations with European Union
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Friday, February 4, 2005

Europe –The government of Cuba has re-established official contacts with all of the European Union countries. The diplomatic relationship with the EU had been limited for more than 18 months.

The EU relationship with Cuba was injured on March-June 2003 after the arrest and conviction of 75 “dissidents” by the Cuban government. In a separate case, three Cubans were executed on foot of a sentence handed down by a civil court, and confirmed on appeal by the Cuban Supreme Court, which found them guilty of hijacking a ferry and endangering the lives of its occupants. Cuba accused the dissidents of collaboration with the US and sabotage against the Cuban communist system. All 75 “dissadents” appear to have pleaded guilty of receiving illegal payments from US agents in court when confronted with the evidence. 14 of the 75 convicted mercenaries, who the US continues to insist were “dissadents”, have since been released on licience.

Cuba and the EU began to come close again after the efforts of the President of the government of Spain, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero. At that time, the German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder didn’t agree with Zapatero about unfreezing the relationships between Cuba and the EU. Schröder believed Cuba should first show real commitment to improving the human rights conditions on the island. However, on November 25, 2004, the Cuban Chancellor Felipe Pérez Roque announced the re-establishment of official contacts with the government of Spain.

On November 30, 2004, Cuba released four political dissidents: Marcelo López, Margarito Broche, Óscar Espinosa Chepe and Raúl Rivero. The Dutch Presidency of the European Union praised the Cuban decision. Cuba said that the decision was not influenced by the Spanish government.

On December 15, 2004 the Council of the European Union for Latin America committee recommended the suspension of the diplomatic sanctions against Cuba, according to alleged Spanish diplomatic sources.

Finally, on January 10, 2005, the Cuban Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque told journalists:”We can say that from this moment onward Cuba has re-established government-level official contacts with all European Union countries.” On January 31, 2005, the EU council of foreign ministers agreed to a suspension of EU sanctions against Cuba. The international non-governmental organization Reporters Without Borders protested and sent a open letter to the president of the European Commission on February 1, 2005.

The Traveler’s Direction To Ireland Plus Useful Options On Discovering Lodging

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Dublin Hotels near Tourist Spots

Ireland s history and the bustling city life are delightfully combined in Dublin. In one of its cities, Dublin, one can find a combination of historical areas, churches parks, as well as modern museums and art galleries. Several hotels near these tourist attractions offer the convenience of touring them without having to travel too far. There are many Dublin hotels like the Louis Fitzgerald Hotel, the Fitzwilliam Hotel and the Radisson Blu Hotel which are in close proximity to the Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College, St. Patrick s Cathedral and Dublin Castle. The Guinness Storehouse is Ireland s number one attraction, home to the world s most famous beer. In Trinity College, one can find the Book of Knells, an illuminated manuscript illustrating the four gospels of the New Testament. Dublin s oldest existing building in Dublin is the Dublin Castle which was also the center of power for 7 centuries. All the sophisticated Dublin hotels provide a center for relaxation after a tiring day s work discovering the lucky charm that is Dublin.

Historical Castle Hotels in Dublin

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A combination of a majestic structure and contemporary amenities provides an unforgettable stay in Dublin s castle hotels. Imagine you are in your favorite fairytale castle. Treat yourself to a memorable stay at Dublin castle hotels. There are 2 amazingly luxurious castle hotels to choose from. The Contlarf Castle Hotel was built in 1172 and in 2008, it won the Georgina Campbell Guide’s Business Hotel of the Year award. The hotel has been renovated from its 111 guestrooms to its facilities, restaurants and bars such as the Indigo Bar, 12th Century Knights Bar and the Fahrenheit Grill Bar. The 18th century Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel that has been and is still run by the Fitzpatrick family is by the South Dublin coast offering an amazing view of Dublin Bay. They have 113 renovated rooms decorated Castle style with a completely equipped leisure center and restaurants and bar namely the chic PJ Restaurant, Dungeon Bar and Grill and the Library Bar. There are many treasured memories you will never forget if you stay in these authentic Dublin castle hotels.

Dublin City Tours & Dublin Hotels

A tour of Dublin gives one a peek of the historic splendor of Ireland. There are several sources that offer these travel packages. Most tours includes a stay at a Dublin hotel inclusive of daily breakfast, a Freedom Pass which gives the holder an unlimited pass on all bus routes and a tour of the city s main attractions that may include a night visit to an Irish bar or a concert. You can also opt to organize your own travel package by booking on your own and making your own hotel, meal and tour selections. Choosing the hotel to stay in Dublin would depend also on your finances with options ranging from the opulent Dylan and Fitzwilliam Hotel to the lower cost Leeson Hotel and Abbey Hotel. There are many possible tour choices like a guided walking city tour, city bus tours, hop-on and hop-off tours and a historical tour. In the end, primary consideration would be what you want to see in Dublin that would determine what tour you would choose.

Dublin Hotels for Family Holidays

Family members need to rest and revitalize themselves by going to different places and seeing or learning new things. The historical past is still very much present in the busy and lively city of Dublin. There are several Dublin hotels that are most suitable for families travelling with kids. Some of the hotels that have child-friendly amenities are: Hyatt Place Columbus Dublin, Courtyard Columbus Dublin, Crowne Plaza Dublin, Hampton Inn Dublin, Drury Inn and Suites. These Dublin hotels have spacious oversized family suites with modern amenities like television, refrigerator, extra towels and linens. Families can opt to order from a 24 hour room service or cook their own food since most Dublin hotels have kitchenettes in addition to the convenience of having a laundry service. Some hotels have personnel to watch and babysit while the parents can rejuvenate their stressed selves or go out to places where children may not go. Reminiscences of time spent together as a family are the most priceless treasures regardless of where you may have spent it.

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PM reshuffles Cabinet, Pranab Mukherjee is new Indian Foreign minister

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PM reshuffles Cabinet, Pranab Mukherjee is new Indian Foreign minister
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Pranab Mukherjee was appointed the External Affairs Minister while veteran Congressman A K Antony took his place as Defence Minister in a minor expansion-cum-reshuffle of his 29-month-old government by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

Kannada actor-turned-politician M H Ambareesh made his debut in the Union Ministry as Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting.

Jay Prakash Narayan Yadav, an RJD leader and a protege of Railway Minister Lalu Prasad, who had to resign last year following allegations of influencing the police in a case of electoral malpractices against his brother, returned to the government, again as Minister of State for Water Resources.

Oscar Fernandes took over Ministry of Labour.