German leader continues Gulf tour with stops in UAE, Qatar

BERLIN (AP) — German Chancellor Olaf Scholz planted a tree at a mangrove park in the United Arab Emirates on Sunday, a token nod to environmentalism during a two-day visit to the Gulf region focused mainly on securing new fossil fuel supplies and forging fresh alliances against Russia. Germany is trying to wean itself off… Continue reading German leader continues Gulf tour with stops in UAE, Qatar

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Pope urges Italians to have more children, welcome migrants

MATERA, Italy (AP) — Pope Francis traveled to southern Italy on Sunday to close out an Italian church congress that coincided with Italy’s national election, and delivered a message that hit on key domestic campaign issues including immigration. Neither Francis nor his hosts referred to the vote during the open-air Mass, though Italy’s bishops conference… Continue reading Pope urges Italians to have more children, welcome migrants

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Every Safe Location in Gloomwood (& How to Open Them)

In a darkish Victorian setting, Gloomwood options stealth targeted FPS gameplay akin to Dishonored in a survival horror world that hides worthwhile gadgets in safes, locked by way of discoverable codes to grant gamers highly effective gadgets to fight in opposition to the supernatural forces that curse the land. Taking inspiration from different gothic horror… Continue reading Every Safe Location in Gloomwood (& How to Open Them)

Country-made bombs thrown at SDPI member’s residence in Kerala’s Kannur

In the wake of widespread violence in Kerala allegedly by PFI activists two days in the past, country-made bombs have been thrown on the residence of one of many members of its political offshoot SDPI right here on Sunday. The incident occurred at Panur space of the northern Kerala district of Kannur round 2 am,… Continue reading Country-made bombs thrown at SDPI member’s residence in Kerala’s Kannur

Stanford can’t keep pace with Washington in 40-22 loss

By TIM BOOTH | AP Sports Writer SEATTLE (AP) — Wayne Taulapapa rushed for a career-high 120 yards and one touchdown, Washington’s defense sacked Stanford quarterback Tanner McKee eight times and forced two fumbles, and the 18th-ranked Huskies beat the Cardinal 40-22 on Saturday night. Playing as a ranked team for the first time this… Continue reading Stanford can’t keep pace with Washington in 40-22 loss

Earthquakes drop re-scheduled California Clasico to Galaxy

STANFORD, Calif. (AP) — Chicharito scored two goals for the LA Galaxy in a 3-2 win against the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday night at Stanford Stadium. Chicharito’s game-winner came in the 69th minute to put the Galaxy (13-12-7) up 3-0. Efrain Alvarez assisted the goal. Chicharito also opened the scoring in the 12th. The… Continue reading Earthquakes drop re-scheduled California Clasico to Galaxy

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‘You Could See Forever’: WWII Veterans Parachute to Coronado During Force-Con

Sweethearts of Swing entertain Saturday’s jumpers — Navy Lt. Willie Sharp (left) and Army veteran Vincent Speranza. Photo by Chris Stone As the two white-haired men jumped out of a C-47 over Coronado’s Central Beach, few observers knew the horrors they faced in war and how they have endured ever since. One became a teacher… Continue reading ‘You Could See Forever’: WWII Veterans Parachute to Coronado During Force-Con

FINAL SPACE Another Tax Write-Off?

The Warner Bros. and Discovery merger has seen the axe come out throughout the outdated Warner Bros. operation as prices are minimize. The animation division is a giant sufferer with reveals minimize or offers damaged to permit their creators to buy them round different networks. Final Space is the newest sufferer. The animated sci-fi comedy… Continue reading FINAL SPACE Another Tax Write-Off?