Eusebio Di Francesco rued Roma’s inexperience to pick the right ball after finding their rhythm in the 1-0 loss to JuventusEusebio’s men were beaten in Turin by a Mario Mandzukic header courtesy of a Mattia De Sciglio’s cross. But the Italian manager claimed his men were nervous in the encounter“We were too nervous and insecure in the first half, but in the second we accepted the duels and took control of the ball,” the Coach told Football Italia via DAZN.“We had some good forward moves and just lacked the final ball. The difference between us and them is that Juve had shots on goal. I remain happy with the reaction that the team showed.Chris Smalling open to a permanent AS Roma deal Andrew Smyth – September 6, 2019 Chris Smalling can “definitely see a longer-term future” for himself at AS Roma should things work out on his loan spell from Manchester United.“I wanted to create more density in the midfield, giving Aleksandar Kolarov the chance to start moves from the back. We wanted a stronger physical impact, but we did well in some moments and less well in others.“The positives we take from this match are the attitude and the desire to play one-against-one all over the pitch. We just didn’t finish off our chances, but keeping Juve pinned back in their own half is no mean feat. Unfortunately, we lack the nous and experience to pick the right ball.”Patrik Schick was again utterly ineffective in attack, failing to make any real impact.“We all expect more. It was not easy for him today, but we do expect him to have more shots on goal. In some situations, he could’ve attacked the space better.”
Comments Share your voice Facebook Twitter 2 A group of websites and social media accounts linked to Russia or far-right groups is spreading misinformation and encouraging political discord just weeks ahead of the key elections in the European Union, The New York Times reported Sunday.The campaign shares many of the same characteristics used in previous Russian attacks, including Russia’s interference with the 2016 US elections, EU investigators tell the Times. Groups in Italy and German bear the same electronic signature as pro-Kremlin websites or share servers used by the Russian hackers who broke into the Democratic National Committee.Disinformation has long been a part of Russia’s foreign policy strategy, and social media has allowed the trolling effort to expand on a viral scale. In 2017, Facebook revealed it found evidence that Russians used the social network to meddle in the 2016 US presidential election and sowed discord among Americans.US intelligence agencies have warned Congress that these campaigns will continue in the future. But determining Russia’s level of involvement is difficult as several copycats on the far right are echoing Kremlin talking points, investigators say.EU investigators believe networks of Facebook and Twitter accounts have been spreading false and divisive stories about the EU, NATO and immigrants, among other issues. An analysis prepared for the Senate found that Russia’s disinformation campaign before the 2016 election used every major social media platform, including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, to try to sow the seeds of political discord among Americans.Earlier this month, Facebook said it had removed 118 fake accounts, pages and groups from Russia that posted content about politics in Ukraine and other countries in Europe. Facebook has also opened a new operations center in Ireland to combat fake news ahead of the EU parliamentary elections. The current campaign uses messages taken directly from Russian news media, the Times reported, but investigators haven’t publicly accused the Kremlin of supporting a specific candidate. Investigators believe millions of people have been exposed to the propaganda material.Representatives for Facebook and Twitter didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. Internet Tech Industry Tags
Listen at WEAA Live Stream: http://amber.streamguys.com.4020/live.m3uJustice Department attorneys will not recommend civil rights charges be brought against former Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown, although the ultimate decision still lies with Attorney General Eric Holder. We’ll analyze the Justice Department’s position with legal expert Cheryl Wood as well as the issue of race and law enforcement with University of South Carolina law professor Seth Stoughton. Plus, we’ll take a look at new Maryland Governor Larry Hogan’s budget released earlier today. It’s all coming up this evening on AFRO’s First Edition with Sean Yoes.
A teen charged with robbing another teen as he walked to pick up his cap and gown from Frederick Douglas high school in June, has been charged with the shooting of a 42 year-old Owings Mills man in July.Kyree Trimon Greene was charged with shooting a 42-year-old man in Maryland. (Photo/Baltimore City Police Department)Kyree Trimon Greene of the 2600 block of Francis Street in Baltimore’s Penn North, is charged with attempted first-degree murder and other charges for shooting the 42 year-old man in Baltimore County on July 17th.Greene who just turned 19, was charged prior in the botched robbery of a 17 year-old student going to pick up his cap and gown. The student told police someone stuck a gun to his back and tried to rob him. In the process, a struggle ensued and Greene accidently shot himself with the victim gaining control of the gun. Greene fled on foot and Baltimore Police did not know at that time if Greene was a student. Using video surveillance, police later identified Greene as the suspect in that robbery.A quick search of the Maryland Case Search shows various charges for Greene in the Frederick Douglas robbery including Fire arm use, First and Second degree assault, reckless endangerment, and discharging a firearm.Greene is also charged in the shooting of another teen. A 16 year-old that was walking home with friends in Howard Park in May when a masked man opened fire hitting the teen in the thigh. Police later identified Greene as the shooter.According to Maryland Case Search, Greene has been charged with Attempted First and Second degree murder, First and Second Degree assault, Firearm on a minor and reckless endangerment as well as discharging a firearm.In the Owings Mills shooting that happened in July, police were called to Reisterstown Road and Pleasant Ridge Drive for a person shot multiple times. Police found a 42-year-old man. The victim got out of his car to confront Greene when Greene made a U-turn in front of him, cutting him off. Greene then fired several shots at the victim.Greene was arrested in Baltimore, five days later according to case search. Officers near Druid Hill Park noticed Greene was armed and a chase ensued before he was caught.Greene is being held without bail in Baltimore.
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People who received bite count feedback ate less and reduced their overall intake during a meal, the findings showed. “It was found that the presence of bite count feedback led to a reduction in overall consumption. This finding is consistent with current literature that shows feedback on consumption leads people to consume less,” explained Phillip Jasper from Clemson University in South Carolina, US. The results were published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. For the study, investigators recruited young adults to consume a meal in the laboratory. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’In one of the experiments, some participants were outfitted with bite count feedback devices and given either a small or large plate. The group that received bite count feedback significantly reduced their intake regardless of plate size, although, those given larger plates still consumed more than those given smaller plates. “We want people to be mindful of what they’re doing. That’s what’s really important. We want them to be mindful of their eating, and bite count feedback is a way to keep people mindful of their eating behaviours,” Jasper said.Knowing the number of bites is much less abstract than knowing the number of calories. “Self-monitoring is one of the cornerstones of successful weight loss,” Jasper said.
Kolkata: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee handed over CESC Shrishti Samman to noted writer Manishankar Mukherjee, popularly known as Shankar, at the inaugural session of the International Kolkata Book Fair organised by the Booksellers’ and Publishers’ Guild on Thursday afternoon.Born in December 1933 at Bongaon, Shankar was the neighbour of Bibhutibhusan Bandopadhyay, author of Pather Panchali. His father Haripada Mukherji moved to Howrah shortly before the second World War, which is where the formative years of the well-known author began. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedFollowing the untimely death of his father in 1947, began the writer’s difficult journey as a street-vendor and then a typewriter cleaner. He was a temporary teacher at Vivekananda Institution and later found a job in a jute broker’s office. In 1951, Shankar met Noel Frederick Barwell, the last British member of the Bar-of-England practising in India. He became his last clerk. In 1954, following the death of Barwell, the author started writing his first book, which was serialised as Kata Ajanare. There has been no looking back for him since and he continues to command an enviable readership in India and abroad. The range of Shankar’s writing is astonishing, from fiction, short story, memoirs and travelogues to his enormously popular books on Vivekananda. One of his biggest best-sellers Chowringhee has been translated in many languages across the world, including English, French, Russian, Italian, Spanish and Chinese. Shankar also enjoys a vast readership in India and Bangladesh across many languages.
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state has rewarded them with what they had asked for is a game that these people (Congress) are playing” he said adding “Perhaps this is not going to be very favourable to Congress” Ramaswamy said the Congress thinks they can challenge the leadership of former chief minister Yeddyurappa with this move “But we don’t know how this will play out” he concluded For many years now the Lingayats have backed BJP’s BS Yeddyurappa a Lingayat himself who was the state’s first BJP chief minister and is now the party president while Karnataka gears up for polls in May Reacting to the development Rambhapuri Mutt pontiff Someshwara Mahaswami denounced state government’s move as a “huge mistake” saying that Veerashaivas and Lingayats were the same “This is wrong Veerashaivism came first and Basavanna came later He did not establish the religion This is a diabolical plan by the state government which people will not accept The chief minister has not taken the right decision Veerashaivism has guru parampare (tradition of spiritual masters) while Basavanna is only a social reformer” the seer said He went on to say that it is very difficult to differentiate Hinduism from Veerashaiva-Lingayats “The Centre will not give in to this kind of chauvinism The state government is breaking us with its politics It is not easy to differentiate this religion from Hinduism” he stressed But cabinet minister Kulkarni begged to differ: “If people do not agree with Basavanna how can they be called Lingayats” he questioned referring to Veerashaivas There are enough hints that the issue would snowball into a major controversy as a special sabha called by the community leaders — known as Panchapeeta or the five seats of power — denounced the state’s stand Anil Lulla is a Bengaluru-based freelance writer and a member of 101Reporterscom a pan-India network of grassroots reporters With inputs from Prabhu Mallikarjunan London:Antonio Conte has paid his respects to Chelsea great Ray Wilkins following his death earlier this week urging his players to "make a great memory" against West Ham on Sunday The Blues boss spoke passionately about the club’s former captain who died aged 61 on Wednesday following a cardiac arrest The Premier League announced that all matches this weekend will be preceded by a moment’s applause in memory of the ex-England international whose other clubs included Manchester United AC Milan and QPR File image of Antonio Conte AP Chelsea will make their own tribute to a man who worked as an assistant manager and coach with the Blues with memories in the match-day programme a book of condolence and a picture montage all planned ahead of Sunday’s match "It was tragic news for us" Conte told reporters on Friday "We are talking about a really good person I was lucky to know him and speak with him many times He was a legend for this club an ambassador for football "We are very sad because it is very difficult to accept this news We want to pass on to the family our deepest condolences and I think this is a big loss" While the game against the Hammers is expected to be an emotional afternoon Conte wants the fixture itself to be treated differently from the pre-match tributes "I think on Sunday we must be ready to make a great memory to Ray" he said "I think that this will be very important then there is the game But I see two different situations and it is not right to mix the situations We must have great respect for the tragedy and think to play football to give the best during the game" Chelsea lost 3-1 to Tottenham at Stamford Bridge last weekend to fall eight points behind Spurs in the race for a top-four spot and Champions League football next season Conte admits it will be tough for the reigning Premier League champions to close that gap with just seven games remaining but the Italian still wants to see his players battling until the end "It won’t be easy we have to be realistic but at the same time we have to give all of ourselves" said Conte "We must show pride desire will to fight until the end of the season — this must be our target now" With the fun and games that were essentially the Premier Badminton League (PBL) masala matches coming to an end the world’s shuttlers have hunkered down to serious business with a couple of ‘Masters’ (Level Three in the new dispensation) tournaments taking place in South-east Asia hard on the backs of each other There was token Indian representation in the Malaysia Masters that took place in Kuala Lumpur last week and the Indonesia Masters that kicks off in Jakarta from 23 January will also witness the participation of aunderstrength Indian contingent that is scheduled to exhibit its wares at the refurbished and renovated Istora Senayan in the heart of the Indonesian capital File images of PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal Reuters It would appear that several Indian topnotchers including Kidambi Srikanth and HS Prannoy have taken longer than a week off at the conclusion of the breathless 23-day PBL even as some of the world’s top shuttlers had their noses to the grindstone in Kuala Lumpur Japan’s up-and-coming Kenta Nishimoto put in a stellar performance by nearly dethroning Danish world champion Viktor Axelsen in the final after bundling out veteran ace Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia in the opening round itself A 19-21 21-18 21-18 triumph over Lee was nearly mirrored in the title clash against Axelsen but the towering 6’ 4” Dane just about managed to hold on for a 21-13 21-23 21-18 win Earlier Axelsen had notched up a facile 21-17 21-8 second-round victory over World No 15 B Sai Praneeth who had been the flag-bearer of the Indian challenge in Kuala Lumpur but is not in the fray in Jakarta There was even more drama in the Malaysia Masters women’s singles when Thailand’s 2013 world champion Ratchanok Intanon claimed two top scalps from a No 5 position in the seedings’ list The strokeful 22-year-old Thai showed a new level of physical fitness to add to her courtcraft and rich array of strokes to pip Japan’s World No 2 Akane Yamaguchi at the semi-final stage at 21-15 16-21 21-19 before toppling Chinese Taipei’s World No 1 Tai Tzu Ying in an epic final at 21-16 14-21 24-22 All these fine players with the exception of Yamaguchi will be in the fray at the Senayan Sports Complex from Tuesday; and will be joined by the likes of Japan’s reigning world champion Nozomi Okuhara India’s PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal Spain’s two-time former world champion and Olympic gold medalist Carolina Marin South Korea’s Sung Ji Hyun and China’s Chen Yufei and He Bingjiao In other words all the world’s top ten bar one Predictably Tai continues to occupy pride of place at the top of the draw by virtue of her runaway lead in points while Sindhu in the absence of Yamaguchi is seeded second Starting out with a none-too-difficult lung-opener against Indonesia’s Hanna Ramadini Sindhu could run into either one of two qualifiers in the second round before crossing swords in the quarter-finals with the winner of a section of the draw that includes Chen Yufei Nehwal and another Chinese Chen Xiaoxin Indeed Nehwal by virtue of being unranked in the top eight is just a dangerous floater in the draw and runs into Chen Yufei in her opening match Their victor clashes in the second round with the winner of the tie between Chen Xiaoxin and Bulgaria’s Linda Zetchiri All these players are bracketed in the bottom half of the draw which has on paper a quarter-final encounter between world champion Okuhara and the Malaysia Masters champion Intanon In other words the winner of the likely quarter-final between Sindhu and Chen Yufei is slated to bump into the Okuhara-Intanon winner in the penultimate round The top half of the draw is dominated by Tai and Marin who was undefeated for Hyderabad Hunters in the recent PBL and is seeded third in Jakarta Barring mishaps the top quarter should see a last-eight stage joust between the Taiwanese top seed and Korean Sung while the second quarter has Marin pitted against Chinese left-hander He Bingjiao In the men’s singles there would be no prizes for guessing the name of the player who has been given top seeding World champion Axelsen has been asked to take care of Chinese Taipei’s Hsu Jen Hao when he hits his first shuttle at the Istora Senayan and will then have to take on the winner of the clash between India’s Sameer Verma and dangerous Japanese floater Kazumasa Sakai At the opposite end of the draw Parupalli Kashyap promoted from the qualifying rounds occupies the spot vacated by his compatriot Srikanth a late withdrawal due to fitness issues Kashyap has a challenging opening outing against Malaysian southpaw Chong Wei Feng with the winner slated to clash against either Thailand’s Khosit Phetpradab or Denmark’s Hans Kristian Solberg Vittinghus in the second round Let it be recorded that the 32-year-old Vittinghus ranked 19th on the Badminton World Federation (BWF) ladder is currently in top form having reached the semi-finals of the Malaysia Masters after taking Hong Kong’s Wong Wing Ki Vincent Taiwan’s Wang Tzu Wei and Indonesia’s Anthony Sinisuka Gintingin stride before coming to grief at the hands of Japan’s Nishimoto in the penultimate reckoning All of which means that Kashyap will have to play out of his skin to get beyond the second round There is no other Indian in the main draw of the men’s singles but a couple are in contention for a spot from the qualifying tournament — Abhishek Yeligar and the bustling Subhankar Dey who had given a good account of himself in the recent PBL Yeligar meets Indonesia’s Vega Vio Nirwanda brought in from the standbys and also needs to get past former world No 4 Sony Dwi Kuncoro if he is to make the main draw Dey must show another local lad Panji Ahmed Maulana the exit door and must then sideline the winner of the first-round qualifying match between Frenchman Lucas Corvee and Taipei’s Kan Chao Yu No Indian features in the qualifying draw of the women’s singles but a couple of Indian pairs have made it to the main draw of the men’s doubles National champions Manu Attri and Sumeeth B Reddy have been given the task of tackling Taipei’s Lu Ching Yao and Yang Po Han; and if they win will have the giant Russian Vladimir Ivanov and his fellow-countryman Ivan Sozonov the 2016 All England champions barring their path in the second round The young Indian duo of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty have an even tougher opening match as Japanese eighth seeds Takuto Inoue and Yuki Kaneko will present a strong challenge to their further progress These pairs are in the section of the draw topped by fourth-seeded Danes Mads Pieler Kolding and Mads Conrad-Petersen Surprisingly there is no Indian challenge in either the women’s doubles or the mixed doubles One would have thought that with Rankireddy already competing in the men’s doubles his regular mixed doubles partner Ashwini Ponnappa could have made the trip to Jakarta They would certainly have merited a spot in the main draw although other Indian mixed doubles pairs led by Pranaav Jerry Chopra and Manu Attri might have been hard put to win a spot in even the qualifying rounds All told spectator interest is likely to be concentrated on the women’s singles even more than on the men’s individual event although the Indonesian Masters will see the 2018 debut of the peerless Lin Dan and his compatriot Chen Long who have seven world championship titles and three Olympic gold medals between them New York: Amazoncom Inc’s march in retail and cloud computing showed no sign of slowing on Thursday as the company reported a surge in first-quarter profit and a rosy outlook for the spring both ahead of expectations Amazon’s shares rose 6 percent in after-hours trade Seattle-based Amazon is winning business from older big box rivals by delivering virtually any product to customers at a low cost and at times faster than it takes to buy goods from a physical store It acquired Whole Foods Market for 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