Reuters

Armenian Soccer Federation suspends nation’s second-tier league, 45 get life bans for match-fixing

The Armenian Soccer Federation (FFA) suspended the nation’s second tier with instant impact and disqualified 5 groups after receiving “simple proof” of their involvement in match-fixing. About 45 individuals, together with membership homeowners, gamers and coaches, have been handed with life bans and one other 13 have been banned for various intervals for being concerned…

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Reuters

No days off for Liverpool below Jurgen Klopp: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain after Premier League title win

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has described the tradition Jürgen Klopp has applied at Melwood that ensures there’s no let-up regardless of Liverpool’s success on the pitch. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain with Liverpool supervisor Jurgen Klopp. (Reuters Picture) HIGHLIGHTS There isn’t any days off in any respect and there is not any tolerance for ranges to drop: Chamberlain Liverpool clinched…

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India Today Web Desk

John Buchanan wished to take away Sourav Ganguly from KKR captaincy and it occurred: Aakash Chopra

Aakash Chopra stated that Sourav Ganguly and John Buchanan didn’t have variations initially, nevertheless, with time, issues worsened, a lot in order that the previous Australia World Cup-winning coach wished to get the previous India skipper eliminated because the captain of Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). (Picture credit score: Vikram Sharma/India At this time) Cricketer-turned commentator Aakash…

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Agence France-Presse

‘Hidden language’: Hong Kongers get inventive towards safety regulation

Hong Kongers are discovering inventive methods to voice dissent after Beijing blanketed the town in a brand new safety regulation and police started arresting folks displaying now forbidden political slogans. Confronted with the sudden risk of prosecution for something that may promote higher autonomy or independence for the stressed metropolis, residents are utilizing phrase play…

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Agence France-Presse

Incessant rain triggers floods on Japan’s Kyushu Island; 2 feared useless, 13 lacking

Not less than two individuals have been feared useless and 13 others went lacking in western Japan Saturday as report heavy rain triggered large floods and landslides, forcing authorities to subject evacuation orders for greater than 76,000 residents. The nation’s climate company downgraded rain warnings by one notch from the best emergency stage in Kumamoto…

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