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World Media Leeds United: Keane has no regrets over Republic of Ireland retirement
Author: 0 Leeds United: Keane has no regrets over Republic of Ireland retirement

Over 18 years have passed since Keane made his Ireland debut against the Czech Republic in 1998, it will be a long time before Ireland sees his like again. Keane left the field to a standing ovation early in the second half before Walters fired in the fourth of the night. Ireland: Kieran Westwood (Darren Randolph 45); Cyrus Christie, Marc Wilson, Ciaran Clark, Robbie Brady (Stephen Ward 45), Stephen Quinn (Callum O'Dowda 64), Glenn Whelan (Jeff Hendrick, 45), Harry Arter, Jon Walters, ...

World Media Deutsche Bank CEO Cryan Wants European Banking Mergers, Between Others
Author: 0 Deutsche Bank CEO Cryan Wants European Banking Mergers, Between Others

Deutsche Bank , which runs Europe's largest investment bank, has lost 42% of value this year after announcing thousands of jobs cuts last year and suspended dividend payments. ECB money printing has exposed the flaws in that strategy, forcing some banks to try to charge for services or even deposits, until recently a taboo in Germany.

World Media Vikings QB Bridgewater vows to attack rehab from knee injury
Author: 0 Vikings QB Bridgewater vows to attack rehab from knee injury

Bridgewater suffered a non-contact knee injury while dropping back to pass, and it was so jolting that coach Mike Zimmer immediately ended practice. Ryan explained, based on his experience treating multiple players having dislocated knees, that "this type of an injury can quickly escalate from an orthopedic injury to a medical emergency because of the high risk of damage to local nerves and blood vessels".

World Media Steve Jobs was Working on the Apple TV Before He Died
Author: 0 Steve Jobs was Working on the Apple TV Before He Died

Today, Walt Mossberg of Re/code has relit that same Apple TV set fire and has revealed to the world something that will only spark some excitement. I want you to come out, in a few months, and I want to show it to you.'"According to Mossberg, Jobs didn't share in-depth information about his television ambitions, offering no details on hardware or programming, but Mossberg believes he was talking about a full integrated television set and software experience".

World Media Letter warns clients of new thefts — SWIFT hacked AGAIN
Author: 0 Letter warns clients of new thefts — SWIFT hacked AGAIN

While the banks concerned have been blamed for weak internal security controls - Bangladesh Bank barely firewalled its payments system terminals from the rest of its network - SWIFT has also been accused of not taking the threat to its infrastructure seriously enough.

World Media 11 injured when ferry hits kayakers on Hudson River
Author: 0 11 injured when ferry hits kayakers on Hudson River

NY authorities say multiple kayakers were injured when they were hit by a ferry on the river on Tuesday. Five kayakers were taken to Bellevue Hospital and Mount Sinai Roosevelt Hospital with minor injuries, but the instructor's arm was almost severed in the accident, an officer of the New York Police Department Harbor Unit said.

Author: 0 Bomb blast heard at Brussels police building

The incident took place at about 2:00 local time (00:00 GMT). Belgium has been on terror alert (level three, with a maximum of four) since the bomb attacks hit the city's airport and metro, leaving 32 people dead. When asked whether the attack could be terrorism she said: "It is a path we are looking down". "It's a criminal act", Van Wymersch told Associated Press .

World Media Hillary Clinton: Foundation 'looking for partners'
Author: 0 Hillary Clinton: Foundation 'looking for partners'

Trump is rejecting Clinton's allegations, defending his hard-line approach to immigration while trying to make the case to minority voters that Democrats have abandoned them. "We're going to be testing (transferring responsibility), and that's why the Clinton Foundation is looking for partners. not necessarily the same partner for all of the work".

World Media Australian State to Ban Fracking Due to Community Pressure
Author: 0 Australian State to Ban Fracking Due to Community Pressure

Victoria's agriculture sector is largely opposed to fracking due to its potential environmental and health risks. The Victorian government assured that the ban will certainly reduce the anxiety felt by farmers about environment and health risks associated with fracking.

World Media Brian Molefe: 'I met the Guptas, but I'm not captured'
Author: 0 Brian Molefe: 'I met the Guptas, but I'm not captured'

Treasury is reviewing Eskom's coal contracts. In today's statement the Treasury said, "National Treasury has also noted with concern the statement issued by Eskom on Sunday, August 28 2016 suggesting that it has been co-operating with the process of reviews of the coal contracts".

Author: 0 United States alarmed by surge in fighting as Turks target Kurd militias

The Pentagon hopes USA -backed forces can eventually retake the Syrian city of Raqqa from Islamic State. "We want to make clear that we find these clashes unacceptable and they are a source of deep concern", Cook said. The operations have left Turkey exposed to reprisal attacks by Islamic State and Kurdish militants, both blamed for a string of bombings over the past year.

World Media Crossbow suspect alleged to have killed mother, brothers
Author: 0 Crossbow suspect alleged to have killed mother, brothers

Susan Ryan, Christopher Ryan, and Alexander Ryan were killed. Ryan was previously charged in relation to more than a dozen robberies committed across Toronto and Durham Region in 2008. Investigators are looking to speak to anyone who may have spoken to the accused between 7:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. on August 25, and are asking anyone with information to contact police or CrimeStoppers.

World Media North Korea: Diplomat who defected to South Korea a 'criminal'
Author: 0 North Korea: Diplomat who defected to South Korea a 'criminal'

KCNA didn't identify Thae by name, but said North Korea had ordered the "fugitive" who had worked at the embassy in Britain to return to the North in June to be investigated for a series of crimes, including embezzling government funds, leaking state secrets and sexually assaulting a minor.

Author: 0 Maine Gov. Paul LePage Says Resignation Rumors 'Greatly Exaggerated'

He said his daughter has been "harassed enormously". "Regarding rumors of resignation, to paraphrase Mark Twain: 'The reports of my political demise are greatly exaggerated, '" LePage wrote. LePage has blamed liberals for inserting race into his comments and distorting his meaning. He said they showed that 90% were "black and Hispanic people from Waterbury, Connecticut; the Bronx; and Brooklyn'".

Author: 0 Hundreds of migrants rescued off Libya

The Italian coast guard said the rescued migrants are being taken to ports in Calabria and Sicily. Thousands of migrants from Somalia and Eritrea were rescued off the coast of Libya on Monday. Over the past year, 105,342 migrants have reached Italy by boat, majority setting off from Libya. Of those who attempted the crossing, 3,165 people have died at sea, authorities said.

Author: 0 PM Modi to hold talks with Myanmar President Htin Kyaw today

Suu Kyi, a Nobel Peace Prize victor, has made ending the almost 70 years of fighting the first priority of her newly minted government, which took over from the military in March after sweeping the first free election in generations. Modi and Kyaw on Monday reaffirmed their commitment to further strengthen bilateral security and defence cooperation, which, according to them, was crucial for maintaining peace and stability along the long India-Myanmar border.

World Media Ill Irish Official Hickey Released
Author: 0 Ill Irish Official Hickey Released

The 71-year-old was also ordered to return his passport to Brazilian authorities, preventing him from leaving the scountry. Mr. Mallon was released from Bangu prison over the weekend and while neither of them have been formally charged with anything, it will ultimately be up to a judge to decide whether they have cases to answer or should be allowed leave Rio and return to Ireland.

World Media Vladimir Putin, of Florida, arrested on trespassing charges
Author: 0 Vladimir Putin, of Florida, arrested on trespassing charges

Putin was apparently too much for store employees and managers to handle. He also resisted arrest after police arrived at the scene, it is alleged. According to CBS12, he told police he "missed his ride". Just in case you're wondering, the Mr. Putin arrested in Florida is not related to the president of Russian Federation. Police originally listed Putin as a John Doe because he refused to give any personal information.

Author: 0 Bangladesh police kill 3, including suspect in Dhaka attack

The shootout Saturday morning took place at a two-story house in the Narayanganj district near Dhaka after police received a tip that the militants were hiding there, top counterterrorism official Monirul Islam said. According to the investigators, he had accompanied the five attackers from their Bashundhara flat to Gulshan, Dhaka and left the area after bidding them farewell just before the cafe siege began on July 1.

World Media American University of Afghanistan attack leaves 12 dead
Author: 0 American University of Afghanistan attack leaves 12 dead

Students and staff were trapped inside the university during the attack, which police said was now over. The assault began just before 7 p.m. Wednesday - a time when hundreds of students typically attend evening classes at the prestigious university - with a suicide auto bombing at the university's entrance.

Author: 0 North Korea's Kim Jong Un declares sub missile launch 'greatest success'

That is why experts say the successful development of an SLBM program in the North could be problematic for Japan, the United States, and South Korea because SLBMs are hard to intercept by current missile defense systems, including the Patriot Advanced Capability (PAC-3), the SM 3 and the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) sytem that the US plans to deploy in South Korea.

World Media Kerry urges Bangladesh to step up efforts against terrorism
Author: 0 Kerry urges Bangladesh to step up efforts against terrorism

US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in India on Monday for talks on ambitious plans to hike trade between the world's two largest democracies five-fold to around $100 billion. Sheikh Hasina said that terrorism was now a global problem, and the government was working to create mass awareness against this menace. The shootings came just two days after police killed the suspected mastermind of the cafe attack during a gunbattle outside Dhaka .

World Media Lightning strike kills more than 300 reindeer in Norway
Author: 0 Lightning strike kills more than 300 reindeer in Norway

According to local animal experts, reindeer tend to stick close together especially during tough weather conditions. Five others needed to be put down due to the severity of the injuries. Massive reindeer flocks migrate across the mountain plateau as the season's change. Although the animals don't appear to have died of illness, there was an outbreak of chronic wasting disease in a reindeer herd in northern Norway earlier this year that killed at least one animal.

Author: 0 Uzbek President Islam Karimov taken to hospital after stroke

The statement gave no details about the nature of the illness suffered by the 78-year-old president. Karimov, who tolerates no dissent, has ruled Uzbekistan since Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev made him the republic's Communist Party chief in 1989.

World Media University of Wisconsin-Madison is top party school in US
Author: 0 University of Wisconsin-Madison is top party school in US

The lists are entirely based on The Princeton Review's survey of students attending the colleges. According to The Princeton Review, they rank the schools on criteria such as daily hours spent studying, alcohol and drug usage and popularity of frats and sororities.

World Media Aussie aid worker released by captors in Afghanistan: FM
Author: 0 Aussie aid worker released by captors in Afghanistan: FM

Kerry Jane Wilson, 60, was working with an NGO when she was taken from the company's office in Jalalabad by armed men in military-style uniforms. "As a result of our efforts, she has been safely released". The Afghan capital Kabul is infested with organized criminal gangs who stage kidnappings for ransom, often targeting foreigners and wealthy locals, and sometimes handing them over to insurgent groups.

World Media GOP presidential nominee Trump plans major ad buy Monday
Author: 0 GOP presidential nominee Trump plans major ad buy Monday

But despite the never-ending torrent of bigotry and obfuscation streaming from the mouth (and fingers ) of the Republican candidate, new polling shows that Donald Trump is still neck and neck with rival Hillary Clinton. "African-Americans will vote for Trump because they know I will stop the slaughter going on!" The speech has been rescheduled at least once. Trump's campaign had scheduled it for last Thursday, then canceled it.

World Media Philippine president says no genocide in his bloody drug war
Author: 0 Philippine president says no genocide in his bloody drug war

He also took the occasion to hit back at critics of his anti-drugs campaign, amid its rising body count of mostly poor street-level traffickers. In the first place, I'd like to be frank with you: Are they humans? Chief Superintendent Jose Gentiles, the chief of the Western Visayas regional police, said Melvin Odicta and his wife Meriam were felled by bullets fired by the assassin after they disembarked from a passenger ferry that docked at the Caticlan port before dawn on Monday.

Author: 0 ISIS Bombs Yemen Army Recruiter, Killing At Least 71

There, the newcomers would have been prepared to fight Shiite Houthi rebels in the north, near the border with Saudi Arabia, he added . The men were at staging area near two schools and a mosque when, witnesses say, a pickup truck suddenly sped through the gate as a food delivery arrived.

Author: 0 Kerry arrives in India for trade, security talks

NEW DELHI (AP) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry called Monday for Bangladesh to step up efforts to fight extremist violence, come to terms with links between local and worldwide militants and protect and promote human rights. About his visit to the historic Bangabandhu Memorial Museum at Dhanmondi-32 in the capital, Kerry said he was really impressed to see the historical evidence in the house.

World Media Turkish shelling kills 20 civilians in northern Syria
Author: 0 Turkish shelling kills 20 civilians in northern Syria

But neither side gave pledges on getting much-needed aid into the city. Other civilians were escorted to shelters in government-controlled suburbs of Damascus . Turkish warplanes and artillery struck targets held by the Kurdish YPG militia in north Syria, security sources said. Turkey is a leading backer of the rebels fighting to overthrow Syrian President Bashar Assad, but both Ankara and Damascus share concerns over Kurdish ambitions for autonomy.