Factbox-Plans for Queen Elizabeth’s state funeral on Monday

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Reuters UK

LONDON (Reuters) – World leaders will join Britain’s royal family, its political elite and members of the military, judiciary and charitable organisations at the state funeral for Queen Elizabeth on Monday. Below are details of what is expected on the day: WESTMINSTER – The queen’s lying in state at Westminster Hall will end at 6:30 a.m. (0530 GMT) on Monday. – Shortly after 10:35 a.m. a bearer party will lift the coffin from the catafalque and carry it to the State Gun Carriage of the Royal Navy. – The State Gun Carriage is a field gun carriage that has previously been used for the funeral… Read More “Factbox-Plans for Queen Elizabeth’s state funeral on Monday”

College Football Week 3 Quick Outs: Top Four Teams Dominate, Penn State(ment), Kansas Rising

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Athlon Sports

By Steven Lassan Here’s everything to know about week 3 of the college football season, including top takeaways, big plays, and under-the-radar tidbits you may have missed. College football didn’t disappoint on Saturday. Although the top teams in Georgia, Alabama, Ohio State and Michigan rolled to easy wins, the slate delivered with big moments thanks to Washington’s win over Michigan State, LSU’s comeback against Mississippi State, and Texas A&M’s rebound victory versus Miami. Did you miss anything from Week 3? Here’s everything to know, highlighted by the top takeaways, big plays, and under-… Read More “College Football Week 3 Quick Outs: Top Four Teams Dominate, Penn State(ment), Kansas Rising”

Over 90 killed in Tajik-Kyrgyz border clashes

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Al-Araby

At least 94 people were killed in clashes between Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan this week, in the worst violence the countries have seen in years, while the international community called for calm. The situation on the contested border between the two Central Asian neighbours was, however, calm on Sunday afternoon, according to Kyrgyz authorities. Clashes regularly erupt between the two former Soviet republics, as around half of their 970-kilometre (600-mile) border is still to be demarcated. Tajikistan said on Sunday that 35 of its citizens were killed, the first official death toll since armed c… Read More “Over 90 killed in Tajik-Kyrgyz border clashes”

Look: NFL Is Very Worried For Joe Burrow

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates It’s been anything but easy for Joe Burrow in Dallas. The former No. 1 pick is receiving little to no protection from his offensive line and the Bengals offense just can’t manage to get anything going through two quarters. Cincinnati’s lack of blocking definitely had fans worried for Burrow, who’s been sacked 11 times in the last six quarters. “Joe Burrow with his new offensive line:” tweeted Pardon My Take. “[Joe Burrow] and his offensive line every snap,” said Kofie. “The Bengals offense is in complete shambles,” tweeted Benjamin Solak of The Ringer. “Burrow pocket management… Read More “Look: NFL Is Very Worried For Joe Burrow”

College Football Reacts To Oregon’s Apology Sunday

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates Weeks after BYU issued an apology for fan behavior at a women’s volleyball game, the University of Oregon did the same after Saturday’s football game vs. the Cougars. A segment of Ducks fans could reportedly be heard chanting “F— the Mormons” after Oregon grabbed an early lead. The school issued a statement on the matter Sunday: The University of Oregon sincerely apologizes for an offensive and disgraceful chant coming from the student section during yesterday’s game against Brigham Young University. These types of actions go against everything the university stands for, and … Read More “College Football Reacts To Oregon’s Apology Sunday”

The French New Wave: how Jean-Luc Godard pioneered a revolution in cinema

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Euronews (English)

Our first part in a series looking back on the French New Wave and Jean-Luc Godard’s influence on cinema. Once in a while there is a paradigmatic shift in the way people understand an art form. In film, the French New Wave was one of those times. And at the heart of the artistic movement was Jean-Luc Godard. Godard, who died aged 91 by assisted suicide this week, was one of the last surviving members of the era. Alongside François Truffaut, Alain Resnais, Éric Rohmer, Agnès Varda and many others, Godard paved a new approach to the medium. His death signals the passing of an epoch. But what exa… Read More “The French New Wave: how Jean-Luc Godard pioneered a revolution in cinema”

#Nuggets: The magic of App State, a great day out West, and the rise of the basketball schools

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Football Scoop

By Zach Barnett The most comprehensive 1-click college football recap on the Internet. NUGGETS Only college football can give us a team like App State. Losing a game in which it scored 40 points in a quarter has somehow become the fourth most interesting thing to happen to App State in its first three weeks. After dropping a 63-61 home game against North Carolina, the Mountaineers beat No. 6 Texas A&M, hosted College GameDay, then pulled off a miracle of all miracles. Consider that App State turned the ball over on downs at Troy’s 2-yard line, trailing 28-24. The stand occurred in the same end… Read More “#Nuggets: The magic of App State, a great day out West, and the rise of the basketball schools”

Türkiye reaches agreement with Russia on construction of Akkuyu nuclear power plant – Erdogan

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Azer News

By Trend An agreement was reached on the construction of the Akkuyunuclear power plant in the province of Mersin, Turkish PresidentRecep Tayyip Erdogan said this, commenting on the construction ofthe first Akkuyu nuclear power plant in Türkiye, Trend reports. Erdogan noted that a corresponding agreement was reached at ameeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Samarkand. “At the moment, [the Russian side] has reached an agreement withthe Turkish company IC. The construction of the nuclear power plantwill continue with active topics in order to commission the firstpower unit during 2023,… Read More “Türkiye reaches agreement with Russia on construction of Akkuyu nuclear power plant – Erdogan”

Türkiye aims for SCO membership – Erdogan

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By Trend Türkiye aims to become a member of the Shanghai CooperationOrganization (SCO), Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said,Trend reports citing Turkish media. “Of course, we are not part of the “Shanghai Five”. Weparticipated in the summit as special guests at the invitation ofUzbekistan,” Erdogan said. He noted that with membership in the SCO, Türkiye’s relationswith the participating countries will reach a new level. — Follow us on Twitter @AzerNewsAz Read More “Türkiye aims for SCO membership – Erdogan”

SCO member states interested in transport projects implemented in Azerbaijan – experts

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Azer News

By Trend Azerbaijan is recognized as an important transport and logisticscenter of the region. The international transport corridorsEast-West, North-South and South-West, passing through theterritory of the country, are beneficial for the transportation ofgoods both in terms of distance and time savings. TheBaku-Tbilisi-Kars railway and the Baku International Sea Trade Portfurther expand the possibilities of these transport corridors. Ilgar Velizade, Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, told Trendthat Azerbaijan is a very important partner for a number ofstates. “It is enough to note that the tr… Read More “SCO member states interested in transport projects implemented in Azerbaijan – experts”