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Kiev have come to beat Man City, warns Yarmolenko
Mar15

Kiev have come to beat Man City, warns Yarmolenko

Yarmolenko insists Dynamo Kiev will be gunning for victory Dynamo Kiev will face Manchester City on Tuesday believing they can cause a shock, Andriy Yarmolenko has warned. A superb display from City in the first leg of the Champions League last-16 tie saw them run out 3-1 winners, putting them firmly in the driving seat ahead of the return...

Man City v Dynamo Kiev: In words and numbers
Mar14

Man City v Dynamo Kiev: In words and numbers

A look ahead to Manchester City’s last 16 second leg clash against Dynamo Kiev. A convincing 3-1 win in Ukraine against Dynamo Kiev on February 24 has Manuel Pellegrini’s men in pole position to reach the last eight for the first time in their history ahead of Tuesday’s second leg at the Etihad Stadium. Tags: UEFA Champions...

Silva ankle still not right – Pellegrini
Mar14

Silva ankle still not right – Pellegrini

Pellegrini says Silva is still playing with an ankle injury Manchester City playmaker David Silva is continuing to play through the pain of a persistent ankle problem. Spain international Silva was restricted to one Premier League start in three months earlier in the campaign due to the complaint. The 30-year-old has since struggled for...

Manchester City v Dynamo Kiev
Mar14

Manchester City v Dynamo Kiev

Fernandinho urges team-mates to grasp opportunity Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho has urged his team-mates to grasp the opportunity of claiming a Champions League quarter-final place when they host Dynamo Kiev on Tuesday. Manuel Pellegrini’s men are strongly positioned to reach the last eight of the tournament for the first time...

Jamaica listed as the ‘third deadliest place’ for British tourists
Mar13

Jamaica listed as the ‘third deadliest place’ for British tourists

Jamaica has been listed among the top three deadliest places for British nationals to visit globally. The deadliest places for British tourists to visit around the world have been revealed to be Pakistan, Tunisia and Jamaica, which were listed as the three top murder hotspots for British holidaymakers, the latest figures have shown. It comes...

World Anti-Doping Agency says 99 meldonium cases this year
Mar11

World Anti-Doping Agency says 99 meldonium cases this year

The drug at the center of the Maria Sharapova doping case has produced 99 positive tests so far this year, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said Friday. WADA spokesman Ben Nichols told The Associated Press in an e-mail that since meldonium was banned on Jan. 1 “there have been 99 adverse analytical findings” for the drug. Nichols...

IAAF: No reinstatement for Russian track at this stage
Mar11

IAAF: No reinstatement for Russian track at this stage

Russia’s track and field federation has not yet done enough to reform its anti-doping program in order to have its athletes reinstated to global competition, the IAAF said Friday. The sport’s world governing body said it will likely decide in May whether Russian athletes will be readmitted or not in time for the Olympics in Rio de...

MEPs Calling for Savchenko””s Release Support Journalists”” Murder
Mar10

MEPs Calling for Savchenko””s Release Support Journalists”” Murder

10 de marzo de 2016, 09:36Moscow, Mar 10 (Prensa Latina) The Russian lawmaker, Irina Yarovaya, said today that the MEPs calling for the release of the Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko want to promote and absolve the murders of journalists. …read more Source: Prensa...

USA Pushes for Ukrainian Pilot On Trial in Russia
Mar09

USA Pushes for Ukrainian Pilot On Trial in Russia

09 de marzo de 2016, 09:29Moscow, Mar 9 (Prensa Latina) Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova reported today that the US is trying to pressure a Russian court judging the Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko, charged with the murder of two Russian journalists in Donbass. …read more Source: Prensa...

Malaysia Airlines out of danger 2 years after MH370 disaster
Mar06

Malaysia Airlines out of danger 2 years after MH370 disaster

Malaysia Airlines is out of intensive care. Now it’s working on long-term rehabilitation. Two years ago this week, disaster struck when Flight 370 vanished, leaving the company reeling from a crisis magnified months later by the downing of a second Boeing 777 over Ukraine. Shunned by travelers and already ailing from years of mismanagement...

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