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    Mourinho faces judgement day in Champions League clash against Kiev
    Nov03

    Mourinho faces judgement day in Champions League clash against Kiev

    LONDON – Jose Mourinho admits Chelsea have no margin for error as the pressure mounts on the beleaguered Blues boss ahead of Wednesday’s crucial Champions League clash against Dynamo Kiev. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    Champions League: Jose Mourinho needs a win as Dynamo Kiev visit London
    Nov03

    Champions League: Jose Mourinho needs a win as Dynamo Kiev visit London

    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho will be scrutinised more closely than ever as his ailing side take on Dynamo Kiev in Champions League Group G on Wednesday. Despite having won the competition twice, with Porto and Inter Milan, the Portugese is under increasing pressure now that the Premier League champions have been beaten five times in their past...

    Football: Under-fire Mourinho faces judgement day
    Nov03

    Football: Under-fire Mourinho faces judgement day

    LONDON (AFP) – Jose Mourinho admits Chelsea have no margin for error as the pressure mounts on the beleaguered Blues boss ahead of Wednesdays crucial Champions League clash against Dynamo Kiev.Mourinho faces one of the most significant moments in his long and illustrious career when Kiev visit Stamford Bridge for a match he cannot afford to...

    Conflicting claims fuel confusion over Metrojet disaster cause
    Nov03

    Conflicting claims fuel confusion over Metrojet disaster cause

    GWEN IFILL: Officials from at least five countries are investigating why a Russian jetliner broke up in midair and crashed in Egypt this weekend. There are many questions tonight, but little agreement so far that may have explained what happened. Wreckage lay strewn across miles of desert after Saturday’s crash, leaving a giant mangled...

    What we know so far about the Metrojet mystery
    Nov03

    What we know so far about the Metrojet mystery

    GWEN IFILL: So, what do we know so far? For more, I’m joined by Alan Diehl, a former investigator for the National Transportation Safety Board, and the author of “Air Safety Investigators: Using Science to Save Lives.” Alan Diehl, I want to walk you through some of the theories we have heard so far today and which we heard just now in that...

    Police raids Tatar TV
    Nov03

    Police raids Tatar TV

    SIMFEROPOL: Russian police searched the offices of a Tatar TV channel in Crimea early on Monday as well as homes of its employees, its deputy director …read more Source: The News...

    PH under fire for unsolved killing of journalists
    Nov03

    PH under fire for unsolved killing of journalists

    Filipino families gather around tombs that are placed on top of each other inside Manila’s North cemetery, Philippines on Sunday. Filipinos flocked to cemeteries and memorial parks to remember their dead as they observe All Saints Day in this predominantly Roman Catholic country. (AP/Aaron Favila)The Philippines is one of four countries...

    World Briefing: Russia: Librarian Is Accused of Allowing Access to Banned Ukrainian Books
    Nov03

    World Briefing: Russia: Librarian Is Accused of Allowing Access to Banned Ukrainian Books

    The director of the library, Natalia Sharina, was placed under house arrest and could face as much as five years in prison. …read more Source: The New York...

    The Man Who Flew Like a Bird by Svetlana Alexievich
    Nov03

    The Man Who Flew Like a Bird by Svetlana Alexievich

    IntroductionOn October 8, the Nobel Committee announced that the 2015 Nobel Prize for Literature was being awarded to Svetlana Alexievich, a writer and journalist whose body of work is unique both in scope and in genre. The bare facts of Alexievich’s biography reflect the nature of her greater subject: the memory, aspirations, tragedy, and...

    Football: Under-fire Mourinho hit with stadium ban, fine
    Nov03

    Football: Under-fire Mourinho hit with stadium ban, fine

    LONDON (AFP) – Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been hit with a one-match stadium ban and a 40,000 pound ($61,680, 56,000 euros) fine after admitting to a charge of misconduct, the Football Association announced on Monday.The charge related to Mourinhos conduct towards referee Jon Moss during Chelseas recent 2-1 loss at West Ham United,...