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A snapshot of life as the end looms

Doctor takes photos of patients and their families to help them negotiate the final journey, Li Yingxue reports. One doctor’s medicine is more than prescribing painkillers or drugs, vital though they are. As the day shift at his hospital ends at 6 pm, Yao Shuai picks up a piece...

Netanyahu’s political fate on the line as Israelis vote

JERUSALEM – Israel voted in its second election in five months on Tuesday that will decide whether to extend Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s term as the country’s longest-serving prime minister despite corruption allegations against him. The stakes could not be much higher for the 69-year-old right-wing leader who, as...

Lagarde wins approval as head of ECB

She’ll take central bank post as European economy faces Brexit, other challenges The European Parliament approved Christine Lagarde on Tuesday as the next president of the European Central Bank, at a time when the European economy is challenged by Brexit and trade conflicts. Lagarde received 394 votes in favor...

NSW consider John Folau to fill Taqele's big shoes

Why limit yourself to one Folau when you can have two? That is the question the Waratahs are pondering after bringing John Folau, the younger brother of star fullback Israel, into their pre-season training squad. Unlike other Australian Super Rugby franchises, NSW are entering the 2019 season with a...

Napoli 2-0 Liverpool: CL defence begins with defeat

Liverpool suffered another Champions League defeat in Naples after two late goals earned Napoli a 2-0 win on Tuesday night. Click Here: kanken kids cheap The Group E opener had looked to be drifting towards a goalless draw before Andrew Robertson was somewhat harshly penalised for a foul on...

Coutinho claims Bayern ‘more of a family’ than Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho says Bayern Munich has been “more of a family than my old clubs”. Coutinho joined Bayern on a season-long loan this summer after his move to Barcelona failed to lift off. The Brazilian won two La Liga titles and a Copa del Rey but struggled to settle...

Everton scout has a pop at ‘not unbeatable’ Liverpool defence

Everton scout Carlo Jacomuzzi says European champions Liverpool “leave a lot to be desired in defence”. Liverpool face Napoli to start their Champions League title defence on Tuesday, with Jacomuzzi suggesting the Italians can “achieve an important result” at the San Paolo. He feels that Liverpool’s defence is a...

Neville names three he would sign for Man United’s ‘spine’

Gary Neville has named the three players he would sign to implement a “spine” for success at Manchester United. Neville feels that the Premier League’s two best teams, Liverpool and Manchester City, have built their success on solid central foundations. The “unbelievable players” running through their squads has provided...

Villa boss offers thoughts after teammates clash during draw

Aston Villa boss Dean Smith played down the headbutt incident involving Tyrone Mings and Anwar El Ghazi after his players shook hands in the dressing room at half-time. The main talking point of Villa’s goalless home draw against West Ham came late in the first half when Mings and...

Shanghai Astronomy Museum completes lighting tests

The Shanghai Astronomy Museum, which will become the world’s largest when it officially opens in 2021, has recently completed testing of the lighting systems for its main building and landscape. Located in Pudong New Area, the 38,164-square-meter facility comprises one main structure and other buildings such as observatories with...