FBI Accused of Infiltrating Guantánamo Defense Team

The U.S. government on Monday slammed the brakes on proceedings in the military trial of 9/11 suspects at Guantánamo Bay following charges that the FBI infiltrated and spied on their defense team. The halt is just the latest setback for a trial process that has been embroiled in charges...

Legacy of US Nuclear Weapons Still Killing Uranium Miners Decades Later: Study

The race by the U.S. and British governments to build nuclear arms and power plants in the 1970s has left behind a deadly—and largely ignored—legacy for those who worked at the world’s oldest open-pit uranium mine in Namibia. Click Here: cheap INTERNATIONAL jersey Workers who mined uranium ore in...

"Consequences," warns Putin, If Ukraine Starts Killing Its Own

Russian President Vladimir Putin is warning that serious, though unspecified, “consequences” could follow after Ukrainian troops reportedly killed five pro-Russian separatists in the east of the country. “If, in fact, the Kiev regime has started to use the armed forces against people inside the country, then, with no doubt,...

Re-launch Amsterdam fashion brand Zoe Karssen

Fashion brand focuses on limited editions, creativity and sustainability Fashion brand Zoe Karssen was revived on September 24th. From that day on the new website is live, on which the new collection can be found. This collection gives a new interpretation to the brand, but retains its quirky, distinctive...

Horner sees ‘exciting times ahead’ for Verstappen

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner believes that Max Verstappen’s ongoing development as a driver ensures that “exciting times” await the Dutchman in the future. Verstappen took Formula 1 by storm when he stepped up to the pinnacle of motorsport with Toro Rosso in 2015 and became at 17...

Dyche ‘can’t see a problem’ with £14.95 pay-per-view

Burnley boss Sean Dyche “can’t see a problem” with the decision to make Premier League games pay-per-view, despite recognising it will be “a challenge for some families”. The league announced last week that matches in October not selected for regular television coverage would be available on a PPV basis...

Everton legend excited by a team ‘that is going somewhere’

Everton head into a Merseyside derby top of the league for the first time since September 1989 and former striker Graeme Sharp is hopeful a return to their 1980s heyday is just around the corner. The Toffees won two league titles and the FA Cup during that decade but...

Arteta wants Wenger ‘closer to Arsenal’ despite ‘shadow’ concern

Mikel Arteta insists he would like to have Arsene Wenger “closer” to Arsenal as he believes he can “learn a lot” from the Gunners legend. Wenger has not been back to the Emirates since his departure in May 2018, concerned his presence may have cast a “shadow” over the...

Liverpool ‘hierarchy’ vetoed return of popular former player

Liverpool decided against bringing back Pepe Reina after ‘desperate’ Simon Mignolet’s departure. Mignolet left Liverpool in August 2019 after a season as Alisson’s understudy, choosing instead to become a starter at Club Brugge. The 32-year-old was ‘desperate to get away’ and feature regularly, according to The Athletic, who claim...

Dalglish sidesteps difficult question over ‘Suarez episode’

Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish opted not to discuss “the Luis Suarez episode” when asked about the incident by Alan Shearer. Dalglish was the Liverpool manager when former striker Suarez was found guilty by a three-man FA panel of racially abusing Manchester United defender Patrice Evra during a game in...