Aged 29 and starting just 29% of Liverpool’s Premier League games, it might be time for Dejan Lovren to find himself a new club where he can start week in, week out. Luckily for him, Lazio in Italy are reportedly looking for a new ‘top’ defender this summer, and the Croatia international is the latest profile to be added to their list.The news comes from Il Messaggero in Italy, who claim ‘everyone agrees’ the centre-back fits the kind of player the club are looking for, ideal to slot in right next to Francesco Acerbi.Liverpool are said to have given Lovren the green light to talk to club after the Champions League, with a view to making somewhere between €10-12m from the defender’s sale, whom they bought off Southampton for £22.8m back in 2014.Embed from Getty ImagesThe Reds’ relationship with Lazio is said to be good after successful talks for Lucas Leiva and Luis Alberto in the past, even if the whole Bobby Adekanye situation wasn’t ideal.Five years and a contract extension later, it seems the Reds and the 29-year-old are finally ending their adventure together, although the defender probably won’t be short of offers, with Napoli and Milan also said to be taking a look at him.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameBuild a City, Trade With Your Neighbors, Play With Your FriendsForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoDating.comTung Chung is actually full of single men. Check them out on this premium dating site!Dating.comUndo熱門話題小心會長過頭…網友推爆:「真的長得超誇張!」熱門話題UndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoMisterStocksThese Hilarious Photos Were Captured On The SubwayMisterStocksUndoPerfect-Dating.comThousands of successful men are looking for women in Tung ChungPerfect-Dating.comUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉（今晚試試）Keto减肥UndoSmart Tech TrendOver 60? You Have to Try Those Revolutionary Glasses!Smart Tech TrendUndo
Tigers fall to 0-2 in Wisconsin Valley ConferenceBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterMARSHFIELD — Stevens Point outshot Marshfield by 26 and scored three goals in each of the first two periods to beat the Tigers 6-0 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference boys hockey game Thursday night at the Marshfield Youth Ice Center.Brock Caufield scored twice in the first period, and Cole Caufield scored two goals in the second for the Panthers (5-1, 1-0 Wisconsin Valley Conference).Hayden Roy-Peterson made 31 saves for Marshfield, which falls to 1-4 and 0-2 in the WVC.Marshfield’s next game is Tuesday at Wisconsin Rapids.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)Panthers 6, Tigers 0Stevens Point 3 3 0 – 6Marshfield 0 0 0 – 0First period: 1. SP, Brock Caufield (Cole Caufield), pp., 2:05; 2. SP, Grant Czaikowski (Max Bancker), 3:39; 3. SP, B. Caufield (C. Caufield), pp., 9:31.Second period: 4. SP, Zane Fisher (Chase Miller, Treyton Zinda), pp., 8:48; 5. SP, C. Caufield, 10:13; 6. SP, C. Caufield (Jarrett Jones), 15:00.Saves: SP, Colin Schuh 4-5-2-11; M, Haydon Roy-Peterson 17-8-6-31.Records: Stevens Point 4-1, 1-0 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 1-4, 0-2 WVC.
By Hub City Times staffSPENCER – The Spencer/Columbus football team beat Altoona on Oct. 18 at home and heads into the playoffs for the sixth consecutive year.“I was proud of our effort,” said Head Coach Jason Gorst. “We made some pretty big plays on our returns that gave us a short field on offense. We were efficient and did not make big mistakes.”S/C jumped ahead in the first quarter when Eden Jacobson ran in a nine-yard touchdown, then secured a two-point conversion.The second quarter brought scoring by both teams, with Austin Bacon running in a touchdown and following that up with a two-point conversion.Spencer Columbus quarterback Gage Stratman runs the ball during the first quarter of their homecoming game against Altoona. Hub City Times staff photo.Altoona was able to earn a touchdown run, but S/C came back with a 20-yard Bacon touchdown run and another Jacobson two-point conversion. That ended scoring in the first half at 24-6.S/C continued its run in the third quarter with a touchdown run from Hayden Bauman and two from Jacobson.Altoona also grabbed another touchdown in the third quarter, but remained scoreless in the fourth.Max McGiveron’s 33-yeard touchdown run in the fourth quarter, followed by a Zach Dunbar extra point, ended the game at 49-12.
Tags:#web josh catone 1 Many of Facebook’s users are young, and $1 is a small enough amount that it seems like an affordable way to give to charity. Changing the Present frames its offers in such a way that $1 also seems like it can go a long way.It incentivizes giving by allowing users to interact on a personal level with friends and effect positive social change with and for their friends. Giving gifts is fun (Facebook’s $1 gifts remain popular even in the face of so much free competition), so it is smart to tap into that trend.It publicizes giving. It will be harder for people to receive a gift without returning the sentiment when it is tied to a worthy progressive cause, and the $1 price tag means nearly all of Facebook’s users can afford an in kind response.It is interesting to see how non-profits are utilizing web 2.0 sites and ideas to socialize giving and raise money. Changing the Present is tapping into Facebook in a smart way that could raise a lot of money for non-profit causes, especially with the holiday season fast approaching.Update: Allen Stern points me to a video he made of Changing the Present presenting their Facebook app at the NY Tech Meetup last week over on CenterNetworks. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… The Changing the Present app allows users to give “meaningful gifts” that contribute $1 each to a progressive cause. The idea could resonate with Facebook’s users for a number of reasons: Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Related Posts There are a ton of free gift apps on Facebook, which begs the question, why would you ever spend $1 on one of Facebook’s official gifts? Or even more ludicrous, why would you spend $1 on gifts from a third party application? Non-profit gift giving site Changing the Present has an answer for that question.Changing the Present is a 501c3 non-profit organization that matches people with gift donations. They offer thousands of ways to give to hundreds of non-profits making the process of donating to a social causes in someone’s name a painless one. They’ve just launched a Facebook application that they hope will turn the site’s 42 million users on to non-profit giving by tapping into the virtual gift fad. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…
zoom Piraeus Port Authority (PPA) has signed a new Collective Labor Agreement with the employees’ representatives of PPA personnel.The deal was signed in accordance with the provisions of Law 1876/1990 and after long negotiations with Labor Unions and PPA Management.PPA informed that the new agreement has a validity period of two years.“The new collective labor agreement in conjunction with the new General Staff Regulations ensure the remuneration and working conditions for all employees, contributing positively to the transition of PPA to a new era of growth and prosperity,” Captain Fu Chengqiu, CEO of PPA SA, said.In June 2017, PPA entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Shanghai International Port Group to develop synergies that will improve trade and create new business opportunities.Under the deal, the parties plan to cooperate on project studies, staff training, information exchange, and technical assistance.In August 2016, port operator Cosco Group (Hong Kong) Limited officially acquired a 51 percent stake in the Greek Piraeus Port Authority for EUR 280.5 million. The company has an option to acquire the remaining share of 16 percent in the port over a period of five years for EUR 88 million.
APTN NewsOTTAWA – The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops will hold a news conference in Ottawa Wednesday and explain Pope Francis’ position on the church’s role in Indian residential schools and why he won’t apologize.APTN News will carry the news conference LIVE on its Facebook page: APTN News FacebookAccording to a release sent out Tuesday, the Bishops say it’s incorrect to suggest that Francis is refusing to apologize to survivors of Canada’s notoriously abusive residential schools.The conference has sent a background paper to MPs and senators in a bid to clarify what it characterizes as “misunderstandings and factual errors” in media reports about the Pope’s decision not to personally apologize for the role played by the Roman Catholic Church in operating the schools.The paper suggests that under the church’s decentralized structure, it’s not appropriate for the Pope to apologize, that it’s best left to Canadian bishops to pursue engagement and reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples.A papal apology was one of 94 Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.See Call to Action #58 here: TRCLate last month, Bishop Lionel Gendron, president of the conference of bishops, issued a letter to Indigenous Peoples in Canada, indicating that “after carefully considering the request and extensive dialogue with the bishops of Canada, (the Pope) felt that he could not personally respond.”That letter disappointed Indigenous leaders and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who had personally asked Pope Francis during a visit to the Vatican last year to consider an apology; it also prompted the NDP to propose a motion _ supported by the governing Liberals and expected to be debated in the House of Commons this week _ calling on the bishops to invite Pope Francis to come to Canada to apologize.In the background paper sent this week, the conference of bishops says neither the Holy See nor the conference were involved in running the residential schools. But it says the 50 “autonomous” Roman Catholic entities that did operate schools have publicly apologized, both collectively and individually, and paid nearly $60 million in compensation and other payments under a 2006 settlement agreement.Moreover, the paper notes that the conference of bishops has “on a number of occasions expressed regret and remorse at the involvement by various Catholics” in the schools.As well, Pope Benedict met with a delegation of Indigenous leaders in 2009 “and expressed sorrow and regret for the abuses suffered” in the schools. At that time, the paper notes that Phil Fontaine, then national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, declared that the meeting with Pope Benedict “closes the circle of reconciliation.”“To suggest that the Catholic community has not accepted responsibility for its involvement in residential schools is simply inaccurate. The Catholic Church has apologized in the way it is structured,” the paper says.As for Pope Francis, the paper says he’s encouraging Canadian bishops to “continue taking leadership and assuming their proper role” in pursuing reconciliation and he “remains open to a future visit when it is opportune.”“Sharing in the pain of Indigenous Peoples, he would certainly ensure such a visit includes meaningful encounters with them.”email@example.com -with files from The Canadian Press
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Shelby Knowles for The Texas TribuneThe U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., on June 7, 2017.Further extending a drawn-out legal battle, the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear a case over whether Texas’ congressional and House district boundaries discriminate against voters of color. The high court’s decision to take the case is a short-term win for Texas’ Republican leaders who, in an effort to preserve the maps in question, had appealed two lower court rulings that invalidated parts of the state’s maps. If the high court had declined to take the case, Texas would have been forced to redraw the maps to address several voting rights violations. The Supreme Court’s decision to weigh that appeal will further delay any redrawing efforts even after almost seven years of litigation between state attorneys and voting and minority rights groups that challenged the maps. It’s unclear when the court will schedule oral arguments in the case, which is formally known as Abbott v. Perez.In ruling against the maps last year, a three-judge panel in San Antonio sided with the voting and minority rights groups who accused Republican lawmakers of discriminating against voters of color, who tend to vote for Democrats, in drawing the maps. The state has denied targeting voters by race and admitted instead to practicing partisan gerrymandering by overtly favoring Republicans in drawing the districts.The panel specifically flagged two congressional districts and nine House districts in four counties as problematic. But the Supreme Court in September temporarily blocked the lower court rulings — and any efforts to redraw the maps — in two 5-4 decisions as it considered the appeal from Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.The San Antonio panel had ruled in August that Hispanic voters in Congressional District 27, represented by U.S. Rep. Blake Farenthold, R-Corpus Christi, were “intentionally deprived of their opportunity to elect a candidate of their choice.” And Congressional District 35 — a Central Texas district represented by Democrat Lloyd Doggett of Austin — was deemed “an impermissible racial gerrymander” because lawmakers illegally used race as the predominant factor in drawing it.On the House side, the panel ruled that Texas needed to address violations in Dallas, Nueces, Bell and Tarrant counties where it said lawmakers diluted the strength of voters of color. In some cases, the judges found that lawmakers intentionally undercut minority voting power “to ensure Anglo control” of legislative districts.Citing the need to provide election administrators with clarity on district boundaries, the state had argued in legal briefs that the Supreme Court risked throwing “the Texas election deadlines into chaos” if it allowed the redrawing of the state’s maps to move forward prior to the March primary vote. The minority rights groups suing the state had formally asked the high court to dismiss the state’s appeal. They argued that “the right to legal districts prevails” when choosing between delaying electoral deadlines and addressing “voters’ ongoing harm” under the current maps.“After six years in litigation, we welcome swift action from the highest court in the land,” said state Rep. Rafael Anchia, a Democrat and chairman of the Mexican American Legislative Caucus, which is a plaintiff in the case. “We are hopeful that the court will provide justice to voters and agree that discrimination will not be tolerated in our elections.”A spokeswoman for the Texas attorney general’s office said they’d comment on the case shortly.The state’s currents maps, which have been in place for the past three election cycles, were adopted by the Legislature in 2013. They’re largely based on temporary maps drawn by the three-judge panel in San Antonio amid legal wrangling over the maps lawmakers drew in 2011.The 2011 maps, which the San Antonio judges also ruled were drawn to weaken the strength of Hispanic and black voters, never took effect. But the panel ruled that the intentional discrimination behind the 2011 maps carried over into the 2013 maps in places where district boundaries were unchanged.The high court did not act on the Texas Democratic Party’s request to revive a legal claim over partisan gerrymandering — a redistricting strategy that until recently was deemed acceptable. The high court last year heard arguments in a Wisconsin case over the limits of partisan gerrymandering and whether extreme practices can be deemed unconstitutional. A ruling in that case is pending. The court has also agreed to consider a partisan gerrymandering case out of Maryland.Hanging over the Texas case is the possibility that the state will be placed back under federal oversight of its elections laws.A barrage of court rulings last year — including the two redistricting rulings handed down last August — have forced Texas leaders to confront whether they strayed too far in enacting voting laws found to have disproportionately burdened people of color.For decades under the Voting Rights Act, Texas was a on a list of states needing the federal government’s approval of election laws, a safeguard for minority voting rights called preclearance. The Supreme Court wiped clean that list in 2013, but it left open the possibility that future, intentional discrimination could lead to a return to preclearance. Share