Greece begins moving migrants to new 'closed' camp

Greece on Monday began moving asylum seekers to the first of several new EU-funded "closed" camps on its islands, despite activists complaining that controls on access are too harsh. A double barbed-wire fence surrounds the camp on Samos island, a facility for 3,000 people that also has surveillance cameras, X-ray...
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Recap | German goals, Santos’ speed tame lethargic Lions

Philadelphia Union saw a strong performance propel the club back above the Eastern Conference Playoff line with a 3-1 victory over Orlando City SC on Sunday afternoon. Kai Wagner opened the scoring in the first half and Kacper Przybylko notched a brace to become the third player in club history to reach 30 goals in league play.
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Orlando City vs. Philadelphia Union: Final Score 3-1 as Lions Sunk by Controversial Decision

A controversial play late in the first half spelled doom for Orlando City (10-7-8, 38 points) as it fell 3-1 to the Philadelphia Union (9-7-8, 35 points) this afternoon. What could’ve been a red card to Union forward Kacper Przybylko ended up as the Union’s first goal. Making matters worse, Przybylko scored a brace in the second half to end Orlando’s chances at a comeback.
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Greece has started relocating migrants to a new “closed” camp.

Greece has started relocating migrants to a new “closed” camp. Despite campaigners’ complaints that access measures are too strict, Greece began transporting asylum seekers to the first of four new EU-funded “closed” camps on its islands on Monday. Surveillance cameras, X-ray scanners, and magnetic doors encircle the 3,000-person camp on...

After Messi’s exit, substitute Icardi saves Saint-Germain from loss

Argentine substitute Mauro Icardi scored a goal in stoppage time as Paris Saint-Germain came from behind to win a difficult 2-1 victory at its guest Olympique Lyon in the French first division football, on Sunday. The appearance of the Argentine star, Lionel Messi, at the Parc des Princes, ended with...

France prop Bamba racially abused as coach blasts 'world of imbeciles'

France prop Demba Bamba was the target of racist comments on social networks after Lyon's defeat to Pau last Saturday, his club coach Pierre Mignoni revealed at a press conference on Saturday. "This afternoon, he responded (on the field) to some very unpleasant criticism on social networks," said Mignoni after...

Cameroon’s ‘rap pirate’ Valsero on mixing music and politics

From prison in Cameroon to Zenith in Paris, Valsero, outspoken Cameroonian artist is politically committed to rap music. Also considered Cameroon opposition figure, Valsero, challenges the political class through rap. Valsero claims a firm and determined opposition against the current president of his country, Paul Biya. “Letter to the president”...

Pastor, his wife and friend die in fatal auto crash in Bauchi

A Cameroonian pastor, Kenneth Azifo, his Nigerian wife, Sandra and their colleague, Badamasi Alkali, have died in a lone fatal car crash in Bauchi State. The deceased persons were said to have been traveling to Azare, headquarters of Katagum Local Government Area of Bauchi State for an official assignment on Friday, September 17, when the incident happened.

Woke Power Grab in the C of E Reflects Corporate Obsession With ‘Diversity’

This week the Church of England unveiled proposals for a shake-up of its national governance structure in what critics have called “a coup by Archbishops to take control of everything”. I won’t bore you with the details (you can read the full report here, headed-up by the anti-Brexit Bishop Nick...

Milner aims cheeky ‘Zaha-itis’ dig at absent Trent Alexander-Arnold

James Milner joked that Trent Alexander-Arnold would likely become the subject of some banter with regard to his illness-enforced absence from the Liverpool squad that faced Crystal Palace. Jurgen Klopp confirmed post-match that the fullback had been kept out by illness, with Joel Matip omitted to allow the Cameroonian a...

14,109 new Covid cases, 122 more deaths

Thailand logged 14,109 new Covid cases and 122 more fatalities during the previous 24 hours, the Public Health Ministry said on Saturday morning. Of the new cases, 13,255 were in the general population and 854 in prisons. On Friday, 13,280 Covid patients were discharged from hospitals. Since April 1, when...

Hossam Ashraf’s father: Amir Mortada was aware of my son’s expectation...

The father of Hossam Ashraf, player of the first football team in Zamalek Club, revealed the scenes of the crisis that the White Club was exposed to due to his son signing a foreign club, which led to the issuance of a ruling against Zamalek by depriving him of two terms of registration, as Hussein Labib, head of the committee in charge of managing the club, said that Hossam Ashraf signed for one Academies in Cameroon before he signed his contract with Zamalek.
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Cameroon Repatriates Nigerian Ex-Fighters, Family Members

YAOUNDE — More than 850 former Boko Haram fighters and their family members who escaped from the jihadist group to Cameroon have left northern Cameroon for Nigeria. Nigerian authorities say they are taking the former militants to Nigerian disarmament centers after complaints that such centers in Cameroon were overwhelmed by the number of former jihadists defecting since the terrorist group’s leader was declared killed in May.

Explained: Trent Alexander-Arnold and Joel Matip’s absences from Liverpool squad

As promised, Jurgen Klopp has made a number of changes to the starting-XI that face Stefano Pioli’s AC Milan outfit in the Champions League. Virgil van Dijk has been brought back to the fold in a completely alien backline to that which entered the pitch on Wednesday, with Ibrahima Konate handed his league debut whilst Trent Alexander-Arnold and Joel Matip are notable absentees.