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Vardy and Mahrez inspire Leicester to 2-0 win over Watford

LEICESTER, England -- Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez led Leicester to a routine 2-0 win over Watford in the Premier League on Saturday. Algeria playmaker Mahrez, who has been linked with a move in January, maintained his good form with a third goal in six games after Vardy's first-half penalty had put

ESPN - 2018-01-20 21:50:00

Montreal Impact deal SuperDraft picks, but promise Taider coming soon

USA Today Sports Images PHILADELPHIA - The Montreal Impact were quiet on the day of the 2018 MLS SuperDraft, but they are likely to make a lot of noise in the days that follow. Montreal technical director Adam Braz said Friday the signing of central midfielder Saphir Taider from Italian sibling clu

MLSSOCCER.COM - 2018-01-20 20:00:47

Propane shortage getting 21-million gallon boost at Sea-3

NEWINGTON The state of New Hampshire is dealing with what officials describe as a brief propane shortage, which they believe will soon be mitigated thanks in part to the Sea-3 propane terminal. In response to questions from the Portsmouth Herald, Michael Todd, public information officer for the stat

SEACOAST ONLINE - 2018-01-19 18:56:07

FIFA national team eligibility: Rules, players who have switched & everything you need to know

FIFA national team eligibility has become something of a talking point in recent years as players exercise their right to change the association for which they play. There have been many high-profile examples of players who have switched to one association after coming through the ranks of another.

GOAL.COM - 2018-01-19 15:56:09

Illegal Migration to Spain Likely Rise Further in 2018: EU Agency

MADRID - Europe's border agency expects a further increase in arrivals of illegal migrants to Spain by sea this year after numbers more than doubled in 2017, with the flows boosted by the use of fast boats, its director said on Friday. Some 22,900 people were detected as they reached Spain via Moroc

NEW YORK TIMES - 2018-01-19 11:51:27

Travel Alerts and Warnings from the U.S. Department of State

Afghanistan remains a threat to U.S. travelers due to "continued instability and threats by terrorist organizations against U.S. citizens." The travel warning cautions citizens to threats of military combat operations, kidnapping and hostage risks, landmines, suicide bombings, and more as tension co

TRAVELANDTOURWORLD.COM - 2018-01-19 09:01:41

OPEC Oil Production Falls In December

View photos (Click to enlarge) Total OPEC crude only production was up by 42,400 barrels per day in December. However, that was after November production was revised downward by 75,000 bpd. So, OPEC production was actually down 33,000 bpd from what was reported last month. (Click to enlarge) (Click


Migrants shift to old, risky route to Spain and Europe

Aritz Parra, Associated Press Updated 9:17 am, Thursday, January 18, 2018 MADRID (AP) - The smugglers took Rodriguez Tankeu's savings and disappeared, leaving the 25-year-old bewildered near Tripoli, the Libyan capital. The former car mechanic headed to Algeria, where he saw, one by one, all the sp


Satellite Images Capture Rare Snowfall in the Sahara Desert

Satellite photos show parts of Africa's Sahara Desert blanketed in snow following a rare winter storm earlier this month. The European Space Agency's (ESA) Copernicus Sentinel-2 satellite captured stunning views of the snow-covered dunes in northwest Algeria, on the edge of the Sahara Desert - an


Sealed Maintenance Free Battery

During 2010, our battery factory, already the largest in Thailand, become the first battery manufacturer in Thailand to produce and supply the Flooded Sealed Maintenance Free battery under our local market V-Series. When we first started, with an initial production capacity of over 50,000 units per


Sephardic Voices Out of North Africa

Author Nina Lichtenstein's blond hair is pulled back into a bun and she's dressed head to toe in black, which makes her already fair skin appear even paler. She's standing on the small stage at The Braid Theatre in Santa Monica, speaking to a small but rapt audience about her latest book, "Sephardic


Egypt to take part in FITUR in Madrid, Spain this month

Egypt will be taking part in the International Tourism Trade Fair (FITUR) to be held in Madrid from January 17 to January 21 to promote its touristic market across the world, along with 165 other countries. The fair is "a global meeting point for tourism professionals and the leading trade fair for


Napoli’s Faouzi Ghoulam wins 2017 Algerian Golden Ball award

The 26-year-old defender earned him the top individual honour in the north African country at the annual football awards gala in Algiers Napoli defender Faouzi Ghoulam has been named the best Algerian football player for the year 2017. His impressive defensive performances for both Maurizio Sarri'


Algeria Signs With Vitol for First Oil-to-Refined Products Deal

Algeria's state-run Sonatrach signed an agreement with oil-trader Vitol Group to ship crude to Italy to be processed and sent back as refined products, in the first deal of its kind to trim the country's $2 billion annual bill for imported fuel. Sonatrach selected Vitol, the world's largest independ


UPDATE 4-Algeria signs deal with Vitol to cut fuel import bill

* Sonatrach signs deal with Vitol to refine crude abroad * Algerian fuel imports more than tripled in value in 2017 * Agreement to last until end of year * Vitol to load first cargo in February (Adds detail) By Lamine Chikhi, Julia Payne and Ahmad Ghaddar TIGUENTOURINE/LONDON, Algeria, Jan 16 (


UPDATE 2-Algeria's Sonatrach to refine crude abroad to cut fuel import bill

* Sonatrach signs deal with Vitol to refine crude abroad * Value of Algeria's fuel imports more than tripled last year * Agreement to take effect next month, volumes not disclosed (Updates with Vitol deal) By Lamine Chikhi TIGUENTOURINE, Algeria, Jan 16 (Reuters) - Algeria's state energy company


Economic woes fuel unrest, political tensions in Mideast, North Africa

TUNIS, Tunisia, Jan. 16 (UPI) -- From Tunisia to Sudan and Iran, governments in the Middle East and North Africa region are facing waves of unrest triggered by economic, social and political factors. Even oil-rich countries, such as Algeria and Saudi Arabia, have had to reckon with an inability to d


Morocco Says Engie, ACWA Bid for 800-Megawatt Solar Project

Morocco, which relies on energy imports for most of its needs, plans to award contracts to add 800 megawatts of solar-power capacity by the end of this year. Three groups -- led by Engie SA, EDF Energies Nouvelles and ACWA Power International -- made technical bids last month for the engineering, pr


Mahrez worth over 100m to Leicester - Puel

London (AFP) - Algeria winger Riyad Mahrez could be worth even more than 100 million (112 million euros) if he leaves Leicester City at the end of the season, Foxes manager Claude Puel said on Monday. "It is speculation and we cannot respond to all the speculation with information," Puel told a pre


Rwanda will be dangerous for Nigeria - Salisu Yusuf

The Super Eagles B will face the Amavubi in the CHAN 2018 opener and the tactician admits their opponent will appear difficult Ahead of their Monday's African Nations Championship opener against Rwanda, Nigeria B head coach Salisu Yusuf is predicting a difficult contest. The Super Eagles B trainer