Brazilian and PSG ace Neymar wants to play in Premier League and ex-Arsenal midfielder Gilberto is luring him to Gunners
Newcastle United are now also among the sides credited with interest but former Arsenal captain Silva believes his countryman should push for a move to north London.
Donald Trump resurfaces on CNN townhall with same old lies on polls, twisting answers and insults
Trump, when asked by CNN moderator Kaitlan Collins about the verdict, said his poll numbers went up and repeated his statements that he didn’t know Carroll, although at least one photograph has surfaced of them together.
Pop celebrity Beyonce dazzles 46,000 star-struck fans in Stockholm as she begins 40-city world tour
Beyoncé will make stops at more than 40 cities including London, Paris, Barcelona and Toronto before wrapping up the tour on September 27 in New Orleans.
Western countries led by US push UN rights body to monitor Sudan abuses by warring factions
Battles between Sudan’s army and rival paramilitary forces have killed hundreds and wounded thousands, disrupted aid supplies, sent refugees fleeing abroad and turned residential areas of Khartoum into war zones since mid-April.
Why meek Kenyans are being taxed heavily to plug holes opened in national budget by untouchable thieves
Kenya’s polluted politics is accepted as a norm and a deviation from this ‘norm’ is received and greeted with derision. From a religious point of view, doing good in Kenya today is regarded as an unforgivable ‘sin’. High levels of corruption, criminality, immorality define a hard working Kenyan.
US Congress, White House begin tough debt limit, budget talks that have put investors on edge
Adding to the urgency, Biden is scheduled to leave on May 18 for an annual meeting of leaders of the Group of Seven major industrialised nations, although he said he would cancel that trip if needed to work on a debt limit deal.
With covert police stations in foreign countries, China ramps up pressure to silence critics abroad despite Western backlash
The latest dispute has centred on Canada’s expulsion of a Chinese diplomat on Monday over allegations that he attempted to intimidate a Canadian lawmaker critical of China’s human rights record. Beijing responded to within hours by ordering a Canadian diplomat in Shanghai to leave over what it called Ottawa’s “unreasonable actions”.