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Bpifrance strengthens its stake in Technip Energies by investing $100m

first_imgThis investment is made within the framework of the agreements concluded between Bpifrance and TechnipFMC Bpifrance strengthens its stake in Technip Energies by investing $100m. (Credit: Tumisu from Pixabay) Bpifrance is investing USD100 Million in Technip Energies (Paris:TE) (ISIN:NL0014559478), strengthening its current stake to approximately 7% of the company’s share capital to become a long-term reference shareholder, supporting its energy transition-focused strategy.This investment is made within the framework of the agreements concluded between Bpifrance and TechnipFMC.Nicolas Dufourcq, Bpifrance CEO declared: “We welcome the very good conditions of Technip Energies’ market entry, which marks the take-off of one of France’s leading engineering and technology actors with global reach. Bpifrance’s increase in capital illustrates our confidence in Technip Energies’ diversification strategy and in its positioning resolutely focused on accelerating the energy transition, which creates sustainable value.”Arnaud Pieton, CEO of Technip Energies stated: “We are delighted to see Bpifrance increase their shareholding in our newly-listed company, which builds on a trustful and long-standing relationship. This is a clear endorsement of our operational robustness and vision to accelerate the journey to a low carbon society”. Source: Company Press Releaselast_img read more

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Historian’s Oxford PhD error exposed on live radio

first_imgHistorian Naomi Wolf has attracted a storm of criticism after one of the central arguments behind her new book was exposed as inaccurate on live radio. The book is based closely on her DPhil thesis, which earned her a degree from Oxford in 2015. She was also a former political advisor to Bill Clinton and Al Gore and has written for media outlets such as The Nation, The New Republic, The Guardian and The Huffington Post. Wolf’s thesis supervisor has been contacted for comment. “I don’t think any of the executions you’ve identified here actually happened.” In a statement, her UK publisher said: “Virago stand by their author Naomi Wolf and the thesis of her book Outrages which is based on her Oxford PhD. With Naomi Wolf and her American publisher Houghton Mifflin we will make any necessary corrections.” Wolf’s US publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt said that while it employs “professional editors, copy editors, and proofreaders for each book project, we rely ultimately on authors for the integrity of their research and fact checking. Wolf’s original thesis was awarded by Trinity College and supervised by Dr Stefano-Maria Evangelista. The book focuses specifically on two men – poet Walt Whitman and the lesser known poet John Addington Symonds. Whitman is known to have expressed his sexuality through his poetry. He added that he had found the definition in the same Old Bailey records which Wolf had used for her research: “[Death recorded] was a category that was created in 1823 that allowed judges to abstain from pronouncing a sentence of death on any capital convict whom they considered to be a fit subject for pardon. Wolf argued that the arrest itself would still have had a significant effect on gay men in the Victorian era such as Symonds. He labelled Wolf’s mistake a “pretty basic error”, adding: “If all the people who were mentioned in the Old Bailey records as ‘death recorded’ were subsequently executed, there would have been a bloodbath on the gallows. Yet anyone who has a basic knowledge of crime and justice in the 19th century would know that that wasn’t the case.” Sweet argued that it was only from 1885 onwards when a less tolerant legal climate developed against consensual sex between two men. He said: “She argues that historians have misread this moment and we should see that 1857 was a more significant date. I think she is wrong.” “If there is a plea bargain or reduced sentence or parole, that isn’t usually in the press. She added that the mistake pointed out by Sweet had been corrected: “I thanked him and immediately corrected the future editions. But here’s what happened. ‘Death recorded’ in those two cases, the Old Bailey record which would have been reported in major newspapers that Symonds was reading … ‘death recorded’ was the most severe penalty, but Dr Sweet pointed out that ‘death recorded’ didn’t necessarily mean that an execution had taken place and I had misinterpreted the phrase.” One of the central arguments Wolf makes in her book is that men and boys were actually being executed for sodomy much later than is usually thought. However, this was based on a misinterpretation of the phrase “death recorded” in trial records. Contrary to Wolf’s claims, the phrase does not mean ‘executed’.center_img The historian Richard Ward added to Sweet’s explanation of the term ‘death recorded’: “It empowered the trial judge to abstain from formally pronouncing a sentence of death upon a capital convict in cases where the judge intended to recommend the offender for a pardon from the death sentence. In the vast majority (almost certainly all) of the cases marked ‘death recorded’, the offender would not have been executed.” Wolf’s other works include The Beauty Myth (1991) which has been lauded as a hallmark of third wave feminism, and The End of America (2007) which looks at the historical rise of fascism. “And that was the case for Symonds, reading these terrifying sentences, and it absolutely led him, in my argument, to seek out alternative worlds where he could visualise freedom and love.” “Despite this unfortunate error we believe the overall thesis of the book Outrages still holds. We are discussing corrections with the author.” Wolf’s book, Outrages: Sex, Censorship, and the Criminalisation of Love, centres on punishments for homosexuality in the Victorian era. It is Wolf’s first venture into LGBTQ+ history, having made her name as a feminist author. “As today, if a doctor in Alabama who performs abortions is arrested or a journalist at the New York Times is arrested, it is the arrest that gets all the press. And if there is a sentence, that gets the national press. At Hay Festival last Saturday, Wolf said: “Some of you may have seen that there has been a healthy debate about two errors I did make in this book, and they’re on page 71 and 72. Hang on to your copies because it will be a collectors’ item, because it will not [be] in the next printing.” However, in an interview on Radio 3 with Matthew Sweet, Wolf’s findings were shown to be false, as she had misinterpreted the legal term “death recorded.” Sweet, who is also a writer, said: “I don’t think you’re right about this. I looked it up. ‘Death recorded’ is what’s in most of these cases that you’ve identified as executions. It doesn’t mean that he was executed.” Christian blogger Alan Jacobs came to Wolf’s defence, writing: “Wouldn’t you — wouldn’t anyone — assume that the phrase “death recorded” means “death sentence carried out”? I know that’s what I would assume. Now, someone might say, “Well, she should have looked it up.” But we only look words or phrases up when we have reason to think that we have misunderstood them.” Her research wrongly claims that Old Bailey records show “14-year-old” Thomas Silver was “actually executed for committing sodomy” in 1859. She stated: “The boy was indicted for an unnatural offence. GUILTY – Death recorded.” Wolf told The Observer: “People widely believe that the last executions for sodomy were in 1830. But I read every Old Bailey record throughout the 19th century, so I know that not only did they continue; they got worse.”last_img read more

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Two Former Miss Americas to Join O.C. Pops at Sept. 4 Concert

first_imgLocal fans who will miss the Miss America Pageant when it moves to Connecticut can still catch a great show featuring two former Miss America winners on Sept. 4 at the Ocean City Music Pier.The Ocean City Pops orchestra will celebrate one of the Jersey Shore’s most treasured traditions when Miss America 2002 Katie Harman Ebner and Miss America 1998 Kate Shindle perform as special guest vocalists.Miss America 2012 Laura Kaeppeler had been scheduled to perform but is no longer able to join the concert. Shindle – who wowed audiences as a headliner in the Ocean City Theatre Company’s “Broadway on the OC Boardwalk” show 10 years ago – will return to Ocean City to join Harman Ebner at the concert.The two former Miss Americas will take concertgoers on a journey through Broadway, pop and opera. Both have been recognized around the world for their vocal achievements.The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 4. Tickets $20 to $30 are available at www.oceancityvacation.com/boxoffice, by calling 609-399-6111, or at the Music Pier Box Office, the City Hall Welcome Center (861 Asbury Avenue) or the Roy Gillian Welcome Center (on the Rt. 52 causeway).Shindle made her Broadway debut in “Jekyll & Hyde” in 1997. Her other notable Broadway roles include Sally Bowles in “Cabaret” (after headlining the national tour), Vivienne in “Legally Blonde” and the Mad Hatter in Frank Wildhorn’s “Wonderland.” As a producer, Shindle was an associate on the Broadway premiere of the Tony-nominated “A Christmas Story: The Musical.”In 2015, she was elected to serve as the youngest-ever president of Actors’ Equity Association, the union representing more than 50,000 stage actors and stage managers across the United States. She is a fan of big dogs and road biking, and very much enjoys a good single-malt scotch.Kate Shindle (Photo courtesy of City of Ocean City) The Ocean City Music Pier, home of the Ocean City Pops Orchestra for 90 years. last_img read more

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Vortex brings in green spin

first_imgSAVortex, a company founded by Syed Ahmed, a participant in BBC’s The Apprentice, claims to have launched the greenest hand-dryer – The Vortex. It features unique patent-protected spinning air technology, using no heating elements and recovering energy as it works.The Vortex can dry hands in 10-15 seconds and its low heat emissions can help reduce electricity bills. It has the lowest carbon footprint dryer in its class, said the firm.The hi-tech aluminium casing is coated with an anti-bacterial layer for hygiene.’’www.savortex.com’’last_img read more

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The Meadows Music And Arts Festival Will Not Return In 2018

The Meadows Music And Arts Festival will not be returning to Citi Field in Queens, New York, in 2018, according to an announcement from Founders Entertainment. From the organizers of Governors Ball, the two-year event has brought together the likes of Kanye West, The Weeknd, Chance the Rapper, Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, Cage the Elephant, and Kamasi Washington for its inaugural year in 2016, and Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jay Z, Run The Jewels, Gorillaz, Erykah Badu, Big Gigantic, De La Soul, TV On The Radio, Nas, Bassnectar, Weezer, and more in 2017.In Friday’s announcement, Founders Entertainment expressed their hopes to move from Queens’ Citi Field to the Flushing Meadows Corona Park–though this plan was not achievable in 2018, and they are looking to make the official change in location in 2019.Read the full statement below:After careful consideration, we have decided to take 2018 off and focus our efforts on returning in 2019. Our goal from day one has been to create a marquee, multi-day, fall music festival in Queens. After two great years at Citi Field, we were excited to shift our venue focus entirely to Flushing Meadows Corona Park – the location we always hoped to move to in year 3. However, after review of our application by NYC Parks, we were not able to obtain a workable multi-day permit for a 2018 festival in the park. Our sights are set on The Meadows in 2019, and we look forward to working together with all city partners and agencies. read more

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Minimus vs. Maximus

first_imgMinimus vs. Maximus It seems as if a line in the sand of the running world has been drawn: minimalists who want a barefoot feel from their running shoes, and traditionalists who still crave more cushion for the pushin’. We take a look at two new minimal running shoes and two new hyper-cushioned shoes.Minimal1. New Balance – Minimus Trail It’s more of a transitional barefoot shoe than the Vibram Five Fingers. The Minimus looks like a trail racer and has a 4mm drop from the heel to toe, as opposed to the coveted “zero drop” of most other barefoot shoes. But the Minimus Trail has no insert and a minimal midsole and outsole for a supremely flexible package. 7 ounces. $100; newbalance.com 2. Inov-8 – Bare-Grip 200 Long before Born to Run became a bestseller, Inov-8 was focused on simple, lightweight trail shoes. Their latest innovation, the Bare Grip 200, highlights the qualities that Inov-8 has always done best: low-profile simplicity and super-grippy traction. The Bare Grips have zero drop from heel to toe, and the knobby cleats grip the ground better than any trail shoe on the market. 7 ounces. $110; Inov-8.comCushioned3. Montrail – Fairhaven This hyper-cushioned shoe has Montrail’s new FluidPost midsole that adjusts to the amount of pronation “on demand.” When you’re running on flat surfaces like roads, your foot strikes the softer center of the midsole. As you move to uneven trails, your foot occasionally strikes the edges of the midsole, where the foam is denser and offers more support. 11 ounces. $110; montrail.com 1 2last_img read more

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Practice What You Teach: A High School Teacher Saddles Up for Big Adventure

first_imgTeaching has never been an easy profession. But the current demands on public school educators has hit a new level, akin to tackling an ultra-marathon, finishing a century bike ride, and running a class five rapid back to back to back. With “advancements” like end of grade testing, core curriculum, and enough paperwork to single handedly keep Staples in business, it’s a wonder more teachers don’t take a hike… for good.My husband taught in a North Carolina middle school for four years. During that time, one of the only things that kept him sane, besides watching The Office and downing a pint or two of Highland Gaelic Ale every night, was trail running. Many of the friends I’ve made on long distance trails and at ultramarathons have been educators, too. So many in fact that I started wondering about the relationship between professional education and outdoors recreation. So I decided to interview a friend, teacher, and adventurer to get his take on the benefits that the outdoors can have on a teaching career.For the past sixteen years, Heang Uy has spent the majority of his time and energy helping students succeed in the classroom, on the wrestling mat, and on the track at North Henderson High School in Western North Carolina. But away from school, Heang turns to outdoor recreation to provide a release from the pressures of being a teacher. As an avid road cyclist and mountain biker and a willing participant on hikes, climbing trips, and pick-up games of ultimate. Heang has found an outlet and a way to recharge.“I think everyone needs some sort of mental release,” he says. “If I am able to get in the woods, I can free my mind from the grind of lesson planning and preparing for practices and competition. I am more introverted by nature and it took me a long time to learn that being around people all the time wore me down mentally. By the end of the school year, I’m exhausted.”On the weekends or a rare weekday when practice let’s out early, Heang heads to Pisgah National Forest or Dupont State Forest to log miles on his mountain bike. Or if time is limited, he’ll hop on his road bike and wind through the rolling terrain, country roads, and sweet smelling apple orchards near his home. When he time allows, he tackles bigger adventures. Some would even call them epic. One of the biggest perks of teaching – besides, of course, having an impact on America’s youth and creating a better tomorrow – is two months off from work every summers.But the notion that teachers have a full season each year to do as they please is a myth. Any parent who sends there child to public school will tell you that school calendars are ending later and starting earlier. Teachers have in service workdays before the students arrive and after they leave. Many of them find it necessary to pick up a summer job to supplement their income. Others will spend countless unpaid hours bettering their lesson plans or preparing for a new course or revised curriculum in the fall. Even so, if they don’t have to tackle new curriculum or take a second job, they’ll have six to eight weeks to do as they please, and compared to other professions, that’s pretty rare.Heang spent a few summers working in the food service industry to subsidize his income. But in the past decade, he’s spent most of his summers on extended bike tours. In 2010, he cycled more than 3,000 miles from Cannon Beach, Oregon, to Folly Beach, South Carolina. Five years later, he rode his mountain bike down the Continental Divide. He is a repeat offender on bicycle tours of Colorado and has twice entered RAGBRAI, the Register’s Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa. He has also completed self-supported rides in Nova Scotia, Vancouver, and the Alaskan Yukon.“I started taking some solo and small group outdoor excursions in the summers and found them to be invigorating,” Heang says. “When people ask if I ever got lonely riding the Great Divide alone, I say no, it was a time for me to reflect and recharge mentally and spiritually.”Public school teachers are notoriously underpaid – especially in the southeast. According to data released by the National Education Association, of the fifteen states with the lowest average teacher salaries, eight of them are below the Mason-Dixon Line. In North Carolina teacher pay was frozen from 2008 to 2011. And of course during that period, the cost of living continued to increase, to the point that one report found a 13% decrease when considering inflation over the past 15 years. Thankfully, access to public lands is still free- or in some cases relatively cheap- and this makes them attractive vacation options for teachers.`“I keep my costs down by camping and cooking as often as I can,” says Heang. “And, while I wouldn’t recommend it, I hitchhiked from Denali to Anchorage because I didn’t want to pay the bus fare. Getting to Yellowstone, Alaska, or Banff definitely costs some money, but it’s no more expensive than traveling to Orlando and buying passes to one of the theme parks.”“Plus,” he continues, “In my travels, I’ve always been humbled by how good people are. So many times they’ve reached out and bought me meals, or offered me places to sleep or the occasional ride into town. One restaurant manager drove down the highway looking for me because I left my debit card behind. Strangers quickly become friends.”Although Heang often turns to the outdoors to find respite from the classroom, an unintended side effect of his adventures is that it has made him a better teacher and coach.“It takes months of preparation to decide how to live off the bags on your bike. I’ve learned that if you go into anything well prepared, you put yourself in a position to succeed.”As a result of Heang’s thoughtful preparation in the classroom, he earned his school’s Teacher of the Year award in 2016. And he’s aware that what he does on his bike will continue to impact his students in the way he approaches his curriculum and lesson plans.“I hope I can push students to do things they don’t believe they can do,” he says. “They need to know that the world is not experienced through a screen.”“I try to tell my students I’m not special. I’ve accomplished some pretty cool things on my bike, but I don’t have any talents that they don’t have. I want them to have a dream. I tell them they have to believe in themselves and persist through adversity. I hope I set that example for my students.”When educators like Heang spend time recharging- not just outside the classroom but outside, moving light and fast across black top, single track, river or rock, or simply being still and soaking up the sun- they’re still teaching their students an important lesson. Teachers who double as outdoor enthusiasts demonstrate to their students, peers, and the public that self-care is imperative, that escape is important, that public lands matter, and that adventure is accessible, anywhere and on any budget. They show us that life’s most important lessons are not always taught in the classroom. That biking 3,000 plus miles can feel like a vacation when compared to teaching. And that we need to do better by those dedicated to improving the lives of our children- and the land we all love.last_img
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Dominican Republic police use intelligence to dismantle two drug trafficking groups

first_img Martínez Vizcaíno, who uses the alias “El Viejo,” had a standard approach for smuggling drugs into the Dominican Republic – and out to the rest of the world. El Viejo would pay for the young drug mules recruited by a suspected gang operative named Miguel Alexis Martínez Morrobel, also known as “Derlin” or “El Flaco”. Derlin’s mules traveled to Colombia, Perú, and Venezuela, usually for a week or two, where they would receive drugs to bring back to the Dominican Republic. There, El Viejo would send different mules to deliver the drugs to their final destinations – often in the United States or Europe. DNCD agents captured El Viejo in the Venta de Herrera region on August 14. They arrested Derlin on the same day. They caught Máximo on September 7, as he drove to the Punta Cana airport. The agents also arrested one of the passengers, Pedro Celestino Richardson, who was allegedly carrying 75 small bags of cocaine. Exploiting people who are financially desperate Several months of intelligence gathering and investigation by the Dominican Republican National Directorate for Drug Control (DNCD) culminated in a series of arrests through September that dismantled two international drug trafficking gangs. DNCD agents and officials with the Prosecutor’s Office arrested Santos Piantini Ramos, 54, and Carlos Manuel Martínez Vizcaíno, 58 – both alleged directors of gangs that recruited young couriers, known as “mules,” to transport cocaine and illicit substances. The operations have crippled dangerous organizations that place young residents of the Dominican Republic at risk – and they demonstrate the reach and skill of the DNCD’s agents. Ramos and Martínez Vizcaíno recruited young people to transport drugs By Dialogo October 09, 2014 Drug trafficking organizations often recruit people who are in dire financial straits to work as drug mules. Carrying drugs inside one’s body is dangerous, and can even cause death if the package breaks open while inside the mule’s body. Aware that drug trafficking groups often rely on drug mules who are willing to carry heroin or cocaine inside their bodies, the DNCD has been monitoring airports for such operatives. For example, on May 25, a group of DNCD agents arrested Carlos Leandro Colón Arias, an electrical engineer, at the Las Americas International Airport (AILA). DNCD agents arrested Colón Arias after he de-boarded from a flight from Colombia. After conducting an investigation, they took him to the Armed Forces Central Hospital, where doctors performed an exploratory laparotomy and found 27 small bags filled with 770 grams of liquid heroin inside the stomach of Colón Arias. On May 17, agents with the National Directorate for Drug Control arrested Johnny Omar Sánchez Girón, who is also known as “Moreno,” at AILA as he attempted to depart for New York City with 34 small bags of cocaine in his stomach. They had followed Sánchez Girón for several months as he worked as a mule for El Viejo’s gang, making several trips to Colombia. Máximo on September 7, as he drove to the Punta Cana airport. “Dismantling these cells and arresting their leaders is indicative of how successful the police’s efforts have been against international criminal gangs,” Matul Romero said. “The control measures of the authorities are becoming more difficult to overcome.” That is something very good in the Dominican Republic. Thank you I think it’s very good, but I believe a bit more is needed the (DNCD) gets nothing by putting him in jail, how many have been sentenced and for how many years,. Let’s stop kidding ourselves, here might makes right, what happened with the Mulata Segunda in Sabnete de Jasika, leave it alone Dominican law enforcement agents collected detailed intelligence on the subjects – for example, taking photographs of Ramos, known as “Máximo,” in various provinces where his gang operated. Throughout their investigation, they built a detailed picture of how the criminal organizations worked. The gangs allegedly recruited young people – male and female, including teenagers – to transport their drugs, paying between USD$700 and USD$5,000 per trip. When smuggling their contraband, the drug mules would either try to smuggle it, or tape it to their bodies, or carry it in suitcases with false bottoms. If a mule could carry a large amount of drugs in his or her stomach, Martínez Vizcaíno’s operatives referred to him as a “good eater.” A mule who arrived from another country was known as “the artist.” The gangs had other code words as well, which they used to try to avoid detection by the police. They referred to a passport as a “little book.” New York City was referred to as “the towers,” and cocaine and heroin were known as “the restaurant” or “the little check.” Such old tricks did little to deter Dominican security forces. “The method of using mules for drug trafficking is not new, it is very old,” said Daniel Matul Romero, a security analyst at the University of Costa Rica. “It is increasingly difficult to use this method due to the elevated levels of control employed at airports.” Standard routeslast_img read more

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Bacolod City allots P5-M to repair markets

first_imgHe added the city government would spend forthe repair of roofs, comfort rooms and lighting facilities of the Vendors Plazaat the reclamation area and the Libertad Market Annex in the southern part ofthe city. City administrator Juan Orola Jr. coordinatedwith the Department of Labor and Employment to identify which of the agency’sprogram can be availed of by affected sidewalk vendors. The clearing of public roads nationwidecomplies with the Department of the Interior and Local Government MemorandumCircular 2019-121 issued by Secretary Eduardo Año.(With a report from PNA/PN) BACOLOD City – The city government hereallocated P5-million to repair and rehabilitate market facilities wheredisplaced sidewalk vendors can occupy. Personnel of the city government check on the stalls around the Bacolod Central Market on Sept. 18 after owners were directed to vacate the area as part of road clearing operations. BACOLOD CITY PIO “I signed the realignment for the fund, frombuildings to markets,” Familiaran said. Some 400 vendors were moved from the downtownarea to the market at the reclamation area but Leonardia asked for an officiallist to determine who could receive the financial assistance.center_img Last week, Leonardia said those affected wouldreceive financial assistance of P5,000 each from the city government. Vendors at Libertad South Market, who occupiedthe Amelia-Mercedes Streets for many years, returned to their spaces at theLibertad Market Annex. Vice Mayor El Cid Familiaran on Thursday saidthe amount was realigned from the building fund for the market repair. In August, almost 170 vendors occupying Burgosand Daniel Ramos Streets have been removed and transferred inside the BurgosNorth Public Market while 95 fish vendors selling on Ballesteros Street in thedowntown area have been moved to the Central Market. Familiaran said Mayor Evelio Leonardia is keenon providing assistance to the affected sidewalk vendors, particularly those atthe downtown and around the Central Market.last_img read more

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UEFA appoint match referee for Lyon vs Bayern UCL semi-final

first_img RB Lipsk – PSG Sędzia: Bjorn Kuipers Świetnie zapowiadający się mecz z dwoma niemieckimi trenerami na ławce! Obaj stawiali swoje pierwsze kroki w Bundeslidze a dziś powalczą ze sobą o awans do finału Ligi Mistrzów. Naprzód Lipsk! pic.twitter.com/BPsQj0tEXi— Bundes News Polska (@BundesPolska) August 18, 2020 Advertisement Loading… Promoted ContentBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your Mind11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top5 Reasons To Wait For The Solo Black Widow MovieCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually Truecenter_img Read Also: UCL: Bayern must be cautious of Man City-conquerors Lyon – Tolisso On the other hand, Bjorn Kuipers will be in charge of the second semi-final clash between RB Leipzig vs PSG semi-final. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 UEFA have announced match officials for the Champions League semi-final between Lyon and Bayern Munich with Spaniard Antonio Miguel Mateu Lahoz to be the man in the middle. Bjorn Kuipers Laho ‘ll be assisted by a Spanish VAR crew of Alejandro Hernandez Hernandez and Jose Maria Sanchez Martinez .last_img read more

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