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He replied that he was “not that aware” of Snowden’s situation — but that he plans to look into it, calling the controversy a “split decision.””Many people think that he should be somehow treated differently and other people think he did very bad things,” the president said, adding: “I’m going to take a look at that very strongly.” It was a shift from the 2016 presidential campaign, when Trump said of Snowden, “I think he’s a total traitor and I would deal with him harshly.”Snowden was praised as a whistleblower and privacy advocate by his defenders after he leaked information showing that agents from the National Security Agency (NSA) were carrying out widespread surveillance on citizens.But the United States accuses him of endangering national security. A conviction on espionage charges could send him to prison for decades.A push to have him pardoned by Trump’s predecessor, Barack Obama, ultimately failed.Topics : President Donald Trump said Saturday he will “take a look” at pardoning Edward Snowden, the former US intelligence contractor who revealed in 2013 that the US government was spying on its citizens.Snowden, who has been living in exile in Russia since the revelations, has said he would like to return to the United States — but only on the condition that he receive a fair trial.Trump was asked during a press conference at his Bedminster, New Jersey golf club if he was considering pardoning the former contractor.
Indianapolis, In. — With Americans utilizing the internet and technology at an ever-increasing rate, National Cybersecurity Awareness Month – observed every October – serves as an important reminder to protect personal information and review ways to stay safe and secure online.Cybercrimes can come in many forms like identity theft, financial fraud and online bullying and can cause harm and sometimes even financial ruin for victims.In 2017, Gov. Eric Holcomb signed an executive order to continue the Indiana Executive Council on Cybersecurityto combat hacking and cyberattacks on individuals and organizations.The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) has also taken steps to ensure our state is at the forefront of cybersecurity.IDHS offers the following tips to help people protect their personal information:Use strong passwords;Do not open unsolicited or unknown emails;Use security software tools;Enable stronger authentication for log-in information;Know the intention of others online before providing access or information;Keep web browsers and operating systems up to date;Back up important files; andBe cautious when shopping online.It is important for people to stay vigilant to protect themselves online. For more information and tips to improve your cybersecurity, click here.
Barca must lean on swap talks with their available transfer cash limited due to the coronavirus shutdown. Catalunya Radio says management recognise they have several valuable assets available to use in talks for particular targets.Advertisement Barcelona are planning to use fringe players to negotiate player exchanges with rival clubs this summer. Jean-Clair Todibo, on-loan with Schalke, could be used as a makeweight, along with Philippe Coutinho, currently with Bayern Munich. read also:Barcelona consider re-signing Getafe star for €15m Rafinha and Moussa Wagué, loaned to Celta de Vigo and OGC Nice respectively this season, also could come into the equation as Barca seek to push their summer budget to the limit. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreArtist Got Bored With Quarantine & Painted Flowers All Over Walls8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year12 Stars You Would Never Recognize Without Their Signature LookYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeTop 10 Must-Know Facts About Ivanka Trump9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooTruly Mysterious Things That Have Happened On Chinese SoilBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them Loading…
Loading… Maguire’s trial got under way in Greece on Tuesday morning – he was not required to attend and was represented by his legal team – and Southgate had to reach a difficult decision over whether to include him for the games on 5 and 8 September. The manager has stood by him in a 24-man squad that also features first call-ups for Manchester City’s Phil Foden, Maguire’s Manchester United teammate Mason Greenwood and the Leeds midfielder Kalvin Phillips. Gareth Southgate has named Harry Maguire in England ‘s Three Lions squad for the Nations League ties against Iceland and Denmark early next month despite the defender’s involvement in court proceedings in Greece. Maguire has been at the centre of a scandal since last Thursday night after he was arrested and later charged following a violent argument outside a bar in Mykonos, which also involved police officers. He has vigorously denied all charges. Read Also: Man City plotting to sign Messi without breaking FFP rules There are recalls for Kyle Walker, Eric Dier, Michael Keane, James Ward-Prowse and Danny Ings but no place for any specialist left-back, with Danny Rose overlooked and Ben Chilwell and Luke Shaw injured. A clutch of other players have been overlooked, including John Stones, Fikayo Tomori, Ross Barkley, James Maddison, Jack Grealish, Jesse Lingard, Dele Alli and Callum Hudson-Odoi. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Southgate has called up City’s Raheem Sterling, who attended Usain Bolt’s birthday party in Jamaica last Friday. Bolt has subsequently announced that he is self-isolating after taking a Covid-19 test. Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeIs This The Most Delicious Food In The World?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your PhoneWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?6 Movies Where A Car Plays A Key RoleCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her Grandson5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth
“To put that to one side is a big decision and a hard decision but when your body says you need to put something aside to keep yourself in good condition for your club, which is your day to day job, the decision has to be made. “I’m as passionate as the next man and I’ve always loved doing that. But there comes a time when your body tells you what to do. “If I want to remain fit and well and playing consistent football at the top level it had to give somewhere and international football was that. “I had a good stint in international football but now I want to give my everything to Manchester United.” Although he had yet to play under Roy Hodgson, the prospect of the United defender adding to his 81 caps did seem possible, despite the confusion over his recent call-up and subsequent withdrawal from the World Cup qualifiers against San Marino and Montenegro due to an “intricate and pre-planned training regime”. Ferdinand had earlier issued a formal statement, in which he urged England to put their faith in the current crop of younger defenders. With Ferdinand and John Terry, for so long mainstays of the side, both now retired there is room for others to grow and Ferdinand will be behind them all the way. “After a great deal of thought, I have decided the time is right for me to retire from international football,” Ferdinand’s statement read. “At the age of 34, I feel it is right for me to stand aside and let the younger players come through, which allows me to concentrate on my club career.” Ferdinand, 34, announced his international retirement on Wednesday – ending any lingering hopes of a playing at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. “I think I owed it to Manchester United to do that but it wasn’t easy, I’m not going to lie,” he told MUTV. Press Association Rio Ferdinand felt he “owed it to Manchester United” to call time on his England career.
A Naples man is behind bars for breaking into a home after claiming to have committed the crime because alligators were chasing him.The homeowner called police after he found 30-year-old Bryan Berkley in his kitchen.At the scene deputies found Berkley breaking into a work truck in the driveway, causing hundreds of dollars in damage to brochures promoting the truck owner’s business.When questioned, Berkley told police he was being chased by alligators and was trying to get a drink of water.He was taken into custody and booked into jail.Deputies also believe Berkley is responsible for damage to a pool cage and screens at another home on the street.He is facing felony charges of Burglary and Grand Theft, and two misdemeanor charges of Criminal Mischief.
Chennai: Chennaiyin FC registered their first win of the Hero Indian Super League season six in dramatic fashion after edging past Hyderabad FC 2-1 at the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium here on Monday.After seeing poor finishing hamper them for most of the game, Chennaiyin thought they had the winner when Andre Schembri (90+2’) put them ahead in injury time. A few minutes later, Hyderabad equalised through Matthew Kilgallon (90+5’), but Nerijus Valskis sealed a sensational win seconds later, bringing the roof down in the stadium.The win saw Chennaiyin leapfrog Hyderabad to the ninth spot while the ISL debutants suffered their fourth defeat in five games.The game got off to a scrappy start with neither side able to assert themselves in a frantic opening period. Chances fell for Chennaiyin but poor decision-making meant the scores remained level.Rafael Crivellaro and Lallianzuala Chhangte found a lot of joy in the final third, often bypassing a disorganised Hyderabad midfield with ease. Chhangte was sent clear on three opportunities by Rafael, but each time the final delivery let the diminutive winger down.Chennaiyin coach John Gregory was left fuming after Chhangte sent a close-range header agonisingly wide.It was one-way traffic, but the opening goal continued to elude Chennaiyin. Some good work from Anirudh Thapa saw Chhangte get to the byline. His eventual cutback found Thapa but his shot on the turn was kept out by a combination of Kamaljit and Matthew Kilgallon.Despite the occasional forays forward by Hyderabad, the pattern of the game remained the same till the break with Chennaiyin spurning chances galore.The narrative of the game remained the same with Chennaiyin piling the pressure on Hyderabad, only to see opportunities wasted. IANSAlso Read: Bengaluru FC hammer Chennaiyin FC at Sree Kanteerava StadiumAlso Watch: Contract based laboureres at IOCL staged semi-nude protest in front of General Office, Digboi
Published on August 27, 2013 at 1:31 pm Contact David: email@example.com | @DBWilson2 Scott Shafer’s always liked running backs to return kicks, but this year there’s a bit of an extra reason for his choices.Prince-Tyson Gulley and Jerome Smith, who are both listed as the starting running back, will get their carries — they’re perhaps Syracuse’s two best offensive players. But George Morris II and Devante McFarlane have tremendous upside, too. The Orange needs to find a way to get the ball in their hands. Putting them back on kickoffs is a way to do that.“I think we have a good plan both in the kicking game as well as the offensive side of the game plan to try to immerse the kids in the different situations that we can plug them into,” Shafer said. “It’s a good problem to have, but we’re creatively trying ways to get them on the field.”H-back Ashton Broyld is another running back that SU is looking to get on the field in creative ways. He frequently lined up in the slot during training camp and has primarily worked with the wide receivers, but Shafer hasn’t ruled out some Wildcat-type packages.Broyld came to Syracuse as a quarterback. With an unsettled position it seems to be a good time to put the talented Broyld on the field without losing an established quarterback, which is what would’ve happened in Wildcat packages a year ago.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Ashton has a lot of abilities and can play a lot of positions and he’s had a real good summer camp,” Shafer said. “I think he’s getting a good feel for the game going into his second season and the biggest thing is just putting him in position where he can make plays that he’s confident running.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Facebook Twitter Google+ Immediately after Syracuse midfielder Bridget Daley scored her second goal of Syracuse’s NCAA quarterfinal against Boston College, she leapt right into the arms of fellow senior Alyssa Murray.The two form one of the closest duos in the Orange’s lineup, and Daley said she has joked that Murray should be the one to assist on any goal she scores through the rest of the season. Against the Eagles, their chemistry on the field led to a special moment of celebration that seemed highly unlikely during the early part of the season.“I was just wide open on that cut, and she found me,” Daley said. “By that point, we were in control and I just ran to her. It’s those little moments in a game where you really build confidence for the rest of the way.”Daley has played with plenty of confidence since returning from a broken left foot in April. The fifth-year senior has become an all-around contributor for the Orange, picking up three goals and six draw controls during the first two games of the NCAA tournament.She’ll look to finish her college career on a high note when second-seeded Syracuse (20-2, 6-1 Atlantic Coast) battles fellow ACC squad and No. 6-seed Virginia (12-8, 3-4), in Friday’s 5 p.m. national semifinal game in Towson, Md.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textFor Daley and a senior class that reached the semifinals the past two seasons before falling short both times, she said this is the most important week of their college tenures. SU is in search of its first-ever title in women’s lacrosse or any women’s team sport.“For me, it’s my fourth final four, and I’m not just going to settle for going or second place,” Daley said. “We’re here to win it all.”With Daley’s help, that appears to be a very reachable goal, especially now that she’s trying to make up for lost time. The senior is still trying to make the most of her tumultuous 2014 season, which hit rock bottom when she suffered the break against Stetson on January 24.But Daley never doubted that she would be back in the lineup, especially with another playoff run at stake. She said that was all the motivation she needed to fight through any physical or emotional pain.“Now, every second I get to play, it’s that much sweeter,” she said.Along the way, Daley has led with both her voice and performance on the field. She admits she’s not a pure goal scorer, so she prides herself on winning the hustle plays: backups behind the net, scrums for loose draws and groundball battles between the 30-yard lines.Against BC, she picked up four draw controls, including the effective clincher with 1:09 left.Murray said the team needs Daley for that reason, adding that she “works her butt off” on every play.“No matter if she’s going to get recognition for it, or if no one’s going to notice anything that she’s doing,” Murray said. “It’s just because she’s a great teammate.”She does the same in her preparation, which SU head coach Gary Gait said is just as important to her success. Her work ethic is infectious to other players, including younger ones who might be afraid to trust themselves.“She’s always brought the energy and enthusiasm to each game and practice,” Gait said. “She continues to get better every day, and she means so much to this team.”Daley partly disagreed, saying that the Orange would be in its current position with or without her. If nothing else, she said watching the entire team progress through the season has made this spring enjoyable.Although a national championship would put it over the top, she said just being a part of one of the best teams in program history has made 2014 one of the best years of her life.Mostly, it’s because of all those “little moments.” Now, she has one more chance to celebrate what could potentially be the biggest moment in Syracuse history.“It’s still up there as the best one, despite everything that’s happened,” Daley said. “I don’t regret coming back whatsoever.“I think I learned a bunch about myself, and got even closer to a great group of girls.” Comments Published on May 22, 2014 at 9:44 pm