Derek Brunson: ‘We learned more money for Conor McGregor doesn’t equal better fighter pay’

12 ViewsPhotoCred: UFC / ScrapDigest As Jon Jones continues his recent saga with the UFC, Derek Brunson has raised a question regarding his fellow fighters on the come-up. Early Wednesday, Jones took to Twitter to share his feelings about how $10 million to fight new heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou would be “too low.” Thus prompting …
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Exclusive: World Bank revises climate policy but stops short of halting fossil fuel funding

19 Views2/2 © Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Solar panels are seen during the inauguration ceremony of the solar energy power plant in Zaktubi 2/2 By Valerie Volcovici, Andrea Shalal and Kate Abnett WASHINGTON/BRUSSELS (Reuters) – A revised World Bank policy on climate change commits to making financing decisions in line with efforts to limit global warming, …
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KUWTT: ECQ extension eyed |Apr 01, 2021

12 ViewsGood day. Here are the stories for The Manila Times for Maundy Thursday, April 1, 2021. READ: ECQ extension eyed THE government will “seriously” consider extending the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) in the National Capital Region (NCR) and four nearby provinces if cases of Covid-19 will not go down, vaccine czar Carlito Galvez Jr. said. He …
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US Receives N127 Billion From Sudan For Victims Of Terrorist Attacks

12 ViewsThe United States has received $335 million (about N127 billion) settlement from Sudan to be paid out to victims and families of individuals impacted by the 1998 bombings at the US Embassies in Tanzania and Kenya, the 2000 attack on the USS Cole, and the murder of a USAID employee in Khartoum. Secretary of …
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'Stop it': PNG minister raps Facebook for COVID misinformation, says hurting vaccine plans

13 ViewsSYDNEY (Reuters) -Misinformation shared on Facebook is the biggest threat to Papua New Guinea’s COVID-19 vaccine plans and the social media giant must take steps to “stop it”, the Pacific country’s health minister said on Thursday. Conspiracy theories about vaccines are so entrenched that even frontline health workers are hesitant to take the shot, …
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Meet Stuttgart’s American coach

11 ViewsPellegrino Matarazzo’s European adventure might have ended before it had even begun. Upon completion of his studies, the New Jersey native had spent six months in Italy with his grandparents pursuing his dream of a football career but with little success. “I was training mostly on my own,” Matarazzo tells Sky Sports, “just hoping …
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