Neymar, PSG begin vital month in style: A superb Neymar free-kick helped Paris Saint-Germain to a 3-0 win at troubled Lille on Saturday as the Ligue 1 leaders began a decisive month as they mean to go on. The world’s most expensive player netted the second goal at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy after Yuri Berchiche had opened the scoring just prior to half-time.
Europe-bound migrants in Libya protest detention: Dozens of Sub-Saharan African migrants at a Libya detention centre got to their knees and crossed their wrists above their heads to protest their imprisonment. They staged their protest at the Al-Hamra shelter in Gharyan, 100 kilometres (60 miles) south of Tripoli, during a visit Friday by Mabruk Mohammad al-Targui, the tourism minister of Libya’s
Macron pledges aid for historic Senegal city threatened by Atlantic: French President Emmanuel Macron got a rousing welcome Saturday from tens of thousands as he visited the historic city of Saint-Louis, Senegal’s former capital, and announced an aid package of 40 million euros for the UNESCO World Heritage site which is threatened by coastal erosion from the Atlantic Ocean. Senegal’s second city was founded in
Man City held at Burnley after late Gudmundsson equaliser: Premier League leaders Manchester City paid the price for missed chances as they were held to a 1-1 draw at Burnley on Saturday with Johann Berg Gudmundsson’s 82nd minute equaliser earning the hosts a share of the points. City had dominated possession throughout most of the game, which they strolled through for large spells, but
DA elects new provincial leadership in KZN: The DA has announced the results of the newly elected leadership in KwaZulu-Natal on Saturday. About 600 DA delegates gathered at the Olive Convention Centre to elect its Provincial leaders. DA Leader Mmusi Maimane officially opened the DA KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Congress, stating that those elected will lead the party in the province towards the 2019
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