BBC News 24
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.. I don't know what to say, I'm very emotional right now. It is 71 minutes into the game, and the match has stopped to remember the 71 victims of the crash. Instead of a minute of silence, a moment of sheer energy. The match is a draw, but the Chapecoense scored twice, filling fans with hope as the new team strives for a successful future.
Politico
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Beyond photographic evidence, news organizations also cited Washington's Metro system which noted that as of 11 a.m. Friday, 193,000 rides had been taken. For Obama's inauguration in 2009, ridership was at 513,000 at the same time, the metro system reported . Presidents take the oath of office right around noon on Inauguration Day. These attempts to lessen the enthusiasm of the inauguration are shameful and wrong, Spicer said. The National Park Service does not issue official crowd estimates, a fact Spicer noted. Spicer also blasted the report by Time Magazine reporter Zeke Miller which said the bust of Martin Luther King Jr. had been removed from the Oval Office when it had not. Miller apologized via the pool report and on Twitter, and Spicer had tweeted Apology accepted. Thus, his effort to return to the issue seemed surprising, leading many outlets to speculate that Trump’s communications team was repeating a tactic from his campaign, when the candidate would try to shift the media attention off of negative stories by doing or saying something aimed at grabbing attention.
BBC News 24
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It was the saddest day of my life. I asked about my team-mates, and the doctors said they weren't here anymore. I just couldn't believe it. Ahead of today's match, the families of the crash victims were given medals in the players' honour.
BBC News 24
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It is kick-off time for the new Chapecoense. The fans have crowded the Conda Arena to watch their comeback. With fresh new signings, the team is taking a big step back into the game. The flight carrying the Chapecoense squad crashed in the mountains, to Chapeco.
Daily Express
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DONALD Trump will start to plan a new deal for Britain this week after it emerged Theresa May would become the first foreign leader to meet him since his inauguration, according to reports.
Herald Courier
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NFL
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The Washington Times - NCAA
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DURHAM, N.C. (AP) - Duke forward Amile Jefferson was back in the starting lineup for Saturday night's game against Miami after missing two weeks with a bone bruise in his foot. Team officials announced Jefferson's return on Twitter and he was listed among the starters about 30 minutes before tipoff. ...
The Washington Times - Golf
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LA QUINTA, Calif. (AP) - If more people in San Diego shared his passion for the Chargers, Phil Mickelson figures the NFL team wouldn't have bolted for Los Angeles. "I just wish that all the people in San Diego loved them the way I do and fought a little harder ...
The Herald - Sport
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The Herald - Sport
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Daily Mail - Home
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Trump's cabinet reportedly has a net worth higher than the bottom third of all American households combined. His team includes six billionaires, with a collective wealth of around $30bn.
BBC World News
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The Herald - Scottish Football
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ALTHOUGH the short-term contract signed by Anna Signeul this month was unusual, hinting at a parting of the ways with the Scottish FA, nearly everybody was caught off guard by Tuesday’s announcement that she is to become head coach of Finland.
The Herald - Scottish Football
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NOBODY who was associated with Dundee United when the Tannadice club lifted the Scottish Cup for only the second time in their 107-year history in 2010, not the players, not the office staff, not the fans, is ever likely to forget the experience.
The Herald - Scottish Football
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BY agreeing to extend his contract at Celtic by a further two years, Mikael Lustig delivered a message that went far beyond his own personal circumstances. The Swede has been a reliable, steady presence on the right side of Celtic’s defence since moving from Rosenborg in January 2012, a player team-mates and managers, including current incumbent Brendan Rodgers, know they can hang their hat on. With his family settled in Scotland it was not a surprise that Lustig wanted to stay at Celtic, and, similarly, that the club were keen to hold on to him.
Voice Of America
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People getting together [and] spending time thinking about other things than what’s personal for them makes a big difference and will help as the country moves on," he said. Starr Karavellas, whose husband is an orthodox priest, said they came to the service to honor the new president, whom she and her husband "love." She added that all Americans should give Trump and his team "a chance" to show what their programs can accomplish. Michael Raphael was proud to be part of the service because his company worked on the extensive and difficult campaign to repair $34 million in damage the cathedral suffered after an earthquake in 2011. The iconic Washington church is the sixth-largest cathedral in the world and the second-largest in the United States. It took 83 years to build, from 1907 to 1990. As a small-business owner, Raphael said he’s neutral when it comes to politics but was pleased to see so many religious faiths represented during Saturday's prayers.
The Herald - Rugby
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EDINBURGH have slipped up in the recent past in matches they have been expected to win well, but on Friday night they made no mistake. In front of a near capacity crowd of over 5000 for their first match at Myreside, Duncan Hodge’s team beat Timisoara Saracens 49-3 to comfortably clinch a home quarter-final in the Challenge Cup.
BBC News 24
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And Brazilian football club, Chapecoense, has played again. The first match since last year's deadly plane crash. The new-look team were presented with the trophy that they had been on their way to play for in Columbia. Those are the headlines. Now for Reporters here on BBC News.
BBC World News
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The Guardian - Sport
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The Chelsea manager believes the striker can be reintegrated into his title-chasing squad after missing the victory at Leicester City Friday afternoon in Cobham’s crammed media suite and, not for the first time of late, Antonio Conte was beginning to tire of all things Diego Costa. The Chelsea manager had already made clear the striker has fully recovered from the lower back pain that had forced him out of training the previous week and, ultimately, rendered him unavailable while his team-mates pulverised the reigning champions, Leicester City, last Saturday. Just as obvious was the Italian’s reluctance to divulge details of Costa’s squabble with a fitness coach, who had apparently doubted the extent of the forward’s injury. Or, indeed, to recap on the club’s underlying frustrations, festering for a few weeks, that Tianjin Quanjian’s desire to make the adopted Spaniard one of the highest paid players in the world had provoked the fall-out. China was not up for discussion. Continue reading...
BBC News 24
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I have made it clear throughout my career that I am a team player although records are important. Especially when you finish playing. You know if your kids can grow up and looked up to you it is a proud more throughout the next few hours on BBC News.
The Guardian - Sport
an hour
The Chelsea manager believes the striker can be reintegrated into his title-chasing squad after missing the victory at Leicester City Friday afternoon in Cobham’s crammed media suite and, not for the first time of late, Antonio Conte was beginning to tire of all things Diego Costa. The Chelsea manager had already made clear the striker has fully recovered from the lower back pain that had forced him out of training the previous week and, ultimately, rendered him unavailable while his team-mates pulverised the reigning champions, Leicester City, last Saturday. Just as obvious was the Italian’s reluctance to divulge details of Costa’s squabble with a fitness coach, who had apparently doubted the extent of the forward’s injury. Or, indeed, to recap on the club’s underlying frustrations, festering for a few weeks, that Tianjin Quanjian’s desire to make the adopted Spaniard one of the highest paid players in the world had provoked the fall-out. China was not up for discussion. Continue reading...
BBC News 24
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.. Instead of a minute of silence, a moment of sheer energy. The match is a draw, but the Chapecoense scored twice, filling fans with hope as the new team strives for a successful future. Julia Carniero, BBC News, Chapeco, Brazil.