Ten Hag loses first game as Man Utd manager to Brighton (10)
By AFP 07 August 2022 | 3:54 pm Erik ten Hag's reign as Manchester United manager got off to a nightmare start as Brighton registered their first ever victory at Old Trafford with a 2-1 win on the opening weekend of the Premier League season. Brighton's Argentinian midfielder Alexis Mac Allister (C) scores an own- goal past Brighton's Spanish goalkeeper Robert Sanchez during the English Premier League football match between Manchester United and Brighton and
Empty cargo ship arrives in Ukrainian water to load grain (23)
4 more ships planned to leave Ukrainian ports on Sunday, says Turkish National Defense Ministry https://www.yenisafak.com/en/news/empty-cargo- ship-arrives-in-ukrainian-water-to-load-grain-3650019 The first empty ship since a landmark deal last month arrived on Saturday evening in the territorial waters of Ukraine, where it will be loaded with grain for export, an official confirmed.
London museum returns 72 Benin treasures to Nigeria (4)
Horniman museum is first government-funded institution to hand back artefacts looted by British forces in 1897 Josh Halliday Sun 7 Aug 2022 17.04 BST A London museum is to return 72 treasured artefacts, including its collection of Benin bronzes, to Nigeria in what experts described as an "immensely significant" moment. The Horniman museum said it would transfer the ownership of the historic objects to the Nigerian government after an unanimous vote by its board of
French millionaire furious after 'penniless' Fergie splashes lb5million on Mayfair house (4)
Isabelle de Rouvre settled with Duchess of York and ex-husband Prince Andrew for half the desired amount as she believed the Royal pair were struggling for cash Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York and Prince Andrew, Duke of York Image: Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images) Chief reporter Andy LinesChief reporter 16:56, 7 Aug 2022 |comments A French millionaire has bitterly attacked the Duchess of York after learning she had splashed out lb5m to buy a house in Mayfair.
New Pompeii discoveries highlight middle-class life in doomed city (6)
Archaeology activity in the sprawling site, near modern-day Naples, has increasingly focused on the lives of the middle class as well as of servants and other enslaved people. By Frances D'Emilio | Associated Press [month] [day], [year], [hour]:[minute][ampm] [timezone] Twitter Facebook Email SHARE SHARE New Pompeii discoveries highlight middle-class life in doomed city CLOSE Pocket Reddit Flipboard
Selena Gomez reveals she hopes to quit acting career to be a mother eventually (4)
ANI New Delhi, India Updated: Aug 07, 2022, 09:36 AM(IST) Selena Gomez arrived barefoot on SAG Awards stage. Here's why Photograph:( Twitter ) Selena Gomez isn`t hesitant to wave goodbye to Hollywood as the actor- singer has revealed that she eventually wants to get married and become a mom and that she`s ready to step away from acting to focus on her personal life. According to Page Six, Selena made the revelation on Friday`s episode of
August 7, 20225:12 PM UTC WW2 bomb revealed in drought-hit waters of Italy's River Po (2)
By Oriana Boselli Members of the Italian army remove a World War Two bomb that was discovered in the dried-up River Po which has been suffering from the worst drought in 70 years, in Borgo Virgilio, Italy, August 7, 2022.
Italy 'concerned' over escalation in Gaza (2)
Amman, Aug 7 (Petra) - The Italian Foreign Ministry Sunday said it is following "with great concern" the ongoing escalation in Gaza amid reports of casualties among Palestinian civilians. According to the official Italian agency AKI, the Ministry urged all parties to exercise restraint to avoid an expansion of hostilities that could cause more casualties and suffering among the civilian population.
Holiday rush drives demand at Europe's busiest fuel station (6)
By AFP  August 6, 2022 | 07:01 pm PT The first Saturday in August, when Europe's July holidaymakers head homewards and its August sunseekers head south, is the busiest day of the year at the continent's busiest filling station. And even surging global fuel prices did not deter thousands of motorists and truckers from filling their tanks at Shell's Berchem station in southern Luxembourg, on the busy A3 motorway.
Tons of Grain Leaving Ukraine (2)
Voice of America 07 Aug 2022, 20:06 GMT+10 Four grain ships are to sail from Ukraine's Black Sea ports Sunday. The Joint Coordination Center, the body set up under the Black Sea Grain Initiative to monitor its implementation, has authorized the departures through the maritime humanitarian corridor. The ships moving out of Ukrainian ports are headed to China, Italy and two locations in Turkey. A fifth ship has been authorized to sail to Ukraine to pick up cargo.