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Renowned coach Marc Skinner extends contract with Manchester United Women, securing future success

Marc Skinner, boss of Manchester United Women, extended his contract after leading the team to victory in the Women's FA Cup. The 41-year-old signed on for another year, with the possibility of an additional 12 months. Last weekend, Skinner guided United to their first major trophy, defeating Tottenham in the Women's FA Cup final. Despite currently ranking fifth in the Women's Super League, a significant drop from last season's second place finish, Skinner will continue in his role. Skinner, who took over in 2021,…

Alonso Encourages Continuous Improvement as Leverkusen Extends Unbeaten Streak to 48 Games

Bayer Leverkusen dominated Eintracht Frankfurt 5-1 on Sunday to stay unbeaten this season. Xabi Alonso thinks Leverkusen can improve further and aims to break the European record. Leverkusen matched Benfica's 48-game unbeaten streak in all competitions, set between 1963 and 1965. "We're always striving to enhance our performance, even though we've been consistent all season," Alonso stated. Leverkusen is approaching an unbeaten season, with two league matches left and a final against Kaiserslautern. They also lead Roma 2-0…

Ethiopian courtroom extends detention of AP journalist for 3 months

Ethiopian courtroom extends detention of AP journalist for 3 months Cape Town, South Africa - An Ethiopian courtroom has prolonged the three-month detention for free of charge of journalist Amir Aman Kiyaro to offer police an extra 11 days to interview witnesses, saying that after that the state should formally cost him or launch him. Kiyaro, a contract journalist accredited to the Associated Press,…

Kaïs Saïed extends state of emergency in Tunisia

Kaïs Saïed, the Tunisian head of state, announced in a short press release on the extension of the state of emergency in Tunisia. The text states that the exceptional measures taken on 25 July, in accordance with Article 80 of the 2014 Constitution, are extended. One month ago, the Tunisian presidency had invoked an "imminent…

The Somalia House of Commons extends Farmajo’s term in the midst of the stalemate before the election

MOGADISHU, Somalia - For the next two years, Somalis will have to work with President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, whose term of office expired on February 8, 2021, but has since managed to persuade MPs to give him two more years. According to the interim constitution, a head of state in Somalia must serve four years before seeking re-election using the condition decided by the election committee or the management forum. Farmajo was first elected in 2017, followed by Hassan Sheikh Mohamud. In a choreographed…

Senegal extends vaccination to everybody

Following the priority goals, vaccination against Covid-19 has been extended to everyone who presents to the various health centers. As of March 27, 225,309 people have been vaccinated across the country since the campaign began on February 23. While the country has received just over 700,000 doses in total, the question then arises of a future shortage of stock. The national stocks of the Department of Prevention and Supply Pharmacy are empty. All doses of Sinopharm and AstraZeneca vaccines were distributed in cold rooms…

Donald Trump extends sanctions towards Sudan for one 12 months

In an sudden choice a number of hours earlier than the US presidential election, President Donald Trump signed an official decree on Monday night time, November 2, extending for one more 12 months the sanctions towards Sudan, which have been positioned on the US blacklist of supporting nations. terrorism. Based on the White…

G20 extends moratorium on debt of poor countries by six months

The finance ministers of the G20 countries have decided to extend the moratorium on debt service in the poorest countries by six months (until June), which has already given 46 countries out of 73 the right to suspend a global repayment amount estimated at five billion dollars. The moratorium was expected, although the IMF and the World Bank, as well as a number of NGOs fighting poverty, this gesture is still insufficient given the needs of poor countries. An extension of the moratorium was expected. But many were hoping…

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