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Gallery – See Manchester United And Real Madrid Players Train Ahead Of UEFA Super…

first_imgRelated Manchester United and Real Madrid are set to do battle at the Philip II Arena in Skopje, Macedonia, as both teams prepare for their UEFA Super Cup game tonight.Europa League winners, Manchester United, who will be without Eric Bailly, Phil Jones, Rojo, Shaw, and Ashley Young due to injuries and suspensions, will hope to win their first UEFA Super Cup trophy since 1991, having lost their last two appearances in 1999 and 2008. Preparing for the #SuperCup! pic.twitter.com/ecHrIWqnOx— Manchester United (@ManUtd) August 7, 20173-time UEFA Super Cup winners and Champions League champions, Real Madrid, will be making their sixth appearance in the season curtain raiser cup, as manager, Zinedine Zidane declares that his side “aren’t tired of winning”.center_img Zidane: “Every year it gets harder for us, but we have personality and hunger and we aren’t tired of winning.”#SuperCup #LaysUnited pic.twitter.com/F7Ug2SqCzf— Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) August 8, 2017Just over two weeks ago, both teams faced each other at the International Champions Cup (ICC) pre-season friendly in the USA, with United edging Real on penalties after the game ended 1-1 in regulation time.last_img read more

President Solís to discuss migration green energy with US Vice President Joe

first_imgRelated posts:Presidents Obama, Solís sign historic security donation for Costa Rica Costa Rica, Panama ask neighbors to help with stranded migrants President Luis Guillermo Solís to meet with U.S. Vice President Michael Pence Costa Rican women who made us cheer this year President Luis Guillermo Solís will meet next Monday with U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden in Washington D.C. to talk about regional security, irregular migration and renewable energy.Solís said his visit to the White House will be brief and that the agenda was convened following an official invitation from the U.S. government.One of the key issues to be discussed at the meeting is the newly announced program to provide temporary shelter to Central American refugees while they are processed for asylum in the U.S.Under the program, Costa Rica will take up to 200 asylum-seekers at a time from Central America’s Northern Triangle: El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.Solís and Biden will also discuss the formulation of a sustainable energy strategy for Central America.Casa Presidencial reported that Solís will take the opportunity to promote Christiana Figueres’ bid for the General Secretariat of the United Nations.The official entourage will include Foreign Minister Manuel González, Presidency Minister Sergio Alfaro and director of the Department of Intelligence and Security Mariano Figueres. The group will be back in the country on Tuesday. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

Frank Nothaft The Impact of Harvey

first_imgFrank Nothaft: The Impact of Harvey In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, and the looming threat of Hurricane Irma and Jose, CoreLogic’s Chief Economist Frank Nothaft discusses from an economist’s perspective the implications of natural disasters on the housing market.According to Nothaft, the effects are going to be lasting while homeowners wait for aid. Undamaged properties, however, could experience a rise in both home prices and rent, due to limited inventory and a growing number of displaced families.See Nothaft discuss these factors, damage estimates, insurance considerations, and a timeline for reconstruction in this Video Spotlight. September 7, 2017 728 Views in Daily Dose, Featured, Headlines, News, Servicingcenter_img CoreLogic Hurricane harvey 2017-09-07 Joey Pizzolato Sharelast_img read more