Pep Guardiola opened up on his selection dilemma as they maintain their quadruple chase following their victory over Wolves.Kevin De Bruyne and Sergio Aguero were left on the bench for Monday’s 3-0 defeat of Wolves at the Etihad Stadium, moving City within four points of leaders Liverpool.And Guardiola accepts he has to make difficult decisions over his team selection on a game-by-game basis.“I have an incredible squad, so if Kevin plays like he deserves to play, maybe [Ilkay] Gundogan doesn’t play – he made maybe six or seven assists in the last two games. He didn’t play today – and both deserve to play,” Guardiola told a news conference and cited via FourFourTwo.Premier League Betting: Match-day 5 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Going into the Premier League’s match-day five with a gap already beginning to form at the top of the league. We will take a…“But Bernardo [Silva] also deserves to play, what he has done so far, and Fernandinho what he has done against Liverpool. So that’s where he is and we’ve spoken about that. Today one of my favourite players, Phil [Foden], he was in the tribune.“But there is a lot of games and everybody is going to play. Maybe the next game, new players are going to come in. So they have to be ready, and not only that they have to play good in all the details. Because if they don’t, another one is going to play.“After that, I make a mistake, of course, I am unfair for many, many players and I know that. But today I decided for that and for the fresh players – like Aymeric [Laporte], John [Stones], Bernardo, Fernandinho – so it is what it is.”
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WILMINGTON, MA — Below is a reminder from the Wilmington Recreation Department:The deadline to register for Summer Basketball is Tuesday, June 4. We have your ticket to outdoor evening basketball action under the lights at the Shawsheen Elementary School!The ‘Shooting Stars League’ for children entering Grades 3-5 will run from July 9-August 15 with girls playing on Tuesday evenings and boys playing on Thursday evenings. Cost is $30. The summer league provides some instruction and is refereed, but is more casual and has a strong emphasis on having fun above all else.The ‘Twilight Hoops’ program for students entering Grades 6 – 8 will be held on Monday and Wednesday evenings and will run from July 8-31. This co-ed program allows players to drop in for organized, refereed pick-up basketball games. Cost is $30. Players must wear a navy/white Rec. Basketball jersey. New shirts are available for purchase from the Rec. Office for $10 if you do not have a shirt from a previous season.To register, visit www.wilmingtonma.gov/recreation, call 978-658-4270, or stop by Town Hall (Room 8). The office is open Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWILMINGTON REC REMINDERS: Registration Now Open For SNL Flag Football & Rec BasketballIn “Community”CHECK YOUR REC: Wilmington Recreation’s Summer Newsletter Now AvailableIn “Community”CHECK YOUR REC: Registration Still Open For Yoga For Full-Figured Woman, R.A.D. Training, Tiny Tots & MoreIn “Community”
Sudanese protesters wave the current and former national flags during a rally outside the army headquarters in the capital Khartoum on 27 April. Photo: AFPSudan’s protest leaders and army rulers agreed Saturday to establish a joint civilian-military ruling council, a major breakthrough in talks between the two sides over demonstrators’ demands for a handover to civilian rule.The agreement on the highly disputed issue came as thousands of protesters remain encamped outside the military headquarters since the army ousted longtime leader Omar al-Bashir on 11 April, demanding that the army rulers step down.”We agreed on a joint council between the civilian and the military,” one of the leaders of the protest campaign, Ahmed al-Rabia, who was involved in the talks, told AFP.”We are now in consultation about what percentage of the council should be represented by civilians and how much by the military.”The agreement between the two sides is a major breakthrough as the current army leaders had refused to hand over power to a civilian administration despite pressure from the street and the international community.”I’m happy with the outcome of the talks. Other protesters too will be happy,” said protester Ahmed Najdi, who has regularly camped outside the army complex over the past weeks.”We are still waiting for the final composition of the joint council.”The new council will be the sovereign ruling body that will then form a transitional civilian administration.The decision to have a joint council came during talks held since Saturday morning by a joint committee representing the current ruling military leadership and protesters.The talks were the first such by the joint committee.’We won’t leave’Bashir was ousted by the army after months of protests against his three-decade rule.Thousands of demonstrators reached the sprawling military headquarters in central Khartoum on 6 April, demanding that the army support those opposing Bashir.Five days later, the army toppled Bashir but then took power into its own hands through a 10-member transitional military council.Another demonstrator Rawan Al-Fateh said those camped out would not leave until their demands were met.”We won’t leave until we have civil rule and laws guaranteeing freedom of expression.”Buses bringing protesters kept arriving Saturday, with hundreds of protesters coming from the eastern province of Kassala, an AFP photographer said.Protest leaders had previously held several rounds of inconclusive talks with the military council since Bashir was ousted.Earlier this week, the two sides agreed to set up the joint committee to chart the way forward.The military council has so far insisted that it has assumed power for a two-year transitional period.Western governments have expressed support for protesters’ demands, but Sudan’s key Gulf Arab lenders have backed the military council, while African states have called for more time for the army to hand over to civilians.Meanwhile the country’s top opposition leader Sadiq al-Mahdi called for Sudan to join the International Criminal Court which has indicted Bashir.Mahdi, a former prime minister and head of the opposition National Umma Party that has backed the protests, also told reporters that the army’s ouster of Bashir was “not a military coup”.Call to join ICCMahdi also said that “it is possible to agree on a civilian authority with the military council because they did not plan a coup”.But he said his party would not join a civilian transitional government.He insisted Sudan should “immediately” join the Hague-based International Criminal Court where Bashir is wanted for genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity for his alleged role in the conflict in Darfur.Bashir, 75, has consistently denied the charges against him.The war in Darfur erupted in 2003 when ethnic minority rebels took up arms against Khartoum’s Arab-dominated government, accusing it of social and political marginalisation.The United Nations says about 300,000 people have died in the conflict, with another 2.5 million displaced, many of them still living in miserable camps across the western region of the country.Protest group spokesman Amjad Farid told reporters that Bashir and other regime figures could be tried in Sudan.”We are not seeking retaliatory measures against them, but we want to rebuild our justice system to hold them accountable for their crimes,” he said.Mahdi, who was forced from office by Bashir in a 1989 coup, said the president’s regime was clinging on despite the upheaval.”The toppled regime might still try to do a coup,” he said without elaborating.As protesters were pushing the military on civilian rule Saturday, assailants hurled rocks at a meeting of members of the Islamist Popular Congress Party, an ally of Bashir’s, injuring 32 of them.The group leading the protests and the military council condemned the incident.
Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/. Share Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty ImagesThe 58 fatalities in October’s mass shooting in Las Vegas were all caused by gunshot wounds, the county coroner and medical examiner said Thursday. A makeshift memorial on the south end of the Las Vegas Strip a few days after the shooting has photos of some of those who were killed.All 58 of the people killed in the mass shooting in Las Vegas on Oct. 1 died of gunshot wounds, the Clark County Office of the Coroner/Medical Examiner has determined.Nearly all of the fatalities were caused by a single gunshot wound, though six victims died from multiple wounds. Most had been shot in the head, chest or back. The deaths were all ruled homicides.In the chaos of the shooting, in which bullets rained down on a country music festival from a gunman on the 32nd floor of a nearby hotel, it wasn’t immediately clear whether any victims might have died from trampling as the crowds sought to escape the fusillade.The shooter, Stephen Paddock, died from a gunshot wound to the head that entered through the mouth. His cause of death was a suicide, the coroner’s office said.Coroner John Fudenberg told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that it has taken more than two months to release the information because his office wanted to be accurate and notify the victims’ families first.“Because of the impact that this incident had on our community, and the attention that this incident received, it became very important for us to ensure that all of the families had the information prior to us releasing it to the public,” Fudenberg told the newspaper.More than 500 people were injured during the shooting, and thousands of others who were there at the Route 91 Harvest Festival have been trying to cope in the months since the tragedy.One woman who was there, Melissa Barham, recently told NPR’s Weekend Edition that since the massacre, she’s been and sad depressed and wonders whether anything has really changed since the Sandy Hook shooting five years ago.“I wake up every morning and I journal,” Barham said. “I pick one of the victims and I write down their name and their age and where they’re from and then just details about them. And I just think about them.”“And this time of year, the holidays, make it really hard.”
By The Associated PressCHICAGO (AP) — The Latest on Chicago’s mayoral election (all times local):12:35 p.m.Chicago Mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot says she’s “got a lot of hard work ahead” as she prepares to take office next month.Lightfoot spoke Wednesday at an appearance with her opponent in Tuesday’s election, Toni Preckwinkle. The event was hosted by civil rights leader the Rev. Jesse Jackson at his Rainbow PUSH Coalition.Chicago Mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot, right, shakes hands with former mayoral candidate Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle as Rev. Jesse Jackson look on during a press conference at the Rainbow PUSH organization, Wednesday morning, April 3, 2019, in Chicago. (Ashlee Rezin/Chicago Sun-Times via AP)Lightfoot easily defeated Preckwinkle in Tuesday’s election to become Chicago’s first black female mayor and the city’s first openly gay mayor.Lightfoot told the crowd she plans to “hit the ground running.” She says she has a mandate for change after carrying all 50 of the city’s wards. She says she wants to “make sure we’re being true to that.”Lightfoot says her list of priorities includes public schools, immigration, financial issues and the city’s violence problem.___7:45 a.m.Chicago’s new mayor-elect plans to start her day greeting voters downtown before attending a unity news conference with her opponent in Tuesday’s election.Lori Lightfoot will meet with commuters Wednesday morning at a Chicago Transit Authority train station. The former federal prosecutor will then attend a news conference with Toni Preckwinkle at the Rev. Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow PUSH Coalition. Lightfoot easily defeated Preckwinkle on Tuesday with backing from voter across the city. She’s the first black woman and first openly gay person to be elected Chicago’s mayor. Jackson on Saturday asked the two candidates if they would sign a pledge agreeing to the Tuesday meeting. The longtime civil rights leader told them that the race would end Tuesday, and then “the healing must begin.” Both women signed the document.___12 a.m.Chicago Mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot’s resounding victory is a clear call for change at City Hall and a historic repudiation of the old-style, insider politics that have long defined the nation’s third-largest city.Lightfoot, a former federal prosecutor who’d never been elected to public office, defeated Cook County Board President and former Alderman Toni Preckwinkle on Tuesday. She won with backing from voters across the city.Lightfoot also made history, becoming the first black woman and the first openly gay person to be Chicago mayor.She told a cheering crowd people are seeing “a city reborn.”Lightfoot pledged to break the cycle of corruption in city government, reduce violence and help low-income and working-class residents in the city’s neighborhoods.But she faces major challenges, including Chicago’s deep financial problems.