After Raffaele Sollecito received conviction in January for his involvement in the murder of Meredith Kercher, he retained his belief that he is innocent on the charges filed against him. He uses his thesis, "Social Network Analysis and Semantic Proximity," as proof. Defendant's lawyers also introduce new tactics to the case.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the watchdog group is slamming the "Today" show for airing the trailer during its morning time slot. In the same line, the group also expressed its trouble with the heavy promotion of the film based on one of EL James's erotic book trilogy.
The New York Times said the observance of Ramadan is a religious obligations for Muslims, who fast and forgo liquids from dawn until dusk for about a month. As Muslims all over the world prepare for the beginning of Ramadan, which will be on Saturday night, it would be curious to know how Muslim players set to play for their home teams in their upcoming knockout matches prepare for their games and at the same time follow their religious obligations.
An ambulance service assistant area manager Rob Marsh said that while emergency services personnel do understand the severity of England's loss to Uruguay in the World Cup, they do not condone the type of behavior made towards them, especially at the time when they are just doing their jobs.
The issue about the World Cup songs played in Morrisons' stores stemmed from Scotland unable to make it in the qualifying rounds to play at this year's World Cup tournament. England is currently playing in Brazil after making it through qualifying rounds.
Set up as a not-for-profit association in Switzerland, FIFA does not pay any taxes from revenues it gains from every World Cup tournament, the Forbes report wrote. It has also been observed that the organization has also managed to wrangled itself from laws in Brazil that would have required the organization to pay tax money.
Quartz said that researchers has already debunked the theory about sex as an influential physical factor to an athlete's performance. On the other hand, coaches remained to be unconvinced about the science dismissing the theory.
Chrysovalantis Vasilakis of the University of Warwick has reportedly found in a study of the increased globalization of soccer that by relaxing the rules on player migration endows significant benefits to those who have decided to move and for those who chose to stay.
Even if authorities have said that the stadium could be put to use for local games after the World Cup, football matches in Manaus could attract a thousand people at most, which would not make it an economical decision to host a local match there, the Guardian said.