Chelsea have accused referee Mark Clattenburg of directing inappropriate language towards two of their players during yesterday’s acrimonious 3-2 defeat against Manchester United, with one complaint understood to relate to a comment of an alleged racial nature.A formal complaint has been made to the Premier League’s match delegate and will be forwarded to the Football Association, with the Professional Game Match Officials’ Board, the body which represents referees, now awaiting the reports from both Clattenburg and the match delegate.A spokesman for the referees said last night: “PGMO is aware of the allegations and they are being treated with the utmost seriousness. Mark will co-operate fully and welcomes the opportunity for the facts to be established. No further comment will be made until this matter has been properly investigated.”It is understood that Chelsea will allege that one player, believed to be John Obi Mikel, has complained that Clattenburg directed a comment of a racial nature at him during the game.The complaint of the other Chelsea player is understood to allege inappropriate language but not of a racial nature. Mikel, who was booked for dissent during the game, is believed to have confronted Clattenburg in the referee’s room after the game. Chelsea announced that they had made their complaint around two hours after the final whistle.“We have lodged a complaint to the Premier League match delegate with regards to inappropriate language used by the referee and directed at two of our players in two separate incidents in today’s match,” said a Chelsea statement. “The match delegate will pass the complaint to the Football Association . We will make no further comment at this time.” All officials have microphones during the game which allow them to speak freely to one another, meaning that assistant referees Michael McDonough and Simon Long, and fourth official Michael Jones, should have been able to hear all conversations between Clattenburg and the players.Allegations of racial abuse have marred English football for more than a year, with John Terry, the Chelsea captain, and Luis Suárez, the Liverpool striker, both having been banned by the FA over the past year. Terry was serving the second of his four-game ban yesterday.Chelsea were also deeply unhappy with the refereeing performance yesterday of Clattenburg, with manager Roberto di Matteo accusing him of “ruining” the game after sending off two of his players and then allowing Manchester United a winning goal that was clearly offside. The main controversy surrounded Fernando Torres’s second booking, for a supposed dive, after there appeared to be slight contact with Jonny Evans, the Manchester United defender.“I think it’s quite obvious, in the eyes of everybody, that the second yellow for Fernando wasn’t one, it was foul for us, and he probably should have booked Evans,” said Di Matteo. “The decisive goal was an offside goal. It’s a shame the game has to be decided in that manner.“Surely when he [Clattenburg] is going to watch the images he’s going to realise that he made big mistakes. Fernando put the ball between Evans’ legs and was through and was kicked on his shin and he went down. “We are massively disappointed that these key decisions were wrong. It always seems to be in favour of the opposition. It was a good game of football with two good teams and the officials ruined it.”Di Matteo, his assistant first-team coach Steve Holland and goalkeeping coach Christophe Lollichon, were embroiled in a furious touchline row with Sir Alex Ferguson, the Manchester United, over the Torres dismissal.Ferguson clearly had little sympathy and later claimed that Torres had got what he deserved.“Being a striker myself, when I went through on goal, I would never think about going down,” said Ferguson. “He could have gone on and he chose not to. I thought he went down. I think Jonny may have just caught him a little bit but you can either carry on running, which he could have done, but he chose to go down. He could have carried on and scored.“I would never have missed that chance. But he did go down, that’s the issue, and he has already been booked so it’s his own fault. We have had some shocking decisions down here.” Ferguson also claimed that Clattenburg had booked Antonio Valencia for diving because he had already cautioned Mikel and did not want to send off the Chelsea midfielder. “I thought that it got a bit nasty,” said Ferguson.Chelsea also launched an investigation into reports that a steward was injured by objects that were thrown on to the pitch following United’s winning goal.Chelsea fans in the Matthew Harding stand hurled abuse and appeared to throw objects at the Manchester United players as they celebrated Javier Hernandez’s winner.The steward, who was later taken to hospital, fell to the floor at the same time that the fans responded to the celebrations and needed approximately 10 minutes’ treatment by paramedics at the side of the pitch.”We are looking at reports of objects that may have been thrown or incidents around the steward taking a fall,” a Chelsea spokesman said after the match. ”We are investigating all the incidents around that time.”My information so far is that he slipped and fell, may have hurt his knee, and was being treated by the side of the pitch.”He’s been taken to hospital.”Hernandez gestured towards the pocket of home supporters after scoring the winner for United 15 minutes from time.His captain Patrice Evra then tried to calm him down knowing the Mexican’s celebration was likely to anger the Chelsea fans. More stewards were seen coming to the aid of their injured colleague, who was clearly in pain, before a team of paramedics ran around the edge of the pitch to help him.After the game Chelsea cordoned off the section of the stand where the fans vented their anger at the United players.
London, United Kingdom | AFP | London will host a new World Cup event this summer featuring eight top nations including the United States and Jamaica, British Athletics announced on Monday.Britain, the United States, Poland, China, Germany, France, Jamaica and South Africa will compete at the London Stadium on July 14-15.The tournament follows last year’s world athletics championships in the British capital, which also hosted the Olympics in 2012.The competition format will feature all field events and track events up to and including the 1500m, with just one man and one woman from each nation in each event.Each nation will be competing for a $2 million prize pot over two evening sessions of athletics under the lights.“It’s great to see such an exciting head-to-head event confirmed to be taking place in London this summer — the concept is one that will excite everyone in athletics and is sure to attract new fans to the sport,” said Olympic and world 400m champion Wayde van Niekerk.Sebastian Coe, president of athletics’ world governing body the IAAF, hailed the “innovative” event. “We have eight lanes, eight top nations, eight teams and a host of world-class athletes lining up in each event to win the trophy and prize pot. This will be a fast-paced and exhilarating experience for athletes and fans.”UK Athletics chief executive Niels de Vos told AFP he was confident the event would capture the attention of the sporting world, even though it clashes with the World Cup final in Russia and the Wimbledon finals.“When you have a new concept in sport, actually what better time to do it than when everyone’s talking about the football World Cup,” he asked.“There is no global athletics event this year and there’s certainly space for a global team event,” he said. “The public likes medals and flags in simple terms. It’s a sugar rush of a 10-day athletics competition crammed into two days.”De Vos said he expected top stars from the competing nations to take part in London, attracted by the substantial prize pot and the chance to compete for national pride in front of bumper crowds.“We’ll select the British champion (in each event) but we don’t know what the other nations will do,” he added. “It’s up to the individual countries how they select their athletes.”Share on: WhatsApp read more
Ben Gresley-Jones of Rossland/Trail is tied for 22nd following the opening round Tuesday at the B.C. Men’s Amateur Golf Championship at The Dunes near Kamloops.Gresley-Jones, who stumbled a bit on the front nine, shot a first-round 1-under-par to sit five shots behind first round leader Jeremy Osborne of Salmon Arm. Gresley-Jones finished the day with four birdies and three bogeys.Richard Jung of Toronto and Daniel Bismeyer of Pitt Meadows are tied for second at 5-under-par.Gresley-Jones leads the four-player West Kootenay contingent, featuring Nelson’s Josh Coletti and Jordan Melanson and Adam Pangburn of Kaslo.Coletti is tied for 62nd after firing a 2-over-par 74 while Melanson, who has been tearing up the local golf scene, struggled with a 75.Melanson, who bogeyd the first two holes and never recovered, and Pangburn are tied for 75th.Round two on the 7,131-yard par 72 The Dunes course goes Wednesday.Following round two cuts will be made to reduce the field for the final two rounds Thursday and Friday.firstname.lastname@example.org read more
Friday Nelson tied Greater Trail Orange Crush 1 -1 as Larson Proctor scored the only goal and won player of the game. Saturday Nelson dropped a 6-1 decision to Spokane Kings.Wyatt Groenhuysen scored Nelson’s lone goal while goalie Shea Andersen was player of the game. Nelson bounced back to defeat Spokane River Rats 5 -1 later in the day.Grady Groenhuysen, brother Wyatt Groenhuysen each had a pair, while Jack Boyes, with three assists, was named player of game. Sunday Nelson concluded the tournament with a 4-0 win over Greater Trail Storm Troopers.Larson Proctor, Wyatt Groenhuysen, player of the game Dax Dewar and Grady Groenhuysen scored for Nelson.All games ended in a fun five-minute shootout with the first team to sink five pucks.Nelson won all four shootouts thanks to the amazing play of goaltender Shea Andersen.The tournament boosted the population of the Heritage City for the annual event for boys and girls between the ages of five to eight years.The Nelson Daily dropped by the tourney to snap a few pictures of the stars in action. Nelson Minor Hockey hosted the best tournament of the season this past weekend at the NDCC Arena as teams flocked to the Heritage City to compete in the annual Novice tournament. A total of three Junior Novice teams and six Senior Novice teams from Spokane, South Okanagan and Trail/Rossland along with two Nelson squads each played three games during the weekend in the playday format.In Junior Novice play, Nelson beat Trail Raptors 6-2 with goals scored by Jasper Marshall assisted by Jaxon Slomba and Haley Hutt, River Marshall assisted by Marley Fode, Brody Arjun assisted by Kieran Mucha, Jack Fode, Theo Byers-Bohigian and Wesley Jordan. The host club then edged Trail Hawks 5-4 with two goals by River Marshall and Wesley Jordan while Jasper Marshall added a single. Nelson dropped its final game to the Hawks 6-4 with goals from River Marshall assisted by Weston McBeath, Caleb Bernhardt, Jaxon Slomba assisted by Eryn Dimopoulus, and Wesley Jordan.Senior Novice results had Nelson finishing with a 2-1-1 record. read more
ARCADIA, Calif. (March 8, 2017)–Separated by three quarters of a length when last they met, the Carla Gaines-conditioned Bolo will square off again with Kenny Black’s What a View and Phil D’Amato’s Conquest Enforcer as they head a field of seven older horses in Saturday’s Grade I, $400,000 Frank E. Kilroe Mile (turf) at Santa Anita. A winner of the 2015 Grade I Santa Anita Derby, Kaleem Shah’s Dortmund has impeccable main track credentials but will try turf for the first time in what will also be his initial start for trainer Art Sherman.Named for the late Frank E. (Jimmy) Kilroe, Santa Anita’s innovative, longtime Director of Racing, the Kilroe will be run for the 58th time on Saturday. BOLO: A striking physical specimen who’s blessed with a long stride, Bolo, a 5-year-old Kentucky-bred horse by Temple City, was ridden to perfection by Mike Smith in the Grade II, one mile turf Arcadia Stakes on Feb. 11, as Smith allowed his mount to idle a quarter mile from home and called upon him the final furlong to just get up by a head over What a View, who had defeated him in last year’s Kilroe. Owned by Golden Pegasus Racing, Inc. and Earle I. Mack, LLC, Bolo has three wins and a second from five tries at a mile on turf and should be extremely tough to beat on Saturday. With an overall mark of 13-5-1-2, he has earnings of $614,045. THE GRADE I FRANK E. KILROE MILE WITH JOCKEYS & WEIGHTS IN POST POSITION ORDERRace 9 of 11 Approximate post time 4:00 p.m. PT DORTMUND: This striking chestnut son of Big Brown would appear to be the biggest question mark on the Saturday afternoon card. Although he was also nominated to the Grade I, seven furlong Triple Bend Stakes Saturday, he will instead be trying turf for the first time in the Kilroe and although Big Brown was a stakes winner on grass, no one knows if Dortmund, who’s been idle since running fourth as the 3-5 favorite in the Grade I Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile on Nov. 4, will be as effective on the lawn as he has been on dirt. Adding to the uncertainty is the fact he’ll be making his first start for Art Sherman and be ridden for the first time by Victor Espinoza. Originally trained by Bob Baffert, he has shown consistent brilliance on the main track, running into the likes of California Chrome, American Pharoah and Beholder over the course of 14 lifetime starts. Owned by Kaleem Shah, he’s 14-8-2-2 overall, with earnings of $1,982,480. Bal a Bali–Javier Castellano–120Flamboyant–Brice Blanc – 120Bolo–Mike Smith–122Dortmund–Victor Espinoza–120Ring Weekend–Rafael Bejarano – 122Conquest Enforcer–Flavien Prat–122What a View–Tyler Baze–122Be sure to tune into XBTV on Saturday at www.xbtv.com/watch-live/ from any mobile device or computer. The XBTV team will feature live, on-site coverage all day long on Santa Anita Handicap Day, and Gulfstream Park bonus coverage will be provided as well.Fans can watch video of Kilroe workers at www.xbtv.com/video-on-demand/workouts/Special early first post time for an 11-race card on Saturday is at 12 noon. Admission gates will open at 10 a.m. For scratches, changes and complete morning line information, please visit: www.santaanita.com/horse-racing/live-racing/. CONQUEST ENFORCER: An emphatic gate to winner of the Grade II, Mathis Brothers Mile (turf) two starts back on Dec. 26, he tired just a bit late in the Grade II Arcadia, finishing third, beaten three quarters of a length by Bolo, in what was his third start for Phil D’Amato. Although he actually took a short lead a furlong out, What a View battled back gamely to his inside and Bolo came flying wide-out to get the money in a thriller. Ridden by Flavien Prat and favored in both of his local starts, Conquest Enforcer, a 4-year-old Ontario Canadian-bred colt by Into Mischief, has two wins and a third from four starts at a mile on turf and is 9-5-0-3 overall. Owned by Loooch Racing Stables, Inc., Imaginary Stables and Raquel Ritchie, he has earnings of $504,640. WHAT A VIEW: A sharp second two starts back in the California Cup Turf Classic at 1 1/8 miles, this 6-year-old California-bred gelding by Vronsky wheeled back on short notice to just miss in the Grade II Arcadia at one mile on turf Feb. 11. Sent to the early lead by Tyler Baze, he appeared to have vanquished Bolo at the top of the lane, but was tagged by a head right on the money, leaving a bewildered Baze to lament, “We just can’t beat Mike Smith.” That said, What a View, who was a runaway winner of last year’s edition and has four wins and a second from nine tries at the Kilroe distance, would appear to have a big look on Saturday as Baze will attempt to ration his speed. Owned by Finish Line Racing, LLC, the Elwood Johnston Trust and Taste of Victory Stables, What a View is 17-6-4-0 overall with earnings of $683,326. read more
At the 2018 Austin Film Festival, we chatted with Root for the Villain writer/director Max Rissman about shooting short-form episodic content.The Austin Film Festival is regarded as a writer’s film festival. This year, in addition to marquee screenings of Isold Uggadottir’s And Breathe Normally, Brady Corbet’s Vox Lux (starring Natalie Portman), and Yorgos Lanthimos’s The Favourite, the festival hosted a whole week of shorts and features, workshops, and pitch competitions aimed at honoring up-and-coming writing talent.We caught up with writer/director Max Rissman, whose digital series Root for the Villain played as part of a new Scripted Digital Series block, to chat about his writing experience and to get his advice on directing a digital series.1. A Good Bridge ProjectI had already done my fair share of shorts while in film school, so I was excited to challenge myself with a more ambitious project for my MFA thesis. However, I didn’t feel quite ready to dive all-in on a feature, but a short series felt like a good transition towards more long form projects.Coming out of film school at NYU, Rissman (like most film school graduates) already had several short films to his name. However, jumping straight to a feature isn’t always the path for everyone. While Rissman was looking to challenge himself with more than just another short, the concept of doing Root for the Villain as five digital shorts (about 8 minutes each) ended up being a better bridge project right out of school than taking on the major risks of shooting (and financing) a full feature.2. Let the Formula Find YouOnce I decided on doing a digital short series, it really allowed the formula to find me in the early writing stages. You don’t have to let screen times dictate your story when you’re setting your own constraints.In the Scripted Digital Series block at the Austin Film Festival, short series came in many different time formats and episode counts. For Root for the Villain, Rissman’s five eight-minute episodes were simply the right formula and screen time for his stories. Festivals usually have strict rules for what shorts and features need to be, but this new format can be much more open to filmmakers exploring their stories’ needs.3. Explore the Episodic Nature of StorytellingWriting and directing short form episodes is quite different from both the contained nature of films and the open-ended nature of pilots. With short episodes you can tell an ongoing story in a manageable and nimble way, while exploring the challenges and opportunities of stringing several episodes together to draw the audience into a unique world and have them invest in your characters.Because of the nature of the industry, not many screenwriters get the opportunity to write episodic content. It’s much different than telling self-contained stories, Rissman explains. Episodic content allows you to bury information a little deeper and really explore characters and relationships in ways that you don’t have to resolve immediately. As episodic content becomes a bigger part of the industry, it can be great practice for screenwriters to begin exploring it early and often.4. Lead with Your StrengthsAs I continue to develop my craft as both a writer and director, I have always considered writing to be my biggest strength of the two. Once you know your strengths, you can use them to try to mitigate your weaknesses by surrounding yourself with talented people who can cover you in other areas.At a screenwriter’s film festival like AFF, it’s hard not to bump into talented writers at every screening. Like many at the festival, writing is a strength for Rissman, but that doesn’t mean he’s perfect. Good writing will always be one of the most important parts of a project — after all, Rissman says, “a good script can go a long way in attracting the most talented actors and crew members, who are eager to work on high quality material.”5. The New Age of Digital SeriesThe timing of this project really worked out well as many festivals began adding digital series slots to their lineups just as we were starting our submission process. But in general, the industry seems to be leaning more and more in the direction of a new age of independent television.When you see Root for the Villain (and Rissman is hopeful it’ll be up online in some format early 2019), you really get to feel like you know the characters. As a semi-procedural format, it feels familiar-yet-refreshing with its supernatural twist. It’s a nice change of pace from many of the heavy themes we see in most festival features; it presents itself more as content we’re used to seeing every day on television and online. For filmmakers like Rissman, it’s a bold concept to embrace, but in the end, it might be the first of a exciting new path for writers and filmmakers.You can find out more about Root for the Villain on the project’s Seed & Spark page, or keep up with its release information on Facebook.All images via Root for the Villain.For more behind-the-scenes insights and interviews, check out some of these articles below.Screenwriter James V. 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In an age of global position satellites, where turn by turn directions are always available, what you really need is a compass. The GPS tells you how to get where you are going. It provides you with the best route from getting from point A to point B. When it’s really fancy, it tells you all kinds of other information, things that might slow you down or help you along your way. It is a tool designed to make your journey more efficient.A compass is different. It doesn’t tell you how to get where you are going, nor does it map out the best course of action. The information it provides is limited, but the little information it provides in many ways exceeds that of the GPS. A compass tells you in which direction you are traveling.The direction you are heading is a question of values. You need to know what is your True North, that thing that is calling you, your purpose, what you are here to do with the time you have been given. If you don’t know where you are going, you don’t need turn by turn directions; you need a destination.A compass helps you get your bearings, to know which way you are facing, whether you are moving towards your True North or away from it.The reason most people drift isn’t that the directions are unknown or unknowable. They drift because they haven’t decided what they want and why they want it. They don’t have goals that provide them with direction and that compel them forward towards some better future, some better version of themselves.The efficiency in which you make your journey is nowhere near as important as arriving in the right place. If forced to choose between efficiency or effectiveness when it comes to the most important things in life, always choose effectiveness.A compass shows you your direction. Essential Reading! Get my first book: The Only Sale Guide You’ll Ever Need “The USA Today bestseller by the star sales speaker and author of The Sales Blog that reveals how all salespeople can attain huge sales success through strategies backed by extensive research and experience.” Buy Now read more
Flags of SEA Games countries raised at Athletes Village pic.twitter.com/NxOyccIS2A— Floyd Mayweather (@FloydMayweather) August 19, 2017At 40, returning boxing pound-for-pound great Floyd Mayweather Jr. may have diminished skills, but his confidence remains as high as ever.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutComing off an almost two-year layoff from the sport, “Money” is making a comeback to the ring next week against Irish superstar and UFC Lightweight Champion Conor McGregor in a crossover match for the ages at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.ADVERTISEMENT UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension RELATED STORY:Mayweather warns of hefty fine if McGregor kicks him in their fight With such an extended period of time away from professional competition, many thought the seasoned boxer would require a stricter training camp to make up for his long absence. Instead, the ever-brash undefeated fighter recently invited his fans on social media to party with him at his own strip club, ahead of the monumental fight.“Come hang out with me Tonight at “GIRL COLLECTION” and ask me anything you want, live & in person!” he wrote, adding he’d be at the venue on Aug. 17 until the 28th.Just to make sure there was no error there, Mayweather clarified that he was indeed praying the whole week before his next fight.“That’s right… I’m partying the entire week before my fight all the way through to next Monday following my fight ONLY at Girl Collection!!!!” his message read.His opponent, McGregor, on the other hand, hasn’t been too modest either, claiming the undefeated fighter won’t even get past the first round. /raADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC LATEST STORIES Man sworn in as lawyer by judge who sentenced him to prison as a teen 20 years ago SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding SEA Games: Kayla Richardson skips 100m dash, targets 200m gold Manny Pacquiao on Floyd Mayweather: Let him enjoy retirement PLAY LIST 00:44Manny Pacquiao on Floyd Mayweather: Let him enjoy retirement00:50Trending Articles01:49Pacquiao to Mayweather: Want fans to stop asking for rematch? Then fight me again01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses View comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Read Next read more
FILE PHOTO from FIBA.comPerlas Pilipinas wrapped up its 2017 Southeast Asian Games campaign in style, decimating Vietnam, 118-44, Friday at MABA Stadium in Kuala Lumpur.The victory kept the Filipinos in the running for at least a bronze medal finish with their 4-2 card.ADVERTISEMENT Huynh Thi Ngoan led the still winless Vietnam (0-4) with nine points in the defeat.The Scores:PERLAS PILIPINAS 118 – Resultay 26, Dy 23, Pontejos 15, Castro 12, Animam 8, Almazan 6, Bernardino 6, Cabinbin 6, Tongco 6, Abaca 4, Sambile 4, Lim 2.VIETNAM 44 – Huynh 9, Trat 8, Nguyen TCT 7, Bui THT 4, Nguyen TLV 4, Nguyen TTD 4, Bui KN 2, Linh 2, Nguyen NB 2, Tran 2, Pham TDT 0, Pham TTB 0.Quarters: 20-21, 52-23, 86-33, 118-44.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief Nocturnal animal Mayweather visits strip club Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics PLAY LIST 00:45Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics00:50Trending Articles01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games05:25PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH03:04Filipino athletes share their expectations for 2019 SEA Games02:25PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games SEA Games: PH’s Alisson Perticheto tops ice skating short program Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Read Next WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension Cindy Resultay caught fire and unfurled 26 points, eight steals, three rebounds, and three assists, while Raiza Rose Dy contributed 23 markers.Janine Pontejos came off the bench and added 15 points and four steals, while Claire Castro got 12.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutAnalyn Almazan controlled the boards with six markers and 12 rebounds.Perlas got it done on defense and outscored the Vietnamese, 32-2, in the second quarter to turn a 20-21 deficit into a 52-23 halftime edge which ballooned to the final spread of 74. Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games LIST: Class, gov’t work suspensions during 30th SEA Games MOST READ LATEST STORIES View comments read more
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