“There’s no way” – Jamie Carragher makes bold claim on Arsenal’s UEFA Champions League aspirations next season 

Former Liverpool defend Jamie Carragher has said that Arsenal are likely to miss out on a top-four finish next season. He said that the Londoners squandered a ‘massive opportunity’ to secure Champions League football this term and would struggle to do so next season due to fixture congestion. Fourth-placed Arsenal were four points clear of … Read more

In Turkey, book publishers face agonising choices to survive | Arts and Culture News

Istanbul, Turkey – Turkish publishers are struggling to release new books and face agonizing choices to survive amid the country’s economic crisis, according to some of Turkey’s most prestigious publishing houses. Turkey’s rampant inflation, which officially reached 70 percent in May, has weakened the purchasing power of Turkish bookworms. Meanwhile, with the Turkish lira slumping … Read more

Oklahoma signs into law US’s strictest abortion legislation | Women’s Rights News

The law allows private citizens to sue abortion providers in almost all cases, a model first used in Texas. Oklahoma’s conservative governor has signed into law the most severe abortion restriction currently active in the United States. The law, passed by the state’s Republican-controlled legislature last week and signed into law on Wednesday by Governor … Read more

“Going to report the matter to UEFA”

Javier Tebas has confirmed that he is working to take legal action against PSG. The Spaniard claims it is impossible that the Ligue1 side have renewed the contract of Kylian Mbappe without any FFP issues. Mbappe was linked with a free transfer to Real Madrid this summer, but the Frenchman decided to stay at PSG … Read more

Spain to reform secret services after phone-hacking scandal: PM | Politics News

Pedro Sanchez also promises new law governing ‘classified information’ after hacking of top politicians’ phones. Spain will “strengthen judicial control” over its secret services in the wake of a scandal over the hacking of the mobile phones of top politicians, according to Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez. The scandal broke in April when it emerged the … Read more

Bulgaria uses police dogs, violence in refugee pushbacks: HRW | Migration News

Human Rights Watch says Bulgaria is using police dogs and other violence to illegally push refugees back into Turkey. An international rights group says Bulgarian authorities are attacking Afghan and other asylum seekers, using police dogs and other violence to illegally push them back over the border into Turkey. Human Rights Watch said on Thursday … Read more

Ian Wright urges Chelsea to sign a replacement for injury-prone superstar 

Former Arsenal ace Ian Wright has advised Chelsea to buy a replacement for their injury-prone star midfielder N’Golo Kante this summer. Since moving to Stamford Bridge from Leicester City in 2016, Kante has produced numerous top-drawer performances for the west London outfit. The Frenchman, though, has been having a tough time keeping himself fit lately. … Read more

“I was like, yeah I can do something big”

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) batter Rajat Patidar stated that he was confident of doing something big since the encounter against the Gujarat Titans (GT) earlier in the campaign. The 28-year-old registered his maiden IPL fifty against the league leaders in an afternoon encounter against the league leaders. After going unsold at the auction, Patidar became … Read more

Russia-Ukraine war: List of key events, day 92 | Russia-Ukraine war News

As the Russia-Ukraine war enters its 92nd day, we take a look at the main developments. Here are the key events so far on Thursday, May 26. Get the latest updates here. fighting Russian forces are close to encircling two key towns in the eastern Donbas region with constant mortar bombardment destroying houses and killing … Read more