(Reuters) - Los Angeles FC General Manager John Thorrington said Gareth Bale's stint in Major League Soccer will be the ideal preparation for the World Cup but they want him to stick around beyond the finals in Qatar. Bale, whose contract with LaLiga champions Real Madrid is due to end this summer, appeared to confirm the move in a post on Twitter on Saturday, writing, … [Read more...] about Soccer-LAFC general manager hopes Bale move not just for World Cup
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FOREIGN CURRENCY | An employee at a money exchange shop on A. Mabini Street in Manila accepts a hundred-dollar bill from a customer so it can be converted into pesos. On Monday, June 27, 2022, the Philippine peso again breached the 55:$1 level after more than 16 years. (Photo by LYN RILLON / Philippine Daily Inquirer) MANILA, Philippines — The peso on Monday breached the … [Read more...] about Peso breaches 55:$1, now Asean’s worst performer
Potsdam — Today’s growing world population and a privileged minority’s rapidly rising living standards are driving resource consumption and waste production at a rate requiring the capacities of 1.7 Earths and fuels alarming levels of global warming. And the ocean is increasingly suffering the consequences—not only the well-known large-scale bleaching of tropical corals caused … [Read more...] about Save planet Earth but destroy the ocean?
BUKIT JALIL: Malaysian students are doing well in foreign universities, possessing qualities such as grit and commitment, say varsities and institutions with booths at the Star Education Fair 2022. SG Education Group chief executive Datuk Sri Ganes said many of its students who went to Singapore for work and study programmes subsequently stayed on in well-paying jobs. … [Read more...] about Malaysian students on the right track