🎩 pic.twitter.com/gsFbnHW8Tk — Squawka Football (@Squawka) August 19, 2018Tonight Andre Silva became the first player in the 21st century to score a hat-trick on his La Liga debut! 🔥🔥🔥Via: @OptaJose pic.twitter.com/4rDnYiiBXE — Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) August 19, 2018Top-flight debutants Huesca sprang a surprise by winning 2-1 at Eibar. We are working hard, you saw that reflected on the pitch today and this is the way to continue." Real monopolised the ball with a staggering 78 percent of possession and barely conceded a chance to Getafe, who picked up seven yellow cards as they desperately tried to halt Real's frequent attacks. Spanish winger Asensio joined Bale in hitting the woodwork and was also the catalyst for Real's second goal, chasing down Getafe defender Djene Dakonam to win back the ball and cross for Bale to hammer it in off the post.
August 20, 2018 06:11 UTC
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm TurnbullReutersThe Ipsos poll shows Turnbull’s personal approval plunging nine points to 46%Voter support for Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull crashed to its lowest level since December, an opinion poll published on Monday showed, further stoking leadership speculation in his ruling centre-right coalition. The Ipsos poll published in Fairfax newspapers shows Turnbull’s personal approval plunging nine points to 46%, just as he is struggling to unite a restive party room over energy policy. Although Turbull is still personally more popular than opposition Labor leader Bill Shorten, the poll shows support for his Liberal-National coalition fell four points to 45%, 10 points behind Labor and enough for a crushing electoral defeat. Media reported government members were being sounded about support for a challenge to Turnbull’s leadership, with Home Affairs minister Peter Dutton seen as the most likely potential challenger, although ministers tried to downplay talk of division. “I don’t believe that there’ll be a challenge to Malcolm Turnbull’s leadership, I believe that the cabinet is 100 percent behind Malcolm Turnbull, including Peter Dutton,” Minister for Defense Industry Christopher Pyne told reporters in Canberra.
August 20, 2018 03:22 UTC
The separated families are victims of a decades-long standoff between the neighbors, which has escalated over the past several years as Pyongyang rapidly advanced its nuclear weapons and missile programs. More than 57,000 South Korean survivors have registered for a brief family reunion, which lasts only 11 hours and often ends in painful farewells. For years, Seoul has been calling for regular meetings between separated families including using video conferences, but the reunion programs often fell victim to fragile relations with Pyongyang. Around 132,600 individuals are listed as separated families as of end-July. The oldest South Korean participating in the latest gathering is 101 years old.
August 20, 2018 03:11 UTC
The rains, which began in June, are likely to leave a serious impact on the health and well-being of the Rohingyas, this monsoon season as well as in the future, according to Medecins Sans Frontieres – Doctors Without Borders (MSF). Poor sanitation caused by landslidesBellingham also talked about how the sanitation has worsened during the monsoon season, with latrines collapsing, rapidly filling, and some overflowing. MSF's emergency healthcareBesides tending to injuries directly caused by flooding and landslides, MSF is also seeing many patients suffering from respiratory tract infections and acute watery diarrhoea. The monsoon season is expected to continue until September. The next cyclone season is likely to begin in October and is likely to bring more heavy rains and further health risks.
August 19, 2018 21:33 UTC
Network on Climate Change, Bangladesh released the "Annual Media Track Report 2017"and presented the Media and Climate Change Observatory survey during a program at the Dhaka Reporters' Unity in the capital on Sunday, August 19, 2018 Mahadi Al Hasnat/Dhaka TribuneThe international media has displayed less interest in global warming and climate change throughout the last decade (2008-2018), says a surveyCoverage on climate change issues in global print media has been reducing since 2009, according to a survey conducted by the Media and Climate Change Observatory (MeCCO). In 2015, the climate change issue regained its importance in global media following the Paris Agreement, but rate of coverage fell down about 7% in November 2017 compared to November 2016, the survey says. He added that PIB would take initiatives to train journalists and build more capacity to cover climate change issues in the country. Alamgir also urged the people to participate in climate change campaigns and work to save the country, which is currently at a vulnerable state. NCC,B Trust Coordinator Mizanur Rahman Bijoy and Bangladesh Climate Change Journalists Forum President Kawser Rahman also spoke at the program.
August 19, 2018 21:11 UTC
The microbus that crashed into a shop in Madaripur, killing a child Dhaka TribuneIn Madaripur, a child was killed when a micro-bus rammed into a shop on the Barisal-Dhaka highwayAt least seven people were killed in separate road accidents on roads in six districts across the country on Sunday. A motorcyclist was killed in a road accident in Sreepur upazila of Gazipur in the morning, reports our correspondent. A motorcyclist was killed in a road accident in Lalabazar area of Dakshin Surma upazila in Sylhet in the afternoon, reports our correspondent. Our Gopalganj correspondent said a driver of a three-wheeler was killed in a road accident in Digholia area under Kotalipara of the district. A former UP member was killed when an easy bike hit him in Uttar Goran area in Naogaon district, reports our correspondent.
August 19, 2018 20:48 UTC
People started to gather at the intercity bus terminals, railway stations and launch terminals in Dhaka since Sunday morning to catch their ride home. Many passengers who could not collect the bus and launch tickets in advance were seen crowding before the ticket counters early in the morning. According to bus owners, one third of the total number of inter-city buses remained out of service as they lack proper documentation. According to passenger safety experts, buses make five times the number of trips they usually do during Eid holidays. On the other hand, Chilahati-bound Nilsagar Express, Rangpur Express and Dinajpur Express were also late as they arrived at the station late than scheduled time.
August 19, 2018 20:37 UTC
Traders and customers busy bargaining at a cattle market in Dhaka on Sunday, August 19, 2018 Mehedi Hasan/Dhaka TribuneCustomers say prices are comparatively higher than that of last yearTraders at Dhaka's biggest cattle market Gabtoli complained that they were still not making enough sales, although only a few days are left before Eid. They claimed Sunday, that customers seemed less interested in buying rather they bargained about the prices more, than they usually do. Cattle trader Kalam from Pabna said: “I think I will be able to sell all my seven cattle in the next two days.” He added the cattle market is yet to be filled with cattle. Speaking to the Dhaka Tribune, a customer said the traders were charging much higher prices than last year. According to customers on Saturday, the prices are comparatively higher than that of last year.
August 19, 2018 20:26 UTC
Along the Bangabandhu Bridge in Tangail, the highway saw very light traffic two days before Eid-ul-Azha. Around 1,000 law enforcement personnel are working along the highway to maintain the flow of traffic and are taking action against vehicles that are unfit to be on the roads. This is the nation's second largest highway, which connects the capital to the 23 districts of the North Bengal. On the highway Sunday, this correspondent saw a greater frequency of interdistrict buses but no congestion. Law enforcement officials appeared to be quick to respond to minor congestions.
August 19, 2018 20:26 UTC
However, SP Ahmed Khan said police will file a case if family members of the victims do not file a case soon. Funeral of the deceased completedOur correspondent in the hilly district says the bodies of Tapan Chakma, Elton Chakma, Palash Chakma, Rupon Chakma and Gitayan Chakma were cremated at South Khabangpuria Cremation Ground in Khagrachhari Sadar. The UPDF has blamed its rival, Jana Samhati Samiti (JSS) MN Larma faction, for the attack. Leaders of JSS MN Larma, which has also lost many members in these nine months, were unreachable for comments. In an immediate reaction right after the incident, UPDF Organizer Michael Chakma blamed JSS MN Larma and breakaway faction UPDF Ganatantrik for the killings.
August 19, 2018 20:15 UTC
Eight convicts were sentenced to death in separate murder cases in Natore and Jhenaidah districts on SundayA Natore court sentenced five people to death and two others to life-term imprisonment for killing a man in Singra upazila in 2004. The condemned convicts are: Hafizur Rahman, Bulu, Khalilur Rahman, Majibur Rahman Majid and Monir Hossain. In Jhenaidah, a local court sentenced three men to death for murdering a college student named Imran Hossain in 2011. The death-row convicts are: Imran Hossain, Nasim Biwsas, and Monirul Islam Mukul. His father Nazrul Islam filed a case naming several unidentified people as suspects with Jhenaidah Sadar police station.
August 19, 2018 20:15 UTC
Their concerns and thoughts came at a roundtable, titled “Rumours in Facebook and the Role of Media,” organized by Press Institute Bangladesh (PIB) and Investigative Journalism Centre Bangladesh at the PIB in Dhaka on Sunday. The speakers shared their take on the crisis of information flow, information management, media literacy of people, and the reasons behind wide acceptance of rumours on social media over mainstream news media. Journalist leader and Gazi TV Editor-in-chief Syed Ishtiaque Reza said: “Rumours and fake news are spreading through social media, especially Facebook which is also a source. At the roundtable, Information Minister Hasanul Haq Inu said that rumours were being used as political weapon. “Mainstream media can crosscheck information using technology to stop fake news from spreading.”He said he would propose to the government to run a month-long mass awareness campaign with the help of mass media about tackling rumours and fake news.
August 19, 2018 20:03 UTC
So, they need a better atmosphere to live”The existing slums in the city would be replaced by multi-storey buildings to allow the inhabitants to live in a healthy and better condition. Hasina stressed the need to determine plans to address water supply, sewerage treatment, and waste management for Bangladesh’s rural areas. "We will have to take steps to address three issues – ensuring safe water supply, sewerage treatment, and waste management – in an integrated way for every district, upazila, union, and ward. Dhaka Water Supply and Sewerage Authority (Wasa) arranged the function at Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel to lay the foundation stone of the Dasherkandi Sewerage Treatment Plant. A video presentation was given over Daserkandi Sewerage Treatment Plant—which will be constructed at Khilgaon in Dhaka.
Ederson is the first Manchester City goalkeeper to assist a Premier League goal. Jesus and David Silva also scored with a late Terence Kongolo own goal meaning Huddersfield have now shipped nine goals in two games. Particularly impressive was the range of attacking options open to Guardiola with almost every player providing a threat on goal. Watford had been winless in their past 12 away games and had last netted away from Vicarage Road in January. Burnley manager Sean Dyche accepted his side had handed the game to Watford after the interval.
By the close, India were 124 for two in their second innings - a lead of 292 - after Hardik Pandya had produced a devastating, career-best spell after lunch to rip through England's batting line-up. Hardik Pandya6-1-28-5His first five-wicket haul in Test match cricket. Day 1 - second session; wicketless one for India. Day 2 - second session; 10-wickets with the ball. 3RD TEST, DAY 2India 329 in 94.5 overs (Kohli 97, Rahane 81) & 124/2 in 31 overs (Dhawan 44, Rahul 36) lead England 161 in 38.2 overs (Buttler 39, Pandya 5/28) by 292 runs