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Morning Report pets: Meet Ein, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi

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Recently, the Pioneer Press sought photos of local Corgis, to honor the late Queen Elizabeth’s favorite royal companions.

This is how we came to learn about Ein, an 8-year-old Pembroke Welsh Corgi who belongs to Jen, one of our Morning Report readers.

While Ein does not live in a palace, she does have a great life:

“She is an adventurous pup who enjoys kayaking, hiking, and bike riding,” writes Jenna. “She loves playing fetch and tug, and can never get too much attention.”

Ein is not a Welsh name, but instead rooted in anime.

“Ein actually comes from a TV show anime called Cowboy Bebop,” Jenna explained. “I’m a bit of a geek and have always wanted a Corgi since i first saw the show. The name suits her really well because the Corgi in the anime is incredibly smart and goodness does that describe Corgis! They are highly intelligent, engaging dogs who love being around their humans. They can be chatty and have the typical corgi ‘grumble’ when they want attention.”

The name actually has German roots.

“Ein is also German for the number 1, and she is definitely number 1 in my heart!” Jenna writes. “I also tell people to think of Einstein without the Stein when I tell them her name, which is also appropriate because of how smart she is!”

  • FILE – Princess Elizabeth takes her pet dog for a walk in Hyde Park, London, on Feb. 26. 1936. It’s widely known that Elizabeth loved corgi dogs, Princess Diana reportedly called the animals the queen’s “moving carpet” because they accompanied her everywhere. (AP Photo, File)

  • Pictured As Young Girls In Cardigans And Kilts, Princess Margaret Holds Her Hand Out To A Corgi That Princess Elizaeth Is Holding.

    FILE – In this July 5, 1936 file photo, Britain’s Princess Elizabeth, right, holds a Pembrokeshire Corgi as her sister Princess Margaret feeds it a biscuit. Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch and a rock of stability across much of a turbulent century, has died. She was 96. Buckingham Palace made the announcement in a statement on Thursday Sept. 8, 2022. (AP Photo, File)

  • Queen Elizaeth Walk Three Corgi Dogs On Leashes.

    FILE – Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II and the Queen Mother take their Corgi dogs out for a stroll during a visit to the royal stud at Sandringham, England on Nov. 19, 1956. Queen Elizabeth II’s corgis were a key part of her public persona and her death has raised concern over who will care for her beloved dogs. The corgis were always by her side and lived a life of privilege fit for a royal. She owned nearly 30 throughout her life. She is reportedly survived by four dogs. (AP Photo)

  • Queen Elizabeth And Prince Philip Look Down At Their Two Children, Charles And Anne, And Their Two Corgi Dogs.

    FILE – Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh, with their children Prince Charles and Princess Anne, play with the Queen’s corgi pet, “Sugar,” foreground, and the Duke’s “Candy” during the royal family’s summer holiday at Balmoral castle in Scotland, on August 15, 1955. Queen Elizabeth II’s corgis were a key part of her public persona and her death has raised concern over who will care for her beloved dogs. The corgis were always by her side and lived a life of privilege fit for a royal. She owned nearly 30 throughout her life. She is reportedly survived by four dogs. (AP Photo)

  • Queen Elizabeth Walks Two Of Her Dogs As A Man Gestures In The Distance And Two Of Her Young Sons Walk With Them.

    FILE – Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II is accompanied by two of her sons, 10-year-old Prince Andrew, left, and Prince Edward, 6, and two of the royal corgis as she talks with unidentified official at London’s Liverpool street railway station on Dec. 30, 1970. Queen Elizabeth II’s corgis were a key part of her public persona and her death has raised concern over who will care for her beloved dogs. The corgis were always by her side and lived a life of privilege fit for a royal. She owned nearly 30 throughout her life. She is reportedly survived by four dogs. (AP Photo/ John Rider)

  • Queen Elizabeth With A Corgi On A Leash.

    FILE – Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II walks with one of her corgis in an undated file photo. Queen Elizabeth II’s corgis were a key part of her public persona and her death has raised concern over who will care for her beloved dogs. The corgis were always by her side and lived a life of privilege fit for a royal. She owned nearly 30 throughout her life. She is reportedly survived by four dogs. (AP Photo)

  • A Corgi Looks Up At Queen Elizabeth And Prince Philip.

    FILE – Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip strolled near the George IV gateway of Britain’s Windsor Castle on June 2, 1959. Queen Elizabeth II’s corgis were a key part of her public persona and her death has raised concern over who will care for her beloved dogs. The corgis were always by her side and lived a life of privilege fit for a royal. She owned nearly 30 throughout her life. She is reportedly survived by four dogs. (AP Photo)

  • Queen Elizabeth In A Fur Coat, With Two Of Her Corgis On Leashes.

    FILE – Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II walks with one of her corgis in an undated file photo. Queen Elizabeth II’s corgis were a key part of her public persona and her death has raised concern over who will care for her beloved dogs. The corgis were always by her side and lived a life of privilege fit for a royal. She owned nearly 30 throughout her life. She is reportedly survived by four dogs. (AP Photo)

  • Queen Elizabeth Greeting Members Of A Rugby Team As Corgis Mill Around Them On Red Carpet.

    FILE – Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II meets the New Zealand All Blacks rugby team will the royal corgis in attendance at Buckingham Palace, London Tuesday Nov. 5, 2002. Queen Elizabeth II’s corgis were a key part of her public persona and her death has raised concern over who will care for her beloved dogs. The corgis were always by her side and lived a life of privilege fit for a royal. She owned nearly 30 throughout her life. She is reportedly survived by four dogs. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth, Pool)

  • A Man Walks Two Corgis On Leashes While Two Others Walk Nearby In Front Of A Limousine With American Flags.

    FILE – The Corgis belonging to Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II are taken for a walk in the grounds of Buckingham Palace, on April 1, 2009, past US President Obama’s car whilst he has an audience with the Queen. Queen Elizabeth II’s corgis were a key part of her public persona and her death has raised concern over who will care for her beloved dogs. The corgis were always by her side and lived a life of privilege fit for a royal. She owned nearly 30 throughout her life. She is reportedly survived by four dogs. (AP Photo/Stefan Rousseau/pool)

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The Corgis were also the top dogs in Queen Elizabeth’s life.

“I appreciated her love and attentiveness for Corgis,” Jenna writes. “It was always very clear how much they loved her too.”

Ein is not the first Corgi we’ve featured in the Morning Report over the years.

  • &Quot;I Am A Wisconsin Reader Of Your Morning Report,&Quot; Mary...

    “I am a Wisconsin reader of your Morning Report,” Mary writes. “I am submitting a photo of my daughter’s corgi, Beatrix, who appears to be highly suspicious of the front entry Christmas decoration at her house!! Thought your readers might enjoy this! Thank you! “

  • A Corgi, Ears Perked Up, On The Beach By The Ocean.

    “I look forward to your daily dog pictures,” writes Shirley, a Morning Report reader. “This morning’s feature grand-dog inspired me to submit my grand-dogs. Meet Sully (Sullivan) the Pembroke Corgi whom I have not met because of COVID-19. Sully belongs to my daughter Molly in Tampa, Florida. She moved to Florida just before COVID-19 appeared here in the US. I am so happy they have each other to bum around the Gulf Coast exploring together the white sandy beaches.”

  • Mascot, A Dog Adopted From Secondhand Hounds.

    “I’d like to introduce our pup, Mascot,” writes Jen of St. Paul. “He’s a rescue from Secondhand Hounds, and we were lucky to adopt him into our family in 2015. He looks like a Corgi mix of some kind, but a DNA test a few years ago tells us he is mostly Boxer mixed with American Eskimo. Yes, we are skeptical of those results. Mascot brings light and smiles to everyone he meets. He’s built a cadre of admirers around our neighborhood with his friendly spirit, bright eyes, perky tail, and eagerness to receive belly rubs.”

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  • A Corgi On The Lawn, Wearing A Gold Bow Tie.

    Good morning, Nemo! “This is our 11-year-old Corgi, Nemo,” writes Amberleigh. “He loves to be a part of our family, but typically prefers to do so from a short distance. If we are sitting on our couch, Nemo will lay on the other end of the couch and watch us. He always has to be in the same room with you, just not right next to you. He’s a fun guy who doesn’t like to snuggle but always wants to be nearby to protect you.”

  • Louie, A Corgi, Wearing A Scarf.

    “This is Louie,” writes Hillary. “He is a corgi from Ely. He loves his twin scarf that his grandma knitted. He is a St. Paul doggo who loves to go on walks and keep an eye on the neighborhood.”

  • A Corgi Dressed As A Rainbow.

    “Here’s a photo of our Corgi mix, Mascot,” wrote Jen of St. Paul in an email to the Morning Report. “Dressed as a rainbow, naturally.”

  • Two Dogs Curl Up Next To Each Other And Look At The Camera.

    Meet Charlie and Riley! “Charlie, the brown St. Charles Cavalier Spaniel/Pomeranian mix, is 9 years old, and can balance a slice of cheese on his nose, then catch it in the air on command,” writes Steven.”My wife Ann Marie had a coworker who kindly gave Charlie to us. 

     “Riley, the black and tan Corgi/Chihuahua mix, is 7 years old, and he holds a 6 degree black belt in snuggling. He was a rescue dog from an Oklahoma kill shelter.  

    “They are both good boys, although they bark like the dickens every time the postman delivers. 🙂 ”

  • A Black Corgi On The Green Lawn.

    “Say hello to Foster,” writes Frank, a Morning Report subscriber. “No picture can capture his playful personality. Foster is an 6-year-old mix of Australian Shepard and Corgi.  He is the company mascot at the place that I work and adored by everyone at our company. He runs the place and demands attention from all. And he lives for walks with his owner, Dave, whenever he gets the chance.”

  • Scooby And Kiwi, Two Dogs On A Couch

    “This is Scooby and Kiwi, my grand pups,” writes Stephanie, a Morning Report subscriber. “Scooby is the new big sister and protector for Kiwi, a newly adopted 5-month-old Corgi.”

  • A Dog On A Lawn With A Bone.

    “We rescued Bumper (formerly Marty) from Land of Lakes Dog Rescue, who brought him to Minnesota from North Carolina, where he was in a shelter with a high kill rate,” writes Jennifer, a Morning Report subscriber from St. Paul. “When he bounded out of the car, his short little legs and his huge doggy smile won our hearts. He appears to be a mix between a Corgi and a Beagle and, judging from his high level of stubbornness, has the traits of both breeds. He is a lover of other dogs and patiently sits for pets by the children he meets on our walks. He loves to cuddle as much as he loves his walks, and I can’t get over how cute his little Corgi butt is. Bumper is our first dog, and I can’t believe how lucky we were to find him.”

  • A Corgi Closeup.

    “I’d like to introduce our pup, Mascot,” writes Jen of St. Paul. “He’s a rescue from Secondhand Hounds, and we were lucky to adopt him into our family in 2015. He looks like a Corgi mix of some kind, but a DNA test a few years ago tells us he is mostly Boxer mixed with American Eskimo. Yes, we are skeptical of those results. Mascot brings light and smiles to everyone he meets. He’s built a cadre of admirers around our neighborhood with his friendly spirit, bright eyes, perky tail, and eagerness to receive belly rubs.”

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If you’d like to have your pet featured in the Morning Report, our weekday newsletter, send your pet photos and stories to Molly Guthrey at [email protected] To subscribe to the free newsletters of the Pioneer Press, visit twincities.com/newsletters.

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Slain Georgia woman Debbie Collier remembers being a beloved matriarch ‘filled with joy and beauty’

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The son of Georgia Real Estate Office Director Debbie Collier is speaking out for the first time after his mother’s shock death earlier this month as investigators race to find a suspect.

Jeffrey Bearden, Collier’s son, told Fox News Digital on Saturday that his mother was the kindest and biggest influence on his life and asked for ‘respect and privacy’ as his family deals with the news. traumatic from his murder.

“[I] I am writing to ask for respect and privacy during the darkest and most distressing time for my family,” Bearden wrote. “I have been incredibly hurt and disturbed by some of the reports and information shared regarding the investigation into my mother’s death.”

Habersham County deputies found Collier’s body on an embankment on September 11, a day after her husband, Steven Collier, and daughter, Amanda Bearden, reported her missing in neighboring Clarke County. Saturday evening, there had been no arrests in this case.

DEBBIE COLLIER CASE: 2021 GEORGIA BODYCAM SHOWS HER DAUGHTER’S BOYFRIEND ACCUSES HER OF STEALING MONEY TO BUY DRUGS

Debbie Collier’s daughter and husband reported her missing after she sent an encrypted message with $2,385 on Venmo.
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A crime scene report contains gruesome details about his final moments. Investigators found her naked and burned, with ‘chars’ on her abdomen, clinging to a tree on an embankment a quarter of a mile from her abandoned vehicle, a day after police said she had sent her 36-year-old daughter a payment of $2,385 using the Venmo app and a bizarre message suggesting she was being held against her will. Investigators, however, publicly ruled out the abduction and suicide last week.

“I ask that all attention to the tragic story of my mother’s death remain focused on assisting the police investigation,” Jeffrey Bearden said Saturday.

He asked for privacy and an end to online speculation until police complete their investigation.

“There is no place for the court of public opinion in the pursuit of justice for my mother, and this speculation continues to be traumatic and hurtful to my family during the most difficult time we have ever known. “, did he declare.

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Debbie Collier, missing mother from Georgia, was found dead after transferring money to her daughter through the Venmo app, sending a strange text message.
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His mother, he says, was an incredible woman.

“I will never be able to fully express the loss of my mother and what she meant to me,” Bearden said Saturday. “She has been my longest source of love, support and encouragement. My mother was a very, dynamic and strong soul. She was a person who valued kindness, empathy and understanding throughout her life. She went through life recognizing the beauty and grace in everything she saw and experienced around her.”

Collier worked as a real estate office manager with Carriage House Realty in his hometown of Athens, Georgia. Reached by text message, a colleague took the questions to the office main line, where calls went unanswered on Saturday.

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Debbie Collier worked as an office manager for a real estate agent in Athens, Georgia.
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“Daily life was filled with joy and beauty,” Bearden said. “She spent her time having fun and making art. She enjoyed listening, dancing and singing along to her favorite music. My mother consumed herself during the holidays, as her focus remained on family and value to be together around a home-cooked meal.”

Collier was generous throughout the holidays, he added, and each year “he showered his family with gifts and thoughtful gestures.”

“My mother has persisted in her love throughout my life, and I will persist until she receives the justice she deserves,” Bearden continued. “Our lives have been irrevocably changed. Our grief is there and our pain is deep. Again, this is why I ask you to please respect our privacy as we learn to cope and adjust to our loss. .”

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Police served multiple search warrants in the case, but did not publicly identify any suspects or persons of interest. Anyone with information about Collier’s case is asked to contact Habersham Sheriff’s Investigators Cale Garrison or George Cason at 706-839-0559 or 706-839-0560, respectively.

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Pat Leonard’s NFL Notes: All eyes on red-hot Tua Tagovailoa and Dolphins against Super Bowl favorite Bills

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Tua Tagovailoa’s T-shirt after Miami Dolphins practice one day this week read: “I wish it were hotter.”

First-year head coach Mike McDaniel uses the phrase often to remind his team they have to embrace Florida’s sweltering, humid conditions – and that their opponents can’t.

But it doesn’t get any hotter than Tagovailoa’s left arm entering Sunday’s battle of AFC East undefeateds with the Super Bowl favorite Buffalo Bills.

“Individual success is only done within team success,” the humble Hawaiian said at his weekly press conference.

The lefty QB leads the NFL with 739 passing yards through two weeks. And he is tied for the most TD passes with seven. Most of that is courtesy of a 469-yard, six-touchdown eruption in last week’s 42-38 road comeback win over the Baltimore Ravens.

The exclamation points were 48-yard and 60-yard TD passes to Tyreek Hill in the fourth quarter that smashed the stereotype of Tagovailoa as a checkdown king to smithereens.

“I think what Mike does with our offense is he complements everyone’s talents, everyone’s ability within the offense,” Tagovailoa said. “For instance, if I’m good with RPOs [run-pass options], he’ll find some way to get that implemented. If someone’s good at running a certain route, we’ll find ways to get him the ball within that route a few different ways. Things like

Desperation played a role in the Dolphins’ offensive explosion. They trailed 35-14 entering the fourth quarter and had no choice but to chuck it downfield.

Receivers Hill and Jaylen Waddle also are blazing fast. McDaniel’s Dolphins offense has begun to recreate, in some way, Tagovailoa’s skill position weapons from his Alabama days.

And the Baltimore Ravens’ defense inexplicably allowed gaps downfield for those speedsters to exploit.

“That’s a different kind of speed,” one NFL defensive back told the News this week of Hill, the longtime Kansas City Chief terror.

Miami’s early offensive outburst is significant for two reasons. First, ownership chose GM Chris Grier and Tagovailoa over fired former coach Brian Flores. So everything is riding on this QB working out.

More immediately, though, the Dolphins suddenly have a golden opportunity to assert themselves atop the AFC East if they can take down Josh Allen’s visiting Bills at Hard Rock Stadium.

Buffalo just lost starting safety Micah Hyde for the season to a neck injury. Plus they’ll be without starting corner Dane Jackson and starting D-lineman Ed Oliver on Sunday.

That said, Miami has lost an unthinkable seven straight games to the Bills dating back to a 21-17 win on Dec. 2, 2018. That is the only time they’ve beaten Allen head to head, in his rookie year.

And the Dolphins refused to get ahead of themselves this week, because they know the Bills have outscored the L.A. Rams and Titans 72-17 through two weeks, with only three punts.

“You look at their opening game, they beat the Super Bowl champions of last year, and they didn’t just beat ‘em; it was by a lot,” Tagovailoa said. “The next team they played, really good team, they beat them by a lot.”

As well as Tagovailoa is playing, many of Allen’s numbers are as good or better: he has a 75.4 completion% to Tagovailoa’s 71.1; a 123.7 quarterback rating to the Dolphins QB’s 116.5; and identical TD-to-interception ratio (7-2) and yards per completion (8.9 yards).

“He’s steadily become one of the best players in the National Football League,” McDaniel said of Allen. “Easily could argue he’s the best one … You’ll never, I don’t think, see him stopped, necessarily. It’s about minimizing and containing.

“For us, we’re just looking at playing the way we play and playing the way we played the last two weeks. They’ll get our best and we’ll get theirs. And it’s not because he’s God’s gift. It’s because he’s unbelievably talented but it’s because you can tell he works on his craft.” on Buffalo

High praise. But now the Dolphins have firepower of their own, which makes Sunday’s 1 p.m. kickoff the game of the week in the NFL.

JERRY’S ‘RUSH’ TO CONCLUSIONS

Increasingly off-the-rails Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones invited a quarterback controversy on his own roster this week between backup Cooper Rush, who is starting Monday night against the Giants at MetLife Stadium, and injured starter Dak Prescott.

“Wouldn’t it be something if you had a dilemma as to which way you go?” Jones told reporters in Dallas. “You do that if he gets 10 wins. Same thing that happened with Prescott [in 2016]. I think like that. Of course I would [want that]. If he comes in and played as well as Prescott played, Rush — played that well over these next games ahead — I’d walk to New York to get that.”

Rush, a former Giant, said he and Prescott “got a good laugh” out of Jones’ wild comments.

”I definitely don’t dream as big as Jerry. I just want to keep winning,” Rush said. “I think he just wants to win games and that’s what we all want to do.”

Head coach Mike McCarthy, who must feel like he’s playing whack-a-mole with unnecessary drama coaching Jones’ team, told 105.3 The Fan: “Dak is our quarterback, and we want Cooper to be as successful as possible. I think it stops right there.”

Glad that’s settled – at least until Jones talks next week.

AROUND THE LEAGUE

Sunday’s game in Nashville between the Las Vegas Raiders (0-2) and Tennessee Titans (0-2) will be a desperate battle between two teams with high expectations on the precipice of disaster in 2022. Mike Vrabel’s Titans have lost left tackle Taylor Lewan for the season, so Raiders pass rusher Chandler Jones needs to have a big day. Josh McDaniels’ Raiders are the only 0-2 team in the AFC West. They have to get right quickly after a gut-punch loss to the Arizona Cardinals in Week 2. The Titans, last year’s AFC No. 1 seed, could end up being the most disappointing team in the league this season if their trajectory continues.

There is also a lot of early pressure on Denver Broncos first-year head coach Nathaniel Hackett, who will be on the Sunday Night Football national stage this week hosting Jimmy Garoppolo’s San Francisco 49ers (1-1). Hackett’s game management was so bad in a narrow Week 2 win over the Houston Texans that the Broncos’ home crowd was counting down the play clock when Denver was on offense to avoid more delay of game penalties or mismanagement.

Hackett is a players’ coach who is well-liked, but his season has had the kind of ricky start that could signal a one-and-done if it doesn’t get straightened out. Denver (1-1) could use a little help from supposedly elite QB Russell Wilson, too.

Carson Wentz’s Washington Commanders (1-1) hosts his former Philadelphia Eagles (2-0) team in a division battle that drips with intrigue and will have major ramifications on the early NFC East standings.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ signing of slot receiver Cole Beasley was smart, especially given top wide receiver Mike Evans’ one-game suspension for unloading on Saints corner Marshon Lattimore last week.

Beasley is going to help Tom Brady in a major way as the Bucs (2-0) host the Green Bay Packers (1-1) … There are six undefeated teams remaining after two weeks: the Bills, Dolphins, Eagles, Bucs, Kansas City Chiefs and Giants – just as everyone expected.

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“I think at this point if I went to take a leak during practice, I’d end up on the report.” — oft-injured Panthers RB Christian McCaffrey on his ‘ankle stiffness’ on the Week 3 injury report

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A motorcyclist has died after a two-vehicle crash in northeast Denver, police said.

The crash happened at East 46th Avenue and Fairplay Way, police said in a tweet at 12:49 p.m. Saturday.

About four hours after the initial tweet, Denver police announced that the motorcyclist had died.

The Denver Medical Examiner’s Office will provide the identity of the victim, after the family has been notified. An investigation into the accident is ongoing.

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The summer transfer window is closed for major leagues in Europe. However, with one eye on January, there’s a lot of gossip swirling about who’s moving where. Transfer Talk brings you all the latest buzz on rumours, whereabouts and, of course, deals!

TOP STORY: Dortmund could lose Bellingham for a bargain fee

Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham could leave for a transfer fee of just £83million next summer if paid up front, reports the Sun.

The England international is wanted by many of the biggest clubs in world football, a demand which has been reflected in the £130m transfer fee the Bundesliga club have reportedly demanded. Now, however, The Sun writes that any club looking to bring in the 19-year-old could do so for nearly £50m less than that figure, provided it’s all paid for upfront.

Manchester City are sure they can be the team to sign the talented teenager as they offer him the best chance of winning silverware and an opportunity to reunite with former Dortmund team-mate Erling Haaland, who has an incredible 14 goals in 10 games for City. The signing of Kalvin Phillips from Leeds United initially ruled City out of the race for the former Birmingham City wonderkid, but Pep Guardiola still wants another top player in midfield, and the Spaniard believes in Bellingham so much that he thinks he could possibly fill Kevin De Bruyne’s boots.

Liverpool have long been interested in the player, and they also believed they were favorites to bring him in. Chelsea are also an admirer of the midfielder, while Manchester United are reportedly keen to sign him but are aware he will need to secure Champions League football to have any chance of doing so.

Bellingham still has three years left on his contract with Dortmund, which does not contain a release clause.

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– The Mirror reports Arsenal had scouts watching Stade Rennais Lovro Majer when he scored in Croatia’s 2-1 win over Denmark in the UEFA Nations League on Thursday. The midfielder has also impressed for Rennes since joining them just over a year ago, leading the Ligue 1 outfit to demand a transfer fee of £44million, having spent just £10m to sign him.

– Napoli are close to agreeing a new contract for the starting keeper Alex MeretCalciomercato report, with the Italy international’s contract expiring in 2023. The move ensures they won’t attempt to sign the Paris Saint-Germain striker Clelor Navas in January.

– Torino couldn’t sign the Dnipro-1 striker Artem Dovbyk during the summer, but Tuttosport report that the Serie A outfit will make another attempt to sign him in January. The hope is that his contract ending in 2024 will help move talks of a move forward.

– Lazio take steps to renew the contract of Manuel Lazzariaccording to Corriere dello Sport, the wide man’s contract ends in the summer of 2024. The Serie A club are entering negotiations with the Italy international offering him a deal to stay with them until 2027.

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Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde makes more memories of midnight.

Fresh off the singer’s historic 15-night performance at Madison Square Garden, he and the Accommodation alum were spotted hugging and kissing outside after a date in New York.

For the Sept. 22 release, Olivia wore blue jeans, a black blazer over a white shirt, and a pair of yellow Adidas sneakers, while the “As It Was” singer wore a white jacket with peaches, dark-colored pants. and a pair of white sneakers.

Their PDA-filled evening comes a day after Harry completed his month-long ‘Love on Tour’ residency at the famous New York venue.

During MSG’s final show, the venue paid tribute to the former A direction singer bringing out the host Gayle King to unveil a massive banner hanging from the rafters, which read: “HARRY STYLES 15 consecutive nights in the garden”.

The garden also presented each spectator with a feather boa, which has become a fashion staple for Harry at shows.

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China underlined its commitment to its claim to Taiwan on Saturday, telling the assembled world leaders that anyone who hinders its resolve to reunite with the self-governing island will be “crushed by the wheels of history”.

The language was forceful but, for Chinese leaders, well within the realm of normal.

“Only when China is fully reunited can there be real peace in the Taiwan Strait,” Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said at the UN General Assembly. He said Beijing would “take the strongest measures to oppose outside interference.”

China regularly and vehemently defends its claim to Taiwan, which broke away from the mainland after a civil war in 1949 and now operates with its own government. A visit last month by US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi sharply increased tensions between Washington and Beijing.

TAIWAN OFFICIAL WARNS CHINA, ‘WE WILL NEVER GIVE UP OUR FREEDOM’

Xi Jinping, general secretary of the CPC Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, Chinese president and chairman of the Central Military Commission, delivers an important speech at a ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the founding of the CPC
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The language, while pointed, reflected the typical Chinese intensity about the island; its claim is rarely ignored in major international speeches. Taiwan is a central issue in Chinese politics, and Wang’s appearance at the leaders’ meeting – in place of his boss, Chinese leader Xi Jinping – was a signal that the speech was not necessarily meaningful.

“The PRC government is the only government representing all of China,” Wang said, referring to China’s official name, the People’s Republic of China. “The one-China principle has become a fundamental norm in international relations.

He added: “Any attempt to obstruct China’s reunification is bound to be crushed by the wheels of history.

China regularly exerts worldwide pressure on any entity – country, company, cartographer – that even implies that Taiwan might be a separate nation. At the Olympics, for example, Taiwan must compete as “Chinese Taipei”. The mainland’s government muscle has isolated the island’s government, although a few UN members continue to maintain diplomatic relations with Taipei rather than Beijing.

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Taiwan Air Force Mirage Fighter Jets Taxi On A Runway At An Air Base In Hsinchu, Taiwan, Friday, Aug. 5, 2022.

Taiwan Air Force Mirage fighter jets taxi on a runway at an air base in Hsinchu, Taiwan, Friday, Aug. 5, 2022.
(AP Photo/Johnson Lai)

At the UN meeting on Saturday, a few speakers before Wang, Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Ralph Gonsalves spoke forcefully about allowing Taiwan to raise its profile in international organizations, including the World Health Organization.

“How can we stand sideways, in relative silence and contented inaction, in defiance of Taiwan’s legitimate right to exist in accordance with the wishes and will of the Taiwanese people?” He asked.

Wang’s appearance at the 2022 in-person UN General Assembly came after two years of remote pandemic-era speeches by China’s top leader. Xi did not attend this year’s event, which Russian President Vladimir Putin also skipped. US President Joe Biden spoke on Wednesday.

The United States and China have tough diplomacy and disagree on many fundamental issues. They have been arguing for decades over human rights, most recently over the mistreatment of ethnic Uyghurs in China’s western Xinjiang region. Beijing views US criticism as hypocritical and an act of interference in its internal affairs.

TAIWAN OFFICIAL STRESSES NEED TO RESIST CHINESE PROVOCATION, CALLS FOR COUNTRY’S INCLUSION IN UNITED NATIONS

People Walk Past A Billboard Welcoming U.s. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi In Taipei, Taiwan, August 3, 2022.

People walk past a billboard welcoming U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in Taipei, Taiwan, August 3, 2022.
(AP Photo/Chiang Ying-ying, File)

This is always reflected in the remarks of Chinese leaders. Wang’s speech used lightly coded phrases and references that criticized Washington without coming out and saying it. For example, Wang said, “We strongly oppose attempts to politicize human rights” and “We must uphold fairness and oppose bullying” – both references to the long-standing irritations he has with American politics.

With Taiwan and human rights still hampering China-US relations, Wang and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken met in person on the sidelines of the General Assembly on Friday.

U.S. officials said Blinken stepped up efforts by the Biden administration to pressure China to end provocative actions against Taiwan. China’s Foreign Ministry, in a summary of the meeting, said Wang told his counterpart that “current China-US relations are facing serious impacts, and there are lessons from which the US side must learn lessons”.

He said the two discussed “recent wrongdoings by the US side on the Taiwan issue.” However, he also said: “Both parties believe the meeting was frank, constructive and important, and have agreed to maintain communication.”

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After Mao Zedong’s communist forces took control of China in 1949, Chiang Kai-shek’s nationalists decamped to Taiwan and maintained their separate government. It was recognized by the United States until 1979, when Washington established relations with Beijing.

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