Manchester [UK], January 25 (ANI): Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said he will sit down and discuss the way forward after dropping midfielder Jesse Lingard from the club's FA Cup match against Liverpool on Sunday.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Monday will formally charge ex-President Donald Trump with inciting insurrection in a fiery speech to his followers before this month's deadly attack on the Capitol, signaling the start of his second impeachment trial. Nine House Democrats who will serve as prosecutors will proceed through the building where hundreds of Trump supporters fought with police, leaving five dead, at about 7 p.m. on Monday (0000 GMT), carrying the article of impeachment to the Senate where Trump will face trial. A similar ceremony was carried out for Trump's first impeachment trial last January, when the House clerk and sergeant at arms led a small procession of lawmakers through a hushed Capitol.
Ireland coach Andy Farrell has recalled star prop Tadhg Furlong and twinkle-toed back Jordan Larmour to his squad for the Six Nations after both Leinster players missed the Autumn Nations Cup.
As Australia prepares to celebrate its national day on Tuesday (January 26) indigenous woman Rita Wright will be marching with others in Sydney, at a protest to change the date. Australia Day on January 26 marks when the British fleet first arrived in Australia in 1788, led by Captain Cook, viewing the land as unoccupied despite encounters with settlements. For Wright, the day reinforces a legacy of mistreatment toward Indigenous people. "I always thought Captain Cook owned this land and not the Aboriginal people." Wright, a Muruwari woman, was snatched off the street at age two and taken to a church mission, a dark era in Australia's history known as the 'Stolen Generation'. There - she was forced to sleep in a chicken coop. She's now no longer silent about what she's been through. "As I got older and stronger I was so proud that I'm Aboriginal. And being a full blood Aboriginal woman, and I was allowed to speak, allowed to speak my mind." Every year voices grow louder calling for Australia Day to change. Prime Minister Scott Morrison hasn't bowed to that pressure. He told journalists last week that the day represents how far the country has come since colonization: Morrison also criticized the decision by sport authorities to no longer refer to January 26 as "Australia Day" when promoting cricket games played on the national holiday. Jasmine Seymour, an award-winning author who belongs to the Burubiranggal clan, believes the matter should go to a vote. "We are a country that is multilingual now, multinational. We have many people from all over the world who live here now. And it is the great generosity of Aboriginal people when we do welcome to countries and we say 'care for our country, you belong here, we all belong here'. So I do think there is room for a day for us all but it has to not be that day." Morrison last month did change Australia's national anthem, taking out a reference to the country being "young and free." That's after calls to recognise that Australia's Indigenous people are the oldest continued civilization in the world.
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A 26-year-old woman who pushed for legal changes so she could speak out about being a survivor of sexual abuse has been named Australian of the Year for her advocacy work on behalf of abuse survivors. Grace Tame was presented with the award at a ceremony in Canberra on Monday. Tame became the first woman in Tasmania state to win the right to publicly name herself as a sexual abuse survivor, allowing her to speak about the abuse she went through as a 15-year-old at the hands of a math teacher.
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Rescuers searching for the remaining workers trapped in a Chinese gold mine after Sunday's dramatic extraction of 11 survivors found nine bodies, a local official said on Monday, taking the death toll to 10, with one miner still missing. A total of 22 miners working about 600 metres (2,000 feet) underground were trapped after an explosion at the Hushan mine in Qixia, a major gold-producing region in China's coastal Shandong province, on Jan. 10. Yantai Mayor Chen Fei said rescuers kept searching from Sunday to Monday afternoon and found the bodies of nine miners, state broadcaster CCTV reported.
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte looked for a solution on Monday to a political crisis that has enveloped his government, leaving him without a reliable majority in the upper house Senate. Several Italian newspapers reported that Conte was set to hand in his resignation to the head of state this week and then try to put together a new, broader coalition, drawing up a policy pact for the remaining two years of the legislature. However, a senior government source denied that this was Conte's plan.
Chinese rescue workers have found the bodies of nine more miners after an explosion a fortnight ago, local officials said Monday, raising the death toll to 10.
England will then play Sri Lanka in a three-match Twenty20 International series starting June 23, which precedes the three-match one-day international series against the same opposition. England's summer schedule also features one-day international and T20 series with Pakistan and a five-match test series against India. "The prospect of our England Men's team taking on the world's two top-ranked Test nations in New Zealand and India this summer is something for us all to savour," ECB Chief Executive Officer, Tom Harrison, said.
Everton assistant manager Duncan Ferguson said he was confident that Dominic Calvert-Lewin would start "battering" in the goals again after the England forward ended his drought.
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French President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday that Europe as a whole was moving towards having better controls in place to curb the COVID-19 pandemic. "Everywhere in Europe, we are moving in the coming weeks in order to adapt our strategy to better control the pandemic," Macron told the "Choose France" investment summit. Macron's government is currently weighing up whether or not to impose a third, national lockdown on France to curb the COVID virus, with a cabinet meeting slated for Wednesday.
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Buffalo Bills fans gathered at Buffalo Niagara International Airport in the early hours of January 25 to welcome their team home after their 38-24 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game.Quarterback Patrick Mahomes led the Chiefs to their second consecutive Super Bowl appearance as he threw for 325 yards and three touchdowns at Arrowhead Stadium. The leading quarterback of a new generation will now face 43-year-old Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the February 7 decider.This video shows Bills fans cheering the team’s arrival. Credit: @Pammadonna via Storyful
Britain's opposition Labour leader Keir Starmer said on Monday he was self-isolating after coming into contact with someone who had tested positive for COVID-19, the third time he has needed to quarantine. "I have no symptoms and will be working from home until next Monday," Starmer said on Twitter. Starmer also had to self-isolate in September after a member of his household showed symptoms of the virus and again in December after a member of his staff tested positive.
President Joe Biden will sign an executive order Monday giving priority to US companies and products in contracts with the federal government, pushing a "Made in America" approach favored by predecessor Donald Trump.