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© AHMAD AL-RUBAYE / AFP American soldiers in Kirkuk, in northern Iraq, on March 29, 2020. The pro-Iran militias announced a " cease-fire ”, putting an end to attacks on foreign missions, especially American ones, on one condition: that the Iraqi government quickly establish a timetable for the total withdrawal of American troops from the country.
Present in front of the press on Tuesday, Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane defended Isco, and his entire squad more generally.
A loss against the promoted Cadiz (0-1) on Saturday and here is Real Madrid in the spotlight before facing Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League on Wednesday evening (6:55 p.m. ). And if Zinedine Zidane , he then defended his group in front of the press on Tuesday. “ Here, we are all in the same boat, the criticisms will make us all stronger. It's normal to be criticized, especially after our last game. But we can only think about the next game, "he said.
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© TURKISH PRESIDENT PRESS OFFICE HANDOUT / EPA / MAXPPP Recep Tayyip Erdogan, October 14. Faced with accusations that Syrian fighters backed by Ankara were sent to Nagorno Karabakh, Recep Tayyip Erdogan denied but said he was ready to provide "any kind of support" to Azerbaijan.
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The 48-year-old technician then insisted on getting his message across. “We deserve the critics, me first, the players try, give everything. We will try to reverse the trend. There will always be criticism, even in the event of victory ”. ZZ was then invited to comment on Isco, singled out after this poor performance. " He's on a level, he's always demonstrated that, I have no doubts. We can talk about everyone, me first, against Cadiz, it was a day without. Isco will bounce back. I have no doubts about this. " The Spanish midfielder can just prove him right.
Sanwald: Examining legal steps “is our duty” .
The chief executive of 1. FC Heidenheim, Holger Sanwald, has defended his club's actions in the confusion about several corona tests. © Daniel Karmann / dpa Holger Sanwald, CEO of the second division soccer team 1. FC Heidenheim, stands in front of the Voith Arena.