Julio Rodriguez has Seattle buzzing, and it’s not only for what he does on the sector

Michael Rynders knew the precise date.  The 15-year-old Mariners fan was ambling alongside the T-Mobile Park concourse with family and friends final week after I noticed him in a Julio Rodriguez jersey.  I ended to talk with him concerning the attraction of the rookie sensation — what attracted him to the 21-year-old Dominican who is about as… Continue reading Julio Rodriguez has Seattle buzzing, and it’s not only for what he does on the sector

Giancarlo Stanton blasts 30th home run; Aaron Judge goes homerless again

ARLINGTON — Aaron Judge watched in the background. Giancarlo Stanton blistered his 30th home run of the season Monday night to help the Yankees to a 3-1 win over the Rangers at Globe Life Park, but Stanton was being asked about Judge’s chase for his record-breaking 62nd homer of the season. Judge made faces and… Continue reading Giancarlo Stanton blasts 30th home run; Aaron Judge goes homerless again

Ugandan opposition figure Bobi Wine objects to oil pipeline

KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — A planned pipeline to export oil from Uganda is likely to entrench the long rule of President Yoweri Museveni, opposition figure Bobi Wine said Tuesday, voicing his opposition to a project that’s increasingly controversial over environmental concerns. Wine, a singer and former lawmaker who ran for president in 2021, is the… Continue reading Ugandan opposition figure Bobi Wine objects to oil pipeline

Iran crackdown on protesters likely to ‘intensify’ in coming days: expert

Click here for updates on this story TORONTO (CTV Network) — The Iranian government’s crackdown on protesters is likely to “intensify” in the coming days despite sanctions from Canada and international condemnation, an expert says, calling Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s blaming of foreign nationals for the unrest “predictable.” Iran has been the subject of… Continue reading Iran crackdown on protesters likely to ‘intensify’ in coming days: expert

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Prisons chief killed in Indian-controlled Kashmir

SRINAGAR, India (AP) — The prisons chief in Indian-controlled Kashmir has been killed, officials said Tuesday, as India’s powerful home minister arrived in the disputed Himalayan region on a three-day visit. The body of Director-General of Prisons Hemant Kumar Lohia bore multiple wounds and was found Monday night at his friend’s home in the southern… Continue reading Prisons chief killed in Indian-controlled Kashmir

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Bangladesh faces power blackout after national grid fails

DHAKA,Bangladesh (AP) — A failure in Bangladesh’s national power grid plunged much of the country into a blackout on Tuesday, officials said. Officials of the state-run Bangladesh Power Development Board said that power transmission failed somewhere in the eastern part of the country. All power plants tripped and electricity was cut in the capital, Dhaka,… Continue reading Bangladesh faces power blackout after national grid fails