Sri Lanka is asking China to postpone the spy ship’s visit until further talks

Sri Lanka is asking China to postpone the spy ship's visit until further talks

Sri Lanka’s foreign ministry has asked the Chinese embassy in Colombo to postpone the planned visit of the Chinese spy ship Yuan Wang 5 to the port of Lanka pending further consultations, following India’s approach, raising concerns about the Chinese warship being so close. . The warship was due to stop at Hambantota between August 11 and 17 for what China said was “refuelling and refuelling”. The permission for the port was granted by former Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa before he fled the country amid the economic crisis. “The Ministry…

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Austin’s public service recruitment on the eve of the new school year

Austin Public Works hiring crossing guards ahead of new school year

The department hopes to fill 55 positions. AUSTIN, Texas – Want to be a traffic warden? Austin Public Works in search for Transit guards To help Austin ISD students get to class safely. The department hopes to fill 55 positions across the city. Community impact reports that there are open positions in each council district. The Department of Public Works said that there are more crossing guard positions than in previous years. Historically, there are 20 to 30 crossing guard vacancies to fill in the summer, but this year that…

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20 Win Challenge in Clash Royale – Top CRL decks to try

20 Win Challenge in Clash Royale - Top CRL decks to try

The 20 win challenge is back in Clash Royale and players have a short chance to try out their best CRL decks. Completing the repeat event while following its rules is considered one of the hardest challenges in the game, with the added incentive of receiving the best unlock rewards and the official CRL World Finals route. Completing the 20 win challenge in Clash Royale means winning 20 games with less than three losses. And that means you need a top deck to even have a small chance of drawing…

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‘She’s lucky to be alive’: Anne Heche in critical condition after crashing her vehicle into a building

'She's lucky to be alive': Anne Heche in critical condition after crashing her vehicle into a building

That’s nothing He crashed his car into a home in Los Angeles’ Mar Vista neighborhood on Friday and was hospitalized Saturday morning in critical condition. CNN. A source told the outlet that the actor is “lucky to be alive” and has “severe burns and a long recovery ahead of him.” A Los Angeles police public information officer said Heche’s vehicle “was traveling at a high rate of speed when it left the roadway and struck a residence” on Friday. It took more than an hour to extinguish the fire. No…

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The journalist says “Howe really thinks” the 25-year-old would be a good fit at Newcastle

The journalist says "Howe really thinks" the 25-year-old would be a good fit at Newcastle

Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images Speaking of NUFC YouTube channel is importantCBS reporter Ben Jacobs talks about Newcastle United and their interest in Jack Harrison. The Leeds United star has been the subject of interest from the Magpies in recent weeks, but it looks like the Englishman is set to stay at Elland Road. Indeed, Jacobs says Leeds want a huge fee for the winger, while the Yorkshire club’s owner insists he does not want to sell the former Manchester City man. It would be a shame if Newcastle were…

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The Gorgas face a backlash amid Teresa Giudice’s wedding drama

The Gorgas face a backlash amid Teresa Giudice's wedding drama

Getty Teresa Giudice and Joe and Melissa Gorga Bravo’s big news on August 5 was that Melissa Gorga and Joey Gorga will not be attending Teresa Giudice’s wedding this weekend due to rumors of a big fight at The Real Housewives of New Jersey wedding that was filmed this week. After the news broke, it looks like the RHONJ couple and Melissa Gorga’s family decided to retire over the weekend, instead posting several uploaded messages on social media. According to their Instagram story, Melissa and Joe Gerga attended a big…

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‘We grew this from the ground up’: Owners of Doc’s Drive-In in Buda hope theater is in good hands

'We grew this from the ground up': Owners of Doc's Drive-In in Buda hope theater is in good hands

Doc’s Drive-In in Buda is on the market for just under $4 million. The property includes a drive, three small houses, a dining room and an underground speaker. BUDA, Texas – Have you ever wanted to own your own drive-in movie theater? Well, now is your chance! Doc’s Drive-In It is in Buddha For saleand when you buy it, you get the entire 7.9 acre property and everything that comes with it. It includes two drive-in movie screens, Doc’s Diner, three movie-themed tiny houses and even a 1920s-themed underground speakeasy.…

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Zoo workers help animals beat the heat: NPR

Zoo workers help animals beat the heat: NPR

Zoos across the country are taking a number of steps to help animals beat the heat this summer. Eric Gay/AP hide title change the title Eric Gay/AP Zoos across the country are taking a number of steps to help animals beat the heat this summer. Eric Gay/AP As large swaths of the United States grapple with extreme heat this summer, zoos across the country are taking a variety of steps to mitigate its impact on their animals. Pete Costello, assistant curator at New England’s Stone Zoo, told NPR that 99-degree…

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Game breaking game League of Legends game ruining bug for professional team

Game breaking game League of Legends game ruining bug for professional team

Even a massively competitive game like League of Legends has some bugs. These can be disruptive and frustrating for players. But, for professionals whose careers are on the line, these glitches can be soul-crushing. In the LJL (League of Legends Japan), a glitch involving the Hexflash rune instantly recharging players caused a halt in the match between Detonation FocusMe and SengokuGaming, the #1 and #2 teams in the LJL, respectively. This game was crucial to how each team advanced to the playoffs, and the outcome of the game will have…

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Coachless practices helped build chemistry ahead of fall camp for CSU – Greeley Tribune

Coachless practices helped build chemistry ahead of fall camp for CSU – Greeley Tribune

When the Colorado State football team took the field on Fridays this fall, one thing was clear to first-year head coach Jay Norvell. The team is light years ahead of when it started spring training a few months ago. Two main reasons for this – the experience the team gained in the spring and the practices led by the players in the summer. Colorado State offensive lineman redshirt junior Jacob Gardner, 75, and redshirt freshman Trevin Heil, 57, both transfers from Nevada, go through drills during fall camp Saturday outside…

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