Volkswagen has defended its decision to continue operating a car plant in Xinjiang, a Chinese region mired in allegations of large-scale human rights abuses by the state.Evidence that hundreds of thousands of Uighurs and other minorities are being detained in camps, or used as forced labour in factories, has led some multinational companies to cut ties with the region, despite China’s insistence that the claims are untrue.- Advertisement – The BBC’s John Sudworth spoke to VW’s CEO Stephan Wollenstein, who said they do “not have forced labour” at their factory in Uruqmi.Read more: – Advertisement – China Muslims: Volkswagen says ‘no forced labour’ at Xinjiang plant – Advertisement –
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Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 admin State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 Latest Posts House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 Bio The Lady Mariners ended their season on a good note taking the second game of a double header on Sunday beating Lyndon State College 10-1 after losing the first game 12-3 in North Atlantic Conference action. MMA ends their season at 4-20 while Lyndon finished their regular season at 8-18.In game one, Lyndon State exploded for seven runs in the third inning, and proceeded to cruise to the 12-3 victory over the Lady Mariners. Pitcher Sara Fetterhoff (Jay, ME) kept the MMA batters off balance collecting nine strikeouts over six frames.Nicole Poland (Damariscotta, ME) collected two hits and an RBI for MMA while Dana Houghton (Lee, ME) led the team with two RBI’s. Mallery Stanley (Standish, ME) took the loss for MMA giving up 17 hits over her six innings of work.In the second game, MMA jumped on Hornets pitcher Theresa Danforth (Corinth, VT) for six hits and five runs with the first seven batters taking a commanding 5-1 lead after the first inning of play. Danforth didn’t retire an MMA batter and was replaced by Fetterhoff who finished the game. Ashley Hunt (Waldoboro, ME) led the offensive attack with two hits and four RBI’s in the 10-1 win.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textMMA collected 15 hits, getting three from Megan Russell (Peru, ME) and Mallery Stanley. Kayla Higgins (Sullivan, ME) went 2 for 2 with two RBI’s and two runs scored in the win. Stanley got the win, throwing just 64 pitches over five innings of work, surrendering five hits and three walks. For more sports stories, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. Latest posts by admin (see all)
Former Germany, Manchester United and Bayern Munich midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger has retired.The 35-year-old announced his decision two days after the end of the Major League Soccer season. His club, Chicago Fire, finished 17th.“The time has now come,” he said. “To the fans, you made this unbelievable time possible for me.” Schweinsteiger won the 2014 World Cup with Germany, as well as eight Bundesliga titles with Bayern.In total, he gained 121 caps for Germany between 2004 and 2016.The midfielder played 500 times for Bayern before joining Manchester United for £14.4m in 2015 but failed to adapt to the Premier League, making 13 league starts in two years.He was made to train with the under-23s at Old Trafford by then manager Jose Mourinho – who later said he regretted his decision.Schweinsteiger was allowed to join Chicago Fire on a free transfer in March 2017 and scored on his debut. Fire finished third in his first season to reach the play-offs but have struggled since.“Basti has meant so much to our club,” said Chicago Fire chairman Joe Mansueto. “It was an absolute pleasure to watch him play.“His soccer IQ is so elite, you can see that he’s three steps ahead at every turn. He’s a leader, a great team-mate and a generational player who put Chicago Fire on the world map. I’d like to say, on behalf of the club: Danke, Basti.”Bayern chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said “the doors at Bayern are always open” to their former player.“A great career is coming to an end. Basti has won everything there is to win in world football,” he said.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
The management, coaches and players of Rangers International have vowed to ensure that the team picks the ticket for the second round of the 2018/2019 CAF Confederation Cup after the second leg, first round clash with visiting Algerian cup champions, USM Bel Abbes on Sunday.In a release from the Head, Media/Publicity department of the ‘Flying Antelopes’, Norbert Okolie, said the players are at their peak to make the club victorious. “The coaches and players are doing all they can to ensure that victory is achieved and get the ticket for the next round of the competition. Since the team’ returned from Algeria, the coaches have been working on the team with the hope of producing a perfect team to fly the colors of the club on Sunday,” Okolie said.The release further quoted the coach of the Enugu side as saying, “The game is still open but we have all it takes to emerge winners at the end of the day. By God’s grace and some luck, I believe that we shall overcome the USMBA challenge.”Also, Ghanaian shot-stopper of the team, Nana Bonsu, said, “We pray for the team from Algeria to arrive safely in Enugu but we hope to pick the ticket for the second round of the competition. No doubt, our performance so far in the competition can only be traced to the grace of God, team work and great motivation from our supporters.”Commenting on the upcoming encounter, General Manager of the seven-time league champions, Davidson Owumi said, “Victory is all we crave for and that is what we are prepared to get on Sunday. The first leg was very tough but we shall ensure that the return leg will be easier for us and the ticket shall be in the kitty. I call on our numerous fans to come out in their numbers to cheer us to victory on Sunday.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram