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The league did not say how many Manziel jerseys - priced at $99.95 a pop - sold during the period. The Browns drafted the former Texas A&M star with the No. 22 pick. He'll enter his first training camp as Brian Hoyer's backup. JAMES-CHINA LeBron James begins tour of China BEIJING (AP) - LeBron James began his tour of China on Monday by exchanging gifts with another former child prodigy. The Cleveland Cavaliers' star was greeted pianist Lang Lang at the Wukesong Sports Center in Beijing in front of hundreds of basketball fans. The two exchanged gifts, with Lang Lang receiving a pair of basketball shoes and James getting an album of Lang Lang's music and a CD with the FIFA Brazil World Cup music.
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Alleged Getaway Driver Charged In Rogers Park Shooting Death « Cbs Chicago
Prosecutors said he drove the getaway car, and handed the shooter the gun used to kill Lewis, but was not the shooter. The gunman allegedly was aiming at a gang rival, but hit Lewis instead. Vaughn was denied bail at a bond hearing Monday afternoon. Defendant Vaughn told the uncharged co-defendant to wet that t-shirt up, which meant to make victim bleed, said prosecutor Alexandra Molesky Eric Vaughn (Credit: Chicago Police) A married photographer based in the Milwaukee area, Lewis had just moved to the Ravenswood neighborhood from Wisconsin last year, and then moved to Rogers Park a couple weeks ago. He was supposed to start a new full-time job on Monday at Trunk Club, a menswear fashion & style site that specializes in home delivery. His wife is an art director at the Leo Burnett marketing agency. Ald. Joe Moore (49th) was walking on the block at the time of the shooting, and saw the gunman fire repeatedly at people at the bus stop. It was surreal, and quite a shock.
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Sse: 1-on-1 With Devon Allen | Kezi
The Ducks dual-sport sensation burst onto the scene in Spring, winning a NCAA and USATF national title in the 110-meter hurdles. But Allen says hes a football player first. His breakout track season has many wondering if he should give up football. Watch his 1-on-1 interview with KEZI 9 Sports Stephen Nelson. The two discuss Allens potential decision, his handling of his newfound hype and expectations, as well as his future goals.
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Alibaba’s Behemoth Ipo Making Few Ripples In Washington - Bloomberg
The VIE is linked to the publicly-held parent via contracts rather than ownership. The arrangement, although tolerated by the Chinese government, can be considered illegal in China, the security review commissions report said. Any dispute would force shareholders to sue in Chinese courts. This puts Enron to shame, Wessel said. These could be some of the riskiest investments anyone could engage in. Alibabas proposed structure, including having a board majority appointed by its partners, kept Hong Kong (700) regulators from endorsing its listing, prompting the firm to go to the New York Stock Exchange instead.
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Linn To Purchase Acreage From Devon For $2.3 Billion - Oil & Gas Journal
8, 2011 ). John Richels, Devon president and chief executive officer, commented, With the sale of our remaining noncore assets, the portfolio transformation that we announced late last year is now complete. Devon has made significant changes to its portfolio over the past year, acquiring 82,000 net acres in the Eagle Ford for $6 billion ( OGJ Online, Feb. 28, 2014 ); merging its midstream assets with CrossTex to create EnLink Midstream LLC and master limited partnership EnLink Midstream Partners LP ( OGJ Online, Mar. 7, 2014 ); and selling its Canadian conventional assets for $3.125 billion ( OGJ Online, Apr. 2, 2014 ). The sale of Canadian and US noncore properties over the past few months has generated in excess of $5 billion of proceeds at an accretive multiple of nearly 7 times 2013 EBITDA, said Richels.
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England Defence Must Be Rebuilt For The Promising Young Attack To Succeed | Bleacher Report
Tom Peck (@tompeck) June 24, 2014 The problem for England is, who replaces them? Chris Smalling looks far off the quality needed for this level, while Phil Jones could be an aggressive leader at the backif he manages to hold down a position for his club over the coming seasons. It's a big campaign coming up for the 22-year-old, who is now past the "promising youngster" stage and into what should be the part of his career where he nails down his role in a sideif he is indeed going to fulfil the undoubted potential he carries. Steven Caulker has been vaunted as an international prospect, but he's currently a Championship defender and has two fairly good, not stupendous, Premier League seasons behind him. John Stones is another possibility who may yet progress rapidly over the coming seasons. Richard Heathcote/Getty Images Flanagan (aged 21) and Stones (aged 20) were England's standby defenders. Luke Shaw, Nathaniel Clyne, Jon Flanagan and maybe even Micah Richardsall possess the ability to fight for a place at full-back. Others will emerge as candidates too; they always do, though only one or two may make the step up over a longer period. It's not just names that England need, though, but a system.
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Sri Lanka Clinches Test Series Win In England - Yahoo News
Done Sri Lanka clinches test series win in England June 24, 2014 3:43 PM 0 shares . . LEEDS, England (AP) Shaminda Eranga ended Jimmy Anderson's stubborn resistance with the penultimate ball Tuesday as Sri Lanka won the second test at Headingley by 100 runs to clinch its first ever test series win in England. Anderson faced 55 balls without scoring in a desperate last-wicket stand with Moeen Ali (108 not out) before he fended an Eranga bouncer to Rangana Herath at leg gully, giving Sri Lanka a victory of 1-0 series victory with one delivery to spare. The Sri Lanka players piled on each other in celebration, while Anderson slumped over his bat. He was in tears as he accepted England's player of the series award.
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Neville: England Management More Than Happy With Rooney | Fox Sports On Msn
Carragher suggested Sterlings pace would prove key down the flank against a Uruguay squad one defender short after Maxi Pereira was sent off late on in their defeat to Costa Rica,while hethinks Rooney will suit a role through the middle. I would put himRooney atnumber 10 [on Thursday], he added. The only reason I wouldnt have played him there against Italy was because of Pirlo I think he would have spent most of his time worrying about him rather than getting into the box and causing problems. I dont think Uruguay have that type of player in midfield theyre more protective of their back four.
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Flash Floods Kill At Least 80 In Northern Afghanistan - los Angeles Times
Afghan villagers carry the body of a flood victim in the Guzargah-e-Nur district of Baghlan province. (Zekria Nasirestr / AFP / Getty Images) Hashmat Baktash At least 80 killed and 100 missing after two days of flash flooding in Afghanistan Governor of Baghlan province says remote location complicates flood relief efforts Deadly floods the latest major natural disaster to strike northern Afghanistan At least 80 people have been killed and more than 100 are missing in two days of severe flooding in northern Afghanistan, officials said Sunday. Families were searching desperately for loved ones amid the wreckage of waterlogged villages after flash floods that began Friday in Baghlan province swallowed up houses made of mud. About 5,000 families are homeless following the disaster, according to the provincial governor, Sultan Mohammad Ebadi.
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Canada Commits $800g For Balkan Flood Victims | Canada | News | Calgary Sun
REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) REUTERS A man navigates a boat along a street during heavy floods in Bosanski Samac May 19, 2014. Bosnia said on Monday that more than a quarter of its 4 million people had been affected by the worst floods to hit the Balkans in living memory, comparing the "terrifying" destruction to that of the country's 1992-95 war. The extent of the devastation became apparent in Serbia too, as waters receded in some of the worst-hit areas to reveal homes toppled or submerged in mud, trees felled and villages strewn with the rotting corpses of livestock. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) REUTERS Men sit on a car porch during heavy floods in Bosanski Samac May 19, 2014. Bosnia said on Monday that more than a quarter of its 4 million people had been affected by the worst floods to hit the Balkans in living memory, comparing the "terrifying" destruction to that of the country's 1992-95 war. The extent of the devastation became apparent in Serbia too, as waters receded in some of the worst-hit areas to reveal homes toppled or submerged in mud, trees felled and villages strewn with the rotting corpses of livestock. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) REUTERS A man stacks items in his house in the town of Smedarevska Palanka, southeast of Belgrade, May 20, 2014.
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