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punishable by up to a year in prison. Realtors, And it’s true: Minnesota’s regulatory process is far more complex than many of its surrounding states. Parts of Himachal Pradesh, Aligarh, Rubio tough primary and general four years ago and ongoing PAC. “I’d say in about two weeks, Gabriela:For me it was a big experience to be in one team I had never been a part of a team with Koreans Indians Malaysians and Americans During tournaments you cannot go with the Koreans or Indians So here they give you a chance to play with so many players from different countries in one place It’s a big experience Especially to practice and to play mixed doubles with Lee Yong Dae This would be a big dream for her but for me it’s just exciting to be a part of this team I hope we come here next season again and hopefully we are on the same team Stefani:But we are now used to be separated It’s actually good to change a little bit because we are together all the time and now we are just separated We are in one hotel but different rooms It was difficult for us. Gabriela:In the first few days because we never separate So it was a little bit strange at the beginning with different teams different travelling and different rooms Stefani:But it was really good for us to try To see whether we can survive without each other Who has been your idol Stefani:Mine is definitely Lee Yong Dae Gabriela:For that I tell you if she gets the chance to change teams with me When the Mumbai team picked her I knew Lee Yong Dae was there she was so happy because she knows I like him I was so upset but it was good that we are both here and we could play with the best team to see how they are on-court and how they are playing We got a lot to learn Have you come across Indian movies or songs Gabriela:Actually we watched few Indian movies Stefani:Our teammates play many Indian songs so they play like 20 times So it’s in my head now But we did watch an Indian movie two years ago Your favourite Indian song Stefani:Difficult I don’t remember the name but I can play on YouTube The name I don’t remember There are some three songs What about the lyrics Your teammates didn’t explain it to you Stefani:Difficult to remember the lyrics Gabriela:We have to listen to it many many times so that we can remember I think we remember one song but I don’t remember the name It’s so different but we like it Some of the Indian songs are similar to our Bulgarian music because of the rhythm and everything So yeah we also like to watch some of the Indian movies Most of the times she puts some Indian song on the computer so I need to listen to it all the time Berlin: After a fourth straight Bundesliga defeat Hamburg reluctantly fired their head coach Markus Gisdol on Sunday with the club second from bottom of the league "Parting ways with a coach prematurely is never something we would wish to do but we feel a fresh start might help us to stay up which is our aim" club chairman Heribert Bruchhagen told AFP’s German subsidiary SID Hamburg have lost 12 of their 19 league games this season File image of Hamburg’s coach Markus Gisdol AP Their latest defeat 2-0 at home to rock-bottom Cologne on Saturday was their sixth match without a win Gisdol is the sixth head coach to be sacked by a Bundesliga club this season "I would like to go home and let it sink in I would have liked to have continued" said Gisdol who was informed of his dismissal at a 0900 meeting (0800 GMT) on Sunday According to German daily Bild former Hamburg midfielder Bernd Hollerbach 48 who played for the club from 1996-2004 is set to take charge "The decision to change (coaches) was unanimous but it was not easy for us there was no alternative The new coach should solve the uncertainty in the team" added Bruchhagen without confirming who will take over Gisdol lasted less than 15 months in charge but Hamburg has been a revolving door in the last decade with no head coach managing to stay for two years Experienced coaches such as Bert van Marwijk Mirko Slomka Bruno Labbadia in two different spells and Armin Veh all had brief stints in charge The last to enjoy any success was Thomas Doll head coach from October 2003 until February 2007 He steered Hamburg to the group phase of the Champions League in 2006/07 – their last appearance in European football’s top competition It’s a far cry from the club’s glory days in the 1980s when Hamburg won the Bundesliga crown twice were runners up three times and lifted the European Cup in 1982-83 they started to know us and then the sport started getting more attention. and committed a crime by trespassing on another mans property.

TIME Health Newsletter Get the latest health and science news, even biologically linked. with his buddies he witnesses a murder that rattles him to his core The perpetrator is a cop and he knows that if he comes forward as a witness he’s likely to land in jail again Collin’s hotheaded best friend and co-worker Miles (Casal) isn’t much help and has too easy a time getting into trouble himself But because Miles is white he can afford to play the tough guy He gets away with everything while it’s Collin who’s likely to get stopped by cops for no reason Blindspotting–the debut feature from Carlos López Estrada–is a story about friendship and loyalty and it’s supremely canny about how those qualities can’t exist in a vacuum Collin and Miles have lived in Oakland all their lives but they barely recognize what it’s becoming White people with money are moving in displacing longtime locals and changing the face of the city Collin and Miles resent those changes but it’s clear that Collin has so much more to lose: class binds these two but race will always divide them Like the characters they play Diggs and Casal are longtime friends; they wrote the film together over a period of nine years watching as their hometown of Oakland transformed into something nearly unrecognizable They’re marvelous to watch Casal throws off currents of nervous wiry energy while Diggs–who originated the roles of the Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson in Hamilton–turns anxiety into a kind of mournful poetry When he and Miles are sent to a ramshackle Victorian to clear it out so it can be put on the market Diggs looks at the detritus and picks up an old photo album flipping through it and gazing at the faces of the family who used to call this place home Blindspotting is entertaining but it also packs an emotional punch Sometimes even the place you call home can make you feel like a ghost Contact us at [email protected] This appears in the July 30 2018 issue of TIMEFor almost two years Turkish troops sat idly on the countrys shared border with Syria as Islamic militants increased their territory and fought on the frontier The Turkish parliament voted in October to allow its military to join the fight against the Islamic State or Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) but little happened Then early Friday morning a squad of Turkish F-16s struck ISIS positions inside Syria It was a quick and significant change in the countrys actions toward the militants "ISIS and Turkey had a nearly two-year-long Cold War in which they avoided fighting with the knowledge that their confrontation would lead to destruction on both sides" says Soner Cagaptay director of the Turkish Research Program at The Washington Institute "That Cold War is definitely over" Turkey a member of NATO was already a signed ally in the fight against ISIS but has done little to combat the militants or even restrict their access to Syria through Turkey Cagoptay says this "open door policy" was meant to allow all fighters who want to oust President Bashar al-Assad into Syria The Islamist-leaning government in Ankara maintains that Assad is enemy number one in Syria not his opponents but the US-led coalition has attacked ISIS and al-Qaida-linked groups in Syria but not the Assad regime " The Turkish government thinks only fighting ISIS is just dealing with the symptom and not the cause" says Hakan Altinay a Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institute Turkey sees the rise of ISIS as a result of Sunni discontent with Assads Alawite regime The bombing in the Turkish town of Suruc on Monday which left 32 dead and the death of a Turkish soldier by ISIS fire from Syria on Thursday has made ISIS a immediate threat for the Turkish government US officials also said on Thursday the Turks have allowed American warplanes to use Turkish bases to attack ISIS Altinay says that the recent violence was only a trigger ISISs strengthened position on the shared border and sustained pressure from the US were also factors "I think that there was one too many reasons to get into action" says Altinay Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said the operations against ISIS were not a one-off but part of a broader strategy Government forces also arrested more than 200 people in security sweeps across the country For some the question is why it took so long for the Turks to act against ISIS Redur Xelil a spokesman for the YPG the Kurdish group fighting ISIS in northern Syria has many times accused Turkey of siding with ISIS "Turkey is helping ISIS and facilitating their moves in and out of Syria as well as aiding them in logistics and other levels" says Xelil Xelil says he doesnt trust Turkeys motivations believing it to be more of political play than genuine desire to defeat the militants "All this is connected to the policy of the Turkish state and its interest in pleasing the international community and the world by showing it is against terrorism" says Xelil "If the Turkish state was truly serious about fighting ISIS it would have taken action the day the international coalition was formed" Turkey has fought a long and bloody war against its own Kurdish separatists This has complicated the situation in southern Turkey where Turkish troops many times targeted by the Kurdish separatists decide what goes in and out of Syria Some of the 200 people arrested in in these security sweeps were actually Turkish Kurds who were not suspected of being part of ISIS Some analysts speculated that Turkey might prefer ISIS to an independent Syrian Kurdish state on its border worried it could further motivate Turkish Kurds to reignite their violent campaign for Kurdish sovereignty on Turkish territory Just this week Kurdish militants claimed an attack that killed two Turkish troops But both Cagoptay and Altinay say the delay was Turkeys desire not to bring the violence of the Syrian conflict onto its territory despite already hosting more that 18 million Syrian refugees "I think Turkey was between a rock and hard place" says Altinay of the attempt to balance US pressure to act while not spurring attacks by the militants US officials have stressed the importance of Turkeys active participation in the coalition Not only do does it have a better equipped and more capable military than the USs other regional anti-ISIS allies but also bases with proximity to strategic ISIS locations which will be key for both surveillance and military action "Its game changing in that it has given the US the military tool box" says Cagoptay Meet the Kurdish Women Taking the Battle to ISIS 18-year-old YPJ (Women’s Protection Unit) fighter Torin Khairegi: “We live in a world where women are dominated by men We are here to take control of our future I injured an ISIS jihadi in Kobani When he was wounded all his friends left him behind and ran away Later I went there and buried his body I now feel that I am very powerful and can defend my home my friends my country and myself Many of us have been martyred and I see no path other than the continuation of their path" Newsha Tavakolian for TIME YPJ fighters on their base at the border between Syria and Iraq Young female fighters are indoctrinated to the ideology of their charismatic leader Abdullah Ocalan head of the Kurdish Workers’ Party (PKK) who promotes marxist thought and empowerment of women Newsha Tavakolian for TIME 18 year-old YPJ fighter Saria Zilan from Amuda Syria: "I fought ISIS in Serikani I captured one of them and wanted to kill him but my comrades did not let me He kept staring at the ground and would not look at me because he said it was forbidden by his religion to look at a woman" Newsha Tavakolian for TIME 20-year old YPJ fighter Aijan Denis from Amuda Syria: "Where I am now men and women are equal and we all have the same thought which is fighting for our ideology and the rights of women My three sisters and I are all in YPJ" Newsha Tavakolian for TIME YPJ members take part in daily combat training at their base in Serikani Syria Newsha Tavakolian for TIME Three YPJ fighters sit in an armed vehicle at their base in eastern Syria days after returning from the front Newsha Tavakolian for TIME YPJ members including one who was wounded fighting against ISIS in Kobani Syria at the all-women Asayesh Security Base in Derek Syria Newsha Tavakolian for TIME 16 year-old YPJ fighter Barkhodan Kochar from Darbasi Syria: "The war influenced me a lot Before joining YPJ whenever I asked my family about politics they’d say ‘that’s not your business you’re just a girl’ But when I saw how the women of YPJ gave their lives for what they believed in I knew that I wanted to be one of them" Newsha Tavakolian for TIME A billboard showing fallen YPJ solders reading “With you we live on and life continues” Newsha Tavakolian for TIME In Western Kurdistan the Syrian autonomous region Kurds call Rojava young people are taught the ideology of the PYD (the Democratic Union Party of Syria) an affiliate of PKK (Kurdistan Workers’ Party) Many of these young people will soon be drafted into YPJ and YPG armies to fight ISIS Newsha Tavakolian for TIME in Syria graves of YPJ members who were killed fighting ISIS In the foreground female fighters are buried together Newsha Tavakolian for TIME A picture of 17 year-old Cicek Derek who died in the besieged city of Kobani Syria where her fellow fighters were unable to retrieve her body Newsha Tavakolian for TIME Rojin the sister of 17 year-old YPJ fighter Cicek Derek who died fighting in Kobani Syria "When my mother told Cicek ‘Please stay with your mother’ she answered ‘I left to fight for all the mothers of the world I cannot stay here’" Newsha Tavakolian for TIME A scarf belonging to 17-year-old YPJ fighter Cicek Derek who was killed in Kobani Syria was all that could be brought back to her family Her body remains in Kobani Newsha Tavakolian for TIME A wedding dress outside a bridal shop in a town near Qamishlou Syria YPG graffiti can be seen on the walls of adjacent buildings YPJ and YPG members are neither allowed to marry nor can they have sexual relationships according their ideology Newsha Tavakolian for TIME 20 year-old YPJ fighter Beritan Khabat from Derek Syria She joined the YPJ four years ago to protect her homeland and put an end to the suppression of women "I fought ISIS in Jezza and Serikani Women of YPJ are not scared of ISIS" Newsha Tavakolian for TIME 1 of 16 Advertisement Contact us at [email protected] is just finishing up his probation.