Taliban shut down clinics in southern Afghan province, official says

KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (Reuters) – The Taliban has shut down dozens of clinics in the southern Afghan province of Uruzgan in the past few days, officials said, amid demands for special treatment for its fighters who control most of the embattled region.

Fantasy Football: Top Sleeper Running Backs To Play In Week 3

Need some help filling out your Fantasy Football lineup for Week 3? Here are some sleeper running backs to play.

Hopes for Mexico quake survivors dim as search enters sixth day

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Emergency workers searched by floodlight in smashed buildings for survivors of Mexico’s deadliest earthquake in 32 years amid fading rescue prospects, five nights after the disaster and as President Enrique Pena Nieto urged Mexicans to turn their attention to rebuilding.

Luke Campbell: Jorge Linares wins WBA lightweight title fight

Britain’s Luke Campbell loses his WBA lightweight title fight to Jorge Linares on a split decision in Inglewood, California.

Brexit isn’t a new Black Wednesday. It’s far darker than that

This autumn marks the anniversaries of two notable economic humiliations. But they are as nothing to what might happen if we leave the EU

This is quite an anniversary year for great British economic disasters. Last weekend saw the 25th anniversary of the ignominious exit of the pound from the European exchange rate mechanism – “the first Brexit”, and, I still hope, the only one.

Then this November will see the 50th anniversary of the dramatic 14% devaluation of the pound – an episode from which the Labour government of Harold Wilson never quite recovered, not least because Wilson made the mistake of proclaiming that “the pound in your pocket has not been devalued” – based on a brief by Treasury officials which was aimed at explaining that, from the point of view of the pocket or purse, it was only the price of imports that were going up, and spending on imports was only a small fraction of total household spending.

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So You Think You Can Be An Ex-Pat? Check Out This Report…

Living and working in a country you weren’t born in can sound romantic, exciting and exotic. It is. It is also daunting, exhausting and challenging.

Hopes for Mexico quake survivors dim as search enters sixth day

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Emergency workers searched by floodlight in smashed buildings for survivors of Mexico’s deadliest earthquake in 32 years amid fading rescue prospects, five nights after the disaster and as President Enrique Pena Nieto urged Mexicans to turn their attention to rebuilding.

Fantasy Football: Top Sleeper Wide Receivers To Play In Week 3

Need some help filling out your Fantasy Football lineup for Week 3? Here are some sleeper wide receivers to play.