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U.S. Open Day 1 Report

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U.S. Open Day 1 Report

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Monday, August 27, 2007

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The U.S. Open kicked off Day 1 with many epic tennis matches. The USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center was abuzz with tennis fans young and old heading out to see their favorite players play their round one matches.

Day Session

Swiss World #1 Roger Federer beat American Scoville Jenkins in straight sets, 6-3, 6-2, 6-4. #21 seed Juan Carlos Ferrero was upset by unseeded Feliciano López, 3-6, 4-6, 4-6. United States newcomer Donald Young won his first match against Australian Chris Guccione. Nikolay Davydenko defeated American Jesse Levine 6-4, 6-0, 6-1. #18 seed Marcos Baghdatis was upset by World #106 Max Mirnyi 6-3, 7-5, 3-6, 7-6 in an epic battle in which Mirnyi came back in the last set tiebreaker from 1-5 to win 8-6. Tommy Haas defeated Steve Darcis 6-7, 7-5, 6-3, 6-4. #19 seed Andy Murray, the British number one, comfortably defeated Uruguayan Pablo Cuevas 6-2, 6-3, 6-0.

World #1 Justine Henin progressed to the second round by defeating her opponent in straight sets. Jelena Janković defeated Olga Govortsova 6-2, 7-6. Marion Bartoli defeated American Alexa Glatch 6-1, 6-1.

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U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales resigns

U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales resigns

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Alberto Gonzales, official Department of Justice portrait.

US Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, after several months of controversy, today announced his resignation after 13 years of public service. He will leave office on September 17, 2007. While he did not elaborate on the circumstances of his departure, he referred to his tenure as a “remarkable journey” and said he had “lived the American dream.”

Critics of the embattled Attorney General have called for his ousting for several months, largely over his conflicts with the US Congress over the Bush Administration’s warrant-less wiretapping program, and his firing of nine US attorneys.

George W. Bush and Laura Bush sit with Alberto Gonzales and his wife, Rebecca, during a visit August 26, 2007, at the Bush Ranch in Crawford, Texas.

Observers have expressed surprise at the sudden announcement, as Gonzales had said as recently as the weekend of the 18th of August that he had planned to stay through the end of President Bush’s second term.

Critics of the Attorney General, most notably Harry Reid, majority leader for the US Senate, have welcomed the announcement, as Gonzales had been one of the most controversial members of the Bush Administration.

President Bush spoke on his “close friend’s” resignation saying that he has reluctantly accepted the resignation, but noted that Gonzales’ name had been “dragged through the mud for political reasons.” Throughout the recent controversy Bush has stood next to Gonzales. Paul Clement, the current Solicitor General, will serve as the acting Attorney General until a replacement has been confirmed by the Senate.

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Opium production in Afghanistan reaches record highs

Opium production in Afghanistan reaches record highs

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Opium Poppy

According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) report released Monday, the opium produced in Afghanistan has doubled in the past two years, reaching record highs. The United Nations’ report determined that 93% of the world’s opium is now produced in Afghanistan, up 1% from last year.

In 2007, 193,000 hectares of land in Afghanistan were dedicated to opium poppy cultivation, representing a 17 percent increase over 2006. In addition, the yield per hectare was up from last year, due to favourable weather conditions. In 2007, opium yields were 42.5 kg per hectare, while in 2006 yields were 37.0 kg/ha. Overall in 2007, Afghanistan produced 8,200 tons of opium, an amount 34 percent greater than in 2006.

This marks the sixth consecutive year that production has increased despite the United States’ US$600 million counter-narcotics program in Afghanistan. When commenting on the report’s overall findings, William B. Wood, the American ambassador to Afghanistan, said, “I think it is safe to say that we should be looking for a new strategy, and I think that we are finding one.” He refers to the possibility of such enhanced U.S. efforts including spraying poppy crops with herbicides. This proposal has been opposed by both British and Afghan officials in the past.

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Nick Hogan, son of wrestling star Hulk Hogan \’seriously injured\’ in vehicle accident

Nick Hogan, son of wrestling star Hulk Hogan ‘seriously injured’ in vehicle accident

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Nick Hogan, 17, the son of wrestling star Hulk Hogan has been “seriously injured” in a vehicle accident along with one other unnamed individual. Both are reported to have been flown via helicopter to Bayfront Medical Center in St. Petersburg, Florida.

TMZ.com reports that police and witnesses say the accident occurred in Clearwater, Florida around 7:30 p.m. (eastern time) on Sunday night while Hogan was driving his Toyota Supra at a “very high rate of speed.” He lost control of his car and hit the center median, flipping which then slammed into a palm tree, resting on its back end.

The police said the two travelling in the car sustained “very very serious” injuries. They also said that the tree “destroyed the entire car”.

A police officer was not far behind the car when it flipped over and radioed in for help. Firefighters had to use the ‘jaws of life’ to cut Hogan and the other individual free from the wreckage.

No call was made to 911 and the occupants conditions are not yet known.

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Italian political leader threatens forcible rebellion against government

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Italian political leader threatens forcible rebellion against government

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Italian politics were flamed on Sunday, August 26th, by a statement from Umberto Bossi, the leader of far-right party Northern League, who said during a rally in Ca’ San Marco di Mezzoldo, north of Milan, “People of this region have never drawn out the rifles, but there’s always a first time”. Bossi, who had been minister of reform from 2001 to 2006, during last days had repeatedly invited people to a tax revolt against the government.

The President of Italy, Giorgio Napolitano, issued immediately a public statement expressing “a strong call to moderation in Italian politics”. Several leftist politicians asked the leader of rightist coalition Silvio Berlusconi to distance from Bossi’s statement but a representative of Berlusconi’s party, Forza Italia, Fabrizio Cicchitto pointed out that “Bossi’s language is usually strong and metaphorical”. Similar comment came from former minister Maurizio Gasparri (now spokesman of party Alleanza Nazionale) who explained that Bossi “was speaking of verbal rifles”.

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Hot air balloon fire kills two, injures eleven in Canada

Hot air balloon fire kills two, injures eleven in Canada

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A hot air balloon caught fire and crashed in western Canada. Two people were killed and 11 were injured.

The disaster occurred as the airship was preparing to take off from Surrey, British Columbia, a suburb of Vancouver. An unknown source caused a fire in the basket of the tethered balloon, which then broke free and rose into the air.

Of the 12 passengers and one pilot on board at the time, 11 escaped the balloon with severe burns and other non-life-threatening injuries by jumping out in mid-air. The balloon then collapsed, crashing into a motorhome park with two people still trapped on board, who were killed in the subsequent fire. Four static caravans and two cars were also destroyed in the blaze.

The two deceased are believed to be a mother and daughter. Their family was on scene during the disaster and watched as the balloon burnt up and crashed.

Witness Don Randall, who photographed the accident, said the thing went up about 400 feet (122m) in the air at which point it melted enough of the balloon it collapsed.”The basket was basically a fireball. It just dropped like a stone. I’m just thinking, ‘Oh geez, I hope there’s nobody in that thing. It’s basically a burning death up there.”‘

Bill Yearwood, an investigator with the Transportation Safety Board of Canada, told reporters what preliminary information was available: “The crew loaded 12 passengers and was preparing to launch when a fire erupted. The pilot asked the passengers to get out of the basket. The balloon was tethered at the time, but then broke and came loose. The balloon climbed into the air before collapsing in a residential area in the park. They were all trying to get out. I can’t tell you what exactly happened when the balloon was loosened from the tether.”

Injured survivor Diana Rutledge questioned the pilot, Steve Pennock,’s actions after the fire broke out, pointing out that he was first off the balloon. “He was in perfect shape,” she said. “I thought, what is this all about? Wouldn’t he have stayed on to try to stop the fires?”

Joyce Genest, a resident at the park, also questioned procedure that day. “I stopped to watch the balloon get inflated,” she said. “Normally it takes 25 minutes and it’s quite gorgeous to watch. They are never in a big hurry. This time they took about ten minutes.” She said the passengers then got straight into the balloon, an unusual occurrence. “Normally the pilot gets in and tests the gun twice and then everybody gets in.” As soon as everybody was in, he hit the gun and the flame went sideways.”

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Horse flu spreads in Australia

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An equestrian event in Maitland may have contributed to the spread of the virus (Stock photo)

The number of horses confirmed to be infected with Equine Influenza in Australia has risen to 47, all in the state of New South Wales. So far none of those confirmed infected have been thoroughbred race horses.

The NSW government has confirmed infections at the federal government’s quarantine facility at Eastern Creek and Centennial Park in Sydney; at Cattai and Wilberforce in North-Western Sydney; and in Moonbi, Parkes, Berry and Wyong in regional NSW.

It is also feared that the outbreak may have spread to Warwick in Queensland where three horses from NSW showed flu-like symptoms during an equestrian event. Initial samples were tested in a laboratory in Brisbane revealing the three animals had been carrying the flu. Further testing will be conducted on samples from the horses in Victoria, although results are not expected until later this week. All 300 horses at the event have been quarantined.

There are also three suspected cases of the virus infecting thoroughbreds at Randwich racecourse in Sydney, if the horses test positive to the flu they will be the first thoroughbreds to be infected with the virus.

The Federal Agriculture Minister, Peter McGauran told ABC Radio this morning that while the source of the outbreak was not known, it is likely that the outbreak may have been caused by an equestrian event held in Maitland on the 18th and 19th of August.

“Everyone’s been assuming it was the Centennial Park horses that travelled and infected horses in different parts of regional NSW,” he said.

“It would appear at this stage that almost all, if not every horse affected has passed through a Maitland horse event on the weekend of the 18th and 19th, or come in contact with a Maitland horse.”

Agriculture Minister of NSW, Ian Macdonald told reporters “It’s early days yet, but a number of horses that attended an event at the property on that weekend are showing clinical signs of equine influenza”.

“The NSW Chief Vet, Bruce Christie, has advised me that we need to locate and examine every single horse that entered and left the property.”

At this stage it appears the Australia wide ban on horse movements which expires on Wednesday may have to be extended, at least in NSW and Queensland.

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Greece on fire, death toll exceeds 60

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Fires continue to burn in Greece on Monday destroying everything in their path. Death toll has exceeded 60 with daily Greek newspapers Kathimerini and Ta Nea reporting 61 and 63 deaths respectively. Ancient Olympia, birthplace of the Olympics, was also threatened but firefighters kept the site safe. The new museum of Olympia was saved in the last minute but part of the ancient stadium was not spared.

The Greek Government has offered a €1 million reward for anyone providing information which leads to the arrest of an arsonist. A Greek government statement read: “The reward is set between 100,000 and 1m euros for every [act] of arson, depending on whether death or serious injury occurred and the size of the damage.”

Government Criticism

The Greek government is under severe criticism for not doing enough to combat the raging fires. Greek newspaper Ta Nea is reporting that the government is facing collapse accusing it of lacking an organized plan to combat the fires. It adds that there are tens of reports resulting from witnesses that demonstrate the ad hoc movement of fire fighting forces but also tragically, an absence of a plan for evacuating villages resulting in the unnecessarily increased death toll.

Foreign Help

Emergency workers and fire-fighting planes from other European Union countries have joined the battle against the fires, and more help is expected from countries outside the EU.

List of affected areas

Updated on August 26, 2007 at 22:00

Arta: Under partial control.

Pella: Kleisohori village in flames.

Evros: Mikrakio in flames.

Ilia: New fires in Prasidaki, Bartholomio, Makistos, Sekoula, Lalas, Leprea, Fanari.

Messenia: Fires rage on in Tavgeto, Finikounta, Metaksades, Diavolitsi.

Laconia: Fronts in the areas of: Geraki, Kallithea, Platanaki, Palaioxori, Oitilos, Aeropoli.

Evia: Aliveri, Mesoxori, Traxili, Kremastos, Mistogeronta, Farana, Partheni, Gaia, Manikia.

Zakynthos: Fire in Alikana.

Arkadia: Araxomites, Asea, Leontari, Mavriki, Makrisi.

Corinth: Improvement in sofiko, fires still burning in Kalentzi, Halki, Soulinari, Agia Triada, Milea.

Argolis: Fire burning in the area of Lefkakia.

Phthiotis: Perivoli, Asvestis, Dilofo, Zilefto.

Thesprotia: Under partial control the fire in Tsamanda.

Viotia: Kanalaki, Mazi.

Corfu: New fire in the area of porta.

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Gift of footballs from United States offends Afghans inadvertently

Gift of footballs from United States offends Afghans inadvertently

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The flag of Saudi Arabia contains the shahdah, one of the Five Pillars of Islam.

The American military has been accused of offending people in Afghanistan when it distributed footballs, which had been printed with images of flags from around the world. One of the flags of Saudi Arabia which contains the shahadah, one of the five Pillars of Islam. Critics say that this is offensive. As a result, a protest in the Khost province of south east Afghanistan took place, where 100 people attended.

One Afghan MP, Mirwais Yasini said, “To have a verse of the Koran on something you kick with your foot would be an insult in any Muslim country.”

The U.S. forces in Afghanistan indicated the balls were meant to be a gift to Afghan children. A spokeswoman said, “Unfortunately, there was something on those footballs we didn’t immediately understand to be offensive and we regret that as we do not want to offend.”

This is not the first time the flag has been used on a football. In 2002, there were protests when a planned football was to contain the Saudi Arabia flag for the 2002 Football World Cup.

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Cricket: England beat India in third one-day international

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Cricket: England beat India in third one-day international

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England have beaten India by 42 runs in the third One-Day International of the series at Edgbaston, Birmingham, England.

India won the toss and captain Rahul Dravid chose to send England in to bat first. England posted a score of 281-8 after fifty overs. After a bright start from opening batsmen Alastair Cook and Matt Prior, who shared a partnership of 76 runs, England were restricted by the Indian bowlers and Kevin Pietersen was stumped by wicket-keeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni for just nine runs. Paul Collingwood scored 44 runs and Ian Bell finished on 79, while R P Singh was the best performing Indian bowler with 3-55.

In response, India faltered early on when Sachin Tendulkar was dismissed for just eight runs followed by Dinesh Karthik an over later for a duck. However Rahul Dravid and Sourav Ganguly shared a 104 run partnership, with both batsmen reaching their fifty, which was ended when Dravid was bowled by Chris Tremlett for 56. In his next over, Tremlett also removed Sourav Ganguly when he was caught behind for 72. India’s run chase suffered further blows when Mahendra Singh Dhoni was dismissed for 13 and Yuvraj Singh run out for 45. India were bowled out for 239 runs, 43 runs short of the target. James Anderson was the pick of the England bowlers, taking 3-32.

England lead the seven match series 2-1. The fourth match will be played at Old Trafford, Manchester on August 30.

Toss: India won, and chose to field first.

Flag of England.svg England innings
Player Status Runs Balls 4s 6s Strike rate
A N Cook c Yuvraj Singh b Powar 40 56 4 0 71.42
M J Prior c Piyush Chawla b Patel 34 40 4 0 85.00
I R Bell c Karthik b R P Singh 79 89 2 2 88.76
K P Pietersen st Dhoni b Piyush Chawla 9 22 1 0 40.90
P D Collingwood c sub (Uthappa) b Powar 44 53 2 1 83.01
O A Shah b Yuvraj Singh 19 15 0 1 126.66
R S Bopara c Dravid b R P Singh 10 9 1 0 111.11
S C J Broad c Yuvraj Singh b R P Singh 10 11 1 0 90.90
C T Tremlett not out 19 9 1 1 211.11
J M Anderson not out 0 0 0 0
Extras (b 1; lb 5; w 7; nb 4) 17
Total (8 wickets; 50 overs) 281 16 5

Fall of wickets: 1-76 (Prior, 13.4 ov), 2-92 (Cook, 18.1 ov), 3-118 (Pietersen, 23.6 ov), 4-193 (Collingwood, 38.4 ov), 5-226 (Shah, 43.2 ov), 6-246 (Bopara, 45.3 ov), 7-255 (Bell, 47.3 ov), 8-273 (Broad, 49.3 ov)

Did not bat: M S Panesar

Flag of India.svg India bowling
Bowler Overs Maidens Runs Wickets Econ
Z Khan 10 0 49 0 4.90
R P Singh 9 1 55 3 6.11
M M Patel 5 0 37 1 7.40
R R Powar 10 0 45 2 4.50
Piyush Chawla 9 0 50 1 5.55
Yuvraj Singh 7 0 39 1 5.57
Flag of India.svg India innings (Target: 282 runs from 50 overs)
Player Status Runs Balls 4s 6s Strike rate
S C Ganguly c Prior b Tremlett 72 104 9 1 69.23
S R Tendulkar c Collingwood b Anderson 8 19 1 0 42.10
K D Karthik c Cook b Broad 0 2 0 0 0.00
R Dravid b Tremlett 56 61 7 1 91.80
Yuvraj Singh run out (Bell/Panesar) 45 39 4 1 115.38
M S Dhoni c Collingwood b Anderson 13 20 0 0 65.00
R R Powar c Bell b Collingwood 6 13 0 0 46.15
Piyush Chawla c Bell b Collingwood 1 2 0 0 50.00
Z Khan b Panesar 11 12 2 0 91.66
R P Singh not out 12 16 0 0 75.00
M M Patel b Anderson 2 3 0 0 66.66
Extras (lb 8; w 3; nb 2) 13
Total (all out; 48.1 overs) 239 23 3

Fall of wickets: 1-35 (Tendulkar, 9.6 ov), 2-36 (Karthik, 10.5 ov), 3-140 (Dravid, 29.5 ov), 4-149 (Ganguly, 31.5 ov), 5-190 (Dhoni, 38.2 ov), 6-210 (Powar, 42.1 ov), 7-213 (Piyush Chawla, 42.5 ov), 8-214 (Yuvraj Singh, 43.3 ov), 9-234 (Khan, 47.1 ov), 10-239 (Patel, 48.1 ov)

Flag of England.svg England bowling
Bowler Overs Maidens Runs Wickets Econ
S C J Broad 9 1 34 1 3.77
J M Anderson 9.1 3 32 3 3.49
C T Tremlett 8 0 57 2 7.12
M S Panesar 10 0 49 1 4.90
P D Collingwood 10 0 45 2 4.50
R S Bopara 2 0 12 0 6.00

England: A N Cook, M J Prior (wkt), I R Bell, K P Pietersen, P D Collingwood (capt), O A Shah, R S Bopara, S C J Broad, J M Anderson, C T Tremlett, M S Panesar

India: S R Tendulkar, S C Ganguly, Yuvraj Singh, R Dravid (capt), K D Karthik, M S Dhoni (wkt), R R Powar, Piyush Chawla, Z Khan, R P Singh, M M Patel

Man of the Match: I R Bell (England)

Umpires: M R Benson and B R Doctrove (West Indies)
TV Umpire: P J Hartley
Match Referee: R S Mahanama (Sri Lanka)
Reserve Umpire: N J Llong

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