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Hearts in the League Cup...
Eliminated twice from the champions league before the group stages...
David Moyes could of done better, especially if he was given £200 million.
Partial stadium closure last week for racist chanting now trouble at Celtic park, grounds to kick them out?😉👀
"Wouldn’t that be newsworthy, just for once, to base your decision on information rather than scare-tactics and superstition, and lies, just once. I think it would be newsworthy."
Tom on his holidays...
He is talking Balls😂
@robertflorence: I'm voting #YesBecause have you noticed that all these paedophiles are English?
He's got a point👀😂
Haha another angry Hun😂
Hopefully they accept this but I don't think Israel wants peace...
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BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union offered Friday to take charge of Gaza's border crossings and work to prevent illegal arms flows, insisting on a durable truce and saying a return to the status quo before the latest war "is not an option."
As EU foreign ministers held an urgent meeting in Brussels about global conflicts, Hamas negotiators met with the Islamic militant group's leadership in Qatar to discuss a proposal for a long-term truce with Israel. An official said the group was inclined to accept the Egyptian-mediated offer.
The Gaza blockade remains the main stumbling block. It has greatly limited the movement of Palestinians in and out of the territory of 1.8 million people, restricted the flow of goods into Gaza and blocked virtually all exports.
The EU is prepared "to play a strong role" in managing the crossings while assuring that Israel's security is guaranteed, said the 28-nation bloc's foreign policy chief, Catherine Ashton.
The EU offered to reactivate and extend its monitoring of the Rafah crossing with Egypt and other border posts, provided there will be a U.N. Security Council mandate for the mission and a sustainable cease-fire in place. In addition, the EU says Israel must lift its blockade to allow "a fundamental improvement in the living conditions for the Palestinian people in Gaza."
The EU foreign ministers said the bloc is also prepared to prevent arms smuggling and launch a training program for Palestinian Authority police and customs officers to be deployed in Gaza.
"The situation in the Gaza Strip has been unsustainable for many years and a return to the status quo prior to the latest conflict is not an option," they said.
Israel and Hamas are observing a five-day temporary cease-fire in an attempt to allow indirect talks in Cairo to continue. The negotiations are meant to secure a substantive end to the monthlong Gaza war and draw up a roadmap for the coastal territory, which has been hard-hit in the fighting.
Hamas is demanding the lifting of the blockade Israel and Egypt imposed after the militant group seized power in Gaza in 2007.
The proposal is believed to include the lifting of some restrictions, with Western-backed Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' forces assuming responsibility for border crossings under new arrangements with Egypt.
Israeli officials have said little about the negotiations, saying only that the country's security needs must be met.
Representatives of Palestinian factions in Cairo said progress was being made. A Hamas official said his group had all but accepted the offer and was currently finalizing the wording.
"The proposed agreement states in many places that lifting the blockade will come through measures and mechanisms agreed upon between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, and this means Israel will always have the upper hand," he said.
That has raised concerns that Israel could re-impose the closures, returning the situation to what it was before the war, he said.
But he also said the emerging deal would end hostilities and answer some immediate Hamas needs, including providing materials for reconstruction. He spoke on condition of anonymity because the negotiations were still ongoing.
Israel says the blockade is necessary to prevent arms smuggling, and officials are reluctant to make any concessions that would allow Hamas to declare victory.
Israel, meanwhile, has demanded that Hamas be disarmed — a non-starter for the militant group — or at the very least be prevented from re-arming.
Hamas has recovered from previous rounds of violence with Israel, including a major three-week air and ground operation in January 2009 and another weeklong air offensive in 2012. It still has an arsenal of several thousand rockets, some of which can reach major Israeli cities.
The current cease-fire is the longest to be declared since the war broke out last month. The fighting has so far killed more than 1,900 Palestinians, the majority of them civilians, according to Palestinian and U.N. officials. Israel has lost 67 people, all but three of them soldiers.
In Europe, leaders insisted Israel and the Palestinians must yield ground to eventually achieve a sustainable two-state solution.
"In Gaza, it is not enough for the weapons to lay quiet," French President Francois Hollande said at an event marking the 70th anniversary of the Allied invasion of southern France's Provence region. "We need for all peoples to live in security and dignity in a state of their own."
See a French athlete had a gold medal taken off him cause he took his shirt off before he finished, Legia Warsaw have asked for a one off race to decide whether he gets the gold or not😂
Seems it's not just me that thinks McCann is a Hun cunt, still not as bad as Andy Walker and he's not even a Hun...
See 50 Legia fans robbed over £1,000 worth of booze from a Tescos cause they told them it was too late to buy drink😂
Scottish Human Rights Commisions reports Police Scotland to the UN for breaching Civil Liberties...
The Scottish police must have the tools to catch criminals, but not at the cost of trampling over freedoms that work in everyone's interests.
By and large, Scotland has this balance right. We do not believe at all, as some on the fringes of political debate suggest, that Scotland is becoming a police state. That is absurd. Our responsibilities are matched by a large number of rights enshrined in law.
However, as the Sunday Herald reveals today, there ia a growing feeling that the balance is tipping away from civil liberties towards unnecessarily authoritarian policing. The Scottish Human Rights Commission, set up to make sure citizens are protected, has urged the United Nations to examine a list of concerns about high-profile police and government policies.
Many of these anxieties seem legitimate. The use of stop and search, the increase in armed police, the policy of scrapping corroboration and the law drafted to deal with sectarianism at football games have all caused alarm bells to ring.
There are legitimate fears that the police are acting without suitable oversight, and that some decisions on law and order taken in Holyrood are risky and potentially illiberal.
It is unquestionably an embarrassment for the Scottish Government for these issues to be referred to the United Nations; better some political embarrassment than a squandering of our liberal heritage, and a loss of trust in both the legal system and the police.
The SHRC deserves credit for stepping into the breach.
What a fud, Glasgows only Tory councillor aswell...
Wiki leaks tweeting this, Israel telling the US that they'll target civilian areas
6. (S) Eisenkot labeled any Israeli response to resumed
conflict the "Dahiya doctrine" in reference to the leveled
Dahiya quarter in Beirut during the Second Lebanon War in
2006. He said Israel will use disproportionate force upon
any village that fires upon Israel, "causing great damage and
destruction." Eisenkot made very clear: this is not a
recommendation, but an already approved plan -- from the
Israeli perspective, these are "not civilian villages, they
are military bases." Eisenkot in this statement echoed
earlier private statements made by IDF Chief of General Staff
Gabi Ashkenazi, who said the next fight in Southern Lebanon
would come at a much higher cost for both sides -- and that
the IDF would not hold back.
7. (SBU) Eisenkot stated that Damascus fully understands what
the Israelis did in Dahiya, and that the Israelis have the
capability of doing the same to Syria. He suggested the
possibility of harm to the population has been Hizballah
leader Nasrallah's main constraint, and the reason for the
quiet over the past two years. Eisenkot criticized media
coverage of Nasrallah, arguing it legitimizes and equalizes
Nasrallah as an adversary.
So our seasons started, finished, then started again before we've even played our first league game
Fat Hun that's on the clyde 1 panel is devastated, trying to argue that the Warsaw shouldn't be chucked out
All makes sense now...
Willis1690, on 08 August 2014 - 09:44 AM, said:
Can someone explain this? Ive seen theyve been awarded 3-0 in a game, but wouldnt that make the score 4-6?
This cunt must of been in charge of there tax forms😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
RangersMedia is some laugh at the minute, they think there's going to be a vendetta against Rangers when they get back in Europe, got to admire there optimism, they expect to be back in Europe...