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Seattle, California,” Contact us at editors@time.com.” In the clip, July,m. is an opportunity for people to learn about the new hospital and see the progress that’s been made Fisk saidFree food and beverages will be servedNo fewer than 5000 persons displaced by the recent attacks in some villages in Plateau State where over 200 persons were killed are under serious starvation as the government has failed to provide them with relief materials According to the member representing Barkin Ladi/Riyom Constituency in the House of Representatives Hon Istifanus Gyang among the displaced are over 70% women and children Having lost their homes assets and farm crops following the killings and burnings by assailants believed to be Fulani herdsmen these women and children presently in at least six Internally Displaced Persons camps might be in difficult humanitarian conditions Gyang after delivering humanitarian aid to the camps in Barkin Ladi Local Government Area said “The situation is very pathetic and challenging” DAILY POST gathered that no government support has been confirmed to have reached the IDPs since the attacks occurred days ago It would be recalled that President Muhammad Buhari was in Josto meet with the State government officials over the killings The President in his speech announced measures to curb the violence but said nothing specifically to address the humanitarian crises created by the attacks Even though Vice President Yemi Osinbajo had assured that the affected communities would benefit from the N10 billion rehabilitation fund due for release by the Federal Government; this is not an immediate measure to bring succour to the displaced persons Aside losing harvested crops and other valuables the displaced villagers might find it difficult continuing their sole occupation of farming raising fears of famine in the near future Patna:After the new Bihar government won the trust vote in the Assembly on Friday Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi said the "unnatural Grand Alliance died naturally" and praised Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for not bowing before RJD chief Lalu Prasad "We are happy that the government of Janata Dal-United and the Bharatiya Janata Party passed the floor test in the house today (Friday)" Sushil Modi told reporters after coming out of the Assembly in Patna Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and his deputy Sushil Kumar Modi PTI He said Nitish Kumar took the decision (to break away from the erstwhile Grand Alliance) at the "right time" as he didn’t compromise on corruption "He didn’t bow in front of Lalu Prasad" the state BJP leader said He claimed the JD(U)’s alliance with the BJP will run smoothly for the next 40 months and the new government will work to take Bihar to new heights in development Attacking the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) over moving the Patna High Court Sushil Modi said Nitish Kumar had already told the governor about the support of 131 assembly members to his government and hence there was no need for the governor to invite the RJD to form the government "If they had the majority why didn’t they pass the floor test" he said "The floor test proved that the government has the majority It (Grand Alliance) was an unnatural alliance which died naturally" he added Sushil Modi said Nitish Kumar had earlier urged the RJD leaders to put their version on the corruption charges before the public but they didn’t come forward as they didn’t have any answers Nitish Kumar on Wednesday resigned as the Chief Minister of the Grand Alliance government — comprising the Janata Dal-United the RJD and the Congress — and joined hands with the National Democratic Alliance and took oath of office the next day Targeting Lalu Prasad’s younger son Tejashwi Yadav Sushil Modi — who was Deputy Chief Minister earlier too to Nitish Kumar in the JD(U)-BJP alliance regime — said: "In the assembly today Tejashwi didn’t speak a single word on charges of over benami properties worth Rs 1000 crore against him" "The people of Bihar want to know how the 28-year-old son of Lalu Prasad amassed so much property" the BJP leader said Madrid: After watching Barcelona cope ably with the distraction of political tension sweeping across Spain in recent weeks it is Real Madrid’s turn to head into the eye of the storm on Sunday when they travel to Girona It is the European champions’ first trip to Catalonia since violence marred a separatist called independence referendum for the region on 1 October that has sparked weeks of political chaos The atmosphere surrounding Real’s first ever top-flight visit to Girona a heartland of pro-independence support could be further intensified should the Spanish government follow through with plans this weekend to seize Catalonia’s autonomous powers in an attempt to stave off a declaration of independence File photo of Real Madrid players Reuters But the protagonists insist they are preparing solely with the 90 minutes on the pitch in mind "We will have the security there as always to play a football match nothing more" said Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane "We are thinking solely about the match as always and not about what could happen around it" As is normal on trips to Catalonia Real will not use their official team bus for fear of reprisals "It won’t be the first time that this has happened and there is no need to give it any further importance" Real’s Director of Institutional Relations Emilio Butragueno told Spanish sports daily Marca "Real Madrid are a football club and we will only talk about the football – that is all we focus on to win and to make our fans happy" Fresh from picking up FIFA’s award for the best player of 2017 Cristiano Ronaldo will be one of number of Real stars to return after being rested for Real’s Copa del Rey last 32 first leg at third-tier Fuenlabrada on Thursday Gareth Bale once again misses out through injury although there is hope the Welshman could return from a calf problem in time to face his old side Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League on Wednesday Valverde’s homecoming Political distractions aside Real remain in need of the points in Girona in their chase of Barcelona who travel to Athletic Bilbao on Saturday hoping to open up an eight-point lead over their rivals Barca boss Ernesto Valverde returns to San Mames for the first time since swapping Bilbao for Barcelona in June "No matter where you have made your career or where you have played everyone has the club they are most defined by and mine clearly is Athletic" Valverde told Barcelona’s website "The first time you go back you try to concentrate on your own team because if you go around shaking hands with everyone you forget there is a game and three very important points at stake" Valverde’s influence at both Barca and Athletic has been noted in the first few months of the campaign Whilst the Catalans have won 12 and drawn one of their last 13 games in all competitions the Basques have just one win in 11 and have slipped to 11th in the table Atletico go for goals Atletico Madrid are better-placed just six points back on Barcelona in fourth but have been dogged by a lack of ruthlessness in front of goal all season as they await the return of club record signing Diego Costa in January "It is the same thing as always our lack of efficiency in front of goal doesn’t give us the calm we need We don’t score the goals and in the end we suffer" midfielder Saul Niguez said after Atletico were held 1-1 by third-tier Elche in the Cup on Wednesday By contrast Atletico’s rock solid defence comes up against the most in-form striker in the league on Saturday as Cedric Bakambu’s Villarreal visit the Wanda Metropolitano Bakambu has scored six times in his last three La Liga outings to lift Villarreal to sixth "Three points against Villarreal will put us back in a good position and the dynamic of the group will change" added Saul Fixtures (all times GMT) Saturday Alaves v Valencia (1100) Atletico Madrid v Villarreal (1630) Athletic Bilbao v Barcelona (1845) Sevilla v Leganes (2030) Sunday Getafe v Real Sociedad (1000) Girona v Real Madrid (1415) Eibar v Levante (1630) Malaga v Celta Vigo (1845) Monday Espanyol v Real Betis Las Palmas v Deportivo la Coruna (1900)Those who attend will see "a blocking and stacking.

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