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Ukraine must gear up for aerial battles and find a way to contain a physical Swedish strike force if they are to reach their maiden European Championship quarter-final, coach Andriy Shevchenko said on Monday. While Ukraine's four goals in the tournament have been shared equally by strike duo Andriy Yarmolenko and Roman Yaremchuk, their opponents boast a wealth of goalscoring options thriving on long balls. Swedish centre forwards Robin Quaison and Alexander Isak have been well supported by Emil Forsberg and Sebastian Larsson on the flanks, but Shevchenko is hoping to reverse that trend and urged his defenders to take control of the box.
Kylian Mbappe missed France's fifth and final penalty.
"I have always believed that there is nothing our nation can’t do when we decide to do it together," writes President Biden of the bipartisan agreement to move forward on key portions of his infrastructure plan.
Bournemouth hired Scott Parker as their new manager after he left Championship rivals Fulham earlier on Monday.
Spain coach Luis Enrique hailed his players' character as the three-times European champions recovered from a nightmare start then let slip a two-goal lead before finally beating Croatia 5-3 in extra time to reach the Euro 2020 quarter-finals. Spain had taken a 3-1 lead after an incredible error from keeper Unai Simon saw them fall behind. Croatia staged an astonishing comeback with goals in the 85th minute and in added time, but Spain went on to score two goals in extra time.
MCCONNELL: "I appreciate the president saying that he's willing to deal with infrastructure separately. But he doesn't control the Congress."U.S. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell on Monday urged President Joe Biden to get the two top Democrats in Congress to abandon a plan to link a $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure deal to a larger, separate package that Republicans reject. MCCONNELL: "...to deal with them separately. That's the way the deal was negotiated according to the ten Republicans, I can assure you, who were in the discussion. There was no agreement that they would be linked. “ McConnell’s comment comes just two days after Biden withdrew a threat to veto the bipartisan bill unless it arrived at his desk with a companion reconciliation measure that focused on what he calls "human infrastructure," including help for home healthcare. The move triggered outrage among Republicans. Republicans earlier this year rejected Biden's call for a sweeping $2.3 trillion infrastructure package as too costly. After that, Democrats spent weeks publicly discussing plans to proceed with a two-step approach, which would couple a smaller bipartisan deal with a second package that could pass through the narrowly divided Senate with only Democratic votes. It will take weeks before actual legislation on either the bipartisan bill or the reconciliation package makes it to the Senate floor for votes. McConnell has not decided whether to support the bipartisan agreement, noting on Monday that it was not clear whether the proposal was "credibly paid for."
Melvin Gregg, Rotimi and Allen Maldonado are the latest stars to join New Line’s reimagining of the 1990 hit comedy “House Party,” produced by the SpringHill Company for HBO Max. The trio join stars Jorge Lendeborg, Tosin Cole, Karen Obilom and DC Young Fly for the new movie, produced by LeBron James and Maverick Carter. […]
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LONDON (Reuters) -Twice champion Andy Murray survived a third-set meltdown to beat Georgian Nikoloz Basilashvili 6-4 6-3 5-7 6-3 on Monday in his first singles match at Wimbledon for four years. Back on the hallowed Centre Court turf on which he made himself a British sporting icon, the 34-year-old delighted his fans as he rolled back the years, producing vintage shot-making to lead by two sets and 5-0 in the third. An interruption while the Centre Court roof slid into place appeared to help settle Murray's nerves and he got the job done to set up a second-round against Frenchman Arthur Rinderknech or Germany's Oscar Otte -- both qualifiers.
Lisa Ellis, MoffettNathanson Partner, joined Yahoo Finance to discuss Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, getting banned by a UK regulator.
The NFL continues to embrace and support Carl Nassib after his groundbreaking decision to come out.
United Nations peacekeeping missions globally are preparing for a possible shutdown on Thursday if the 193-member U.N. General Assembly is unable to agree a new $6 billion budget for the year to June 30, 2022, officials and diplomats said on Monday. Some diplomats blamed changes to negotiating procedures, issues with logistics and tough talks pitting China against Western countries for the delay in reaching an agreement. Catherine Pollard, the U.N. head of management strategy, policy and compliance, said the world body's 12 peacekeeping missions - most of which are in Africa and the Middle East - had been advised to start putting contingency plans in place in case a new budget is not adopted in time.
Anthemos Georgiades, Zumper CEO, joined Yahoo Finance Live to break down his thoughts on what to expect from the real estate market in 2021 and beyond.
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An opposition senator filed a formal criminal complaint at the Supreme Court on Monday against Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro for his role in a COVID-19 vaccine deal that is under investigation for alleged irregularities. Bolsonaro has denied any wrongdoing in the deal to buy vaccines developed by India's Bharat Biotech, saying on Monday that he was not aware of any irregularities. A Health Ministry whistleblower has said he personally alerted the president to being pressured by his superiors to buy the shots.
Yahoo Finance's Dentisa Tsekova joined Yahoo Finance Live to break down how jobless workers are suing certain states for ending unemployment benefits.
U.S. President Joe Biden, in a call with Colombian President Ivan Duque on Monday, expressed U.S. support following an attack last week on Colombia's presidential helicopter, the White House said in a statement. Biden "reaffirmed the enduring partnership between the United States and Colombia," it said. Biden also voiced support for the rights of peaceful protesters and underscored that law enforcement "must be held to the highest standards of accountability," the statement said.
Actor and advoacte Gary Sinise joined Yahoo Finance to discuss vertarn support initatives.
President Joe Biden on Monday reassured Israel's president, ahead of a visit by new Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, that the United States will not permit Iran to develop nuclear weapons.