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Taylor Swift admits she does not regret her mistakes, because they make her music more exciting and less beige.
The town of Ferguson suffers another casualty
Ferguson, MO has yielded yet another death. This time, 20-year-old DeAndre Joshua was shot dead during the massive riots in the St. Louis suburb. Though details are still murky, the young man was allegedly shot by a stray bullet while sitting in his Pontiac Grand Prix. Reports since last night claimed that there have been over 150 gunshots during the turmoil, not to mention over 25 businesses and buildings that have been destroyed. Joshua’s car was parked less than a mile from where Michael Brown was killed by Officer Darren Wilson on August 9th.
Ferguson resident Richard Taylor, who lives nearby the location where Joshua was killed recalls hearing men outside his home conspiring to kill someone.
There was a lot going on last night, but I thought at least someone would show up to arrest these guys.
The victim’s family Brian Joshua spoke out as well.
He was a good kid, he’s gone to high school, he’s got a job, he’s not into drugs or any of that stuff. I only saw him yesterday morning. He was a smart guy, he spoke cleanly, he was positive.
The town of Ferguson,MO has dominated mainstream headlines and been in constant turmoil since the August shooting of Michael Brown. Upon the grand jury’s decision not to indict Darren Wilson, widespread chaos ensued along with massive protests in cities all across America. Police are still searching for clues in the case of DeAndre Joshua but resources have been limited considering the current circumstances.
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London (AFP) – Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta insists his side will learn the lessons of their painful loss against Manchester United when they take on Borussia Dortmund in a crucial Champions League clash on Wednesday.
Arsene Wenger’s side need a draw against Group D leaders Dortmund at the Emirates Stadium to be sure of joining the German club in the knockout stages of Europe’s elite club competition.
But a defeat could leave Arsenal needing a result in their final fixture — in an extremely hostile environment at Galatasaray — to avoid being eliminated at the group stage for the first time in 15 seasons.
Given Dortmund have already beaten Arsenal 2-0 in the group stages this year and won 2-1 at the Emirates at the same stage last term, there is every reason for Arteta and company to be concerned — especially since Arsenal’s 2-1 home defeat against United on Saturday condemned the team to their worst start to a season since 1982.
Arsenal’s failure to convert a series of chances to kill off United was a major frustration, but Spanish midfielder Arteta is confident they will make amends against Dortmund.
“We will have to analyse what we did wrong to lose the game, but if we played 10 times like this against Man United, then we would win nine and draw one,” the Spaniard said.
“The fans have seen both the quality and the determination which the team played with, so we say sorry, we tried our best, but it was not our day – (next time, the team) just have to put the ball in the net.”
There were, though, signs of a growing discontent among some Arsenal fans after their second successive defeat in a season which has seen them collect only four Premier League wins, while they squandered a three-goal lead in a 3-3 draw against Anderlecht in their previous European fixture.
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United substitute Darren Fletcher was involved in a heated exchange with fans behind the opposition bench following his team’s opening goal, when objects, including red wine, were reportedly thrown at the visitors as they celebrated.
A few Arsenal fans also held up A4-sized placards calling for Wenger’s dismissal, which were quickly confiscated by club stewards.
With so much negativity surrounding the club, Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny has warned his side not to take qualification for granted.
“We know that we only need one point from our last two matches to qualify for the last 16, but we know that we have not made it yet,” said Szczesny, who faces a race to be fit for the Dortmund game after suffering an injury that forced him off against United.
“We are all ready to bounce back against Dortmund on Wednesday and hopefully get a place in the last 16.”
Should Arsenal beat Jurgen Klopp’s side, and the Germans then lose at home to Anderlecht on matchday six, there is an unlikely scenario which could see them go through as top seeds and so avoid the likes of Barcelona or Bayern Munich in the knockout stage.
Despite their 100 percent record in Europe this season, Dortmund have already lost seven times in the Bundesliga this season and a 2-2 draw with Paderborn at the weekend left them one point off the bottom of the German league table.
To make matters worse, Dortmund will be without Marco Reus until the new year after the forward suffered ankle ligament damage against Paderborn
Yet Szczesny maintains Arsenal should not read too much into Dortmund’s sluggish form.
“I am really surprised how much Dortmund have been struggling in the Bundesliga this season. Especially when you look at their results in the Champions League this season, they have won every single game comfortably,” he said.
“But I still think they are going to do well as they are such a good side.”
From Warner Bros. Pictures comes, “Pan,” a live-action Peter Pan feature directed by Joe Wright.
Offering a new take on the origin of the classic characters created by J.M. Barrie, the action adventure follows the story of an orphan who is spirited away to the magical Neverland. There, he finds both fun and dangers, and ultimately discovers his destiny—to become the hero who will be forever known as Peter Pan.
The film hits theaters in 3D and 2D in select theatres and IMAX on July 17, 2015.