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Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson commits future to Red Devils after Shrewsbury loan

Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson commits future to Red Devils after Shrewsbury loan

Sports
NEW DEAL The England Under-21 man has signed a new contract at Old Trafford England Under-21 goalkeeper Dean Henderson has signed a new contract at Manchester United, the Premier League club have announced. The 21-year-old, who had an impressive loan spell at Shrewsbury last season, has committed to the Old Trafford outfit until 2020, with the option of a further year. Henderson enjoyed a successful loan spell at Shrewsbury Henderson’s performances for the Shrews, which earned him a place in the PFA League One Team of the Year, attracted interest from elsewhere but he was keen to stay with United. Henderson told MUTV: “I’m really delighted. Coming off the back of last season and playing games at Shrewsbury and ...
G7 commits to 'rules-based trading system' despite tensions with US

G7 commits to 'rules-based trading system' despite tensions with US

World
Media playback is unsupported on your device All the G7 nations have agreed at their summit in Canada on the importance of a "rules-based trading system", despite tensions with the US.The joint statement signed by US President Donald Trump and his counterparts comes amid a row over high US tariffs imposed this month on steel and aluminium imports.The EU and Canada have taken steps to retaliate.Mr Trump says tariffs are needed to reverse America's trade deficit.Soon after the joint statement was announced, the US president tweeted defiantly about not allowing "other countries to impose massive tariffs and trade barriers on its on farmers, workers and companies".The G7 summit, held in La Malbaie, Quebec province, also covered such issues as rel...
Abu Dhabi commits billions to expand its refining capacity

Abu Dhabi commits billions to expand its refining capacity

Business
May 14 (UPI) -- More than $ 45 billion in investments over the next five years could position the United Arab Emirates as a global refining powerhouse, its oil company said. "Given the projected increase in demand for petrochemicals and higher value refined products, we are repositioning ADNOC to become a leading global downstream player," Ahmed al-Jaber, the CEO of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. and the Emirati minister of state, said in a statement. ADNOC said it would spend $ 45 billion over the next five years to expand its refining and petrochemicals operations at al-Ruwais, a city in western Abu Dhabi. ADNOC and its subsidiaries process 10.5 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day and has a refining capacity of 922,000 barrels per day. By 2025, the company said it would expand it...
Tiger Woods commits to play at Torrey Pines, Riviera

Tiger Woods commits to play at Torrey Pines, Riviera

Sports
Jan. 4 (UPI) --Tiger Woods announced that he will play in the 2018 Genesis Open and start his season with the 2018 Farmers Insurance Open.Woods made the declarations on Thursday. The Genesis Open is from Feb. 12 to Feb. 18 at the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, Calif. It will be Woods' first tournament at the course since 2006."I'm very excited to be back at Riviera," Woods said in a news release. "I haven't played at Riviera in a tournament in a very long time. To be able to play in an event that I used to come to as an amateur, as a junior and now as the tournament host, that is on one of the most historic sites in all of golf, it's a dream come true."Woods also wrote that he will play in the Farmers Insurance Open from Jan. 25 to Jan. 28 at Torrey Pines in La Jolla, Calif. Th...
UN commits to stop ocean plastic waste

UN commits to stop ocean plastic waste

Science
Nations have agreed that the world needs to completely stop plastic waste from entering the oceans.The UN resolution, which is set to be sealed tomorrow, has no timetable and is not legally binding.But ministers at an environment summit in Kenya believe it will set the course for much tougher policies and send a clear signal to business.A stronger motion was rejected after the US would not agree to any specific, internationally agreed goals.Under the proposal, governments would establish an international taskforce to advise on combating what the UN's oceans chief has described as a planetary crisis.Environmentalists say ministers are starting to take plastic waste more seriously, but need to move much more quickly.Li Lin from the green group WWF said: "At last we are seeing some action on ...