#1 von ding2018 , 17.07.2018 10:36


JALALABAD, Afghanistan, Oct. 9 (Xinhua) -- Five people including three police were killed as a roadside bomb struck a police vehicle in eastern Afghanistan's Jalalabad city on Sunday, spokesman for provincial government Attaullah Khogiani said.

""A roadside bomb organized by the enemies of peace struck a police vehicle in Jalalabad city at around 01:10 p.m. local time today injuring five people including three police and two passersby,"" Khogiani told Xinhua.

Without providing more details, the official put the attack on the armed militants, saying investigation has been initiated into the case.

Neither Taliban nor Islamic State outfit which are active in the eastern Nangarhar province have claimed of responsibility.


WUHAN , China, Aug. 31 (Xinhua) -- A late penalty kick from Gao Lin helped China keep the slim hope to enter the 2018 World Cup as Marcello Lippi's side beat Uzbekistan 1-0 at home on Thursday in the penultimate round of the Asian qualifying campaign.

China wasted a bunch of clear chances and looked close to a goalless draw until the 87th minute, when defender Feng Xiaoting was fouled down in the area and awarded the valuable chance.

Gao, the target man, struck the ball to the bottom left corner to grab the last mathematical chance for the hosts.

With one game left against Qatar , China, having collected nine points from nine matches to sit in the provisional fifth place of six-team Group A, joinly led by Iran and South Korea, cherishes the hope for a third-place finish to earn the chance of vying for a play-off berth.

In Thursday's vital clash, China had an early sight of goal just four minutes after the opening whistle when winger Wu Lei picked up the ball in the central area but sent his volley just wide of the right post.

A sold-out attendance of 51 ,666 in the Wuhan Sports Center drove on the home side with the rhythmic thud of the drums in a cool night, witnessing an offensive open play from China in the dominant first half.

China should have opened the deadlock in a huge chance nine minutes before the break. Central midfielder Zhang Xizhe broke through the visitors' back-line with a smart touch to dash into the area, but he wasted a one-on-one opportunity by shooting the ball straight down the central control of Ignatiy Nesterov, the goalkeeper.

It was later proved to be the best chance for China in 90 minutes as Lippi's side didn't get a much clearer chance afterwards.

Uzbekistan also spurned a one-on-one chance two minutes after the restart. The visitors' winger Marat Bikamaev dispossessed Deng Hanwen and cut back from the left flank for Igor Sergeev, who struck wide in front of an open net.

The open play from both sides in the rest of game didn't bring a goal until Gao's penalty kick.

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Our main route takes us north up Compton Road, with pompous stuccoes mid-19C houses, leading up to St Pauls Road , where you turn right, cross and then turn left into Highbury Grove.

Highbury is an entity distinct from both Canonbury and Islington and developed separately from the later 18C. As a development it was never so co-ordinated or complete but some individual terraces are as beautiful as any in Islington.

Ascend Highbury Grove. A big 1960s school is on your right and Italianate villas on the left. Many more such villas can be seen in a detour down Highbury New Park, to the right, a complete development of the 1850s. As you walk up Highbury Grove, Highbury Fields comes into view on your left.

Another look to our right , round Aberdeen Park, gives a text-book lesson on housing with examples from all periods from Italianate Victorian to what have become known as Bypass Variegated homes of the 1930s. In the middle of it all is the church of St Saviour, once a large polychrome brick Gothic Revival building by William White.

Walk back round to Highbury Grove and turn right to the top of the hill, then cross over to Christchurch by Thomas Allom (1847-48), creator of Ladbroke Grove , spreading around the corner. Outside is an 1897 clock tower and a pleasant street, Highbury Hill stretching west. But we turn south down Church Path, through a delightful avenue of trees, to Highbury Fields, an ancient open space saved from developers in the 1880s by the Metropolitan Board of Works.

They perhaps felt guilty having located the boroughs only proper park , Finsbury, about four miles from the area it was meant to serve. At any rate Highbury Fields, with its first century terraces all around, is lovely. Joseph Chamberlain lived at Highbury Place on the left.

Cut across the grass diagonally to reach Fieldway Crescent, down which you proceed to reach Holloway Road. The incredibly grand public library with statues of Edmund Spenser and Francis Bacon is on the left.

Cross over to admire its Edwardian splendor and then keep going through the churchyard of St Mary Magdalene by William Wickings (1812-14) , a large stock-brick church built to meet the needs of the burgeoning community. You soon reach Liverpool Road which you cross going down Crossley Street. To the right in Sheringham Road is Freightliners, a city farm

A giant Board School towers above Lough Road, where you turn left then right and walk down to the end of Bride Street. The high wall opposite is reminiscent of.

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