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How Arsenal can make Tottenham’s 2019-20 Champions League group more difficult

Arsenal vs Chelsea in the Europa League final One of Unai Emery or Maurizio Sarri is going to end their first season in London with a trophy. Arsenal face Chelsea in the Europa League final in Baku on May 25th. Chelsea are already in next season’s Champions League having finished the Premier League season in third. Arsenal are still chasing a Champions League spot after ending their campaign in fifth. If the Gunners win in Azerbaijan, they’ll gain entry into the 2019-20 Champions League.   ...
Tags: London, Instagram, Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Liverpool, Spurs, Tottenham, Arsenal, Champions League, Bayern Munich, Azerbaijan, Uefa, Espn, Ucl


How Arsenal can seriously screw up Tottenham’s 2019-20 Champions League group

Arsenal vs Chelsea in the Europa League final One of Unai Emery or Maurizio Sarri is going to end their first season in London with a trophy. Arsenal face Chelsea in the Europa League final in Baku on May 25. Chelsea are already in next season’s Champions League having finished the Premier League season in third. Arsenal are still chasing a Champions League spot after ending their campaign in fifth. If the Gunners win in Azerbaijan, they’ll gain entry into the 2019-20 Champions League. ...
Tags: London, Instagram, Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Liverpool, Spurs, Tottenham, Arsenal, Champions League, Bayern Munich, Azerbaijan, Uefa, Espn, Ucl


Tweets and Photos: Arsenal players react to beating Qarabag

Arsenal recorded a 0-3 win over Qarabag in their Europa League group game in Azerbaijan this evening. Summer signings Sokratis Papastathopoulos and... Click the headline to read the full story.
Tags: Photos, Sport, Soccer, Arsenal, Azerbaijan, Europa League, Qarabag


make light, season 3, episode 12: letting go of perfectionism

My parents have lived all over the world, and for a time, they lived in Azerbaijan, the former Soviet republic.  While they lived there, they purchased a number of Persian carpets (Azerbaijan borders Iran), which decorate their house now.  One day while I was admiring one of their rugs, my father walked over and said, “You know, the Persian carpetmakers have a tradition:  it can take years to weave the details into these rug...
Tags: Photography, Iran, Azerbaijan, The Make Light Show


Tweets and Photos: Chelsea players celebrate qualifying for Champions League knockout rounds

Chelsea recorded a 0-4 win over Qarabag in Azerbaijan this evening to book their place in the Champions League knockout stages. The Blues secured... Click the headline to read the full story.
Tags: Photos, Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Champions League, Azerbaijan, Qarabag


Photos: Chelsea travel to Azerbaijan to face Qarabag

Chelsea have begun their journey to Azerbaijan ahead of their Champions League clash with Qarabag. The Blues trained at their Cobham base this... Click the headline to read the full story.
Tags: Photos, Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Champions League, Blues, Azerbaijan, Cobham, Qarabag


Trump's Ex-Biz Associate Is A 'Pop Star.' In Russia, That Gives Him A Lot Of Power

As the lights went down on a stage full of international beauty queens at the 2013 Miss Universe pageant, former Spice Girl Mel B and NBC anchor Thomas Roberts announced a musical performer recognizable to few outside of Russia and Azerbaijan. The show’s bookings weren’t always A-listers, but they were often respectable: Gavin DeGraw, Seal, Lady Gaga. Instead, Mel B announced, the forthcoming act was “international recording artist… Emin!” The pageant was meant to be the first major internationa...
Tags: News, Instagram, Nbc, Putin, Vladimir Putin, Russia, Bbc, Hillary Clinton, New York Times, Moscow, Jennifer Lopez, Azerbaijan, Pbs, Donald Trump, Mel, Miss Universe


Through The Light And Darkness, Off The World And Back With Photographer Gueorgui Pinkhassov

“I really take a lot of photographs” says Gueorgui Pinkhassov. “But I only show the ones that suddenly speak to me; that come alive when I look at them.” Gueorgui Pinkhassov was born in Moscow in 1952. As a Russian who acquired French citizenship, Pinkhassov has lived in Paris for many years. Pinkhassov became interested in photography at the end of secondary school. He studied at the VGIK Moscow Institute of Cinematography from 1969 to 1971 and then worked in the Mosfilm studios in the cameram...
Tags: Photography, Design, Paris, Moscow, Azerbaijan, Marrakech, Cartier Bresson, Mosfilm, Andrei Tarkovsky, Gueorgui Pinkhassov, Pinkhassov, VGIK Moscow Institute of Cinematography, Instagram Facebook Magnum, Union of Graphic Arts, Henri Carier Bresson


letting go of perfect

This weekend, I was walking through my neighbourhood, and I found 4 perfect pinecones.  I have a thing about perfect pinecones:  I love the serendipity of finding one that hasn't been damaged by a passing vehicle or a careless cyclist or torn apart by voracious squirrels.  I love their mathematical precision and their order.  They're just perfect.My parents have lived all over the world, and for a time, they lived in Azerbai...
Tags: Photography, Iran, Azerbaijan, Houston, Random Thoughts


Photos: Arsenal stars training in Azerbaijan

Back in training and just one more day until #AZEGER ⚽ #EuropeanQualifiers @DFB_Team pic.twitter.com/1hX8vQ89Fu — Mesut Özil (@MesutOzil1088)... Click the headline to read the full story.
Tags: Photos, Germany, Sport, All News, Soccer, Arsenal, Azerbaijan


Photo: Arsenal star reads team-mate’s book

🔙🔛🔝 Nice read during our flight to Azerbaijan. Let’s check out what @MesutOzil1088 has to say!... Click the headline to read the full story.
Tags: Photos, Sport, All News, Soccer, Arsenal, Azerbaijan


Thursday's Morning Email: Trump Administration Rolls Back Protections For Trans Students

TOP STORIES (And want to get The Morning Email each weekday? Sign up here.) TRUMP ADMINISTRATION ROLLS BACK PROTECTIONS FOR TRANSGENDER STUDENTS “President Donald Trump’s administration announced  on Wednesday that it will no longer bar schools from discriminating against transgender students, rescinding a policy put in place by the previous administration.” Education Secretary Betsy DeVos was reportedly against rescinding the order and initially resisted signing off on it. Inauguration si...
Tags: Facebook, News, Instagram, Washington Post, Scotland, Islamic State, Nasa, Tom Hanks, Anna Kendrick, Pope Francis, Antarctica, Azerbaijan, Robert De Niro, House Of Cards, Diana, Harrison Ford


Pokemon Go: The Accidental Social Media Sensation

It’s ironic that for all the investment Google poured into the Google+ social network, one of the world’s most valuable brands spun out a business responsible for one of the most exciting social media phenomenon since the launch of Facebook: Niantic Labs, creators of Ingress and Pokemon Go. Pokemon Go is more than the most popular mobile game in U.S. history and a (pocket) monster revenue generator (in-application payments surpassed $268 million in just five weeks after release). The augmented r...
Tags: Google, Mobile, Gaming, Facebook, Apps, Japan, New York, Instagram, Washington, Phone Number, Milwaukee, San Francisco, Events, Social Media, Seo, Rome


Shirtless Boyfriends In New York City, Rocco Ritchie’s Modeling Debut & Chris Pratt’s Sweaty Hat

Ryan Lochte might be a liar, but thanks to him and his crazy antics in Rio last Friday, we got one of the first news weeks of the year that wasn’t dominated by Donald Trump headlines. Thanks, Ryan! Aside from Gus Kenworthy’s tip, Ellen’s so-called “racist” meme, and Tom Bosworth’s proposal, here’s what you might have missed on Instagram: Team USA wrestler Jordan Burroughs showed off his Olympic ink. Olympic judo silver medalist Rustam Orujov: A reason to visit Azerbaijan. Harry Louis got a do...
Tags: Photos, Feature, Usa, UK, Lifestyle, Amsterdam, Broadway, Nba, Azerbaijan, Madonna, Ellen, Don Lemon, Chris Pratt, Cuba, Max Whitlock, Donald Trump


16 For 2016: Muslim Athletes To Watch At The Rio Olympics

Think about the typical advertising campaign for the Olympic Games. More often than not, the focus is on finishing: Sticking the landing, crossing the finish line, scoring the gold-medal-winning goal, having one's hand raised in victory. For this summer's Games of the XXXI Olympiad, more focus seems to be on simply getting things started. In the seven years since the International Olympic Committee announced Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, as the host of the 2016 Olympics, the event has been plagued b...
Tags: Asia, Europe, London, Sweden, Instagram, Fitness, Amit Kumar, France, Saudi Arabia, Life, White House, Russia, India, Nigeria, Religion, Uncategorized


AK Monthly Recap: July 2016

Finally, after seven months stateside, I broke out my worn navy passport and traveled abroad once again! I needed a break, but I still can’t believe it lasted seven months. This month was about South Africa. My friend Beth and I spent just over two weeks in the country, my third visit and her first. In addition to that, we spent a day in Amsterdam and the rest of my time was spent in the New York and Boston areas. I love summer — I’m a summer baby and I’ve always loved summer weather, the hott...
Tags: Europe, Usa, New York, Featured, Instagram, Boston, Massachusetts, New York City, Africa, America, Blog, Colombia, Brooklyn, South Africa, New York Times, Netherlands


The 20 photographs of the week

The escalation of fighting in eastern Ukraine, Syrian refugees fleeing into Turkey, Bradley Wiggins breaking a record – the best photography in news, culture and sport from around the world this week Continue reading...
Tags: South Korea, Europe, Photography, Indonesia, France, Russia, India, Africa, Americas, Football, Sport, World news, Turkey, Ukraine, Culture, Asia Pacific



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