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The Daily Star
· Juve's 'MVP' Dybala in race against time for Lyon decider →
His form, after a slow start to the season, led to him being crowned Serie A's 'MVP' on Tuesday ahead of Ronaldo and European Golden Shoe winner Ciro Immobile.
· Grace Millane killer appeals guilty conviction and sentence →
Crown prosecutor Robin McCoubrey said the killer deserved his minimum 17-year sentence.
· Honest worker 'depressed and suspended' over con artist sisters →
All four women pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit fraud and three were jailed at Chester Crown Court yesterday for a total of four-and-a-half years.
· SunOpta, Inc. (STKL) CEO Joe Ennen on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Is that a function of just better operating the Crown of Holland plant more effectively, efficiently?
· Football: Silva has last shot at European glory before Man City goodbye →
City, who have never been crowned European champions, on Friday (Aug 7) host 13-time winners Madrid, leading 2-1 after the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie in February.
· Football: Juve's 'MVP' Dybala in race against time for Lyon decider →
His form, after a slow start to the season, led to him being crowned Serie A's 'MVP' on Tuesday (Aug 4) ahead of Ronaldo and European Golden Shoe winner Ciro Immobile.
· ASU Basketball: Senior Remy Martin Will be Returning to ASU and AllSunDevils Round Table Discusses →
If Martin leads ASU to its first Pac-12 crown, then his case for Player of the Year becomes hefty.
The New York Times
· U.S. Examines Whether Saudi Nuclear Program Could Lead to Bomb Effort →
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman pledged in 2018 that his kingdom would try to develop or acquire nuclear weapons if Iran continued its work toward a bomb.
· Keeley Bunker murder: Wesley Streete convicted of raping and killing friend he was 'trusted' to walk home →
Jurors at Stafford Crown Court took just over eight hours to convict him on Wednesday.
The Wall Street Journal
· Corrections & Amplifications →
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s title was given incorrectly as crown prime in a photo caption with a Page One article Wednesday about Saudi Arabia’s nuclear program.