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Cristiano Ronaldo leaves Juventus training after saying goodbye to team-mates amid Man City transfer talk



The 36-year-old spent an hour and a half at Juve’s Continassa training ground on Friday morning to empty his locker and bid farewell to the squad before they took to the pitch for a training session.

Ronaldo is in the final year of his contract in Turin and the Italian giants are asking any suitor to pay a €25m (£21.3m) transfer fee, which could be a major stumbling block along with his £500,000-per-week wages at the Allianz Stadium.

Juventus are yet to receive an official bid for Ronaldo. There is still some way to go before a deal can be concluded and time is tight to complete a deal before Tuesday’s transfer window deadline. Sponsored Links

Ronaldo was a surprise omission from Juve’s starting 11 in their 2-2 draw at Udinese on Sunday and he came off the bench to score a 94th-minute winner which was ruled out by VAR for a marginal offside.

The 36-year-old wants to carry on playing at the highest level for as long as possible, but not everyone at City is convinced the former Manchester United player is what they need.

Ronaldo joined Juventus from Real Madrid in 2018 for a fee in the region of £105m and he has scored 101 goals in 134 games for the club, helping them to two Serie A titles, one Coppa Italia crown and two Italian Super Cups.

Juventus, who want to sell Ronaldo before his contract expires next summer, are in advanced talks to sign Moise Kean from Everton, who scored 17 goals in 41 games while on loan at Paris-Saint Germain last season.

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Kenya orders 31 items that Google should remove from the internet



Summary;Kenya orders google to remove 31 items from the internet

From 2020 Kenya made 14 requests to Google. This included one content they found to be a copyright infringement, one takedown for fraud, two items bordering around hate speech, and seven requests for violations the government found were not listed by Google.

The reasons for the takedowns ranged from national security, fraud, and copyright 

According to a report released by Surfshark, Kenya submitted 31 requests to Google for the content.

YouTube received 101,015 tаkedown requests in the lаst decаde, compаred to 60,898 for Google Seаrch. Google Docs, Gmаil, аnd Google Photos also received tаkedown requests.

“We receive content removal requests through a variety of avenues and from all levels of government — court orders, written requests from national and local government agencies, and requests from law enforcement professionals. 

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“Sometimes users will forward us government removal requests, such as when someone attaches a court order showing certain content to be illegal.

But the tech giant stated that it always evaluates the legitimacy and completeness of a government request which must be in writing.

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Ex-Prisons boss Mwenda dies after bathroom accident



Mwenda, who was in charge of Naivasha prison before retiring, was instrumental in introducing reforms in the facility, including an education program that now benefits more than 2,000 inmates.

Mwenda suffered head surgery after falling in his bathroom. He died at a private hospital in Mombasa two days after being admitted.

Meanwhile, one person died on the spot and two others were seriously injured on Monday night after a road accident along Naivasha-Mai Mahiu road.

The car they were travelling in rammed into an oncoming trailer near Chechnia centre.

The injured were admitted to Naivasha Subcounty Hospital.

Naivasha police boss Samuel Waweru said the car was heading to Mai Mahiu when it rammed into the trailer.

Occupants of the trailer escaped with minor injuries.

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Kenya Put On UAE Red Alert List Following Detection Of Omicron



United Arab Emirates (UAE) has placed Kenya on red alert list following the detection of three cases of the omicron Covid-19 variant in the country on Wednesday

A valid negative Covid-19 test certificate that is issued 48 hours from the time of collecting the sample will have to be presented by Kenyans seeking to enter UAE.

They will also have to undergo a PCR test upon arrival in Dubai and self-quarantine until the negative test result is out.

The test will as conducted conducted at the departure airport prior to 6 hours of departure, provided with QR code system.

Apart from the red listed countries Airlines that wish to operate from UAE have to submit their request via email to Dubai’s aviation regulator.

The submission should be in 48hrs before the planed operation.

The email should entail a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) of the airline for the intended operation and a full description of the machine to be used for Rapid PCR test report.

The authority noted that passenger will be rejected and the carriers will be subjected to fines.

This is if airlines do not verify authenticity of the passenger requirements prior to them boarding the aircraft

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Kenya reports the first three cases of omicron

Among other countries put in the red alert listCameroon, Chad, Nigeria, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia.

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