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Finally, there should be some real answers to how the NFL handled the Ray Rice situation.

The league, through a statement by spokeman Greg Aiello, said former FBI director Robert S. Mueller III has been hired to investigate the league’s handling of the domestic violence incident with Rice, a running back who was cut by the Ravens on Monday. Two NFL owners, John Mara of the Giants and Art Rooney of the Steelers, will oversee the investigation, the Associated Press said.

Mueller will have access to all of the NFL’s records. The probe became a neccessity when the AP reported the NFL had been sent a copy of the video of the Rice incident in April, despite Goodell saying he had never seen the full video before TMZ released it on Monday. The NFL made a feeble attempt to leak to TMZ, through a “high-ranking NFL source,” that nobody in the league office had ever seen the video before Monday. The public wasn’t going to buy that the NFL could ascertain that in less than three hours after the AP’s report. So Mueller is being brought in to hopefully clear things up.

This probe will be huge for Goodell, who has been under tremendous criticism this week. Assuming that Mueller will present an honest account of his findings, it could either prove that Goodell really never did see the video. It can also clear up how much effort he put in to obtain it. On the other hand, the investigation could show that he either did see it before Monday or had the chance and willfully passed, and if either of those scenarios are true it would be hard to see him keeping his job, especially after his insistence that he hadn’t seen the video before TMZ released it.

Mueller’s investigation, while sure to be viewed cynically as a way for the NFL to exonerate itself, is a big moment for the league, and Goodell. We should be able to get a pretty clear picture of how the NFL handled one of its most controversial moments in many, many years.

Pope Francis may be at risk of an assassination attempt by Islamic State militants during his visit to Albania this weekend, according to Iraq’s ambassador to the Holy See.

Habeeb Al Sadr, Iraq’s ambassador to the Vatican, told Italian newspaper La Nazione that though he was not aware of specific plots, the pope may be in danger of attack during his travels.

“What has been declared by the self-declared Islamic State is clear – they want to kill the Pope,” Al Sadr told La Nazione. “The threats against the Pope are credible.”

In response to rumors of an assassination plot that circulated in August, Vatican spokeman Federico Lombardi said there was no cause for alarm.

“There is nothing serious to this. There is no particular concern in the Vatican. This news has no foundation,” Lombardi told the Catholic News Agency.

Pope Francis has spoken out against the Islamic State’s human rights violations, saying in an August press conference, “In these cases, where there is an unjust aggression, I can only say that it is licit to stop the unjust aggressor.”

The statement came in response to a question on whether he supported U.S. airstrikes in Iraq, after which Pope Francis clarified: “I underscore the verb ‘stop.’ I don’t say ‘to bomb’ or ‘make war,’ [but] ‘stop it.’”

Nevertheless the ambassador stressed that Pope Francis may have made himself a target for militants, who said do not make empty threats.

"This band of criminals does not just issue threats – in Iraq they have already violated and destroyed some of the most sacred sites of the Shiite faith. They have struck at Yazidi and Christian places of worship. They have declared that whoever is not with them, is against them. Either convert or be killed. And they are doing it – it is a genocide."



Lombardi said on Monday that the Vatican would not take extra security precautions for the pope’s trip and that the pontiff would travel in the same open-topped vehicle in Albania that he uses in St. Peter’s Square.

Albanian law officials have reportedly flagged concerns for the pope’s safety to Interpol, citing the return of Islamic militants who trained in Iraq and Syria had returned to the country. Italy’s interior minister, Angelino Alfano, also said in a press conference that the country was on a high terrorism threat alert.

“We are dealing with an organization with fearsome ambitions on an unprecedented scale,” Alfano said.
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Indonesia detains Turkish terrorism suspects
Ro Ech Ech @ vntimes.info

Source: Pano feed

Four Turkish individuals have been arrested by the Indonesian anti-terrorism police for their suspected links to international and regional terrorist organisations, a spokeman said on September 14.


The Indonesian squad stopped the Turkish nationals, along with three Indonesians, en route to the central Sulawesi district of Poso, where an Islamic State jihadist group is based, allegedly Al-Qaeda’s South-East Asian branch.


Poso district witnessed numerous violent clashes between Muslims and Christians, with more than 1,000 deaths and 25,000 evacuees between 1998 and 2001.



The Government of Jakarta estimates that dozens of citizens have left the country to fight in Syria and Iraq. Consequently, the government is concerned about the spread of extremist ideology throughout Indonesia upon their return.-VNA




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Former FBI director will head investigation into NFL's handling of Ray Rice situation

Finally, there should be some real answers to how the NFL handled the Ray Rice situation.

The league, through a statement by spokeman Greg Aiello, said former FBI director Robert S. Mueller III has been hired to investigate the league’s handling of the domestic violence incident with Rice, a running back who was cut by the Ravens on Monday. Two NFL owners, John Mara of the Giants and Art Rooney of the Steelers, will oversee the investigation, the Associated Press said.

[Timeline: Yahoo Sports’ complete coverage of the Ray Rice incident and fallout]

Mueller will have access to all of the NFL’s records. The probe became a neccessity when the AP reported the NFL had been sent a copy of the video of the Rice incident in April, despite Goodell saying he had never seen the full video before TMZ released it on Monday. The NFL made a feeble attempt to leak to TMZ, through a “high-ranking NFL source,” that nobody in the league office had ever seen the video before Monday. The public wasn’t going to buy that the NFL could ascertain that in less than three hours after the AP’s report. So Mueller is being brought in to hopefully clear things up.

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Finally, there should be some real answers to how the NFL handled the Ray Rice situation.

The league, through a statement by spokeman Greg Aiello, said former FBI director Robert S. Mueller III has been hired to investigate the league’s handling of the domestic violence incident with Rice, a running back who was cut by the Ravens on Monday. Two NFL owners, John Mara of the Giants and Art Rooney of the Steelers, will oversee the investigation, the Associated Press said.

[Timeline: Yahoo Sports’ complete coverage of the Ray Rice incident and fallout]

Mueller will have access to all of the NFL’s records. The probe became a neccessity when the AP reported the NFL had been sent a copy of the video of the Rice incident in April, despite Goodell saying he had never seen the full video before TMZ released it on Monday. The NFL made a feeble attempt to leak to TMZ, through a “high-ranking NFL source,” that nobody in the league office had ever seen the video before Monday. The public wasn’t going to buy that the NFL could ascertain that in less than three hours after the AP’s report. So Mueller is being brought in to hopefully clear things up.

This probe will be huge for Goodell, who has been under tremendous criticism this week. Assuming that Mueller will present an honest account of his findings, it could either prove that Goodell really never did see the video. It can also clear up how much effort he put in to obtain it. On the other hand, the investigation could show that he either did see it before Monday or had the chance and willfully passed, and if either of those scenarios are true it would be hard to see him keeping his job, especially after his insistence that he hadn’t seen the video before TMZ released it.

Mueller’s investigation, while sure to be viewed cynically as a way for the NFL to exonerate itself, is a big moment for the league, and Goodell. We should be able to get a pretty clear picture of how the NFL handled one of its most controversial moments in many, many years. 

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His Ninth is most strange. In it, the author hardly speaks as an individual any longer. It almost seems as though this work must have a concealed author who used Mahler merely as his spokeman, as his mouthpiece. This symphony is no longer couched in the personal tone. It consists, so to speak, of objective, almost passionless statements of a beauty which becomes perceptible only to one who can dispense with animal warmth and feels at home in spiritual coolness. We shall know as little about what his Tenth (for which, as also in the case of Beethoven, sketches exist) would have said as we know about Beethoven’s or Bruckner’s. It seems that the Ninth is a limit. He who wants to go beyond it must pass away. It seems as if something might be imparted to us in the Tenth which we ought not yet to know, for which we are not yet ready. Those who have written a Ninth stood too near to the hereafter.
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