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Although the Portuguese has struggled at Camp Nou in his time there, Emery sees qualities in the midfielder that would fit how he wants to play

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Arsenal transfer news: Gunners want Barcelona's Andre Gomes with Unai Emery willing to sell to fund £30m move

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wants to bring Barcelona ’s Andre Gomes to Arsenal , and is willing to agree to the sales of other players to bring in the midfielder.

Although the Portuguese has struggled at Camp Nou in his time there, Emery sees qualities in the midfielder that would fit how he wants to play.

One issue is that Arsenal’s transfer budget is relatively limited, although this summer has been the first where Sven Mislintat has influence in purchases, and it has already seen the club make a number of astute deals. Gomes could similarly fit that profile despite his difficult spell in Catalunya.

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Unai Emery has £50m to spend on overhauling Arsenal's squad ahead of the 2018/19 season. But what could his initial starting XI look like?
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The Germany goalkeeper looks set to oust Petr Cech as No 1 after joining this summer.
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The 34-year-old is set to join on a one-year contract and will keep Hector Bellerin on his toes.
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As Jack Pitt-Brooke first reported, Arsenal are very keen on the Greek centre-back, who is interested in linking up with former team-mates Mkhitaryan and Aubameyang.
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Arsenal's club captain. Whether he retains the armband remains to be seen, but likely to keep hold of his spot in the heart of Arsenal's defence.
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Emery may prefer Nacho Monreal at left-back. But aged 24, Kolasinac is definitely the future.
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The Sampdoria midfielder looks primed to replace Jack Wilshere in the heart of the Arsenal midfield.
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The 29-year-old is a firm favourite of Emery, who signed him at Sevilla from Stoke in 2015, where he went on to become a key player. Don't be surprised if Emery returns for the defensive midfielder this summer.
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Impressed in fits and bursts at the end of last season. Likely to improve with a full pre-season under his belt.
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The 27-year-old Welshman has craved more responsibility in the centre of the pitch and could be rewarded if, as expected, Arsenal decide to spend their limited funds on other problem areas.
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Whether or not Emery is able to coax the best out of the mercurial German midfielder could well come to define his reign.
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Arsenal's record signing, and the man the club are determined to build their new look side around. Comfortably ahead of Alexandre Lacazette in the pecking order.
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Unai Emery has £50m to spend on overhauling Arsenal's squad ahead of the 2018/19 season. But what could his initial starting XI look like?
AFP
The Germany goalkeeper looks set to oust Petr Cech as No 1 after joining this summer.
Arsenal FC via Getty Images
The 34-year-old is set to join on a one-year contract and will keep Hector Bellerin on his toes.
Getty Images
As Jack Pitt-Brooke first reported, Arsenal are very keen on the Greek centre-back, who is interested in linking up with former team-mates Mkhitaryan and Aubameyang.
City-Press via Getty Images
Arsenal's club captain. Whether he retains the armband remains to be seen, but likely to keep hold of his spot in the heart of Arsenal's defence.
Arsenal FC via Getty Images
Emery may prefer Nacho Monreal at left-back. But aged 24, Kolasinac is definitely the future.
Arsenal FC via Getty Images
The Sampdoria midfielder looks primed to replace Jack Wilshere in the heart of the Arsenal midfield.
EPA
The 29-year-old is a firm favourite of Emery, who signed him at Sevilla from Stoke in 2015, where he went on to become a key player. Don't be surprised if Emery returns for the defensive midfielder this summer.
Getty Images
Impressed in fits and bursts at the end of last season. Likely to improve with a full pre-season under his belt.
Arsenal FC via Getty Images
The 27-year-old Welshman has craved more responsibility in the centre of the pitch and could be rewarded if, as expected, Arsenal decide to spend their limited funds on other problem areas.
Getty Images
Whether or not Emery is able to coax the best out of the mercurial German midfielder could well come to define his reign.
Getty Images
Arsenal's record signing, and the man the club are determined to build their new look side around. Comfortably ahead of Alexandre Lacazette in the pecking order.
CameraSport via Getty Images

Should the Gunners be able to get a deal over the line for the 24-year-old he would become their fourth new addition of an already busy summer as Mislintattakes a more hands on role in recruitment.

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Dear Commissioner King:

Human Rights Watch has examined human rights violations in Eritrea since independence in 1991, but especially the steady deterioration of human rights since 2001. In that year, the government closed all independent newspapers, arrested their journalists, and arrested government officials and others critical of President Isaias Afwerki. Since then, the rule of law has been notably absent. Instead, President Isaias exercises totalitarian, often brutal, control.

Eritrea remains closed to human rights organizations, including every United Nations Special Rapporteur who has applied for a visa. Because of Eritrea’s exclusionary policy, our information about human rights violations comes primarily from the very large number of Eritreans who have fled the country because of government oppression. Although their individual accounts differ in details, their overall descriptions of the government’s sweeping restrictions on basic rights are remarkably consistent.

The information that Human Rights Watch has obtained describes autocratic governance that violates essential safeguards in the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights. We discuss our findings in greater detail in an annex to this letter.

Eritrea denies rights based on political opinion and religion. (Art.1). It subjects its citizens to exploitation and degradation through “national service” that traps conscripts for well over a decade and in some cases, forever. (Art. 5). Conscripts as well as civilians are frequently subject to inhuman and degrading punishment, including torture, without recourse. (Art. 5).

Arrests are arbitrary and not subject to judicial review or appeal; until recently, close family members were fined or imprisoned when another member fled the country. (Arts. 6,7). The then-15-year-old daughter of a former minister who fled the country has been jailed incommunicado for over five years, since 2012, as was the minister’s then-84-year-old father; neither has been given a hearing before an impartial tribunal. Journalists and government officials arrested in 2001 have never been brought to trial and remain in incommunicado detention despite two African Commission resolutions urging their release or at least a fair trial. Armenta Old World Scalloped Aquaprase Cabochon Earrings with Diamonds cuprDkj
Unconfirmed reports from a former prison guard state that over half of the 21 officials and journalists included in the Commission resolutions have died during their nearly 17-year captivity.

Citizens have been imprisoned without trial and abused for practicing religion not sanctioned by the government. (Art. 8). No independent media or nongovernmental organizations have been allowed to exist. (Arts. 9, 10). Unsanctioned departure from the country is punishable, so thousands flee surreptitiously each month. (Art. 12). For several years, Eritrea had a “shoot-to-kill” policy for citizens trying to flee; the policy appears to have been implemented less consistently in recent years, but has not been altogether abandoned, according to interviewees.

Effective on June 29, 2018.

Jacob Chachkin, Special Counsel, 202-418-5496, email: jchachkin@cftc.gov , Division of Swap Dealer and Intermediary Oversight, Commodity Futures Trading Commission.

In the Federal Register of November 2, 2012 ( 77 FR 66287 ), the Commodity Futures Trading Commission published final rules adopting new regulations to implement particular provisions of the Start Printed Page 30534 Commodity Exchange Act, as added by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. That document inadvertently failed to remove several obsolete provisions in § 1.33(a)(2) and (b)(3). Accordingly, the Commission is making a correcting amendment to § 1.33 that removes the second paragraph (a)(2)(ii), removes paragraph (a)(2)(v), and removes the introductory clause to paragraph (b)(3).

Federal Register

Accordingly, 17 CFR part 1 is corrected by making the following correcting amendments:

1. The authority citation for part 1 continues to read as follows:

Authority: 7 U.S.C. 1 a, 2, 5, 6, 6a, 6b, 6c, 6d, 6e, 6f, 6g, 6h, 6i, 6k, 6l, 6m, 6n, 6o, 6p, 6r, 6s, 7, 7a-1, 7a-2, 7b, 7b-3, 8, 9, 10a, 12, 12a, 12c, 13a, 13a-1, 16, 16a, 19, 21, 23, and 24 (2012).

2. Amend § 1.33 as follows:

a. Revise paragraph (a)(2); and

b. Revise paragraph (b)(3) introductory text.

The revisions read as follows:

§ 1.33
Monthly and confirmation statements.

(a) * * *

(2) For each commodity option position and foreign option position—

(i) All commodity options and foreign options purchased, sold, exercised, or expired during the monthly reporting period, identified by underlying futures contract or underlying commodity, strike price, transaction date, and expiration date;

(ii) The open commodity option and foreign option positions carried for such customer or foreign futures or foreign options customer as of the end of the monthly reporting period, identified by underlying futures contract or underlying commodity, strike price, transaction date, and expiration date;

(iii) All open commodity option and foreign option positions marked to the market and the amount each position is in the money, if any; and

(iv) Any related customer funds carried in such customer's account(s) or any related foreign futures or foreign options secured amount carried in the account(s) of a foreign futures or foreign options customer.

* * * * *

(b) * * *

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