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Bills receiver Watkins to resume practising

Injuries, however, to running back LeSean McCoy and wide receiver Robert Woods meant that it much more of a hard fought victory than they would have liked. Ryan says, with a bit of hyperbole, that the Jaguars are the best two-win team he's ever seen. "As much as we want him, obviously he's a difference-maker when he's out, there so I get it". Read More »

PFW Matchup Breakdown: Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Buffalo Bills

On Friday, Bills offensive coordinator Anthony Lynn said that Watkins has been on a "pitch count" at practice, according to WKBW's Joe Buscaglia. As of Wednesday, it isn't clear if Watkins will return Sunday versus Jacksonville. Although McCoy had thumb surgery just a week ago, should be ready to go come Sunday. The other recent safety signing, Sergio Brown , could see some playing time with the defense after being relegated to special teams work against the Bengals . Read More »

National Football League 2016 Week 12: Jacksonville Jaguars @ Buffalo Bills Preview and Prediction

Having snapped a three-game skid with a 16-12 win at Cincinnati last weekend, the Bills have little room for error in their quest to end a 16-year playoff drought - the NFL's longest active streak. "I'm not sure, but I think there's a possibility of that". Although McCoy had thumb surgery just a week ago, should be ready to go come Sunday. Bills Coach Rex Ryan called the Jaguars "the best two-win team I've ever seen", forgetting every 2-0 team in history. Read More »

Jacksonville Jaguars Head North To Take On Buffalo

As of Wednesday, it isn't clear if Watkins will return Sunday versus Jacksonville. Watkins was sidelined for eight games due to soreness stemming from offseason foot surgery. "I'm just saying that in order to respond to that, I would like to have (McAulay's crew) again and show them we're just better". Can you go out there and run 10 plays, 15, 30, 60, we don't know yet. Read More »

Bills still miffed over refs in last year's loss to Jaguars

This is the group that the ex-Bills coach is in charge of, and they've actually had a decent year as they rank ninth in the National Football League in sacks per pass attempt allowed with Blake Bortles biting the dust just 21 times. The Bills are now 5-5 on the season while going 7-3 with the over. Buffalo's No. 2 running back, Mike Gillislee, is out with a hamstring injury. Read More »

Bills WR Watkins set to make return

Still, you should be scouring your waiver wire for Watkins' name if you haven't already. Without Gillislee, Ryan said rookie Jonathan Williams and veteran Reggie Bush will split snaps behind McCoy. "If he's on the field, sometimes people play different coverages to him". "But, we're definitely going to get him in there". "Make sure Sammy's ready to go before he's out there". Read More »

Bills WR Watkins set to make return

Still, you should be scouring your waiver wire for Watkins' name if you haven't already. Without Gillislee, Ryan said rookie Jonathan Williams and veteran Reggie Bush will split snaps behind McCoy. "If he's on the field, sometimes people play different coverages to him". "But, we're definitely going to get him in there". "Make sure Sammy's ready to go before he's out there". Read More »

Bills activate WR Watkins off of injured reserve

The Bills' top wideout returned after missing two months because of a left foot injury. Mangold was listed as limited at practice for the first time since being hurt against Baltimore on October 23, a sign that the ankle is improving. Ryan said McCoy's thumb is "fine", and he is expected to get the majority of the team's carries Sunday. "I don't think it's the injury, or what I can do or can't do". Read More »

Bills GM expects receiver Watkins to resume practicing


The same seems to be the case for running back LeSean McCoy who is battling a thumb injury suffered in last week's contest at Cincinnati. If anything were to happen to McCoy, there would be a steep drop-off to the combination of Reggie Bush and rookie Jonathan Williams . Read More »

EU struggles for common stance over Turkey rights crackdown

Top EU diplomats are calling for more robust European defense and a greater European voice in world affairs as Donald Trump - whose isolationist, protectionist promises have anxious many in Europe - prepares to assume the US presidency. leaders for many years", Stoltenberg told European defense ministers. "What would be weird would be talk about the American elections around the world but not among foreign ministers", he said. Read More »

Trump aide suggests he wants no Clinton probe

He told her face-to-face at a presidential debate that if he won the presidency, she'd "be in jail". "And if they are energized, I want to look into it and find out why". Trump did not raise his voice during the meeting, but instead complained at so steadily a rate that the gathered media members were unable to ask questions or comment. Read More »

Pakistani and Indian troops trade fire in Kashmir

Four Pakistani civilians killed in Indian firing across LoC was posted in National of TheNews International - on November 20, 2016 and was last updated on November 20, 2016. "Our army is giving a befitting response to the Pakistani fire". Both Pakistani military and Indian defence officials have confirmed the exchange of fire along the LOC. Read More »

US questions Israeli probe into Palestinian teen's death

Embassy in Tel Aviv asked Israeli authorities to conduct an investigation into the matter. The plan for 500 units in Ramat Shlomo, an ultra-Orthodox Jewish neighbourhood in East Jerusalem of about 20,000, had been on hold since 2014, Ir Amim said. Read More »

Trump Tells NYT He "Would Love" To Resolve Israel-Palestinian Conflict

In Wednesday's announcement, Jerusalem's municipal planning committee recommended to the regional planning committee that it proceed with plans to build the 500 homes in Ramat Shlomo, an urban settlement to the north of Jerusalem. And certain people close to Trump have said that such a move would be one of the first moves made by the new Trump Administration. The worldwide community considers all settlements illegal and sees them as one of the biggest obstacles to peace between Israel and ... Read More »

Iraqi special forces pause in Mosul push; IS attacks kill 8


The Shiite militias are leading an assault to drive IS from Tel Afar, which had a majority Shiite population before it fell to the militants in the summer of 2014. "More than 5,000 civilians in the township of Hazar and its sub-district of Tal Abta are trapped and besieged", said town mayor Ali Ahmedi, explaining that ISIS will not allow civilians to leave and the Hashd have the area surrounded force the collapse of ISIS rule. Read More »

Nigel Farage Trumped By UK Prime Minister


It follows embarrassment after a leaked memo written by the current United States ambassador , Sir Kim Darroch , said the UK was well placed to help Trump "evolve" his more outlandish campaign pronouncements. Trump's unusual effort to pressure the British government into naming Farage to what is widely viewed as its most prestigious diplomatic post focused new attention on the unorthodox UKIP figure who played a key role in convincing British voters to leave the European Union in the ... Read More »

Amber Alert remains for Vancouver youngster


Police said they didn't have specific information to suggest she would harm her daughter, but that she's not capable of taking care of a young child. The four-year-old girl who was the subject of an Amber Alert in the Lower Mainland has been found safe. Read More »

In shift, Trump says humans may be causing global warming

United Nations delegates came away with little more than a pledge to reconvene by December 2018 to write rules for the global warming agreement despite extending their two-week summit in Marrakech, Morocco an extra day. The trillions and trillions of dollars that will be invested in the coming decade on infrastructure - mostly in developing countries - must back low-carbon, climate-resilient initiatives. Read More »

Pakistani air force chief warns India against full-scale war


Indian troops on Wednesday shelled civilian populations nearly all along the Line of Control in Azad Jammu and Kashmir after a daylong lull and hit a passenger bus, leaving 10 civilians dead and 21 others injured. In a separate statement it said that "intense firing" was ongoing. India's response came after the Indian Army warned of "heavy retribution" following the killing of three of its soldiers, with the body of one of them mutilated in a cross-LoC attack. Read More »

Jo Cox's killer jailed: White supremacist terrorist sentenced to prison


Sue Hemming, head of Counter Terrorism at the Crown Prosecution Service, said Mair's actions were "nothing less than acts of terrorism created to advance his twisted ideology". Mr Justice Wilkie also denied Mair permission to address the court, as is commonplace after a verdict is delivered, because of the "exceptional seriousness" of his offence. Read More »

US OKs Airbus sale of over 100 planes to Iran


This was mostly because the French aircraft manufacturer had submitted its application earlier this year, beating Boeing in the race. By a 243-174 vote last Thursday, lawmakers introduced legislation that would prohibit the Treasury Department from issuing any licenses USA banks would need to complete the transactions. Read More »

Bangladesh seeks worldwide support on Rohingya issue

The Rohingyas are trying to enter Bangladesh to avoid persecution in Myanmar. Head of the UNHCR, John McKissick said the armed forces of Myanmar are killing Rohingya in Rakhine state, forcing many of them to flee to Bangladesh. Thousands more are reportedly gathering on the border. Communal violence in Rakhine state in 2012 left scores dead and displaced more than 100,000 people, with many Rohingya still remaining in decrepit camps. Read More »

Indian fire kills 12 civilians in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir: Islamabad

The Pakistan DGMO, meanwhile, informed the Indian side about the alleged civilian casualties on their side due to Indian firing along the Line of Control. The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said that Indian troops fired at an ambulance which went into the area for evacuation. Pakistan's Ambassador to the U.N. Read More »

Colombia, FARC to sign peace in sober ceremony amid opposition

Thursday marked the second time this year that Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and FARC leader Rodrigo Londoño have signed a peace deal aimed at ending Latin America's longest war. Though the peace accord aims to end more than 50 years of conflict between the government and FARC rebels, the lack of unified support could complicate the already hard task of disarming fighters and implementing the terms of the peace. Read More »

Two dead after shooting at Shawnee Park in Louisville


Louisville Metro Police Department spokesman Dwight Mitchell said officers responded to a call of multiple shootings about 1:30 Shawnee Park. Police said they believed one victim was in a black vehicle that was stopped in the middle of the road. Read More »

Netanyahu: Trump Will Continue to Strengthen Our Unique Alliance

Netanyahu, for his part, has been cautious in his statements over the U.S. election result, releasing a statement of platitudes that called Trump "a true friend" and did not mention any specific issues. Worldwide leaders also congratulate Trump, hoping the new administration will usher in a climate of peace , stability and cooperation. Trump, the Republican party's presidential nominee, decisively captured the White House on Wednesday, beating out Democratic rival Hillary Clinton. Read More »

Russia Strikes Kill at Least 30 Terrorists in Syria


His government said on Tuesday it was striking what it called "terrorist strongholds" in Aleppo . Assad told Portugal's RTP TV that Trump could be a "natural ally" to his government, but said he was dubious Trump could influence all the decision-makers to change the U.S. Read More »

China-Chile continue to boost bilateral trade ties


China's first RMB clearing bank in Latin America was opened in Chile in June this year, setting up a platform to upgrade financial cooperation between China, Chile and the rest of Latin America. "Media relation and public opinions are in a way the barometer of state-to-state relations, and media plays an important role in shaping the global relation and people's sentiments". Read More »