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MUNICH nike air force 270 red white for sale , Oct. 23 (Xinhua) -- Polish police have arrested a banker who is charged with helping the president of Bayern Munich Football Club Uli Hoeness evade tax, the Munich state attorney confirmed on Thursday.

Juerg Huegli was arrested in Warsaw on Wednesday, German newspaper Mainzer Allgemeinen Zeitung cited information released from German federal police.

Huegli is reported to have been in charge of Hoeness' financial operations in the Swiss private bank Vontobel since the 1990s. The banker is alleged to have assisted the club boss with tax evasion.

The Munich state attorney confirmed media reports but didn't give further details.

In addition, a Vontobel spokesperson confirmed that one employee has been arrested abroad but declined from giving further comment.

Hoeness was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison in March after he was found guilty of tax evasion by a German court.
By Kimathi Kamau

NAIROBI, Feb. 11 (Xinhua) -- The future of the tattered Kenyan football lies on the shoulders of 36 year-old Information Technology expert, Nick Mwendwa, who trounced seasoned veterans to be voted in the new local federation president.

During Wednesday's peaceful elections in Nairobi, Mwendwa swept to power in a landslide 50 votes to 27 of closest rival Ambrose Rachier, the chairman of the top-flight league, during the second Football Kenya Federation elections.

His predecessor, Sam Nyamweya, who boasted with nearly 18 years experience in football management, did not even get to the ballot.

Mwendwa's line-up swept all 10 of the National Executive Committee (NEC) seats on offer and produced the first female football vice-president in Doris Petra, who served under Nyamweya in the previous office before they fell out last year.

""I promise to take Harambee Stars to 2022 Qatar World Cup,"" he pledged to a nation that has never featured in the biggest footballing carnival in the world.

""Kenyans should expect reality of all the things we promised as Team Change. We have many things to do but first we should ensure Stars to win the 2017 AFCON away match in Guinea Bissau,"" the ecstatic Mwendwa added.

His victory was, however, tainted with allegations he bought his way to power, as his beaten rival Rachier said, ""A lot of money changed hands in the background.""

With Kenya winning the hosting rights of the 2018 Africa Home Nations Championships, Mwendwa first has to ensure a team capable of challenging for honours on home soil and the required infrastructure is in place.

Under Nyamweya, who took the top seat after a decade of wrangles that saw parallel federations battle for control, Kenya's football was often a theatre of the absurd as it had three FIFA bans between 2004 and 2008,

Directorate of Criminal Intelligence officers briefly detained Nyamweya last October with accusations he had misappropriated approximately 170,000 U.S. dollars.

Last season, a bitter dispute between FKF and top flight management firm, the Kenyan Premier League (KPL), forced the competition being suspended for a fortnight after Nyamweya sought a court injunction against the latter.

Mwendwa has to move quickly and restore the confidence in the game that has seen little investment from corporate sponsors in a country football enjoys massive popularity and repair the bridges Nyamweya burned with captains of industry to fill the empty coffers at the federation.

With the new season kick-off this weekend, Mwendwa will be keen to avoid the court circus and to develop youth system. Enditem

NEW YORK, Aug. 11 (Xinhua)-- Oil prices climbed on Thursday as investors were digesting the latest remarks from the Saudi energy minister.

Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said on Thursday that members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) as well as non-members would discuss the market situation, including any action that may be required to stabilize prices, during an informal meeting on Sept. 26-28 in Algeria.

Earlier this week, OPEC said in a statement that members of the group are "in constant deliberations on ways and means to help restore stability and order to the oil market."

"The recent decline observed in oil prices and the current market volatility is only temporary," said Mohammed bin Saleh Al-Sada, Qatar's energy and industry minister and the group's current president, in the statement.

"The economies of major oil consuming countries are expected to improve which in turn would augment oil demand in the coming quarters... oil price would increase during later part of 2016," he said.

The West Texas Intermediate for September delivery added 1.78 U.S. dollars to settle at 43.49 dollars a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, while Brent crude for October delivery increased 1.99 dollars to close at 46.04 dollars a barrel on the London ICE Futures Exchange.

SAN JOSE, July 16 (Xinhua) -- Some 96 percent of Costa Rica's electricity came from renewable sources in the first half of 2016, the President's Office said Friday.

The largest part of Costa Rica's electricity mix is hydraulic power, which accounted for 70 percent of the total generation, said the office, citing preliminary data from the state electricity agency.

During the six months, the country produced 13.4 percent of its electricity through geothermal sources, 12 percent from wind and 1.4 percent from biomass, according to the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE).

ICE chief executive Carlos Manuel Obregon said that the high production of clean energy is mainly due to the fact that in June, almost all electricity was generated from renewable sources thanks to the favorable hydrological patterns.

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