Chimera Secures Equity Financing for Additional $1,000,000

March 4, 2004 — Chimera to Launch Full Platform of Pari-Mutuel Thoroughbred Wagering

Chimera announced the addition of a comprehensive platform to host pari-mutuel thoroughbred horse race wagering. The company is an international developer, licensor, and provider of online gaming products, including online bingo, casino, sports book, and pari-mutuel betting. Whereas most companies in this space can only hope for such success during their lifetime, Chimera is announcing them at a break-neck pace. Furthermore, in keeping with the last private placement, investors will be pleased to know the financing involves the purchase of restricted common stock of Chimera that includes a minimum one-year hold period and restrictions as to maximum dispositions per quarter thereafter.. All forward-looking statements are made as of the date hereof and are based on information available to the parties as of such date. The casino games platform is scheduled for launch in the next 60 days and will include blackjack, roulette, craps, pai gow and slots, among others. New licensees, new platforms, proposed new offices on other continents and $1,750,000 in financing — all before the third week of March. (“Chimera”) (Pink Sheets: CNOC) (http://www.chimeratechnology.com) is pleased to announce it has secured an additional private placement equity financing in the amount of $1,000,000 subject to the completion of the regulatory filing. 13, Chimera announced equity financing in the amount of $250,000, then announced $500,000 in private placement financing on Feb. Chimera Technology Corp. The global pari-mutuel “handle” (total amount wagered) is estimated at $150 billion.

To obtain further information on Chimera Technology Corp., please visit Internet Web sites: http://www.chimeratechnology.com and http://www.724Bingo.com.

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Feb. Clearly, our investors intend to stay with Chimera for many years to come and management will ensure we are worthy of that privilege.”

This press release is available on the company’s official online investor relations site for investor commentary, feedback and questions. The million-dollar financing is the third-largest private placement announced by Chimera in less than two months. Alternatively, investors can e-mail AGORA Investor Relations directly at CNOC@Agoracom.com

Chimera announced the commencement of discussions with a Hong Kong-based consulting firm for the purposes of targeting the highly lucrative and rapidly expanding Asian online gambling market. Investors are asked to visit http://www.agoracom.com and view the “Chimera Technology” Investor Discussion and Contact Forum. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially include risks and uncertainties, such as technological, legislative, corporate, financial and marketplace changes.

In addition to announcing the signing of two new licensees in 2004, Chimera has also recently announced several large initiatives to capitalize on the exponential growth of global online gambling. Proceeds from financing will be used to develop and deploy these initiatives as soon as possible. 9, bringing the total amount of equity financing in 2004 to $1,750,000.

Financing Details

Chimera announced the addition of a casino games platform to complement the company’s world-class sports book wagering platform and soon-to-be-launched pari-mutuel thoroughbred wagering platform. Those initiatives include:

– According to IDC, by 2006, China will make up 53.1 percent of Asia’s Internet users, 51.2 percent Internet buyers and 48.6 percent of e-commerce.

Chimera Technology Corp. has successfully developed a supreme multi-player online Internet bingo technology, a second-generation world-class pari-mutuel sports books wagering platform and a full line of online Internet casino games suite. (Pink Sheets: CNOC) http://www.chimeratechnology.com

– Gambling and entertainment research firm Christiansen Capital Advisors estimates the number of Asian online gamblers will grow from 4 million in 2003 to 7.4 million by 2006.

The above statements in regard to Chimera, which are not purely historical, are forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including Chimera’s beliefs, expectations, hopes or intentions regarding the future. In addition, the company has developed its state-of-the-art “BIRDS EYE” System, a complete back office management system that operates the entire e-commerce transactions, gaming Web sites, accounting system and licensees’ management/reporting platform that is second to none, giving Chimera an opportunity to establish a leadership position in this enormous market.

LAS VEGAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–March 16, 2004–Chimera Technology Corp. It is important to note that the actual outcome and the actual results could differ materially from those in such forward-looking statements. As a result of Britain’s Gambling Bill expected to pass into law later in 2004, making it easier for companies to run online casinos from the United Kingdom, global online gambling revenues are expected to increase sixfold in the coming years from its current estimates of $7.5-$10 billion.

The financing was completed at current market prices, less applicable discounts and subject to hold periods prescribed by securities regulations. On Jan. is a Nevada-based I-gaming software and e-commerce services company competing in the over $6 billion annual online gaming marketplace, projected to be over $10 billion by 2004, according to Computer Almanac Industry. The decision to target the Asian online gambling market is based on unequivocal company market research that includes the following:

– China is second only to the United States in terms of the number of Internet users and is expected to become the biggest market in the next four years, according to a study by the Internet Society of China.

About Chimera Technology Corp. Private placement investors are putting their money and trust into strong expectations of Chimera’s success for many years to come, and that is evident by the fact that this private placement provides for restricted stock, no disposition until March 2005 and capped dispositions thereafter. The platform is scheduled for launch in the next 60 days and will provide a powerful complement to the company’s world-class sports book wagering platform and soon-to-be-launched casino games platform. 24, 2004 — Chimera Sets Sights on Asian Online Gambling Market with Proposed Hong Kong Office

March 2, 2004 — Chimera to Launch Full Suite of Casino Gaming Platform

Chimera President Ken Chua stated, “Today’s massive financing should serve as unequivocal third-party validation of our business plan and management’s ability to execute it for the benefit of all Chimera shareholders

Chelsea keeping tabs on £30m Gonzalo Higuain

He wants to fight for the title but was on the bench against Barcelona at the weekend when Real lost 3-1 and he knows where his place is now.

The £150,000-a-week striker has scored just three Barclays Premier League goals since his move to Stamford Bridge and Chelsea are prepared to listen to offers.

‘He would be interested in what people have to say to him.’

All white on the night: Chelsea are monitoring Real Madrid striker Gonzalo HiguainAll white on the night: Chelsea are monitoring Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain

The future of Fernando Torres also remains unclear.

On the way out? Chelsea flop Torres could be sold in JanuaryOn the way out? Chelsea flop Torres could be sold in January

Higuain is out of favour at Real Madrid and while there has been no official contact between the two clubs, Chelsea are monitoring the situation.

Paris Saint-Germain and River Plate are also considering a move for the 24-year-old striker.

Chelsea are preparing a £30million bid to land Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain.

Torres, who signed for the west London club in a £50m deal in January, could be sold when the transfer window re-opens next month.

Manager Andre Villas-Boas is short of options in attack after selling Nicolas Anelka earlier this month, while Ivory Coast international Dider Drogba will leave to play in the African Cup of Nations in January.

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Stocks: Big check-up this week from corporate earnings

We already know it’s taking a toll on consumer-focused companies. Lloyd has put his money in European stocks, which are rallying a ton this year.

Even fears about a Federal Reserve interest rate hike appear to be calming a bit. The Nasdaq is up 4% this year, well above where the SP 500 and Dow are for 2015.

Google (GOOG), Facebook and Amazon (AMZN, Tech30) report this week. At the start of the year, one euro equaled $1.21; now it’s worth $1.07, making products made in Europe cheaper, and more attractive, to buyers.

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“I don’t think the dollar’s run is over and there’s a lagging impact to that” on earnings, says Matt Lloyd, chief investment strategist at Advisors Asset Management. Investors always want good news, but they are especially on edge after the Dow’s 279 point drop Friday.

The dollar gained a lot of value in the first three months this year, making it more expensive for U.S. The consensus among Wall Street experts and economists is that spending will warm up alongside rising temperatures.

Will tech titans take the crown? If restaurants and airlines fall flat, the markets still have hope because tech stocks may come to the rescue. The dollar affects some of these companies, such as Microsoft, but advertising is the bulk of revenue for many.

And as the dollar’s strength becomes the norm, it will concern investors less, experts say.

The dollar blues: The strong U.S. Spending surged last spring after the Polar Vortex. “But it’s not going to be robust.”

A flood of big-name brands from Starbucks (SBUX) to Facebook (FB, Tech30) will announce earnings, which could send stocks in a tizzy. Were they a big enough factor to drag down profits or are the best companies able to overcome those challenges?

That’s why there will be a lot of scrutiny as airlines like American (AAL) and Southwest (LUV) and popular food chains such as Chipotle (CMG) and McDonalds (MCD) report this week. dollar. All those stocks are up this year. Next stop = $900?

“There’s room to grow,” says Christensen. Delta (DAL) announced it would cut international flights last week because of the dollar headwind. Markets are counting on the Fed to raise rates very slowly, whenever it decides to liftoff.

The best stock in 2015 is a tech stock: Netflix (NFLX, Tech30). Economic growth rebounded as the weather warmed and Americans came out of their winter bunkers.

This week’s tech stocks should perform well compared to other sectors, but don’t expect Netflix-like performance, Lloyd says.

There are two major themes popping up again and again in earnings: the harsh winter weather and strong U.S. Tech and social media businesses have a big week ahead too and give a good sense of where advertising and consumer dollars are (and aren’t) going.

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The big picture: Expectations aren’t rosy for the first quarter earnings. businesses to sell their products abroad.. It reported remarkable subscriber growth and big plans for international expansion last week, shooting its stock up nearly 20% by the end of the week.

Look for it to be a drag on earnings for multinationals like Coke (COKE) and Hershey (HSY), which also report this week.

“We’re not seeing as much consumer spending as we would like,” says Kathleen Christensen, director at Connecticut Wealth Management.

Here comes the sun: Most experts still believe the stock market will end the year higher. Stocks: “will continue to rise.”

A lot of people blame the lackluster spending on the winter weather. American Express (AXP) said the dollar hurt their business abroad too.

The other big question mark is the American consumer. It’s projected to be the first decline since 2012.

“You’re going to see a thumbs up” from investors, says Lloyd. Spending is still tepid.

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American travelers going abroad love the dollar’s rise, but business aren’t as thrilled. Microsoft (MSFT, Tech30) and Yahoo (YHOO, Tech30), which have struggled in 2015, are reporting too. dollar is arguably the biggest difference between last year and now

Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil eyes Chelsea SLIP UP in Premier League title race | Football | Sport

The Gunners can, however, cut the deficit next Sunday when they host Jose Mourinho’s men at the Emirates.

“Our goal is to win every game until the end of the season, whether it be in the FA Cup or Premier League.

“It is a bit frustrating really, because we have to hope Chelsea slip up, but all we can do is focus on our game.”

The chances of Arsenal overtaking leaders Chelsea look slim as they trail the Blues by seven points with one game less to play.

But Ozil claims all his side can do is to concentrate on continuing their impressive run of form.

“It would be wrong to talk about winning the title, because it is not in our hands,” the German said.

In gritty town on Thai-Cambodia border, Asia’s soccer gambling obsession is on display

The Premier League is regarded as fix-proof, but the Italian, Russian and smaller Asian leagues are suspect. “The important thing is we can recognize them.”

The websites operating in the town employ Indonesians, Thais and other nationalities on telephone help lines and computer chat rooms to assist people setting up accounts in their home countries.

Poipet is a town where few would choose to live unless they were making money, or have gambling addictions to feed.

While bets of upward of $50,000 on a single game are not uncommon in Asia, most wagers are much smaller, reflecting average incomes in a region that remains mostly poor. In the rundown market where the smell of incense mixes with rotting garbage, betting goes on 24 hours a day inside shiny, glass-fronted parlors emblazoned with photos of famous European soccer players. (AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong) (The Associated Press)

POIPET, Cambodia –  Soccer betting is illegal in Cambodia, but visitors to this seedy frontier town wouldn’t know it.

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“Asia is the dominant betting market, even though the sport is European. Soccer betting is illegal in Cambodia, but visitors to this seedy frontier town wouldn’t know it. Fidgety men break from lines of computers displaying odds to place bets with cashiers on matches around the world, from the obscure leagues of India and New Zealand to the giants of Europe.

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In this photo taken Sarturday, Dec. Unlike in regulated markets, syndicates are able to place bets anonymously, with no cash trail to follow or betting patterns to examine if fixing suspicions emerge, said David Forrest, an applied economist who specializes in sports gambling at the University of Salford Business School in Britain.

In September, police arrested 100 Indonesians in Phnom Penh for illegally running a soccer betting site from two houses in the city.

Authorities turn a blind eye to the bookmakers, even those who operate outside the casinos, which are run by powerful tycoons with links to the corruption-riddled government in Phnom Penh, the capital.

Bookmakers and bettors alike in Poipet are aware that some matches are fixed, but such information is closely held by the syndicates and doesn’t reach ordinary gamblers. “It’s a huge market, and easy to hide money.”

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Cambodians work atop of a new casino building in Poipet, Cambodia Sunday, Dec. In the rundown market where the smell of incense mixes with rotting garbage, betting goes on 24 hours a day inside shiny, glass-fronted parlors emblazoned with photos of famous European soccer players. Soccer betting is illegal in Cambodia, but visitors to this seedy frontier town wouldn’t know it. A stinking, rubbish-clogged river dissects the town.

He fingered his betting slips in the manner of gamblers around the world, and a 6-year-old boy whom he referred to as his son bounded from his lap to the floor of the bookmakers, playing in the cigarette ash left behind.

“We can’t always pronounce the teams we are betting on, but that doesn’t matter,” said Sampoath Pererra, a Sri Lankan palm oil worker who has made his life in Poipet, a two-street town sandwiched between the Cambodian and Thai borders. Soccer betting is illegal in Cambodia, but visitors to this seedy frontier town wouldn’t know it. 9, 2012. In the early 1990s, the government allowed casinos to be built there, and the gaudy, mostly threadbare venues continue to attract thousands of customers from Thailand, where all forms of gambling are illegal.

The cash bets placed with the bookies in Poipet and the many more via websites operating out of the town form part of a billion-dollar unregulated industry in Asia that is at the heart of match-fixing. Soccer betting is illegal in Cambodia, but visitors to this seedy frontier town wouldn’t know it. (AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong) (The Associated Press)

Published February 15, 2013

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AP Assistant Europe Editor Sheila Norman-Culp contributed from London.

In the rundown market where the smell of incense mixes with rotting garbage, betting goes on 24 hours a day inside shiny, glass-fronted parlors emblazoned with photos of famous European soccer players. In the rundown market where the smell of incense mixes with rotting garbage, betting goes on 24 hours a day inside shiny, glass-fronted parlors emblazoned with photos of famous European soccer players. Soccer betting is illegal in Cambodia, but visitors to this seedy frontier town wouldn’t know it. (AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong) (The Associated Press)

In the daytime, trucks carrying squealing pigs roll through town, as do vehicles full of foreign tourists on their way to the ruins of Angkor Wat, Cambodia’s iconic 12th century temple.

Unlicensed Asian betting sites and bookmakers like those in Poipet function as unofficial agents of the larger Asian betting operators, most of them based in the Philippines. 9, 2012. And most criminals, whether they come from Asia or Europe, will place the bets in Asia because of the non-regulated sector of that market,” he said. In the rundown market where the smell of incense mixes with rotting garbage, betting goes on 24 hours a day inside shiny, glass-fronted parlors emblazoned with photos of famous European soccer players. In the rundown market where the smell of incense mixes with rotting garbage, betting goes on 24 hours a day inside shiny, glass-fronted parlors emblazoned with photos of famous European soccer players.(AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong) (The Associated Press)

Soccer bookmakers — also illegal in most Asian countries — have sprung up inside the casinos and in nearby streets.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This story is part of a six-month, multiformat AP examination of how organized crime is corrupting soccer through match-fixing.

In the snazziest of the town’s bookmakers, called footballbet.com, a gap-toothed Singaporean who gave his name only as Michael needed several late goals and turnarounds to win his $25 wager on a series of five matches.

By night, touts on motorbikes patrol the main drag offering women and drugs, while children beg. The gamblers say it doesn’t affect their betting.

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Cambodian motorcycle taxi drivers wait for customers outside the Genting Crown Casino in Poipet, Cambodia Sunday, Dec. To spend a weekend there is to see up close the region’s obsession with soccer gambling, as well as some of the challenges facing those who seek to keep the sport clean.

As the final whistle approached on several matches in England’s Premier League, his hope slowly turned to disappointment.

Rooms in hotels and casinos are rented out to these operators, giving the town something of a gold rush atmosphere.

One bookmaker’s Malaysian manager, who refused to give his name because of the illegal nature of his business, conceded that the operation was running “on borrowed time.”

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A woman sweeps the ground outside an online gambling shop in Poipet, Cambodia Sunday, Dec. 9, 2012. On a weekend in late November, there were few big bettors in Poipet, little glamour and many tales of lives taken over by gambling.

Poipet has a long association with gambling. 9, 2012

Bayern to subsidise tickets for cup tie at Arsenal

Bayern have therefore decided to subsidise the tickets for the away game at Arsenal.

“It’s particularly noteworthy that a large number of Bayern fans support the team not only at the high points but also at every away game.

(Writing by Brian Homewood in Berne; Editing by John O’Brien)

Ticket prices for the home tie against Arsenal range from 35 to 100 euros. Tickets for away fans are at the lower end of the price range.

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Bayern said the decision, which would cost the club 90,000 euros, was a sign of gratitude to its fans and demonstrated the importance to the team of having a vocal backing at all games.

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Bayern charge home fans between 15 euros for a standing place and 70 euros for the most expensive seats at home matches in the Bundesliga.

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The European champions said that their fans would pay only 45 euros (£37.22) to watch the round of 16 match in London instead of the roughly 75 euros charged by the Premier League club.

“This is intended to represent a small thank you for the great support of the followers in the past calendar year 2013.”

(Reuters) – Bayern Munich will subsidise fans who buy tickets for their Champions League first leg tie away to Arsenal, where prices are higher than in Germany.

“Bayern has thrilled the world of European football not only by the outstanding performance and consistency of its team, but also by the fantastic and vocal support of its fans,” the club said in a statement.

“It should be clear to everyone that this loyalty involves a great deal of time and expenses..

Allergic Reaction to Food while Traveling

Or they think if they pick the peanuts out, then I can still eat the dish.

Of course, nowhere is risk-free but, like myself, many allergic travelers find certain destinations easier to manage than others.

That doesn’t mean you have to write off any destination.

Lost in translation

In countries where it’s culturally unacceptable to refuse a guest’s requests or where severe allergies are rare, requests can be misunderstood.

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“There are whole shops dedicated to gluten-free products and many restaurants offer gluten-free classics such as gluten-free pizza, tiramisu and even a gluten- and nut-free ice cream cone to have my gelato in!” she reports.

“Some cheeses in France have pistachio nuts in them and Lupin flour is more commonly used in bakery items in European countries like France and The Netherlands,” Beresford warns.

For many travelers who suffer allergic reactions, the best travel destination is simply the safest destination — a country where allergens are sparse, food hygiene is excellent, public allergy awareness is high and restaurant staff are happy to cater to special needs.

The Canadian government’s recent decision to order nut-free buffer zones on Air Canada flights (the first government in the world to make such a stand) is another plus for allergy sufferers.

Despite fretting about the pasta-heavy cuisine, allergy blogger and Coeliac Disease sufferer Sian Drew found Italy a paradise for those avoiding gluten.

Sarah Beresford, communications manager for The Anaphylaxis Campaign, also considers Canada (along with the United States, Australia and Europe) the lowest risk destination for allergy sufferers, thanks to strict food preparation and labeling regulations, as well as a high level of allergy awareness.

As a travel writer who suffers from a severe peanut and tree nut allergy, my urge for cultural immersion often pushes the boundaries of my comfort zone.

A worthwhile risk

She advises caution when traveling to “places like Thailand, China and Vietnam, where nuts and fish are frequently used in recipes and street food is more prevalent, so you are less likely to know what it contains.”

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Meals in Thailand, where crushed peanuts sneak their way into everything from pad Thai to soup garnish, are like a nerve-racking game of edible Russian roulette.

Ordering an otherwise safe pasta dish in Turkey and having it served with an inexplicable topping of ground pistachio is just plain annoying.

“It’s hard for some to comprehend the severity of my illness simply because they have either never heard of it or it’s very uncommon for people [in their country] to have food allergies, let alone allergies that could kill you.”

The perils of exotic cuisine

“When I’m in Peru, Jordan or even in Spain, I’ll explain that I cannot eat peanuts and [locals] think it’s by choice,” says travel blogger and peanut allergy sufferer Elizabeth Carlson. Selecting safe foods in your home country is easy, but navigating a foreign menu can be a minefield of unexpected ingredients.

Ultimately, most sufferers agree that traveling with food allergies is a worthwhile risk and that even higher risk destinations can be managed as long as they plan ahead and prepare for all eventualities.

Some even find their allergy inspires them to explore, such as Drew, who finds the time spent researching restaurants and local cuisine adds a unique element to her trips.

Forget slurping on the deadly tentacles of a Sannakji octopus or munching a fried scorpion: the deadliest morsel that’s ever passed between my lips was an innocuous steamed dumpling coated in powdered peanut.

Experience has taught me how to minimize the risks, but I find traveling in some countries easier than others.. Carlson notes the advantages of more casual eating.

Japan, where nuts are rarely used, is a safe haven where I can be let loose on the sushi bar with abandon.

“I eat a lot of street food when I travel, which is great because you get to see the food being cooked right in front of you, and it’s easier to talk one on one with the cook,” she says.

“We often visit specific gluten-free restaurants and shops that are usually not located in the center of town, making our city tours slightly more local than the usual tourist trail,” she says.

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Traveling in developing countries can pose more risks due to the lack of labeling and the difficulty of tracing food ingredients, although the limited food products available might make it easier to avoid a single allergen.

thai soupThailand’s spicy prawn soup, tom yam kung — delicious, and for allergy sufferers, dangerous. “Often they don’t understand the difference between peanuts and other nuts, or that I can’t even eat something that has been cooked in the same pan as a peanut dish. The biggest challenge for allergy sufferers heading overseas is communication, so it’s no surprise that English-speaking countries top the list of safe destinations.

While carrying translation cards — available from Allergy UK — can help bridge the language barrier, explaining your needs in the local language sometimes isn’t enough.

Food allergy blogger Jenny Kales of Nut-FreeMom.com singles out Canada as a preferred destination for her multiple-allergic family, remarking that “their laws and practices with regard to awareness, food allergy labeling and restaurant preparedness are better than in the U.S.”

“Allergies should not hold anyone back, because you can make a destination work for you,” says Kale.

Even countries where street food is abundant aren’t necessarily verboten

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Iraqi forces, Islamic State fighters duel for control of Ramadi

Suhaib Rawi, called upon the government to ramp up coalition airstrikes against the Islamic State and send in additional forces.

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Absent from the battle were the Shiite Muslim militias that played a key role when government forces recently retook the city of Tikrit, about 80 miles north of Baghdad. Yesterday was very bad; army and police personnel retreated,” said one provincial official on Thursday. “But we are against bad practices, regardless of who commits these acts, whether they are security forces or the Shiite militias.”

“They are some of the most disciplined fighters among the militias, and they will help us in the fight,” said the spokesman, Hikmat Suleiman, by phone from Baghdad..

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Gen. He added that “preparations are underway to launch a large military operation to liberate” areas near Ramadi under Islamic State control.

In a meeting with the Iraqi community Thursday in Washington, he stressed that “Anbar is facing large pressure from [Islamic State] and we have thousands of youth fighting with us.”

However, a spokesman for Anbar’s governor said Thursday that militiamen loyal to radical Shiite cleric Muqtada Sadr, dubbed “The Peace Brigades,” were stationed in areas between Ramadi and the nearby city of Fallouja to support the government’s military campaign.

On Wednesday, head of the Anbar provincial council Sabah Karhoot, along with Gov. Thousands of Shiite men joined regular military units to wrest control from the Islamic State, which had seized the city last June.

Although the Shiite militias, known as Popular Mobilization Units, spearheaded the Tikrit offensive, many Sunni officials were wary of their participation in Anbar, especially after allegations of sectarian-driven abuses by militiamen against Tikrit’s Sunni population.

Iraqi forces battled Islamic State fighters for control of Ramadi on Thursday, officials said, attempting to thwart the militant group’s latest bid to overrun government-held areas of Anbar province.

The offensive on Ramadi comes as Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar Abadi visits the U.S. “But today there were some good airstrikes by coalition forces and the Iraqi forces regained the main areas in Ramadi and stopped the advance” of the militants.

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“Anyone who wishes to fight for Anbar is welcome to do so under the banner of the Iraqi forces, which reports directly to the prime minister’s office,” said the official from Anbar. The latest assault by the militants has been the most forceful, however, as they wrested control of areas to the north and east of the city on Wednesday.

Fallouja illustrates Iraq's challenge in retaking cities from Islamic StateFallouja illustrates Iraq’s challenge in retaking cities from Islamic StateNabih BulosAt the Nuaimiyah military base on the edge of long-troubled Fallouja, Iraqi soldiers often sleep outdoors, gambling that they will be better protected by sandbags than by flimsy, flammable huts as they endure a nightly cascade of mortar shells and fiery flares.At the Nuaimiyah military base on the edge of long-troubled Fallouja, Iraqi soldiers often sleep outdoors, gambling that they will be better protected by sandbags than by flimsy, flammable huts as they endure a nightly cascade of mortar shells and fiery flares. Saad Maan, spokesman for the Iraqi Joint Operations Command, insisted Thursday that the city was “completely in the hands of the security forces,” Iraqi state news Al Iraqiya reported. Popular Mobilization spokesman Karim Noori said negotiations were ongoing to bring in the militias to the Anbar fight, but they were still waiting for an “official call for help” from provincial officials.

“The regular security forces are not up to the job,” Noori warned in a telephone interview Thursday. “Every area without the Popular Mobilization fighters will fall to Daesh,” he added, using the Arabic acronym for Islamic State.

The official requested anonymity because he was not authorized to speak with the media.

He also reported many refugees had left Ramadi and its surrounding areas, but said that “only a very small number of them are allowed into Baghdad because of security concerns.”

Anbar officials, however, said the city was not yet fully secure but that Iraqi troops had control of the main roads and government compounds.

The U.S.-led coalition supporting the Iraqi government reported Thursday that ?it had carried out eight airstrikes in Anbar, including four near Ramadi, about 60 miles west of Baghdad. ( Nabih Bulos )

“The situation today is much better than yesterday. to seek further support for Iraq’s beleaguered forces.

Ramadi, the capital of Sunni Muslim-dominated Anbar province, has been the site of repeated clashes between government forces and Islamic State

Chelsea Defeats Arsenal 2-0 (Video Highlights)

The game entered halftime at 1-0 with each team having a couple of great chances, but only Drogba capitalizing.

The score stayed that way until the 85th minute when Alex ripped a free kick from 30-yards out that curved around the Arsenal and past Lukasz Fabianksi.

 

The loss drops Arsenal to fourth in the table while Chelsea continues to lead the league with just one loss in its seven games. The Blues donâEUR(TM)t play again until the 16th when they face Aston Vila while ArsenalâEUR(TM)s next game is on that day against Birmingham.

. Arsenal entered the game needing a victory to get back into the chase for the title while Chelsea looked to cement its spot atop the Premier League.

Didier Drogba opened the scoring in the 39th minute when he one-timed a cross from Ashley Cole that hit the inside post and into the back of the net. In a key Premier League matchup Sunday, Chelsea took down Arsenal 2-0 at Stamford Bridge