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Urban Meyer Has A Message For Ohio State Fans After Saturday’s Loss

first_imgUrban Meyer with his hands on his head.Ohio State suffered one of the worst losses of the Urban Meyer era on Saturday night, as the Buckeyes were blown out by Purdue, 49-20, at Ross-Ade Stadium in West Lafayette, Ind.It’s the first loss of the season for Ohio State, which looked like anything but a College Football Playoff contender in the defeat to the Boilermakers.Still, Ohio State controls its own destiny. If the Buckeyes can win out (and win the Big Ten conference), they should be a College Football Playoff team.Meyer issued the following message for his fan base after the loss:“We have good guys and we’re going to work our you-know-whats off and get this thing right,” he said.”We have good guys and we’re going to work our you-know-whats off and get this thing right.”– Urban Meyer spoke after Saturday’s loss to Purdue: pic.twitter.com/GkrSI6sEYp— Ohio State on BTN (@OhioStateOnBTN) October 21, 2018Ohio State has some time to think this loss over, as the Buckeyes are off next weekend before returning to the field against Nebraska on Nov. 3.last_img read more

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UN womens antidiscrimination body opens session to hear reports of eight countries

During its three-week session, which opened Monday, the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women will consider reports from Belgium, Tunisia, Zambia, Ukraine, Denmark, the Republic of Congo, Saint Kitts and Nevis, and Suriname. The latter three are presenting reports for the first time.Often described as an international “bill of rights” for women, the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against Women commits countries to incorporate the principle of equality in national legal systems, abolishing all discriminatory laws and adopting those which promote equality.Over the course of its meetings, scheduled to last until 21 June, the Committee will also discuss a report of the UN Secretariat on the ways of expediting the Committee’s work.In addition the Committee will examine revised draft reporting guidelines, as well as contributions of one of its experts, Hana Beate Schopp-Schilling, concerning how the results of the World Conference against Racism, Racial Xenophobia and Related Intolerance and the Second World Assembly on Ageing will affect the panel’s work.Over the course of its deliberations, the Committee will hold closed meetings with the Special Rapporteur of the Inter-American Commission on the Human Rights of Women, and with States parties to the Convention. read more