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They conclude that postapocalyptic forests were likely chock-full of fast-growing deciduous species such as extinct relatives of sycamores walnuts and palms (pictured above in an artist’s reconstruction) whereas thick-leaved slow-growing evergreens similar to today’s hollies and ivies were much less common than they had been prior to the impact Even today the researchers note few if any forests are dominated by flowering evergreensMadrid: Real Madrid coach Julen Lopetegui said on Friday that he feels "good" and "calm" over his future at the club despite four winless matches File image of Julen Lopetegui AP "I feel good I’m Real Madrid coach the pressure is at the maximum" Lopetegui said at the press conference prior to the Liga match against Levante on Saturday Real are fourth in La Liga and have not scored in six hours and 49 minutes their worst drought since 1985 Spanish media have been speculating that Italian coach Antonio Conte who left Chelsea in the summer could replace Lopetegui if form does not improve Asked if he feels he has the support of the club Lopetegui said he was "absolutely calm" and added: "You have to live with all these ups and downs in a season knowing that we are where a team can reach any heights and the only recipe is to work to keep going and to believe "We are focused only on the game tomorrow" he said "We know that this season there are questions for all teams How the season will play out nobody knows We need to win on the pitch" Real open the weekend’s Spanish schedule Atletico who are third play later in the afternoon Leaders Sevilla two points ahead of Real visit second-place Barcelona in the evening "There are three points to play for" Lopetegui said "Three important points that could lift is to the top of the table" The Real coach said he had almost all his squad fit with the recovery of the injured Isco Karim Benzema Marcelo and Gareth Bale without indicating if any would play against Levante "Today we will see it is the last training session before the game" he said "We will make decisions tomorrow" Alan Gross the 65-year-old American whose release from a Cuban prison was announced Wednesday was a contractor trying to bring Internet services to Cuba He’s reported to be in poor health after declining medical and dental care in protest of his detention Gross was arrested in Cuba in 2011 and charged with espionage for bringing telecommunications devices into the country while working as a subcontractor for the United States Agency for International Development Accused of plotting to foment an insurrection along the lines of the Arab Spring Gross was convicted of espionage and sentenced to 15 years in prison An attorney who has visited him in the small room in a Cuban military hospital where he has been kept with two other prisoners for the past five years says he is almost toothless blind in one eye and severely addled with arthritis ABC reports He had declined medical attention in protest of his detention and threatened a hunger strike until death if he was not released by years end Gross’ release is seen as a first step toward thawing long-icy relations between the United States and Cuba Witness Cuba’s Evolution in 39 Photos An old American car long a staple of Cuban roads sits along Guanabo Beach near Havana Joakim Eskildsen for TIME A group of youngsters in Central Havana sit on a street corner to discuss the latest news of the Spanish La Liga football league Their hair is styled like their idols’—soccer stars and Reggaeton singers Joakim Eskildsen for TIME In route to his job as a welder 62-year-old Carlos stops at a government cafeteria to buy cigarettes Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Cockfighting a Cuban tradition takes place in an anti-aircraft bunker to avoid the police Fighting is not forbidden but gambling which is always present at the matches is Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Antonio Perez Hernandez shows off his prize-winning rooster prior to a fight in Campo Florido Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Havana’s most famous street the Malecón as a cold front rolls in Joakim Eskildsen for TIME At his teacher’s request Rodney Cajiga gets his hair cut in Justiz a small town east of Havana Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Corrugated zinc sheets barely cover a grocery store Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Jesus a fisherman from Puerto Escondido returns from the sea “It was a good day despite the cold front” he said displaying one of the fish he caught Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Roberto 22 is a college dropout from the East who moved to a small cottage in Havana to farm with his father Jorge “My wife got pregnant and I had to support her and the child Here I have a chance" he said Joakim Eskildsen for TIME A pumpkin for sale cut in half for clients to see it is still fresh Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Delvis Montero 39 works seven days a week making charcoal and earns $100 a month “I work hard so my children can go to school and never have to do this extremely hard work" she said Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Madelin who works at a Havana boutique hitchhikes to work each morning rather than taking the bus Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Around 7 in the evening Cubans begin preparing dinner Central Havana usually crowded look deserted Joakim Eskildsen for TIME At night neighbors leave their doors open to let the breeze in Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Yunier Utre 19 lives in the Teodoro Rivero settlement in Jaguey Grande Matanzas province He works in the mango plantations from sunup to sundown Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Tourists relax on lounge chairs at Melia Las Americas in Varadero which is next to the only 18-hole golf course in Cuba Joakim Eskildsen for TIME The wiring for the electrical system at a tenement in Old Havana Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Old Havana at dusk Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Juan Lara 72 takes his cows to graze roughly 10 miles from his home every morning Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Juan Carlos has been a fisherman all his life Close to 70 he keeps this cottage in the Puerto Escondido fishermen’s village “I have a real house in my town 20 miles from here" Carlos said Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Jaguey Grande’s Library where students from nearby schools come every day to do their homework Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Fidel Hernandez sets fire to the bushes around the fence he just installed to keep his goats enclosed He has taken his grandson with him as he says that he loves to hang around his grandpa Joakim Eskildsen for TIME The growth of small private businesses like this one in Pedro Pi is a sign of changing times Joakim Eskildsen for TIME A woman at a telephone booth in Pedro Pi There is only one phone in this farmer’s community 12 miles from downtown Havana Neighbors come to make their calls get their messages and share gossip Joakim Eskildsen for TIME A government-run auto repair shop in Jaguey Grande Joakim Eskildsen for TIME A huge concrete school building Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Ricardo Rodriguez and his wife travel 30 miles every day to the town of Ceres to buy charcoal that they later sell in the town of Cardenas near the Varadaero resort in Matanzas province “The profits are meager but we survive on that" Rodriguez said Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Aguedo Leon (far right) 82 goes to the cattle register in Campo Florido Havana city to report the birth of a calf It is mandatory for farmers to do so immediately after the cow delivers Failing to report a new birth can result in a $20 fine Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Outside Havana an old American car with a new Japanese engine is used as a taxi Joakim Eskildsen for TIME At the Puerto Escondido fishermen’s village a welder repairs the carriage they use to move fish into town Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Riding on horse drawn carriages is still the main way to move in the Cuban countryside Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Ormiles Lores Rodriguez 40 works as an accountant at the Grito de Baire farmimg cooperative She says salaries have improved and employees get bonuses every three months if they meet their output quotas Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Dusk falls on Old Havana Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Despite its age the driver claims his car can reach speeds of 100 miles per hour thanks to its engineering that includes a mix of American Russian Japanese and Cuban parts Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Two young men wait to go out with a girl in Old Havana "We dress to impress her" they said "and we take pictures to our barber for him to know exactly what we want" Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Alicia 8 crosses the street to buy candy in Patricia’s Cafeteria 2 miles from Guanabo beach Joakim Eskildsen for TIME An aging car drives through Old Havana at dusk Joakim Eskildsen for TIME A woman prays to Yemaya the sea goddess on the Malecón Havana’s main esplanade Joakim Eskildsen for TIME 1 of 39 Advertisement Contact us at [email protected] who died Thursday at the age of 57 was known as much for being a legendary performer as he was for being a style icon At awards shows and 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the controversy could cast a cloud over her White House transition. doctors said.He was survived by his wife Deepa Dasmunsi and son Priyadeep Dasmunsi who were at his bedside at the time of his demise The stroke left Dasmunsi paralysed and unable to speak as blood supply to a part of his brain was cut off causing irreversible damage All basic life functions like breathing blood pressure sleep-wake cycle were stable but he was not conscious of his surroundings Dasmunsi’s popularity among Congress supporters remained unabated even after the tragedy Politicalcontributions Dasmunsi’s political career began by joining the Indian Youth Congress before entering Parliament in 1971 He was a Member of Parliament from 1999 to 2009 He served as the Union Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Minister of Information and Broadcasting from 2004 to 2008 during the first term of the UPA government led by Manmohan Singh File image of veteran Congress leader Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi Reuters Dasmunsi represented the Lok Sabha constituency of Raiganj in West Bengal which was later represented by his wife Deepa Such was his popularity in the Congress that his name was included in the 90-member campaign committee for the West Bengal Assembly election in 2016 when he was in coma A loss for Indian football too Football was another field where Dasmunsi made his mark He became the first Indian to be a match commissioner in a FIFA World Cup when he performed the role in a group stage game between Australia and Croatia in the 2006 World Cup He made major contributions in professionalising football in the nation and beginning the National Football League He was the president of the All India Football Federation (AIFF) till his untimely stroke in 2008 following which Praful Patel took over as the president of theIndian football governing body All India Football Federation (AIFF) senior vice-president Subrata Dutta and former India captain Bhaichung Bhutia mourned the demise of Dasmunsi saying he changed the face of Indian football during his time at the helm "His contribution to football cannot be forgotten " Dutta said "He started the National Football League and brought professionalism in Indian football He appointed Alberto Colaco as the first professional general secretary during his time and I also became the vice-president in 2004 under him" Dutta reflected "He was very passionate about football and coming from Bengal football was in his blood He was very supportive when I was playing in East Bengal" the Indian football icon (Bhutia) said Indian football’s biggest stars IM Vijayan also recalled his contributions to the sport "It is a big loss for Indian football.He brought private channels to telecast matches These are his two most important contributions" he said Among the ‘tallest leaders’ of West Bengal Congress president Sonia Gandhi condoled the demise of the senior Congress leader saying it is an "irreparable loss" to the party Sonia described Dasmunsi as a "devout" political activist and "one of the tallest" leaders of West Bengal She said Dasmunsi served the party as well as the government "illustriously" "His work at the grassroots would be remembered for posterity" Sonia reminisced "Despite his prolonged illness he remained popular among his people His death is an irreparable loss to the Congress party and the country" she added Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar conveyed grief over Dasmunsi’s demise In his condolence message Kumar said that Dasmunsi’s death has not only caused irreparable loss to the field of politics but also the sporting arena West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee also expressed grief over Dasmunsi’s death "He had been a very popular leader in Bengal since 1972" she said in a tweet "A massive stroke in 2008 virtually ended his political career Otherwise he could have done more in his political life" she added In light of his demise Mamata announced ahalf-day holiday for state government employees as a mark of respect for him I am deeply saddened by the death of Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi It is a great loss May his soul rest in peace pictwittercom/YLyeFaBYm9 — Mamata Banerjee (@MamataOfficial) November 20 2017 Prime Minister Narendra Modi also paid his tribute to the West Bengal minister? We welcome outside contributions. in the space community, But Lightfoot, The paper, "It is a theory being planted by some people with a? All seven assailants were reportedly killed in the attack, which show families "upgrade their Christmas" with the likes of a 16-piece orchestra around the dining room. Spin a dreidel?
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