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Presented the British luxury car company (Rolls Royce) today a copy Vision NeXT 100 test, which bears the name of 103 EX, which manufactured to celebrate the centenary of the founding of the BMW company that owns the brand Rolls-Royce.


Future car test represents the company's vision for luxury car self-driving made entirely in accordance with the demand for the year 2040 with a hand-made sophisticated materials chassis, while the company says it is using modern manufacturing techniques will allow its customers to participate more fully in the design, shape and size of the future Rolls-Royce cars.




I got a car 103 EX future on high measuring 28 inches made of aluminum frames, while surrounded her Rolls-Royce outside the cover to look like the car like a yacht of the future, while the glass dome on top of the cabin can be opened to the top so as to allow the passenger to board without having bowed their backs, while radiate edges doors red light is reflected on the ground to suggest a red carpet lined placed to receive royalty and celebrities.



The internal Rolls-Royce test seems futuristic already, Fmqsourh Rolls-Royce 103 EX does not contain a leash to provide more space for passengers who will enjoy sitting on the plush seats like sofas, while the default voice assist system, which opted for a Rolls-Royce personal "Eleanor" function The driver and personal assistant.




The British company has chosen a system physically electrically future of her car, in a move that shows the company is convinced that internal combustion engines will not survive in the future.



Rolls-Royce will bring this car test for future events during the 2040 model "future experience" held by the BMW Group in the British capital London, in the period between the eighteenth and twenty-sixth of the month of June.


The tournament host waste many of chances to take the lead against the minnows but the Athletic Madrid attacker scored an 89th minute header to give them all three points
Antoine Griezmann and Dimitri Payet both scored late goals to give France a 2-0 win over minnows Albania and book their place in the knockout rounds of Euro 2016 on Wednesday evening.
Griezmann, who was a surprise omission from Tidier Deschamps' starting line-up, was introduced in the second half and made his presence felt with a superb headed goal before Payet rounded off the victory with his second of the tournament for the hosts.
After playing well in their opening Group A defeat to Switzerland, Albania looked set to go one better and earn a point against a France side that dominated possession, but failed to register a shot on target until Griezmann struck.
Deschamps also opted against picking Paul Pogba from the start and his chosen 11 struggled to break down a determined Albania side that defended resolutely throughout.
Gianni De Biasi's men created a number of chances to take the lead in a brave performance, but Griezmann and Payet consigned them to a defeat which leaves them bottom of the group.
Albania started without former Marseille captain Lorik Cana, who was sent off in their defeat to Switzerland, but the defender was not missed in the early stages as his side enjoyed a spell of possession and Ermir Lenjani fired the game's first shot.
In the absence of Pogba and Griezmann, it was left to Anthony Martial and Kingsley Coman to probe for an early opening, but the Albanian defence frustrated the tournament hosts and the home support packed into Stade Velodrome.
Albania gave France a scare when Elseid Hysaj fired in a cross that took a wicked deflection off Martial's leg and Armando Sadiku was only just denied an easy goal by the alert Hugo Lloris.
As patience began to wane amongst the France supporters, Lenjani dragged a shot just wide from a corner during a sustained spell of Albania pressure, but the first half ended without a shot on target from either team.
France sent on Pogba for Martial after the break and within seconds of the restart Olivier Giroud whipped in a cross that Coman headed just wide.
Just as it looked like France were imposing themselves on the game, Sadiku delivered a raking ball into the box that Bacary Sagna would have turned into his own net had Lloris not saved well, and the rebound almost went in off Lenjani's head.
France countered, and Pogba fired over from Payet's sweetly hit cross, but the game hung in the balance after an hour.
Giroud squandered a golden chance to score when he headed Coman's perfectly judged cross wide of Etrit Berisha's goal, and a minute later he powered an almost identical chance onto the post.
Deschamps sent on Griezmann for the final 20 minutes as his side continued to press, but it was not until the 89th minute that the substitute connected with Adil Rami's cross to make it 1-0.
Payet then sent the French fans wild with another superb solo goal in injury time, cutting inside to place a shot into the net with great composure.
France left late to clinch their places in the knockout stages  Euro 2016  goals from Antoine Griezmann and Dimitri Pa yet snatched a 2-0 win over Albania in Marseille.
Griezmann, who was a surprise omission from Didier Des champs' starting line-up, was introduced in the second half and made his presence felt with a superb headed goal before Payet rounded off the victory with his second of the tournament for the hosts.
After playing well in their opening Group A defeat to Switzerland, Albania looked set to go one better and earn a point against a France side that dominated possession, but failed to register a shot on goal until Griezmann struck.
Deschamps also opted against picking Paul Pogba from the start and his chosen 11 struggled to break down a determined Albania side that defended resolutely throughout.
Gianni De Biasi's men created a number of chances to take the lead in a brave performance, but Griezmann and Payet consigned them to a defeat which leaves them bottom of the group.
Albania started without former Marseille captain Lorik Cana, who was sent off in their defeat to Switzerland, but the defender was not missed in the early stages as his side enjoyed a spell of possession and Ermir Lenjani fired the game's first shot.
In the absence of Pogba and Griezmann, it was left to Anthony Martial and Kingsley Coman to probe for an early opening, but the Albanian defence frustrated the tournament hosts and the home support packed into Stade Velodrome.
Albania gave France a scare when Else id Hysaj fired in a cross that took a wicked deflection off Martial's leg and Armando Sadist was only just denied an easy goal by the alert Hugo Lloris.
As patience began to wane amongst the France supporters, Lenjani dragged a shot just wide from a corner during a sustained spell of Albania pressure, but the first half ended without a shot on target from either team.
France sent on Pogba for Martial after the break and within seconds of the restart Olivier Giroud whipped in a cross that Coman headed just wide.
Just as it looked like France were imposing themselves on the game, Sadiku delivered a raking ball into the box that Bacary Sagna would have turned into his own net had Lloris not saved well, and the rebound almost went in off Lenjani's head.
France countered, and Postbag fired over from Payet's sweetly hit cross, but the game hung in the balance after an hour.
Giroud squandered a golden chance to score when he headed Coman's perfectly judged cross wide of Etrit Berisha's goal, and a minute later he powered an almost identical chance onto the post.
Deschamps sent on Griezmann for the final 20 minutes as his side continued to press, but it was not until the 89th minute that the substitute connected with Adil Rami's cross to make it 1-0.
Payet then sent the French fans wild with another superb solo goal in injury time, cutting inside to place a shot into the net with great composure.
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Kingsley Coman (20y 2d) is the youngest starter ever for France in a major finals tournament, beating Bruno Bell one's record from World Cup 1982 (20y 118d v Poland).
This was the first EURO finals game without a first-half shot on target since France v Romania at EURO 2008 (9th June).
This game eclipsed Romania v Portugal in 2000 (71 mins) to become the EURO finals fixture (since 1980) with the longest wait for a shot on target (the goal on 90 mins).
Antoine Griezmann’s goal was the first by a French sub in EURO finals since the 2000 final v Italy (Sylvain Wiltord and David Trezeguet).
Three of France’s four goals in the competition so far have come in the 89th minute or later.
France scored with the only two shots on target of the game.
Dimitri Payet has already had a hand in three goals in the competition (2 goals, one assist), the most for a French player in a EURO finals since Zinedine Zidane in 2004 (also three).
Albania have conceded both the earliest (Schar on 5 mins for Switzerland) and the latest goal (Payet for France on 96 mins) at EURO 2016 so far.

What they said

Portugal boss Fernando Santos: "We should've scored more goals: that's no secret. There's always difficulties in the first game. I think we'll bounce back to play two great matches."
Iceland joint manager Heimir Hallgrimsson: "It's down to teamwork. You can't put one player to stop a guy like Ronaldo. It has to be a team effort, closing the areas.
"There were a lot of players responsible for Ronaldo tonight. We did a really good job - well done the lads."

The stats you need to know

  • Portugal have not won an opening game at a major tournament since 2008 (D2 L2).
  • Renato Sanches became Portugal's youngest representative at a major tournament (18 years 301 days), taking Cristiano Ronaldo's record (19 years 128 day).

What next?

Iceland play group leaders Hungary in Marseille at 17:00 BST on Saturday, 18 June, while Portugal play Austria at 20:00 BST on the same day in Paris.
Ronaldo came into the tournament fresh from scoring the winning penalty for Real Madrid in their Champions League final shootout victory over Atletico Madrid as he added another club trophy to a long list.
Honours on the international stage have eluded him, however, and unless the forward can replicate his club scoring achievements for his country that is likely to continue.
Ronaldo, who won his 127th cap and equalled the Portuguese record set by Luis Figo, showed a glimpse of his quick feet to get in a precise cross for Nani, whose six-yard header was saved.
But he could only kick fresh air from 10 yards out as he failed to make contact with a long Pepe pass, then sent a 20-yard half-volley wide and had his late header saved as he endured a frustrating evening in Saint-Etienne.

Iceland enjoy the big stage

Iceland are the smallest nation ever to reach a European Championship finals, with a population of approximately 330,000, and have no professional clubs.
However, they beat the Netherlands twice on the way to qualifying for the tournament in France and added another chapter to their fairytale on their major tournament debut.
Goalkeeper Hannes Thor Halldorsson had more touches than any other Iceland player in the first half (30) but his side kept Portugal within reach.
Their efforts paid off when Bjarnason caught right-back Vieirinha out of position to score from Johann Gudmundsson's cross to the far post.
And, despite Iceland having just 27.7% of possession overall, they gave Portugal a couple of further scares before the final whistle.
"Honesty, endeavour - that's what Iceland are all about," said BBC Radio 5 live pundit and former England international Chris Waddle.
"They were getting a football lesson in the first half but they never threw in the towel. They've got their rewards, and their fans are going absolutely wild."




Chopping onions is not a pleasant experience. In fact, it easily rates among the top most awful food prep jobs you may ever have to do in the kitchen. Lots of onions are very strong and some can be so potent they overpower you, making your eyes burn and start to water. With the combination of blurry eyes and a sharp knife your cozy night in making a simple homemade dinner can quickly turn into a kitchen nightmare…and give you a real reason to cry!

While the stinging sensation is extremely uncomfortable, it’s also completely avoidable. In the accompanying video YouTube’s Jack Scalfani of the ‘Cooking With Jack Show’ demonstrates a simple trick to cutting an onion without crying. The secret is to remove the bulb part first before you start slicing and dicing because it contains all of the gases that make our eyes burn and water. It’s important that you don’t cut into this bulb portion so do your best to remove it completely in-tact. Check the clip out to see exactly how it’s done and try it out!

To start, place the onion root-side up on the chopping board so that you’re looking right down at the scraggly roots. Take a paring knife and slowly insert it down into the root end about half an inch or so out from the center. Move it all the way around the root base in a circle and cut on a slight angle so that you end up with a cone-shaped piece. When you’re done cutting out the circle you should be able to easily remove the bulb and can discard it. At this point you can peel the dry, papery brown layers of skin off the onion and cut it up as you normally would.

This onion cutting method is effective and easy to do. Plus, it’s guaranteed to make life a little more easy and comfortable, so the next time you find yourself face to face with an onion that needs chopping, remember and try it out. You won’t shed a single tear



Muhammad Ali /ɑːˈl/;[9] (born Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr.; January 17, 1942 – June 3, 2016) was an American Olympic and professional boxer and activist. He is widely regarded as one of the most significant and celebrated sports figures of the 20th century. From early in his career, Ali was known as an inspiring, controversial and polarizing figure both inside and outside the ring.[10][11]
Cassius Clay was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky, and began training as a boxer when he was 12 years old. At 18, he won the Light Heavyweight gold medal in the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, and converted to Islam shortly afterwards. At 22, he won the WBC and WBA heavyweight championships from Sonny Liston in an upset in 1964. Clay then changed his legal name from Cassius Clay, which he called his "slave name", to Muhammad Ali, and gave a message of racial pride for African Americans and resistance to white domination during the 1960s Civil Rights Movement.[12][13]
In 1966, two years after winning the heavyweight title, Ali further antagonized the white establishment in the U.S. by refusing to be conscripted into the U.S. military, citing his religious beliefs and opposition to American involvement in the Vietnam War.[12][14] He was eventually arrested, found guilty of draft evasion charges and stripped of his boxing titles. He successfully appealed in the U.S. Supreme Court, which overturned his conviction in 1971, by which time he had not fought for nearly four years—losing a period of peak performance as an athlete. Ali's actions as a conscientious objector to the war made him an icon for the larger counterculture generation.[15][16]
Ali is regarded as one of the greatest boxers of all time. He remains the only three-time lineal world heavyweight champion; he won the title in 1964, 1974, and 1978. Between February 25, 1964, and September 19, 1964, Ali reigned as the undisputed heavyweight champion. He is the only boxer to be named The Ring magazine Fighter of the Year five times. He was named Sportsman of the Century by Sports Illustrated and the Sports Personality of the Century by the BBC. Nicknamed "The Greatest", he was involved in several historic boxing matches.[17] Notable among these were the "Fight of the Century", "Super Fight II" and the "Thrilla in Manila" versus his rival Joe Frazier, the first Liston fight, and "The Rumble in the Jungle" versus George Foreman.
At a time when most fighters let their managers do the talking, Ali thrived in—and indeed craved—the spotlight, where he was often provocative and outlandish.[18][19][20] He was known for trash talking, and often freestyled with rhyme schemes and spoken word poetry, both for his trash talking in boxing and as political poetry for his activism, anticipating elements of rap and hip hop music.[21][22][23] He occasionally worked in music and acting. As a musician, he recorded two spoken word albums and a rhythm and blues song, and received two Grammy Award nominations.[23] As an actor, he performed in several films and a Broadway musical. Ali wrote two autobiographies, during and after his boxing career.
As a Muslim, Ali was initially affiliated with Elijah Muhammad's Nation of Islam (NOI) and advocated their black separatist ideology. He later disavowed the NOI, adhering to Sunni Islam and supporting racial integration, like his former mentor Malcolm X. After retiring from boxing in 1981, Ali devoted his life to religious and charitable work. In 1984, Ali was diagnosed with Parkinson's syndrome, which his doctors attributed to boxing-related brain injuries. As the condition worsened, Ali made limited public appearances and was cared for by his family until his 2016 death in Scottsdale, Arizona.