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Thomas Tuchel Hails Hat-Trick Hero Henrikh Mkhitaryan

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Saturday, 08 August 2015 11:44

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The Armenian scored a sublime hat-trick in Dortmund's Europa League qualifier and the head coach has hailed his professionalism, Goal.com reports.

Borussia Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel says it is a pleasure to watch Henrikh Mkhitaryan play following his dismantling of Wolfsberger on Thursday.

Goals from Marco Reus and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang provided the platform for a stunning Mkhitaryan hat-trick to cap a thrashing of the Austrians and seal a 5-0 victory on the night and 6-0 aggregate win to see Dortmund sail into the competition's playoff round.

Mkhitaryan's treble came within 13 breathless minutes late in the second half and Tuchel hailed the Armenian as a player he hopes can lead by example.

"Mkhitaryan is an absolute model professional. I'm very glad to have him in this team," the head coach said.

"It's a great pleasure for me to work with him and to watch him and see how he deals with his talent."

All of Dortmund's goals came in the second half after a first period of near misses and poor finishing had set pulses racing at Signal Iduna Park.

Aubameyang especially was guilty of spurning numerous chances throughout and, though pleased with his side's efforts after the interval, Tuchel was keen to stress the need to strive for better.

"The second half was a good reaction to the first," he added. "We played with great tempo, showed good temperament, created many chances and ended with five goals scored.

"I was pleased with the second half, but in the first half we had a lack of positional discipline and could not play our passes.

"In the second 45 minutes we showed great discipline in the spaces in which we want to combine. As a consequence we could play much faster passes and play between the lines."

Latin American Parliament Recognizes Armenian Genocide

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Wednesday, 05 August 2015 07:32

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The Latin American Parliament (Parlatino) approved on Friday June 31 a resolution recognizing the Armenian Genocide. The Panama-based body that was created in 1964 with the Declaration of Lima, and is composed by the National Congresses and Legislative Assemblies of all Iberoamerica, Prensa Armenia reports.

This new recognition of the crime against humanity perpetrated by the Turkish state, adds to the resolutions adopted by Parliaments in South America this year, as was the case of the Chamber of Deputies of Chile, the Federal Senate of Brazil and the State Legislature of Rio de Janeiro.

"Among many other topics covered by Executive Board of the Latin American Parliament and the Caribbean Declaration, the recognition of the Armenian Genocide was supported almost unanimously (with one abstention)," wrote National Deputy of Montevideo Alfredo Asti a few minutes later. "Uruguay was a pioneer in the world in this recognition 50 years ago and today we strongly supported this position."

   

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