What TV channel is Sarajevo v Celtic on? Kick off time & live stream

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Celtic make a trip to face Sarajevo in the Europa League this week with one eye on a place in the group stages.

The Bhoys scraped past Riga in the last round and will hope for a better display to qualify without drama on Thursday evening.

Neil Lennon will be pleased that his team are finding goals from across the pitch, and will hope his midfield stars can step up once again here.

Sarajevo are currently top of the Bosnian Premier League and defeated Buducnost Podgorica in the last round to set up the Celtic showdown.

RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch the Sarajevo v Celtic game on TV and online.

When is Sarajevo v Celtic on TV?

Sarajevo v Celtic will take place on Thursday 1st October 2020.

Europa League games return to their usual Thursday night slot following an August onslaught

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Is it time to reopen Town Hall? Mass. cities and towns taking different approaches to COVID precautions

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As the weather turns colder, some Massachusetts cities and towns are setting plans to reopen their facilities to the public. Others don’t plan to fully reopen municipal buildings anytime soon — and they say some of the new ways they’ve been connecting with residents could be here to stay.

As of Aug. 10, at least 35 communities had reopened their city and town halls to walk-in service, with some operating on reduced hours, according to a voluntary survey compiled by the Massachusetts Municipal Association. The survey indicates that a larger portion of municipalities have reopened city and town halls on an appointment-only basis, while most libraries and senior centers remain closed aside from curbside service and virtual programs.

Bellingham’s town hall has been open to the public since mid-June, though the town is encouraging residents to do their business online when possible, Town Administrator Denis Fraine told the News Service.

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Square Survey Finds 76% of Small Business Owners Plan to Give Their Employees Time Off to Vote this Election Day

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According to a new survey conducted by Square and Wakefield Research, 75% of U.S. small business owners think voting in the upcoming presidential election has become more important since pre-pandemic and 96% plan to vote themselves. But nearly 3 in 4 are concerned that COVID-19 will impact their employees’ abilities to vote in the upcoming Presidential Election and here’s how they plan to address those concerns:

  • More than three-quarters (76%) of small business owners will give employees time off to vote in the upcoming presidential election.

  • Among small business owners giving employees time off to vote, 83% plan to give paid time off.

  • 26% of small business owners would be willing to make Election Day a company-wide holiday to encourage voting in the presidential election.

Beyond concern that COVID-19 will impact their employees’ abilities to vote in

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Children are spending more time online and in front of screens than ever before. Parents and experts reveal their best tips for managing kids’ tech use.

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Jessica Nelson, pictured above with her family, has set boundaries around screen time by having her kids help out with chores around the house. <p class="copyright">Jessica Nelson</p>
Jessica Nelson, pictured above with her family, has set boundaries around screen time by having her kids help out with chores around the house.
  • COVID-19 has seen an increase in children’s screen time, with many now clocking six hours per day according to one study — up 500% since before the pandemic.

  • Business Insider spoke to parents and experts about how to best manage kids’ screen time

  • Their advice varied from establishing offline routines to focusing more on what children are doing online rather than how much time they’re spending on devices.

  • The most important thing is to make time to do family activities together away from technology.

  • Sign up for our new parenting newsletter Insider Parenting here.

When the coronavirus pandemic forced schools and businesses to close in March, Jessica Nelson was tasked with taking care of three children on her own.

Like most people, Nelson had

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Make Passionate Pleas About Voting, Online Conduct in ‘TIME 100’ Special

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made a special appearance during the TIME 100 special on Tuesday. From their stunning Santa Barbara home’s backyard, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared a brief message congratulating those being named to the TIME 100, before making a passionate plea about voting.

“We’re just six weeks out from Election Day, and today is National Voter Registration Day. Every four years, we are told the same thing, that ‘This is the most important election of our lifetime,'” Meghan said. “But this one is. When we vote, our values are put into action and our voices are heard. Your voice is a reminder that you matter. Because you do. And you deserve to be heard.”

Harry added that he’s “not going to be able to vote here in the U.S., but many of you may not know that I haven’t been able to vote in the

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This highly-rated password manager is now on sale for a limited time

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TLDR: Dashlane Password Manager creates strong, unique passwords for all of your accounts or website logins with one-click access from all of your devices.

With almost everyone working from home these days, it’s no surprise that the overall state of web security isn’t great right now.

In most cases, each of us is responsible for maintaining our own vigilance over passwords and other exploitable security measures. Unfortunately, that attention to our own digital health and safety isn’t as focused as it should be. It’s no mystery how most cyberattacks happen, with more than 4 out of 5 hacks traced back to stolen, weak or default passwords. And whether you’re in the cloud, in a foreign nation or even right in an American classroom, hacks happen every day.

The Dashlane Password Manager is your frontline protection against the boilerplate password infiltration that leaves users, their employers and

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Nearly 3 in 4 Americans didn’t take time off this summer

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Nancy Pelosi demands investigation into hysterectomy claims at Ice centre

* Whistleblower cited alarming rate of surgery for detainees * House speaker concerned at ‘staggering abuse of human rights’The top congressional Democrat, the House speaker, Nancy Pelosi, has joined mounting calls for an investigation into an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice) detention centre in Georgia accused of performing hysterectomies on migrant women held there without their full consent.Pelosi branded the substance of allegations presented by a whistleblowing nurse “a staggering abuse of human rights”.The nurse, Dawn Wooten, who worked at Irwin county detention centre for three years, made a whistleblower complaint, filed on her behalf on Monday in which she accused the centre of negligence, poor safety precautions, including around the spread of coronavirus.She cited dangerous and unsanitary conditions and an alarmingly high rate of hysterectomies performed on Spanish-speaking women whom she said she and other nurses feared

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Apple’s online store plan for India is the right move at the right time

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Apple Inc is adapting to the pandemic. For instance, the company’s “Time Flies” event on Sept. 16 will be held virtually, just like its Worldwide Developers Conference in June. In India, the pandemic-linked innovation will soon include a move that could revamp its retail experience.

The Cupertino-based company is reportedly launching an online store in the world’s second-largest smartphone market later this month. Apple did not respond to Quartz’s request for comment.

This comes after the company spent years lobbying for direct retail stores in the country, and got approval for the same only last year. However, coronavirus threw a spanner in the works for physical stores.

Experts say this is the perfect time for Apple to make an e-tail move. The company is witnessing favourable market reforms, it has boosted domestic production, and there has been a spike in demand for iPhone 11 and the new SE models. Meanwhile,

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The 4-Step Guide to Buying Life Insurance for the First Time

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Welcome to #Adulting, the ultimate breakdown of all your grown-up needs. These articles are here to help you feel less alone and answer all your personal, financial, and career questions that weren’t answered in school (no judgment, we get it!). Whether you’re looking to find out how to tackle laundry or you want a deep breakdown on how to make a savings plan—we’ve got you covered. Come back every month to find out what life skills we’re upgrading next and how.

Life insurance feels like one of those “adult” things you don’t have to think about until you’re much older, just like retirement plans and mortgages. But with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continuing on across the U.S., you might start wondering how to sign up for life insurance now.

It sounds creepy (and kind of depressing), but basically, life insurance is “defined as a ‘tax-free lump sum

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Biden lavishes time and money on key industrial states, but hasn’t locked them down yet

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Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden campaigns in Warren, Mich., on Wednesday. <span class="copyright">(Patrick Semansky / Associated Press)</span>
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden campaigns in Warren, Mich., on Wednesday. (Patrick Semansky / Associated Press)

The worst strategic mistake Hillary Clinton made in her 2016 campaign for president, many analysts believe, was overconfidence about three states Democrats had won in every presidential election since 1992 — Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

No one is going to accuse Joe Biden of taking those states for granted.

The Democrats’ presidential nominee is showering money, staff and time over those states — the “blue wall” that crumbled when Donald Trump’s victories by tiny margins in all three propelled him to the White House.

By this weekend, Biden will have made five trips to those battleground states in less than two weeks.

He traipsed across Pennsylvania as he began venturing from quarantine in his Delaware home last month. On Friday, both he and Trump are scheduled to be in the state at the very

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