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Chelsea confirms $91m record signing

Added: 09.08.2018 11:50 | 2 views | 0 comments

In a world-record transfer fee for a goalkeeper, Chelsea has signed Kepa Arrizabalaga for £71.6 million ($91 million) from Spain's Athletic Bilbao.

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Transfer deadline day: How big-money stars settle in new homes

Added: 09.08.2018 9:50 | 2 views | 0 comments

When Kepa Arrizabalaga signed for Chelsea from Athletic Bilbao, few fans will have been thinking about where their newest recruit is going to live.

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'Dear Ivanka': Celebrities target Trump's daughter on Instagram

Added: 09.08.2018 7:10 | 3 views | 0 comments

Celebrities including Amy Schumer and Chelsea Handler have launched an Instagram campaign targeted at Ivanka Trump, urging the US President's daughter to act on the administration's family-separation policy and calling for the resignation of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.

Chelsea sets $91m record for goalkeeper

Added: 08.08.2018 12:33 | 2 views | 0 comments

This has been the summer of the goalkeeper.

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Roman Abramovich granted Israeli citizenship, reports say

Added: 29.05.2018 11:40 | 15 views | 0 comments

Chelsea Football Club owner and high-profile Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich has been granted Israeli citizenship, according to Israeli media.

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UK delays Russian oligarch Abramovich's visa

Added: 21.05.2018 12:45 | 21 views | 0 comments

Roman Abramovich, one of the world's highest-profile Russian oligarchs and owner of the London soccer club Chelsea, is facing a longer than expected delay in renewing his UK visa.

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Chelsea beats Man Utd in FA Cup final to salvage disappointing season

Added: 19.05.2018 21:48 | 17 views | 0 comments

Chelsea won its second trophy under "serial winner" Antonio Conte as an Eden Hazard penalty was enough to secure the FA Cup against Manchester United at Wembley Saturday.

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Review of our research in 2017

Added: 18.04.2018 18:13 | 120 views | 0 comments


This is the first of three posts that form our annual review and plan for the following year. This post reviews and evaluates last year’s progress on our work of finding and recommending evidence-based, thoroughly-vetted charities that serve the global poor. The following two posts will cover (i) our plans for GiveWell’s research in 2018 and (ii) GiveWell's progress and plans as an organization. We aim to release our metrics on our influence on donations in 2017 by the end of June 2018. Summary
We believe that 2017 was a successful year for GiveWell’s research. We met our five primary goals for the year, as articulated in our from the beginning of the year:
Our primary research goals for 2017 are to:
  1. Speed up our output of new , by hiring a and by improving our process for reviewing interventions at a shallow level.
  2. Increase the number of promising charities that apply for our recommendation. Alternatively, we may learn why we have relatively few strong applicants and decide whether to change our process as a result. Research Analyst Chelsea Tabart will spend most of her time on this project.
  3. Through , fund projects that may lead to more top charity contenders in the future and consider grantees and as potential 2017 top charities.
  4. Further improve the robustness and usability of our .
  5. Improve our process for following the progress of current top charities to reduce staff time, while maintaining quality. We also have some specific goals (discussed below) with respect to answering open questions about current top charities.
    We achieved our five primary goals for the year:
    1. Our intervention-related output was greater than in any past year, although we still see room for improvement in the pace with which we complete and publish this work (). We hired a Senior Fellow and published nine full or interim intervention reports in 2017, compared to four in 2016.
    2. We increased the number of promising charities that applied for our recommendation ().
    3. We added two new top charities: Evidence Action's No Lean Season (the first top charity to start as a GiveWell Incubation Grant recipient) and Helen Keller International's vitamin A supplementation program (which joined our list as a result of our charity outreach work). We continued to follow our current Incubation Grant recipients and made several new Incubation Grants to grow the pipeline of new top charities ().
    4. We made substantial improvements to our cost-effectiveness analysis ().
    5. We reduced the amount of staff time spent on following our current top charities. We also completed 17 of the 19 activities outlined in last year’s plan ().
      We discuss progress on each of our primary goals below. For each high-level goal, we include (i) the subgoals we set in our last annual review, (ii) an evaluation of whether we met those subgoals, and (iii) a summary of key activities completed last year.

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Chelsea explains why Ivanka is fair game

Added: 07.03.2018 21:30 | 39 views | 0 comments

Chelsea Clinton told Stephen Colbert that, unlike other children of Presidents, Ivanka Trump is an official adviser and should expect criticism.

How one bullet shattered a body and a family

Added: 27.02.2018 16:20 | 38 views | 0 comments

Chelsea Romo was hit by just one bullet from an AR-15, the weapon again at the heart of gun control debates after the Parkland school shooting. Here's what it did to her.

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