A screen grab from the AFC  official website shows Mahfuza Akhter of Bangladesh and Moya Dodd ofd Australia.  MANAMA, Bahrain - Mahfuza Akhter of Bangladesh has beaten Australian rival Moya Dodd for a seat on the FIFA Council reserved for an Asian woman. Just before the Asian Football Confederation vote Monday, Palestinian and the DPRK candidates withdrew. Akhter, a member of the AFC executive committee, has a term through 2019 on the FIFA Council after beating Dodd 27-17. Dodd served on FIFA's ruling body from 2013-16. Three men who were seeking three other Asian seats on the FIFA Council were confirmed by acclamation: Zhang Jian of China, Mariano Varaneta of Philippines and Chung Mong-gyu of South Korea. Asian Olympic head Sheikh Ahmad Al Fahad Al Sabah withdrew and lost his seat after being accused of bribery by American authorities. The Kuwaiti sheikh denies any wrongdoing. AP silicone bracelets custom cheap
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Shanghai's first unmanned convenience shop reopened Wednesday. [Photo/Chinanews.com] The first unmanned convenience store in Shanghai reopened on Wednesday after being forced to close temporarily as a result of hot weather. A new air conditioner has been installed in the box-shaped shop - the first of its kind in the city - with sun umbrellas set up outside to prevent food items from going off in the summer heat, reported chinanews.com. The unmanned shop was shut down last week after the air conditioner broke down. With Shanghai in the grip of high temperatures for the past few days, the temperature inside the box rose to 40 C. This led to complaints from some customers that food items such as chocolate had melted. The shop was launched in June by technology start-up BingoBox after months of testing the system in Guangdong province. It is one of two outlets run by the company in Shanghai. The other also closed due to an air conditioning problem. An employee stocks a refrigerator in the unmanned convenience store on Wednesday. [Photo/Chinanews.com] The business relies on mobile phone technologies and facial recognition software. Customers first register with the company using their real identity. Once approved, the can enter by scanning a QR code at the door. Then, they choose the items they want, scan them at the cashier and pay through mobile phone payment tools. A camera tracks customers and anyone who doesn't pay for items they take is recorded in the company's database. There are eight outlets in total in Shanghai and Guangdong province, offering snacks and daily necessities at prices slightly lower than traditional convenience stores. Customers pay at the cashier through mobile phone software at the unmanned convenience store, June 15, 2017. [Photo/VCG]
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