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Basel

A town in Switzerland. It has been known for centuries as a meeting place where a number of international agreements have been formed. See also: Basel I, Basel II.
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Within minutes Lukaku's squared ball was met by a first-time Mkhitaryan shot, taken onto the post by the faintest touch by Basle goalkeeper Tomas Vaclik before the follow-up was blocked.
Only two of his newest recruits made the starting line-up against Basle and one of those - Dejan Lovren - was an enforced change after injury to Kolo Toure.
Monetary Board member Felipe Medalla, in his presentation Tuesday, said the adoption of Basle 3 could, actually, be equated to the country's preparation to ASEAN economic and financial integration scheduled next year.
Basle are technically sound, and will keep the ball well but are in a difficult situation after losing their opener so emphatically.
But neither could improve Chelsea's fortunes and Salah's strike settled matters in Basle's favour and left Mourinho and his men frustrated, beaten and with work to do.
Basle were playing with men behind the ball but fired a warning on the break when Salah cut inside and shot over.
Any fading hopes in the Basle camp were put to rest inside five minutes of the second half as Gomez scored his second, a classy left-footed volley from Ribery's left-wing cross.
Basle managed to deny Liverpool back in 2002, but they were a much better side then.
Ashley Young came to the Red Devils rescue after Basle had produced a sensational fightback that had left them on the ropes.
Boro's run stuttered in the quarter-final first-leg in Switzerland as hosts Basle racked up a 2-0 first-leg lead.
In a future Basle, a city reshaped by an event known as the Great Flood, microscopic particles called tracers monitor the activities of the citizens, ably identifying criminals in the act.
The two previous ecumenical assemblies were in Basle, Switzerland, in 1989, and in Graz, Austria, in 1997.