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22 Ноя 2020, 01:46
Бразильцы вышли на акции протеста после убийства чернокожего мужчины

По данным издания, протестующие забросали супермаркет камнями и разгромили его изнутри. Также пострадали припаркованные рядом автомобили. Полиция пока не вмешивается в ситуацию.

Видеозапись c места событий опубликовал бразильский телеканал G1. На кадрах видно, как люди в супермаркете разбрасывают продукты и поджигают прилавки.

Спровоцировавший протесты инцидент произошел 20 ноября в одном из супермаркетов Carrefour в Порту-Алегри. Двое охранников напали на 40-летнего Жоау Сильвейра, когда у него возник конфликт с одной из посетительниц магазина, которая и вызвала охрану. По данным СМИ, медики сообщили, что мужчина скончался от удушья.

После того, как очевидцы опубликовали в социальных сетях видео, на котором охранники избивают погибшего, руководство сети Carrefour выпустило сообщение, в котором извинилось за случившееся. В пресс-службе торговой сети сообщили, что причастные к данному инциденту сотрудники будут уволены. Кроме того, представитель компании пообещали оказать всю необходимую помощь семье Сильвейра.

В мае этого года в США умер чернокожий американец Джордж Флойд при задержании полицейскими. После этого по всей стране вспыхнули массовые акции протеста против жестокости правоохранительных органов и расового неравенства. Тогда возникло движение Black Lives Matter («Жизни чернокожих имеют значение»). Как и в Бразилии, на фоне протестов в США также начались в массовые беспорядки. Были случаи столкновений между полицией и протестующими.

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30 Ноя 2020, 07:15

She hosted extended family at her home for Thanksgiving despite warnings about about keeping celebrations small this year due to COVID-19.

And Cardi B faced an instant backlash when she bragged about it on social media.

'12kids and 25 adults over the holidays.It was lit !!' she tweeted Sunday, prompting an outpouring of criticism.

'I spent soo much money getting every1 tested but it felt worth it.I wasnt trying to offend no1 (sic),' she wrote.

The WAP hitmaker then added: 'People be trying tooo hard to be offended.I wonder how they survive the real world' followed by a laughing/crying emoji.

Her tweets came on the day that new cases of the coronavirus topped more than 100,000 for the 27th consecutive day in the USA.

More than 90,000 Americans are currently hospitalized with COVID-19, according to Johns Hopkins University, and experts fear hospitals across the country could be overwhelmed int he coming weeks as a result of holiday travel and gatherings.

Among those taking Cardi to task was one Twitter user who wrote: 'So what actually was the purpose of specifying the amount of people at your gathering...Knowing that a lot of people couldn't even be with their families.

'All you could've said was you had a good holiday with your people...and I'm not even one to troll, but read the room.'

Another tweeted: 'I can promise you it’s not worth it to everyone else who is affected by your poor choices aka the healthcare workers who you will run to when you’re sick.'

'Sis I love you but anyone behaving this way during a pandemic deserves to be dragged,' one user added.

While Cardi shared that everyone invited to her home had been tested for COVID-19 beforehand, just because a test comes back negative doesn't necessarily mean that person does not have the virus or won't test positive for it in the coming days.

One of the rapper's followers made the point that not everyone is able to even get tested.

'Bragging about your large gathering during a pandemic to your millions of impressionable fans who do not have the money that you have to get rapid tests is irresponsible,' they replied to her tweet.

This isn't the first time Cardi has been called out by her fans for not seeming to take the pandemic seriously enough.

In October she hosted a lavish bash for her 28th birthday in Las Vegas with very few attendees wearing masks or social distancing.

24 Ноя 2020, 03:16

My first appearance on these pages came six days after Alan Shearer’s documentary Dementia, Football and Me had aired on the BBC, in November 2017.

The programme struck a chord. So, in my first column, I made a promise that I would, at some point in the future, have a scan for CTE — Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy — to see if years of heading a football had left a permanent mark.

It’s time to give you an update. I am yet to go in for the test but that does not mean I am avoiding things. It’s quite the opposite, in fact. We have been discussing this subject a lot at home recently and Abbey has been persistent about the need for me to get one booked.

I don’t intend for it to be just a one-time thing, however. If I can be assessed every year or every other year, what harm can that do? If, heaven forbid, I am vulnerable to this illness, I would prefer to know early so that I could take measures to treat it.

I’m not naive enough to think that I am not at risk.

There was a point in my career, when I was playing week in, week out, that I was heading a ball more than anyone in Europe’s four main leagues by some considerable distance.

Heading was a huge weapon but it was not one that came naturally. When I was a kid, I dreamed of being Paul Gascoigne. I always had good skills and a nice touch.

But I was 6ft-plus when I was 15 and had it drummed into me that I had to improve my aerial ability because I could become a target man.

And how I practised. Before school, I’d go out with my Dad to a pitch not far from our house and he would cross balls in for me.

Whenever I was at training, I would spend time trying to develop my technique.

There were times I can remember when I was literally seeing stars after sessions from using my head so much.

Most of you reading this will have headed a ball at some point in your life. If you do it from the wrong part of your head, you will know you get what seems to be a flash in your eyes — that’s your brain, quite literally, shaking.

When you are a kid, you don’t think of risks later in life and the prospect of dementia from a football wasn’t even discussed in the 1990s.

If you wanted to box then, you were made aware of the dangers. There wasn’t anything like that with football.

Don’t get me wrong — I don’t regret any of it. I had an amazing career and I’m proud of the fact that nobody has scored more headed goals than me in the Premier League. I would never advocate heading to be banned, as that would alter the sport completely.

But, at the same time, we cannot shut ourselves off from the fact there is a huge issue. We need to look after the players who have been affected, support those who are vulnerable and safeguard the players of the future.

If Sportsmail’s campaign can trigger change, so much the better.

30 Ноя 2020, 19:06

Министерская конференция стран ОПЕК отложит принятие решения по уровням добычи нефти в начале 2021 года до 1 декабря. Об этом сообщает ТАСС со ссылкой на источник, участвующий в переговорах.

По словам источника, принятие решения было отложено, чтобы обсудить этот вопрос со странами, которые не входят в ОПЕК.

При этом формально встреча продолжается.

30 ноября в формате видеоконференции проходит встреча министров ОПЕК, по итогам которой нужно принять решение об уровнях добычи нефти на ближайшие месяцы 2021 года.


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