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Navalny says he has no fear of being arrested when he arrives in Russia

Russian opponent Alexei Navalny on the plane to Moscow. - KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP The Russian opponent Alexeï Navalny left this Sunday by plane from Berlin, where he was treated after an alleged poisoning, to join Moscow, saying he was "innocent" when he was threatened with arrest on landing. "Am I going to be arrested? it is impossible, I am innocent ”, he proclaimed in front of the journalists on board the apparatus which took off around 14:15 GMT from the airport of Berlin.… /… More information to come on 20 Minutes...
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“It was a pleasure to crush a white nationalist insurgency,” says Washington policeman

A Washington policeman who was run over in a doorway by a crowd of supporters of President Donald Trump said he was happy to have helped stop the "white nationalist insurgency" on the United States Capitol on January 6. Viral video shows the moment Constable Daniel Hodges was stranded in a doorway as a crowd attempted to make your way through the Capitol, following a call from Trump to "fight like hell".Hodges a told NBC Washington that his mask had been removed and he had been beaten with his own baton by a Trump supporter. Video of the incident shows Hodges bleeding from his mouth as he screams in pain. “They ripped off my mask,” Hodges told NBC earlier this week. “They stole my equipment. They beat me up. They sprayed me with everything. "Police eventually managed to...
A state changes color thanks to the Latino vote
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A state changes color thanks to the Latino vote

Without a rest. Hours, minutes and seconds go by endlessly. Sometimes the day melts into the night. There are moments of fatigue and moments of extreme happiness. Of course, they share values ​​such as cooperation, solidarity, selfless help and altruism.Why is the southern US state of Georgia changing its partisan preference color? What is behind this "political earthquake"?One of the decisive factors was the action of the members of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), true heroes and anonymous heroines responsible for creating awareness and motivation within the Latino electorate about the importance of voting.A CREATIVE CAMPAIGNSeeing Latin Hollywood actresses, composing emblematic Georgia songs in a Spanish and English version, producing a digitally animated seri...
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YesWePlay, the app that wants to boost the careers of amateur players

The “Yes We Play” app is aimed at a large number of football players. - Mourad Allili / Sipa The YesWePlay Football app allows players to enter their CV, statistics and videos that may be of interest to clubs. Its Toulouse creators are very ambitious. The Covid-19 and its confinements delayed the initiative. But they didn't scuttle it. The YesWePlay Football mobile application, which presents itself as a player recruitment platform, is available at the start of 2021. A new step for a group of young Toulouse people, aged 28 to 33, who had launched the ...
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Trump brand in jeopardy after chaotic presidency

(Washington) An economic empire built on a name, a name having served a political career. When Donald Trump leaves the White House on Wednesday, he will have a lot to do to rescue a brand now synonymous with all extremes. Posted on January 17, 2021 at 10:06 am Delphine TOUITOU with John BIERS in New YorkFrance Media AgencyBefore he became president, "the Trump brand was very p...
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Two Afghan judges shot dead in Kabul

Two female judges working for the Afghan Supreme Court were shot dead in Kabul on Sunday morning in the middle of the street, officials said, as the capital has been ravaged by targeted attacks for several months."This morning armed men attacked the vehicle of Supreme Court employees", confirmed Ahmad Fahim Qaweem, his spokesperson, adding that the two women were going to their workplace when they were murdered. According to Ferdaws Faramarz, the spokesman for the Kabul police, the two women were targeted. in the center of town and their driver was injured.The Afghan capital has witnessed a series of targeted assassinations in recent months, targeting public figures - journalists, politicians, human rights defenders and members of the security forces.The murder of the two women has not ...
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Two Afghan judges shot dead in Kabul

Two female judges working for the Afghan Supreme Court were shot dead in Kabul on Sunday morning in the middle of the street, officials said, as the capital has been ravaged by targeted attacks for several months."This morning armed men attacked the vehicle of Supreme Court employees", confirmed Ahmad Fahim Qaweem, his spokesperson, adding that the two women were going to their workplace when they were murdered. According to Ferdaws Faramarz, the spokesman for the Kabul police, the two women were targeted. in the center of town and their driver was injured.The Afghan capital has witnessed a series of targeted assassinations in recent months, targeting public figures - journalists, politicians, human rights defenders and members of the security forces.The murder of the two women has not ...
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Alpine skiing: Pinturault takes height in Flachau

A huge green hot air balloon not very graceful to the glory of a sponsor prevents enjoying the landscape of the Kleinarl valley from the finish line. Without having to climb into the basket, Alexis Pinturault (29) flew away this weekend and largely cleared his view. At mid-season (19 races out of 37), the big goal of his career came closer: to become the first Frenchman since Luc Alphand in 1997 to win the big crystal globe. His 9th place on Saturday and especially his 3rd place on Sunday, his first podium in the discipline for almost a year, allowed him to increase his lead in the general classification, which he dominated with 218 points ahead of Aleksander Aamodt Kilde. Limited offer. 2 months for 1 € without commitment Importantly, th...
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Jacob Markstrom haunts the Canucks

The Vancouver Canucks faced the Calgary Flames with the goal of making Jacob Markstrom regret his decision to leave the team on Saturday. The keeper had the last laugh, however, with a shutout in a 3-0 win. Markstrom had played 229 games in seven seasons in the British Columbia team uniform before agreeing to a six-year, $ 36 million pact with rivals in Alberta to open the free agent market. of the National Hockey League (NHL). Markstrom responded very well by signing his sixth career shutout with a 32-save...
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What a finish! Julia Simon wins Oberhof mass start

Julia Simon after her victory at Oberhof - Tobias SCHWARZ / AFP What an incredible finish! While she was eleventh at the finish on the last shot, the French biathlete Julia Simon made the perfect shot by coming out first from the shooting range at Oberhof on Sunday during the mass start. Galvanized, Simon then held this advantage to the finish line, to sign at 24 years the second success of his career in the World Cup, ahead of the German Franziska Preuss and the Swedish Hanna Oeberg.Julia Simon wins the mass start! 💪🇫🇷 #lequipeBIATHLON pic.twitter.com/bpiorYoUKc- the L'Équi...
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Biden wants to offer citizenship to 11 million undocumented migrants

ASSOCIATED PRESSPresident-elect Joe Biden's decision to immediately ask Congress to offer legal status to an estimated 11 million people in the country surprised many given that the issue has long divided Democrats and Republicans, even within their own parties. . Joe Biden will announce a bill on his first day in office to provide a path to citizenship for millions of immigrants who live in the United States illegally, according to four people briefed on his plans.The president-elect campaigned to offer citizenship to around 11 million people who live illegally in the United States, but it was unclear how quickly he would act while battling the coronavirus pandemic, the economy and others. priorities. Defenders of undocumented migrants reme...
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Biden wants to offer citizenship to 11 million undocumented migrants

ASSOCIATED PRESSPresident-elect Joe Biden's decision to immediately ask Congress to offer legal status to an estimated 11 million people in the country surprised many given that the issue has long divided Democrats and Republicans, even within their own parties. . Joe Biden will announce a bill on his first day in office to provide a path to citizenship for millions of immigrants who live in the United States illegally, according to four people briefed on his plans.The president-elect campaigned to offer citizenship to around 11 million people who live illegally in the United States, but it was unclear how quickly he would act while battling the coronavirus pandemic, the economy and others. priorities. Defenders of undocumented migrants reme...