Friday, July 1, 2022

West Ham announces the signing of Nayef Aguerd

Por Juan
West Ham United officially announced the signing of footballer Nayef Aguerd, a 26-year-old Moroccan defender from the French club Rennes. The player has signed a 5-year contract worth around 35 million euros.

Extreme wingsuit base jump in Washington

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Garren Baring, an athlete and content creator, shared this shocking video of him jumping off a mountain in a Washington natural park, in a wingsuit. Wingsuit jumping is one of the most dangerous sports in the world due to the high probability of error that exists.

A waterspout makes landfall in the Netherlands and turns into a tornado

Por Juan
A waterspout turned into a hurricane when it made landfall has left one dead and several injured in the Netherlands, the national emergency services have announced. The natural phenomenon has occurred, specifically, in the city of Zierikzee, 70 kilometers from Rotterdam, and has caused various material damage.

The Luhansk police distribute food among the inhabitants of Lysychansk

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The Luhansk police distributed food among the inhabitants of the city of Lysychansk, located on the right bank of the Donets River. The citizens of Lysychansk are watching how the Russian forces are advancing and shelling the city while the Ukrainian troops resist as best they can.

Chlorine gas explosion kills 12 and injures 250 other in Jordan

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At least ten people have died and another 250 have been injured in a chlorine gas explosion in the port of Aqaba, Jordan, when a tanker fell during transport. The authorities, however, do not rule out more deaths due to gas leaks and have recommended that city residents stay in their homes with the windows closed.

Ukraine shopping mall burns down after Russian shelling

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The victims of the Russian bombing of a shopping center in the city of Kremenchuk have now risen to 18, say local authorities. The two missiles launched by Russia have set fire to the building, injuring, in addition, another 60 people. Russia alleges that the attack had a military objective.

Part of a bullring collapses in El Espinal, Colombia, killing several people

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The unforeseen collapse of one of the weak stands of the bullring in El Espinal, Colombia, has left at least four dead and hundreds injured. The president-elect, Gustavo Petro, has wished the speedy recovery of those affected and has asked the mayors "not to authorize more shows with the death of people or animals."