NFL will no longer require daily COVID-19 tests for unvaccinated players

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The NFL sent a communication to the 8 teams that remain in the playoffs for the 2021-22 season, to inform them that daily COVID-19 testing is no longer mandatory for unvaccinated players. Throughout the current regular round, the league required a test every day on those athletes who are not inoculated against the dangerous disease. … Read More

LeBron James and the Lakers lead NBA jersey sales

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Starring in a very irregular season has not weakened the market in the city of Los Angeles, far from it. Both LeBron James and the Lakers lead the list of sales of merchandise in the NBA. The four-time MVP of the season leads the ranking of shirts sold in NBA Store completed the first half … Read More

Linebacker Willie Gay Jr. Arrested for Criminal Damage to Property

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One of those players was Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Willie Gay Jr., who was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly damaging a vacuum cleaner, cell phone screen protector, wall and trim around a door frame, and a humidifier at an apartment in Kansas. https://t.co/EAGKNW9y4V — 7 News WKBW (@WKBW) January 20, 2022

Latin America narrowly to avoid fourth-quarter contraction

Latin America narrowly to avoid fourth-quarter contraction

EFE Latam Videos Colombia inaugurates the largest wind farm in the country built by Elecnor Cabo de la Vela (Colombia), Jan 21 (EFE).- The President of Colombia, Iván Duque, inaugurated this Friday the Guajira 1 Wind Farm, the largest in the country, built by the Spanish company Elecnor and located in Cabo de la Vela. … Read More

Boyfriend of the murdered Gabby Petito, he wrote that he killed her

Brian Laundrie, the boyfriend of the young Gabby Petito, found dead last September in a national reserve in Wyoming (USA), left a note in a notebook, before shooting himself in Florida, that he had killed to his fiancee, according to information released this Friday by the FBI. The notebook where Laundrie, 23, takes responsibility for … Read More

Canadian dies in shooting at Mexican Caribbean hotel

Canadian dies in shooting at Mexican Caribbean hotel

MEXICO CITY – A Canadian died and two others were injured in a shooting that took place on Friday at the Xcaret hotel in the Riviera Maya, one of the jewels of the Mexican Caribbean, state authorities announced. The incident took place inside the well-known Xcaret hotel, where some guests had an argument that ended … Read More

Kalinic maintains Verona’s European dream

Kalinic maintains Verona's European dream

A goal from Croatian player Nikola Kalinic at the end of the match against Bologna (2-1) brought Verona closer to two points from the European positions while waiting for the rest of the twenty-third day of the Italian League to be resolved. The former Atlético de Madrid player scored again after recovering from a muscle … Read More

The goalkeeper who owns his destiny

The goalkeeper who owns his destiny

When an offer came from Bayern Munich at your hands, Lutz Pfannenstiel He did not hesitate for an instant: he rejected her. I didn’t want to be a substitute Oliver Khan. I wanted to play. Even if it was in an exotic country in the world of football like Malaysia or as far away as … Read More

Fitur 2022: How to get to know half the world before touring it

Fitur 2022: How to get to know half the world before touring it

Madrid, Jan 21 (EFE).- After the hustle and bustle of three days of professional activities, the public will be able to discover this weekend the most varied offer of vacations and leisure from the hundred countries participating in the Madrid International Tourism Fair (FITUR ), from historical routes to how and where to celebrate a … Read More

Nuctech, China’s eyes on the world’s most sensitive accesses

Nuctech scanners in Brussels.  Photo: AP

In some of the most sensitive places in the world, the authorities have installed security control devices manufactured by a single Chinese company with deep ties to the Chinese military and the highest levels of the ruling Communist Party. The World Economic Forum in Davos. The largest ports in Europe. Airports from Amsterdam to Athens. … Read More

Nick Bosa has the go-ahead to play against the Green Bay Packers

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San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa has cleared concussion protocols and will play in Saturday’s game against the Green Bay Packers. The team announced this Friday that the player complied with all the required medical studies and that he is fit to play the duel for the NFL divisional round. Bosa suffered a concussion … Read More

Norwich comes out of relegation and adds Watford to it

Norwich comes out of relegation and adds Watford to it

Norwich took a big step towards permanence in the Premier League after leaving the relegation positions and putting Claudio Ranieri’s Watford in the well after defeating him at Vicarage Stadium in a direct duel for salvation. The young American striker Josh Sargent, with a double, was the architect of the second consecutive victory for Norwich, … Read More

IMF’s Georgieva says Fed acts responsibly, fight COVID-19 also key

IMF's Georgieva says Fed acts responsibly, fight COVID-19 also key

WASHINGTON, Jan 21 (Reuters) – IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva said on Friday that not only central bankers must fight inflation, but other policymakers have a critical role to play in, among other things, driving the vaccination to end the COVID-19 pandemic. Georgieva told a virtual panel at the World Economic Forum in Davos that … Read More