Weekend Reads Popp left before Summit meetings: "Can only win"
Jihadist attack in Mozambique: Questions around a military intervention of SADC
© AFP - Alfredo Zuniga Thousands of people fled the city of Palma after attacking Jihadists at the end of March. Many have found refuge in the city of Pemba, in the province of Cabo Delgado. immediately deploy 3,000 soldiers in the northern Mozambique to fight against terrorists, it is one of the slopes evoked by a ratio that has leaked and should be discussed at an extraordinary SADC summit, the community of Southern Africa development, scheduled for 28 and 29 April.
Frankfurt am Main (SID) - Captain Alexandra Popp from VfL Wolfsburg sees leaders Bayern Munich in the Summit of the Women's Football Bundesliga psychologically in the disadvantage. "In the past few weeks, they have played two of three possible title options," said the 30-year-old the kicker in front of the direct duel on Sunday (13.00 pm / NDR, BR and magenta sport). As a result, Bavaria now have "even more pressure".
"They are more in duty than us. Actually, we can only win on Sunday," the national player outlined. Bavaria women were excreted both in the DFB Cup (Against VfL) as well as in the Champions League (against FC Chelsea) in the semifinals, in the League Schmolz the upholstery on Wolfsburg from five to two points together.
An extramotivation pull Popp and her teammates from the battle announcements of Bavaria, permanently to become the number one in women's football in Germany. "We want to show that there is no guard dissolution. That would not be so when Bayern will be master this year," said the trained attacker clearly.
Your own use in the top match decides only short term. "It's all in work, and I hope I can play on Sunday. I have an overload. My thigh muscles is too firm and leaves not loose," explained Popp.
Lobbyists set a new record for efforts to influence federal government during pandemic .
The past year saw lobbyists set a record for the number of contacts with official Ottawa as they tried to influence how Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government spent billions of dollars on pandemic aid, Canada's lobbying commissioner said Friday. Testifying before members of the House of Commons ethics committee on her annual budget, Nancy Bélanger said there was a record number of meetings over the past year between lobbyists and MPs, ministerial aides and key public servants — resulting in 28,919 communication reports.