Sport at least 24 dead and 850 wounded: Colombia prey to violent events from one week
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 set photos feature beloved sidekicks
We already knew about Tails making an appearance but this other sidekick should make you happyImages of Tails and Knuckles props used on set surfaced on Twitter as originally reported by Eurogamer. While the yellow two-tailed fox already made an appearance at the end of the first Sonic movie and in the teaser trailer for the sequel, fans who predicted Knuckles would make an appearance in the sequel should feel some vindication. While the set photos may be a bit of a spoiler, we still don't know what capacity either of the iconic sidekicks will be in the upcoming movie.
Colombia entered this Wednesday, May 5 in its second week of protests against the right-wing government of the right President Ivan Duque, which denounced a "violent vandalism".
thousands of people, trade unionists, students, indigenous and other sectors, have come down in the streets of several major cities to demand an improvement in health, education, security policies and denounce the abuse of the forces of the order.
> Look at the point on the situation in Colombia in video:
Violence has made at least 24 dead and some 850 wounded, according to official sources. But local NGOs have announced higher numbers, especially tammers with 37 deaths. Reporters Without Borders (RSF) lamented 76 assaults against journalists, 10 of whom were injured by law enforcement.
Royal Family LIVE: Prince Harry accused of six separate snubs during UK visit
PRINCE HARRY failed to meet privately with Prince William, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge and their children George, Charlotte or Louis, insiders have said - with the Duke also accused of snubbing the Queen by flying home to the US early.Other than attending the funeral, Harry barely left Frogmore Cottage, where he isolated on his return to the UK, according to reports.
The head of state denounces a "violent vandalism"
President Duque denounced on Wednesday "Facts of violent vandalism, urban terrorism," the Minister of the Interior, Daniel Palacios, launching "a call to the non -violence ".
A Bogota, clashes have opposed protesters to the police who dispersed them with tear gas, while they were trying to enter Parliament, adjacent to the headquarters of the Presidency. After dusk, the situation was still tense at the heart of the capital.
thousands of people gathered there, sporting slogans such as "Duque resigns". Groups also went to protest around the address of the President, in the North.
In the day, the situation was quieter in Cali (South-West), where notably some 3,000 indigenous clamited "Resistance! " But access to the city remained blocked while fuel shortages were felt.
Colombia: Multiple events against tax reform Despite COVID
© supplied by the point D tens of thousands of protesters have protested Wednesday in Colombia against a draft tax reform of the right president Ivan Duque in this country , in the middle of the third wave of the Pandemic of Covid-19 which affects its economic situation. "We do not accept tax reform, we think of our children, ourselves (...) We die from the virus or we are dying of hunger," said AFP Victor Cordoba, a cordonator of 33 Years, wearing a yellow, blue, red color t-shirt from the Col
The event also took place quietly at Medellin (northwestern), where about 8,000 people walked on the background of slogans against the former right day Alvaro Uribe (2000-2010), Mentor of Ivan Duque .NEW NEW WORDS
The mobilization lasts since April 28, initially against a tax reform project that, according to its criticism, would have affected the middle class and was inappropriate in the full pandemic of Covid-19.
The Chairman withdrew, promising a new text without the disputed points like the increase in VAT and the expansion of the income tax base. But the protest remained under new words.
The International Federation of Human Rights (FIDH) tweed Wednesday against "the serious violations perpetrated by the police", urging the EU "to immediately suspend [...] any type of arms delivery" and "military aid" In Colombia, asking for "international sanctions against President Ivan Duque.
fights between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan: 13 dead and more than 11,000 people evacuated
© provided by the Parisian The Parisian they have been coming for decades for land where fresh water flows, that each claims his . But since Thursday, the geopolitical conflict between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan has taken a dramatic turn, during the worst recent clashes between these Central Asian countries.
The UN, the European Union, the United States and others had denounced the day before the disproportionate use of force by the police.A country in recession
Ivan Duque denounced "a criminal organization, which hides behind legitimate social aspirations to destabilize society, generate terror." While supporting the police, he announced "dialogue spaces". Eleven meetings are planned from next week.
The President of the Unit Workers' Centrale (CUT), the main trade union federation, held "necessary to discuss the demilitarization of social protest", in addition to the demands of the protesters.
The head of state, the popularity of which has been 33%, has been confronted with multiple manifestations since 2019, in a country in recession and affected by an upsurge of the armed conflict which has mine for almost sixty years.
The fourth economy of Latin America suffers from falling from the gross domestic product (GDP) of 6.8% in 2020, of 16.8% unemployment and 42.5% poverty while nearby. Half of the labor force lives informal jobs.
Colombia also faces a third wave of COVID-19 with today more than 2.9 million cases, including 76 015 deaths, on 50 million inhabitants.
Lost Doctor Who story Galaxy 4 being regenerated as an animation .
Lost 'Doctor Who' story 'Galaxy 4' - which starred William Hartnell as the First Doctor and was first broadcast in 1965 - is being recreated as an animation.The adventure was a four-part story that opened the BBC sci-fi show’s third series back in 1965, starring the late William Hartnell as the First Doctor and future 'Blue Peter' presenter Peter Purves, at the time aged 26, and actress Maureen O’Brien, then 22, as companions Steven and Vicki respectively.