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US News January 3 to 15: Dakar Rally goes over twelve stages

19:30  25 november  2020
19:30  25 november  2020 Source:   sport1.de

Amadou Mahtar M'bow, the patriarch

 Amadou Mahtar M'bow, the patriarch © @UNESCO Amadou Mahtar M'Bow at Unesco in the 1980s. This great man who was a scout, fighter, teacher, deputy, opponent, Minister of Education national, then Culture and Youth of Senegal, and who will become the first African Director-General of Unesco, will have gone through his time with dignity and grandeur, raising to the highest the rights and cultural values ​​of those whom 'we then reduced to the third world.

Dakar Rally 2020 SSV standings (after Stage 12 ). Ignacio Casale has led the Dakar Rally since day one of the competition and despite a couple of navigational issues on the latter stages , won his third Now, we're going to regroup ahead of Dakar 2021. I'll be back and looking to get the No.1 plate again.

Here is the complete video of this year's Dakar rally , Special Stage 2, shot with on-board camera on January 3 rd, from Cordoba to San Miguel de Tucuman. For more info, exclusive videos and photos, please go to www. dakar -team.com.

More than 7,000 kilometers, 555 participants and twelve stages: the key dates for the 43rd edition of the Dakar Rally have been set.

3. bis 15. Januar: Rallye Dakar geht über zwölf Etappen © Provided by sport1.de January 3rd to 15th: Dakar Rally goes over twelve stages

More than 7000 kilometers, 555 participants and twelve stages: The key dates for the 43rd edition of the Dakar Rally have been set. The world-famous desert rally will be held in Saudi Arabia for the second time in 2021, with the starting shot being given on January 3 in Jeddah. The port city is also the destination of the rally on January 15th after twelve stages and a total length of 7646 km. The organizers announced on Wednesday.

Demonstration in Paris against the “global security” law. Four police custody still in progress

 Demonstration in Paris against the “global security” law. Four police custody still in progress © EPA / MAXPPP / MOHAMMED BADRA Demonstration in Paris against the law on "global security" on November 17th. Suspected of damage and throwing projectiles, four people are still in police custody after the clashes which took place at the end of the rally against the “global security” law in Paris on Tuesday.

2020 DAKAR Stage 6! Subscribe Like Share! https Ricky Brabec continues to show impressive form, reinforcing his domination of the rally with another stage victory before the rest day. Once the stage was over , the shock was cultural in nature for the competitors on entering Riyadh: the capital of Saudi

The third day of the Dakar Rally felt like e real tough hangover for the CRAFT bearings Dakar Rally team – it seems that the car can‘t shake the consequences of the second stage accident. With 5 leaders from factory teams losing over 4 hours of time in this stage , it shows that no Dakar Rally is

"We often hear that just taking part in the Dakar is a victory. This will certainly be the feeling that will strengthen us all when it starts in Jeddah on January 3rd," said Race Director David Castera.

In the car classification, which is led by defending champion Carlos Sainz (Spain), 124 vehicles start. There are also 108 motorcycles, 21 quads, 42 trucks and 26 vehicles from the new "Dakar Classic" category. This is open to cars and trucks built before the year 2000. Due to the corona pandemic, strict security measures apply to the event.

Castera resisted the criticism of the event in the autocratic country. "We have signed a development program that will lead to more openness," he said, referring to other sports such as football and, in the coming year, Formula 1, which will be on the road in Saudi Arabia. "We think it's more useful to be here and talk about what's going on than to criticize from afar," said Castera.

West Africa is experiencing the "most serious food crisis in recent decades" .
© ZOHRA BENSEMRA / REUTERS Amadou, a twelve month old child from Burkina Faso suffering from malnutrition, waits with his mother Harouna Aissatou in a hospital from Kaya, Burkina Faso, on November 23. This country is the second most affected in West Africa by the food crisis. In West Africa, the current food crisis is caused by a security crisis which is reaching its climax, experts warn.

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