World Cup 2022: Qataris collapse before the first match. The start of the 2022 World Cup on Sunday in Qatar marked a historic first: the defeat of the host country when it started. All World Cup hosts won their first game, but Qatari Bordeaux lost 0-2 to Ecuador. “We expected much better” Spanish coach Felix Sanchez players “for his first match in this tournament”writing brand. But what “stunned” even more sporty daily life is the behavior of the fans: “Although the score was already 0-2 at half-time, many fans refused to choose and left the stadium disappointed.”. The footage of the half-empty stadium during the resumption swept on television around the world. After Ecuador, the Qataris will face Senegal and the Netherlands.
Ukraine: IAEA condemns shooting at Zaporozhye power plant. “Powerful explosions due to shelling rocked the Zaporozhye region, where the largest nuclear power plant in Europe is located, this weekend”reports Al Jazeera. The factory itself became a target “good dozen” strikes between Saturday and Sunday, some of which were noted by experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). IAEA chief Rafael Grossi urged those responsible for these strikes “stop this madness.” As has been the case for several months, Russian and Ukrainian authorities on Sunday returned responsibility for the bombings to each other. The international agency has two inspectors at the plant who are due to assess the damage on Monday morning. The reactors were not damaged, but “More like an area where they find fresh and spent fuel”said Mr Grossi.
Argentina: death of the voice “Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo”. Hebe Pastor by Bonafini, who has been the voice of “Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo”, died Sunday at the age of 93. tireless representative “disappeared” Of the Argentine dictatorship, Bonafini experienced “an enormous personal tragedy, the disappearance of his two sons and daughter-in-law at the hands of the centurions of the dictatorship,” writes Clarin. “She turned that personal pain into a collective pain, giving her drama and that of other mothers a social dimension.”. But she was also a controversial figure: she “rejoiced” 9/11 attacks, threw France back to its colonial past with the Charlie Hebdo bombing and there was an upsurge of scandal “corruption”reminiscent of an Argentine newspaper.
President in Kazakhstan: Tokayev is declared the winner. Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, 69, is expected to return for seven years at the head of Central Asia’s largest country. According to exit polls, the outgoing president received from 82.2% to 85.52% of the vote. “Despite Tokayev positioning himself as a reformer, he did not allow genuine opposition parties to register to run in the elections.”allocated RSE-RS. A former protégé of ex-president Nursultan Nazarbayev, Tokayev promised to develop the economy and improve democracy when he came to power. But in January last year, demonstrations against the high cost of living escalated into riots, after which they were brutally suppressed, resulting in the death of 238 people.
Source: Courrier International