A controversy arose this Thursday at the El Dorado International Airport, in Bogotá, after a video was released in which it is observed that an Migration official hit a traveler. (You can read: Witness to the attack on a traveler in El Dorado tells what happened before recording)Sánchez acknowledged that he made a mistake. “The man tells me: “That shit doesn’t work for an ass.” To which I tell him that if it doesn’t work for you, make the normal line. I told him not to insult me anymore, that I couldn’t take his insults anymore and that was useless. she kept insultingAccording to the official, the young man constantly insults him.
On the field, Morocco demonstrated superiority and was rewarded with a free-kick by Sabiri, in error by goalkeeper Courtois. The Croatians and Canadians complete the round this Sunday, in a game scheduled for 1 pm, at Khalifa International Stadium, in Doha. The gameFavorites, Belgium even had more of the ball and finished in greater numbers during the first half, but failed to impose itself against Morocco. Pushed by the crowd that packed the stadium, the African team proved to be a respectable challenger. The move ignited the Moroccan crowd, which turned the stadium into a pressure cooker against Belgium.25 minutes ago Upjobsnews.com
This will also be his second World Cup, although he did not convert in his first participation (3 games). The Lions qualified for their third World Cup and second in a row after eliminating Egypt on penalties in an African playoff. Your most important surnames: center-back Kalidou Koulibaly (second World Cup) and goalkeeper Edouard Mendy (first World Cup), both from Chelsea. His best performance in 11 previous appearances was the 2002 Korea-Japan quarterfinals while his great figure is attacker Christian Pulisic (Chelsea, first World Cup). (AFP)Wales, meanwhile, achieved the seemingly impossible by getting into the second World Cup in its history after beating Ukraine in the playoffs.6 days ago Upjobsnews.com
Shortly before the NATO foreign ministers’ meeting, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg emphasizes the importance of German arms deliveries – and calls for further support in WELT AM SONNTAG. “Germany’s strong support makes a decisive difference,” NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg told WELT AM SONNTAG two days before the meeting of the defense alliance’s foreign ministers in Bucharest. “The arms deliveries from Germany save lives. We all need to maintain and increase our support for Ukraine,” the former Norwegian prime minister said. Stoltenberg also discussed current developments in the Ukraine war.11 hours ago Upjobsnews.com