Germany vs. Argentina, maghaharap sa championship game ng World Cup 2014
admin • July 10, 2014 • 2752
Argentina’s national soccer players celebrate after their teammate Maxi Rodriguez scored the decisive goal during a penalty shoot-out against the Netherlands at their 2014 World Cup semi-finals at the Corinthians arena in Sao Paulo July 9, 2014. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez Jul 09 2014
Maghaharap sa championship game ng World Cup 2014 ang bansang Germany at Argentina.
Ito ay matapos na talunin ng Argentina ang The Netherlands sa tulong ng penalty shootout sa score na 4-2.
Sabado sa Brazil, Linggo naman sa Pilipinas unang maglalaro para sa ika-3 at ika-4 na puwesto ang Brazil at The Netherlands.
Sa linggo naman, araw sa Brazil at Lunes sa Pilipinas gaganapin ang championship showdown ng Germany at Argentina sa Maracaña Stadium sa Rio De Janeiro. (UNTV News)
Germany has declared its first confirmed case of the coronavirus that broke out in China.
Bavaria’s health department said late on Monday that a man in the town of Starnberg, 30 kilometers (19 miles) southwest of Munich, has been confirmed as suffering from the virus.
The patient is in “good condition” and isolated under medical observation, Bavaria’s state health ministry said in a statement posted on its website. It did not disclose any details of the patient’s age or nationality.
“People who have been in contact (with the patient) have been informed in detail about possible symptoms, hygiene measures and transmission channels,” the minsirty said in the written statement.
The virus, that broke out in the central Chinese city of Wuhan at the end of last year, has so far killed 100 people, infected over 2,800 others, stranded tens of millions during the big Lunar New Year holiday and rattled global markets.
Cases linked to people who travelled from Wuhan have been confirmed in a dozen countries, from Japan to the United States.
The President of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, Josef Schuster, called the synagogue shooting in Halle shocking and criticized the lack of protection of the synagogue by local authorities.
“We have not experienced an incident of this kind ever before in Germany. It shows that right-wing extremism is not only some kind of political development, but that it is highly dangerous and exactly the kind of danger that we have always warned against”, Schuster said on Wednesday (October 9).
He also called for a better protection of the Jewish community in general.
Two people were killed in shooting attacks on a synagogue and a kebab bistro in the eastern German city of Halle and one suspect was arrested, but two others fled in a hijacked a car, officials said.
The violence occurred on Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the calendar in Judaism when Jews fast, seeking atonement.—Reuters
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