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Kathy Hochul · New York
New York City in state of emergency as torrential rain floods subways, roads and basements
Flooding closed roads, disrupted subway service and flooded basements in the New York City area as “dangerous and life-threatening” rainfall overwhelmed the concrete expanse during the Friday morning commute.See the Story
47% Center coverage: 199 sources
Pakistan Politics · Pakistan
Pakistan: At least 52 killed and dozens injured in suicide bomb attack
At least 52 people have been killed and dozens more have been injured in a suicide bomb attack in Pakistan, officials have said. The bombing happened near a Mosque in Mastung, a district in the province of Baluchistan, according to government administrator Atta Ullah.See the Story
45% Center coverage: 148 sources
Europe · Rotterdam
Rotterdam: Student arrested after three people killed in two shootings in university hospital and home
Three people have been killed in the Dutch port city of Rotterdam after two shootings at a university hospital and a home, police confirmed.See the Story
45% Center coverage: 144 sources
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Martinez entered off the bench and hammered four goals in half an hour
In the seventh round of Italian Serie A, we tracked both Milan clubs fighting for the top of the championship standings on Saturday night. First, AC Milan beat Lazio 2-0, and then Inter Milan toiled with Salernitano for an hour. The denouement, however: Lautaro Martinez, who entered the game as a trump card from the bench, hammered all four goals to win with 4:0. The Napoli title defender outscored Lecce (4:0) in the opening match of Saturday.See the Story
Gambling · Slovenia
The lucky one hit the week twice, someone did not come after 1.3 million euros
The Slovenia Lottery will tomorrow night after 38 years hold the last draw for the Sevenmico, the most recognizable and desirable winnings in gambling in Slovenia. The Lotto game is changing with the coming week, and all participants will have approximately four times the chances of winning.See the Story
At the last race Zmarzlik confirmed fourth title
Bartosz Zmarzlik is the world champion in spidway for the 2023 season. The Polish Spidway superstar won at the last stop of the World Cup in his native Torun and thus increased the advantage over his only rival in the fight for laurels Swede Fredrik Lindgren to eight points. For Zmarzlik, this is already the fourth championship title after 2019, 2020 and 2022. Matej Žagar performed in only one race.See the Story
Cooperation would strengthen municipalities, many are too poor for independence
In recent times, it has often been highlighted how vulnerable to natural disasters are small municipalities, which are large in Slovenia. Slovenia is divided into 212 municipalities, about half of which do not have a population of five thousand. So how much sense does it make sense to sustain fragmentation if budgets are hardly enough even to meet current commitments, let alone to fund reconstruction after such a catastrophe that befell us this …See the Story
Celje · Celje
Celians spoiled Muri's plans and fled rivals again
Footballers Celje, led by Alberto Riera, quickly forgot about a slip against Aluminio (1:3). In the 11th round, they booed Mura (2:0) away, who thus remains without a home victory. Bravo left Domžale with 3:2, and the duel was marked by Martin Pečar's masterful goal. Sunday will be in 1. SNL still how varied. It will begin with a spectacle in front of the full stands between Rogaška and Olimpija, will continue with the showdown between Radomlje …See the Story
An outstanding woman who also enchanted Ivan Cankar
In 1918, Minka Skaterne, together with just over a hundred active volunteers, laid the foundations of the Slovenian Library of the Blind and Visually Impaired. The transcripts, under Minka's guidance, in that year “translated” 60 works of fiction by Slovenian writers into Braille, and the result of a one-year work was 150 Braille volumes, each with 130 pages each.See the Story
On the harvest in Brda: “Climate change is a fact” #foto
In Brda's largest cellar they are in the finish plane with this year's harvest. They say that this year's vintage has been challenging, as it has not been for a long time, but they optimistically predict that hard work will also produce good results. Similarly, as is the case for their new ambassador, top skier Ana Bucik.See the Story
Because if there is no trust...
To what extent do Slovenians trust our government, parliament and politicians? What does trust mean for relations between citizens? Why are those governments trusted by citizens effective? Why do I think that the lack of trust in Slovenia is one of the biggest aspects of our further development?See the Story