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first_imgFor him Real Madrid it would not be anything strange to play at home in a stadium other than Santiago Bernabeu. The Whites have played six games exercising with local status in fields other than the Coliseum of the Castilian: two in the League and four others in European competitions. In the league we must go back to 1982 when the whites played against Las palmas (1-0, goal of Camacho) at Rico Pérez from Alicante. It was disputed there due to a series of incidents that had occurred on the occasion of a Classic: García de Loza, collegiate of the match, did not want to point out a clear penalty Gerardo to Isidro in the 7th minute. In addition, in the second half, he sent off the Real Madrid Bonet and Metgod. At the end of the match, a rain of pads fell on the field. After the game, the referee explained: “It was not a penalty. If you see that it was a penalty on television, I cut my head off.” And … Yes. Television showed that there had been maximum penalty. García de Loza tried to rectify saying that he could not call a penalty so early in such an important match: he went three months without refereeing …The second time was in 1994. It was the debut of Vicente del Bosque on the Madrid bench. It was on day 28 of the league championship 1993-94. The whites defeated the Lightning at Calderón 5-2 in one of the last exhibitions of Prosinecki. The white coliseum was closed for a meeting when it received an orange ball Francisco Álvarez de la Cruz, line judge, during a Madrid-Tenerife (0-3) of the Copa del Rey. Europe. However, it has been in European competitions where Madrid has had to play more matches at home in distant stadiums. The first time was in the European Cup 1976-77. The altercations that occurred before the Bayern in the 1976 semifinals (a spectator jumped and assaulted Müller and to the referee Linemayr) ended that Madrid should play two games away from the Bernabéu. This is how he played against Stal Mielec at Luis Casanova from Valencia (1-0, Pirri) and before the Witches Belgian in The Rose Garden (0-0).The third time was in 1987. The Whites had to play against him Port again in Valencia (2-1), due to incidents in the 1987 semifinals, where Pfaff, goal of the Bavarian team, suffered a rain of objects. UEFA sanctioned Madrid by playing an empty game (Naples) and another far from Madrid. The Portuguese were measured in the Valencian countryside.The last time was in Seville, and as champion of Europe in 1998. After the scandal of the fallen goal against the Dortmund, had to play a game away from Madrid. He traveled to the Seville capital, to Sánchez Pizjuán, where he beat Inter Milan (2-0).last_img read more

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first_img…accuses Police of shaming herA 58-year-old woman is accusing Police in New Amsterdam of causing her great shame after she was allegedly raped by a home intruder.The upset woman told Guyana Times on Saturday that the man broke into her home and raped her but when she reported the matter, the Police Officers referred to her as a “junkie” and a beggar, saying that no one would want to rape her. She said that as a result, the Police at the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) at Central Police Station refused to carry out an investigation. In tears, the woman said she was not taken to the hospital but made to sit at the Police station.The door which was broken by the intruder to gain access to the houseAccording to the mother of three, the attacker had been stalking her for five nights prior to April 6, 2018, when the attack was carried out. She said the man, who is a vendor at one of the schools in the area, came to her door and told her to open it.She claimed that he left but returned later and ripped apart the front door of the old house.The woman explained that when he entered the house, he used a broken bottle as a weapon, forcing her to have intercourse with him.She added that she opened a window and screamed but to no avail. She claimed that the following morning at about 07:00h, she arrived at the Police station. Later, a brief report was taken and she was told that she would be taken to be medically examined.“They take a short report till about nine o’clock. One of the Policemen ask me if I work and I told them I am a beggar without a permit.”However, as officers started to arrive at work for the day, the woman said she was referred to as “junkie” and a beggar.When she inquired why she was not being taken to be medically examined, she was told that there was no vehicle available. The woman said she remained at the CID department until midday but left after no one was forthcoming.The woman added that she now lives in fear and has since been spending the nights at places she feels are more secure.last_img read more

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first_imgIn 32 years, India will be among the countries with highest growth in world’s urban population, according to the United Nations. India, China and Nigeria will account for 35 per cent of the projected growth of the world’s urban population between 2018 and 2050.By 2050, it is projected that India will have added 416 million people to its urban population, while the corresponding figures for China and Nigeria are 255 million and 189 million, respectively, according to Reuters. Currently, 54 per cent of the world’s urban population lives in Asia despite its relatively lower level of urbanization, followed by Europe and Africa with 13 per cent each, according to the 2018 Revision of World Urbanization Prospects produced by the Population Division of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA).Currently, India has the largest rural population (893 million), followed by China (578 million). While 90 per cent of the world’s rural population in 2018 lives in Asia and Africa, the current 3.4 billion global rural population is expected to rise slightly in a few years and then decline to 3.1 billion by 2050.Two of India’s cities are among the world’s largest. While Tokyo is the world’s largest city, with an agglomeration of 37 million inhabitants, New Delhi comes next with 29 million people, followed by Shanghai (26 million), and Mexico City and São Paulo (each with around 22 million inhabitants).“Today, Cairo, Mumbai, Beijing and Dhaka all have close to 20 million inhabitants. By 2020, Tokyo’s population is projected to begin to decline, while Delhi is projected to continue growing and to become the most populous city in the world around 2028,” the report said.“When urban growth is rapid, ensuring access to housing, water, sanitation, electricity, public transport, education and health care for all is especially challenging,” John Wilmoth, director of the Population Division, said at a UN news conference, according to Reuters. “Managing urban growth to insure that it is sustainable has become one of the most important development challenges of the current century,” he added.Around 2028, India’s population will be greater than China’s. And by 2050, 68 per cent of the world population will live in urban areas, increasing from 55 per cent currently.North America currently has the most urbanized regions (with 82 per cent of its population living in urban areas in 2018), while the corresponding figure for Latin America and the Caribbean is 81 per cent, followed by Europe (74 per cent) and Oceania (68 per cent). The level of urbanization in Asia is now approximating 50 per cent. In contrast, Africa remains mostly rural, with 43 per cent of its population living in urban areas. Related ItemsdevelopmentEconomyUnited Nationslast_img read more

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