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BOLA – Filipe Nusi sanctions the resumption of the provincial championships (Mozambique)

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President of the Republic Filipe Nyusi gave the green light this Wednesday for the start of the provincial championship and the resumption of training in Mozambique.

The head of state, speaking in the context of the gradual easing of restrictive measures introduced to combat Covid-19, also announced the reopening of beaches, public pools and the resumption of preschool education, but in compliance with all prevention protocols.

In his address to the Nation, Nyusi also stated that the curfew, in effect at the level of all cities in the country, will be from 23:00 to 4:00. Note that earlier the curfew was in effect from 22:00.

Still as part of the deconfiguration measures, Filipe Niusi has defined an extension of the opening hours for alcoholic drinks (bottled) stores, which will be from 9:00 to 17:00 Monday through Saturday and must remain closed on Sundays. , holidays and days of tolerance, and extended the period of closing restaurants by one hour until 21:00.

He also said that the resumption of the issuance of business and work visas is allowed, the resumption of the work of medium and large gymnasiums.

As for the memorial ceremonies, the number of participants is from 20 to 30.

It should be noted that the new coronavirus has already caused 832 deaths in Mozambique and there are currently 620 active cases.

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Trump accuses FBI of stealing three passports

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Donald Trump has used social media to file yet another accusation against the FBI after a search of a house in Mar-a-Lago, where several classified documents were seized. This time, the former US president claims that the federal police stole three of his passports.

Again classifying the government’s interference as a political attack, Trump used the network most valued by the American far right, Social Truth, to ask for the return of documents, apparently wanting to use the network as a form of official communication with the authorities, and later claimed that three passports, including expired ones.

However, the Department of Justice has already assured that it does not have documents proving the identity of Donald Trump.

In addition to the Espionage Act violations, Trump is also under investigation for alleged obstruction of justice and destruction of federal government documents, the paper said after a Florida judge released the documents with the information.

The warrant that allowed the FBI (U.S. Federal Police) to search the Trump mansion in Mar-a-Lago, Florida on Monday last week shows agents were looking for evidence of mishandling of confidential documents by some of the Republican politician, including some labeled “top secret”, which is a violation of three criminal laws.

Conviction under these laws can result in imprisonment or a fine.

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Thus, the search warrant authorized FBI agents to seize materials from the Trump residence to investigate crimes related to the Espionage Act, which prohibits the unauthorized possession of national security information that could harm the United States or aid an adversary.

Donald Trump, who categorizes the searches at his residence as “un-American, unjustified and unnecessary,” has already demanded “immediate” disclosure of this federal warrant used by the FBI.

Hours earlier, the Justice Department had also asked the court to vacate the warrant, with Attorney General Merrick Garland citing “significant public interest in the matter.”

The DOJ request is surprising given that such documents traditionally remain sealed during ongoing investigations.

However, the Department appears to acknowledge that its silence in the aftermath of the searches has opened up space for verbal attacks from Trump and his allies, and that the public has a right to know the FBI’s perspective on what prompted Monday’s action. house.

“The clear and strong interest of the public in understanding what happened under these circumstances goes a long way in favor of the discovery,” the petition filed in federal court in Florida on Thursday said.

Now, in addition to the warrant that authorized the search, a long list of documents seized on Monday by FBI agents has also been made public.

The Wall Street Journal reported that agents found classified documents, including some “top secret” documents that were supposed to be kept only in special government offices.

The newspaper, which had access to the list of seized materials, explains that the FBI seized a total of 20 boxes from the Trump mansion in Mar-a-Lago, including 11 collections of classified materials.

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The Wall Street Journal also reports that some documents have been marked “Top Secret”, the highest level of confidentiality that can be applied to information in the intelligence system of the United States of America (USA).

Among the materials recovered by the FBI and described in detail are files related to the presidential pardon of former Trump associate Roger Stone, information about French President Emmanuel Macron, and documents related to nuclear weapons.

To obtain a search warrant, federal authorities must prove to a judge that there is good reason to believe that a crime has been committed.

Garland said she personally approved the warrant, a decision she said was not an easy one to make, as standard practice, whenever possible, is to opt for a less intrusive tactic than a house search.

The operation, carried out at the residence of Donald Trump, infuriated loyal supporters of the Republican, provoking “political persecution.”

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Putin promotes Russian weapons used “in real” combat conditions

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“Russia is ready to offer its allies and partners the most modern weapons, from firearms to artillery, armored vehicles, fighter aircraft and drones,” Putin said at the opening of the Army-2022 international arms exhibition in Moscow. Moscow region.

Putin said that Russia has “many allies” and emphasized “historically strong, friendly and trusting ties with the countries of Latin America, Asia and Africa.”

He also emphasized that these countries “do not submit to the so-called hegemonic power, their leaders show authentic character and do not submit” to anyone, as they are committed to sovereign development and the collective solution of regional and global security problems based on international law. .

“In this way, they contribute to the defense of the multipolar world,” the President of Russia said, addressing military personnel from different countries and in the presence of Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu.

The head of the Kremlin stressed that “virtually all” weapons that Russia wants to export “have been repeatedly used in real combat conditions.”

“Many of these weapons are years and even decades ahead of similar foreign counterparts,” he said, referring to hypersonic weapons that Moscow believes can overcome any anti-missile shield.

Moscow “protects the development of the broadest possible and multilateral military-technical cooperation,” said Putin, who invited Russia’s allies to take part in joint military maneuvers with Russian troops.

Russia said it has exported $5.4 billion worth of weapons since the beginning of the year and plans to sell a similar amount in the second half of 2022, when Western-imposed sanctions over Russian military intervention in Ukraine are in place, which could penetrate even further into the military industry. blocking logistical and financial schemes.

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Britons with little money are turning away from pets as prices rise | home pet

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He stands on his hind legs, always ready to greet any possible owner who comes to the glass door of his cage, presented to him. Harrietdog cocker english Spaniel, black, victim of rejection. As the cost of living rises in the UK, more and more Britons are parting ways with their pets.

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