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A moment of silence in Portuguese football over the tragedy in Indonesia

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A moment of silence in Portuguese football over the tragedy in Indonesia

The Portuguese Football Federation (FPF) announced this Sunday a minute of silence at the competitions it organizes, namely the Portuguese Cup, in memory of the victims of the tragedy that occurred in Indonesia.

“The Directorate of the Portuguese Football Federation announces a moment of silence in memory of the victims of the tragedy that occurred at the football stadium in Indonesia. The official website of the organization.

In the same note, FPF President Fernando Gomes says that “with great surprise and a feeling of deep pain, but also indignation” he learned “of the tragic scale of the events that have taken place in the stadium. in Indonesia”.

“It is with great sadness that I deplore the dramatic consequences of this tragedy, which resulted in the death of more than 170 fans, including many children. A football stadium should be a stage for celebration and joy, not for violence and death,” he said. concluded.

A moment of silence will be observed at the competitions organized by the FPF, namely the Portuguese Cup, the second stage of which will take place this weekend.

Indonesian authorities said 174 people were killed in unrest at the end of a football match in East Java, but acknowledged that the number could rise as many of them were critically injured.

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The tragedy, one of the worst in the history of football, occurred on Saturday evening when about 3,000 fans took to the field after Arema’s home team lost 3-2 to rivals Persebay Surabaya.

Police fired tear gas to try to contain the angry supporters, but their actions caused panic and thousands of people rushed to the exit.

Many people were trampled to death in the chaos of the stampede. At least two police officers were killed in the unrest that spread outside the stadium.

The Indonesian league was suspended and the authorities ordered an investigation into the incidents.

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Joao Semedo, Portuguese Viktor Frankl – Observer

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Joao Semedo, Portuguese Viktor Frankl - Observer

I write these words knowing that at this time the last funeral ceremonies are taking place and honoring the Portuguese Viktor Frankl, Joao Semedo or Johnson for friends. I call him that without fear of being misunderstood, believing that in all of us, and in João Semedo in particular, dwells the same force that lived (or flourished) in the personality of Viktor Emil Frankl, Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King, Jr. Teresa. from Calcutta, Desmond Tutu and many others (just talking about the departed).

I could start by talking about João Semedo and his work, but I can’t because I didn’t have the good fortune to work with him and there are so many others who could do so with great right. I could talk about Viktor Frankl, the famous Viennese neurologist and psychiatrist, but somehow I already did it in last two articles.

What makes me say that I believe João Semedo’s path reflects what Viktor Frankl has always believed in and has led many others to follow in that conviction is that we are within our reach to find the meaning of our lives. helping others find the meaning of life. their lives [1], regardless of our existential biography. For Frankl, in any hopeless situation, there is always an opportunity surpassMos this is us to position ourselves in front of every moment of our lives, counteracting the consequences and symptoms that we may experience, because each of usfromWith this is It is proposed to behave freely and responsibly in all life circumstances. And I believe that João Semedo, faced with adversity and the contexts he experienced, decided to confront life, finding in it the motivation to transcend himself.

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Portugal’s Neemias Kweta scores 20 points in NBA G-League loss to Stockton Kings – World Today News

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Portugal's Neemias Kweta scores 20 points in NBA G-League loss to Stockton Kings - World Today News

Portugal’s Nimias Keta scored 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds on Friday in the Stockton Kings’ 106-108 home loss to the Santa Cruz Warriors in the North American Basketball League (NBA) G-League game.

In a match in which he had 36 minutes to his credit, the Portuguese made eight of 14 field goals and two free throw attempts, and added four assists and two tackles.

After a great game a week ago against the same opponent, with 38 points and 18 rebounds, Nimias was once again the top scorer for the Sacramento Kings second team.

However, this time around, the Portuguese lost the post battle to James Wiseman, number two in the 2020 NBA Draft, who added 24 points and 13 rebounds, in a game in which he converted 11 of 13 “shots” from the field attempt.

The Stockton Kings are now four wins and five losses, fourth in the Western Division, with the Santa Cruz Warriors in fourth with five wins and six losses.

Nehemiah, who went through Barreirense and Benfica in training, has extended his contract with the Kings through the 2022/23 season, re-signing a two-way deal that allows him to play for the first team as well as the secondary side Stockton Kings of the League. G.

The 2.13-meter Pole, 22, became the first Portuguese to join an NBA team since being selected 39th overall by the Sacramento Kings in the 2021 draft on July 29 in New York.

As a rookie (2021-22), Nimias played 15 games for the Kings in which he scored 45 points (average 3.0), 31 rebounds (2.1), eight tackles (0.5) and six assists. (0.4) out of 119.34. minutes (8.0).

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In the 2022/23 season, the Portuguese has not yet been called up to a single game for the Sacramento Kings, who remain in seventh place in the NBA Western Conference (11 wins and nine losses).

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Parties vote against free Portuguese language education abroad | Assembly of the Republic

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The diplomas voted this Friday in the Assembly of the Republic, which offered free teaching of the Portuguese language abroad, were rejected: the Socialist Party voted against and the PSD, among others, abstained.

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