Condenação de torcedores gera revolta no Egito
Condenação de torcedores gera revolta no Egito
Distracted Driver Jumps Truck Over Drawbridge
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Pelo menos um manifestante morreu neste sábado no Cairo em um confronto com a polícia perto da praça Tahrir.A morte, na ambulância, foi por asfixia devido ao gás lacrimogêneo lançado pelas forças de segurança. Os protestos no Egito ganharam força depois que um tribunal condenou 24 torcedores a penas entre um ano de cadeia e prisão perpétua pelo massacre em um estádio no ano passado. Centenas de egípcios, revoltados, tentaram bloquear o canal de Suez em meio à presença de tanques do exército. Isso porque a justiça também confirmou 21 condenações à morte, que tinham sido pronunciadas em janeiro. Ainda assim, 28 acusados de envolvimento no caso foram absolvidos neste fim de semana. Essas imagens mostram a sede da Federação egípcia de futebol incendiada por causa das sentenças. Em fevereiro de 2012, os distúrbios após uma partida em Port Said entre a equipe local e um time da capital deixaram 74 mortos.Foi o incidente mais sangrento da história da modalidade no país.Dois policiais chegaram a pegar 15 anos de prisão por terem agido com passividade diante da tragédia. Na época do episódio, ativistas acusaram partidários do presidente deposto Hosni Mubarak de instigar a violência para reavivar as tensões no Egito, governado pelo islamita Mohamed Mursi.--SUEZ CANAL, PORT SAID, EGYPT, MARCH 9, 2013, SOURCE: AFPTV- various of protesters massing near a portion of the Suez Canal that they tried to close- various of a fire by the canal starting by protesting- mid of people posing for a photo in front of an army vehicle- various GVs of the Suez Canal--CAIRO, MARCH 9, 2013, SOURCE: VCS / Eddie SaadeNO RESALE FOR NON-EDITORIAL PURPOSES-divers plans de l'incendie à la Fédération égyptienne de football -divers plans de l'incendie au club de foot de la police- various exteriors shots of smoke and flames coming out of the headquarters of the Egyptian Football Association- close-up of the logo of the building 3. Various shots of crowds of people and smoke rising from the building - Medium shot of a smoke rising from a window of the building - pan of outside of the building with smoke coming up- an abandoned chair on the ground - various of destruction inside- Various of people inside the building and destruction inside- fire truck arrives at the scene - various of firefighters spraying water- various of broken windows- various of people trying to put out a fire with garden water hoses- plaque represening footballers- pan of building- various exteriors of the Police Officers' Social Club with smoke coming out the windows- various of firefighters with water hoses- various of people spraying water at the building- shot of men carrying Molotov cocktails after collecting them from the building - wide shot of helicopter flying overhead-PORT SAID, EGYPT, MARCH 9, 2013, SOURCE: AFPTV31 secs of images showing:- various of army deployed on the streets of Port Said50 secs of images showing:- various of members of the Port Said Ultras fan club in a cafe reacting as the verdicts are read out on televisionSUEZ CANAL, PORT SAID, EGYPT, MARCH 9, 2013, SOURCE: AFPTV- various of protesters massing near a portion of the Suez Canal that they tried to close- various of a fire by the canal starting by protesting- mid of people posing for a photo in front of an army vehicle- various GVs of the Suez Canal
A driver was so distracted by his GPS that he accidentally jumped the Flagler Memorial Bridge in Palm Beach, Florida. Luckily, the driver and his passenger were uninjured, but the same can't be said about the bridge. It was shut down for five hours for repairs. The driver was cited for reckless driving, while the GPS wasn't cited at all, because inanimate objects don't have driver's licenses.
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