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Watch Chelsea icons Eden Hazard and Antonio Rudiger in a massive El Clasico brawl as Real Madrid-Barca friendly boils over

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The Friendly Match Between Barcelona And Real Madrid Ended In A Shoving Competition

THERE is no such thing as a friendly El Clasico – as last night’s encounter in Las Vegas proved.

Chelsea heroes Eden Hazard and Antonio Rudiger were both involved in a mass brawl between the two bitter rivals.


The friendly match between Barcelona and Real Madrid ended in a shoving competitionCredit: AP
Eden Hazard Tried To Cool Things Down


Eden Hazard tried to cool things downPhoto credit: Reuters

Barcelona won the game thanks to a £55m 25-yard stunner from Raphinha.

But in typical El Clasico style, the game wasn’t without its lively moments.

The game boiled over just before the break after the brilliant Vinicius Jr.

The Brazilian was cynically hacked to the ground by Jordi Alba – and he didn’t take it well.

Vinicius and his teammate Rodyrgo got into a push match with Barca icon Sergio Busquets after the duel.

That prompted players from both sides – including Hazard and Rudiger – to gear up for a pushing contest.

Hazard held off Busquets while the Barca midfielder grabbed a handful of Vinicius’ shirt as the Belgian tried to calm tensions.

Former blues ace Rüdiger also acted as a peacemaker.


Both Hazard and Rudiger started for Real Madrid in the 1-0 defeat by La Liga rivals Barcelona.

Champions League winner Real had to do without talisman Karim Benzema for the preparatory friendly.

And his absence showed.

Carlo Ancelotti’s team didn’t score a single shot on goal in the entire 90 minutes.

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Watch Chelsea icons Eden Hazard and Antonio Rudiger in a massive El Clasico brawl as Real Madrid-Barca friendly boils over



Fed’s Daly: We haven’t finished the battle against inflation yet

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  • There is good news on the monthly data
  • But inflation remains far too high and far from our price stability target
  • That’s why we don’t want to claim victory over falling inflation
  • Jumping around with the idea that 75 bps is what we need and being prescriptive isn’t optimal
  • A 50 basis point rate hike is my baseline
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Looking for a change, she mentions that what the Fed needs is not a “good report on inflation” but rather looking for aggregate data to reaffirm that the Fed is making progress “a way to significantly reduce inflation and achieve our price stability objective”.

This will help reaffirm bettors’ expectations following the reaction to the US CPI data yesterday. The odds of a 75 basis point rate hike have diminished significantly and so far Fed officials are not pushing hard against that. They want to leave the door open because we will have to start all over again in September with another round of data before the FOMC meeting.


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‘Stranger Things’ Season 5: Everything You Need to Know So Far

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'Stranger Things' Season 5: Everything You Need To Know So Far

stranger things Season 4 is finally over! Things were so well packed that you could imagine the whole To display ending in this last episode.

But no, it’s not the end. There’s still a whole season to come. This could be bad news for the kids who have to prepare to save Hawkins – or what’s left of him. But it’s good news for those of us who just can’t let go of Steve “The Hair” Harrington and the rest of this endearing team.

For more on Stranger Things season 4 volume 2, dive into Easter eggs, links to previous seasons, and character arcs for the cast in our in-depth article. summary of episode 8 and Episode 9 Season Finale Summary. If you burned through season 4, here’s what we know about the upcoming fifth and final season. We will add to this as news is released.


When will the last season of Stranger Things be released?

It’s a bigger mystery than exactly what Erica found under Lucas’ bed. There was a year between the first two seasons, then we had to wait two years for season three and another two for season four. (That explains why children grow up so fast — see our photo gallery to marvel at the differences.) The Duffer brothers bluntly told Variety that the wait shouldn’t be that long this time around, but also that they haven’t started filming yet. So we’re estimating a year and a half, which would put the show in early 2024. (David Harbour, who plays Hopper, guesses mid-2024.)

What is this time jump?

As we said, children grow up. Millie Bobby Brown, who plays 11, is now 18, and Joe Keery, who plays Steve, is 30. Each season jumped forward a year, which would push the final season back to 1987. But if the show jumped more than a year, the younger ones might be able to catch up to their actual age — let’s say the show resumed as they are about to graduate from Hawkins.

The Duffer Brothers, the creators of the series, confirmed a time jump, although they did not reveal details. The problem, however, is that Hawkins is literally on fire as we passed out from season four, so it looks like the kids need to get back to the immediate action. This will be something the Duffers will have to work out when they reopen their show’s writers room.

Less parameters

Season four was all over the place, with Hopper and Joyce mostly in Russia, Eleven starting in California (we still want revenge on mean rink Angela) and part of the team returning to Hawkins. The show jumped between settings pretty easily, but the Duffers say it will focus on keeping everyone together at Hawkins for the final season.

Will Byers likes Mike

The show started in Season 1 with Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) removed, and it looks like the attention might be returning to him. Ross Duffer says Will is “a big part and focus” of the final season. And actor Schnapp told Variety in July 2022 that the rumors were true, his character is gayand has feelings for his best friend Mike, who is in a relationship with Eleven.

“Now it’s 100% clear that he’s gay and he loves Mike,” Schnapp said.

And everything Will does is made more difficult by the fact that he’s still seemingly able to sense a connection to Vecna.

Eddie and Max

New character Eddie Munson sacrificed himself in season four, and the Duffers assured fans the meaningful death was real. It’s possible that actor Joseph Quinn could appear in a flashback (although Alexei couldn’t do that), but the character will not actively participate in the final season.

It’s different for Max Mayfield, who has been an integral part of the show since the second season. Max ended the fourth season in the hospital, as Vecna ​​tried to kill her in the same gruesome, bone-breaking, eye-gouging way he had killed others before her. She is still alive, but not in great shape, and lingers in a coma. It just doesn’t feel like the Duffers will kill Max, though – in fact, maybe that time jump will help his bones (and brain) heal.

Don’t Expect Another “Running Up That Hill”

Kate Bush’s 1985 song Running Up That Hill featured prominently in the fourth season – send the decades-old song around the world. But don’t expect the Duffers to just pick another ’80s song for a Season 5 boost.

“I get asked that question already, it’s like, ‘What’s the song [you] going to do in season 5? “, Matt Duffer said in an interview with Collider. “I’m like, ‘We’re not going to do this again.’ bottle up and, alas, there is only one Kate Bush.

The final will still be long

The season four finale lasted over two hours. The season five finale will also be, but not as long, say the Duffers. But it will go quickly. They note that season five will cut right into the action and joke that the finale will contain “eight endings”. Get ready to lock in some serious viewing time in 2024.

And then a spin-off?

The Duffers teased their fans with a letter saying, “There are still many exciting stories to be told in the world of ‘Stranger Things’; new mysteries, new adventures, unexpected new heroes.”

And they confirmed to Variety that “we have a spin-off idea that we’re super excited about.” The creators say they haven’t revealed the idea yet, even to Netflix, and they think everyone will be surprised. But they also said actor Finn Wolfhard, who plays Mike, guessed the spinoff topic correctly. So unless someone can convince Finn to reveal the secret, we’ll have to wait.


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Your Thursday Briefing – The New York Times

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Your Thursday Briefing - The New York Times

Satellite photos taken after a series of explosions on Tuesday at a Russian airbase in Crimea appear to show at least three craters and at least eight destroyed warplanes, indicating a blow to the Russian military contradicting the Kremlin’s narrative. Russian authorities had previously denied that a plane had been destroyed.

A senior Ukrainian official said the blasts were an attack carried out with the help of partisans, but did not elaborate further. Military analysts said Ukraine does not have missiles capable of reaching the base from territory it controls, more than 100 miles away, and Ukrainian planes are unlikely to penetrate that far. in airspace under Russian control.

Witnesses reported multiple explosions at the Saki base. Officials said at least one person was killed and more than a dozen injured. Sergei Aksyonov, the Kremlin-installed leader of Crimea, said at least 62 apartment buildings and 20 commercial structures were damaged. He declared a state of emergency and raised the level of terrorist threat on the peninsula.

Background: Russia has heavily militarized Crimea since seizing Ukraine in 2014 and has used the peninsula as a vital staging point for military operations since the wider invasion of Ukraine on February 24. Even so, the attack on the airbase suggests that Ukrainian forces are capable of carrying out guerrilla operations there.

In other wartime news:

Days after his home was raided by the FBI as part of an independent investigation, Donald Trump invoked his constitutional right against self-incrimination while being questioned under oath by the state’s Attorney General of New York, Letitia James. The former president answered all the questions posed by her investigators by repeating the phrase “same answer”.

Trump’s refusal to respond substantially could determine the course of the three-year civil investigation into whether the former president fraudulently inflated the value of his assets to secure loans and other benefits. He has long rejected the investigation, but was forced to sit down for questioning under oath after several judges ruled against him this spring.

His only detailed comment, people familiar with the proceedings said, was an all-out attack on the attorney general and his investigation, which he called a continuation of “the greatest witch hunt in the history of our country.” . Reading a prepared statement, he said he was being targeted by lawyers, prosecutors and the media.

Next steps: James now finds himself with a crucial decision: to sue Trump or seek a settlement that could result in a significant financial penalty. And while refusing to answer questions may have offered the safest path for the former president, it could strengthen the attorney general’s position in the weeks to come.

A $1.9 million regional aid package unveiled by the United Nations Development Program on the edge of the Colombian Amazon is an example of how one of the world’s largest sustainable development organizations s associates with polluters, even those who sometimes work against the interests of communities the agency is supposed to help.

A Times investigation found that the UN’s partnerships with oil companies led the agency to act in the interests of those companies. In the program in the Amazon, the UN agency has partnered with GeoPark, a multinational oil company that holds contracts to drill near and potentially on the ancestral lands of indigenous Colombians like the Siona people.

These partnerships are part of a strategy that treats oil companies not as environmental villains but as major employers capable of bringing electricity to remote areas and economic growth to poor and middle-income countries. The development agency has used oil money to provide clean water and job training in areas that might otherwise be neglected.

Answer: The development agency said it supports a clean energy transition and does not encourage drilling. But Achim Steiner, the head of the agency, said its mission was to lift people out of poverty and often involved working in countries built on fossil fuels. “We have to start where the economies are today,” he said. “I don’t see a contradiction, but there is a tension.”

Steve Jobs’ favorite Issey Miyake black turtleneck was by no means the Japanese designer’s most interesting garment. It was perhaps even his most banal. But the turtleneck embodied the founding principles of Miyake and served as a door through which even those not particularly interested in fashion could enter the Miyake universe.

Monuments have long commemorated the loss of human life caused by calamitous events: wars, genocides, terrorist attacks.

But Covid-19 poses a unique challenge. Millions of people died, but not in a single event or in one place. Now, as the death toll continues to rise, communities are building new monuments and expanding existing ones, trying to cope with their mounting grief.

In Malaysia, photographs and biographies of victims are updated online. White ribbons flutter on a church fence in South Africa and white flags dot the National Mall in Washington. In London, family and friends wrote the names of their dead on a wall along the River Thames above.

“We really need to remember, and we need to do it now,” said Erika Doss, a researcher at the University of Notre Dame. “Covid isn’t over. They’re kind of weird memorials in that names are added. They’re sort of fluid. They’re timeless.

That’s it for today’s briefing. Thanks for joining me. -Natasha

PS The Times won a Pulitzer last year for its Covid coverage. The pandemic prevented the medal from being displayed in the Times Building – until now.

The latest episode of “The Daily” is about the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago.

You can reach Natasha and the team at [email protected].

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Elon Musk’s SpaceX loses Starlink rural broadband subsidies

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Elon Musk'S Spacex Loses Starlink Rural Broadband Subsidies

The Federal Communications Commission has canceled more than $2 billion in grants previously awarded to Elon Musk’s SpaceX and a small internet service provider after the regulator ruled the companies were unlikely to meet the requirements of government funding to help expand broadband access.

The FCC had awarded SpaceX, formerly known as Space Exploration Technologies Corp., $886 million in 2020 to provide faster internet to places with poor connectivity or no broadband through its Starlink satellite service.


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Lynx beat Mercury to seize control of playoff destiny with 2 games left

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Lynx Beat Mercury To Seize Control Of Playoff Destiny With 2 Games Left

With a pair of games left, the Minnesota Lynx controls their playoff destiny.

Aerial Powers scored 14 points off the bench and provided a fourth-quarter spark, and Minnesota won 86-77 at Phoenix on Wednesday night.

Moriah Jefferson scored just six points, including a dagger with 35 seconds left, but added a career-high 12 assists. Jessica Shepard scored 15 points and added a dozen rebounds.

Minnesota has won 20 of 23 regular-season games against Phoenix since August 2015, including 10 straight in Arizona.

Minnesota, Atlanta, New York and Phoenix are tied for seventh place in the standings at 14-20 with Los Angeles one game back. Only two will make the postseason; however, the Lynx own the first tiebreaker over the other three teams.

The Lynx, who have won four of their past five, have two tough games left: home against Seattle (20-13) on Friday and at Connecticut (22-11) on Sunday.

Powers, who’s started 30 of 33 games, returned to the Lynx lineup after missing Sunday’s game with left knee soreness.

She scored on a drive with 2:46 left and converted a pair of free throws after getting fouled next time down the floor for a six-point lead with 2:09 to go.

“I think she’s gotten to a place where she’s confident what’s going on medically, but now the next step is to not think about it,” coach Cheryl Reeve said pregame. “This is one of those things that’s going to continue to bother her, much like Moriah, that you just have to keep working though it.”

Sylvia Fowles converted a feed from Jefferson before the latter iced the win with a long jumper. Fowles finished with 16 points and nine rebounds.

Kayla McBride led the Lynx with 18 points.

Minnesota shot 46.2 percent but missed too many shots in the paint and open jumpers.

Still, it’s a win.

In her second game back after giving birth May 25, Napheesa Collier overcame early foul trouble, looked more comfortable in the offense and finished with 11 points.

Sophie Cunningham (24 points) and Shey Peddy (21) hurt the Lynx from deep, going a combined 11 of 20 on 3-point shots. Phoenix played without guards Diana Taurasi (quad) and Skylar Diggins-Smith (personal reasons).

Minnesota, thanks to a 13-5 run to end the first half, led 42-40 at the break. It was down 60-59 going to the fourth quarter.

To make room for Powers’ return, the Lynx released forward Nikolina Milić from her hardship exception. The 6-3 rookie averaged six points and three rebounds in 31 games.

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