Los otros vecinos de La Palma afectados por el volcán I MARCA

Sus viviendas no están en la trayectoria de la lava pero también sufren sus consecuencias.
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JUST NU: ”Hur är det ens möjligt?!”

Idrissa Gueye gav PSG ledningen efter åtta minuter. Men sedan tog Manchester City över matchen på Parc des Princes. Pep Guardiolas engelska ligamästare tryckte PSG allt längre ner i planen, och efter drygt 20 minuter fick de ett gyllene läge att kvittera.

Raheem Sterling nådde högst på ett inlägg från vänster. Sterlings nick var bra och tvingade Gianluigi Donnarumma till en kvalificerad räddning där han tippade bollen i ribban.

Returen landade framför fötterna på Bernardo Silva, som hade öppet mål från två meters avstånd. Då träffade portugisens avslut ribban. 

– Herregud Bernardo Silva. Hur är det möjligt, säger C Mores expertkommentator Hasse Backe.

– Det är svårare att inte göra mål än att göra det, fortsätter han.

Matchen pågår. 


ANNONS: Streama UEFA Champions League – bara på Telia och C More.

Trots enorma skulder: Här byggs världens största fotbollsarena

Invånarna i Guangzhou är nu oroliga för att projektet överges.  

– Det är mycket färre arbetare nu än i juni. Då var det hundratals som jobbade, säger en byggarbetare som arbetar på en närliggande byggarbetsplats.  

Arenan kommer ha en kapacitet på 100 000 åskådare och började byggas i april förra året. Den beräknas vara färdig under 2022 och kostnaden förväntas uppgå till 16 miljarder kronor.  

Se bilder från bygget i klippet ovan.  

Las imágenes de drones revelan cómo la lava se acerca peligrosamente al mar

El lomo de la colada es una criatura humeante que se vuelve indescifrable, cuando el dron se acerca demasiado a algunas zonas. Hay que tomar de nuevo altura, para divisar los detalles del recorrido. Aquí observamos bien la presencia, cada vez más cercana, del océano. Con la manga izquierda de la lava amenazando también la montaña.

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Vegas PD details arrest of UFC's Jon Jones

UFC fighter Jon Jones allegedly pulled a woman’s hair and head-butted a police car hours after one of his fights was inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame last week.

An arrest report released Tuesday by the Las Vegas Metro Police Department lays out the sequence of events that led to Jones being arrested Friday morning on two charges: injury and tampering to a vehicle (a felony) and misdemeanor battery domestic violence. Jones was released Friday evening on $8,000 bail and is due back in court on Oct. 26.

Jones was apprehended by police on the Las Vegas strip just before 6 a.m. Friday. When he was taken into custody, the report states that Jones “became irate and smashed his head onto the front hood” of the police vehicle, causing a medium-sized dent and paint chipping. That led to the felony charge of injury and tampering to a vehicle.

In an interview at the Caesars Palace resort, the woman involved in the incident told police that Jones was a “little” physical with her, touching the back of her head and pulling her hair a bit. She said Jones did not hit her. However, police observed blood on the woman’s clothing and a bump on her lip with dried-up blood. She explained that her lips were really dry. Police also observed blood on the bedsheets in the hotel room, the report stated.

The woman, whom ESPN is not identifying, told police that Jones was aggressive with her, but not violent, per the report. He grabbed the back of her hair to prevent her from leaving the hotel room. Police observed the woman with a swollen lower lip and a red mark on her upper right cheek. The woman did not allow photos to be taken, nor did she agree to a voluntary statement or recording of the interview.

A Caesars security guard told police she encountered the woman, who broke into tears when asked if she was OK, according to the arrest report. The woman said she was afraid to go back to the room. She was taken to the security office.

According to the report, prior to being read his Miranda rights, Jones said the Las Vegas Metro PD would be facing a lawsuit for putting him in handcuffs on the biggest night of his life. After his rights were read, Jones “immediately burst into tears,” the report stated. The report described Jones as going through an “emotional roller coaster.”

Jones denied to police that he ever touched the woman and had a hard time remembering certain points of the night, per the report. After the interview, police said that Jones “stated jokingly that he would like to take us all on and see what we could do.” Jones, per the report, feinted like he was going to escape the handcuffs and fight the police officers. The officers told Jones that they were not joking around and that they would use a Taser on him if he continued with that behavior. Jones apologized, the report stated.

Jones, 34, has had several run-ins with the law and outside-the-cage issues, including several DUIs and a felony hit-and-run in 2015. Jones has also failed two drug tests during his MMA career.

Jones, who has never truly been beaten in the cage, is in the middle of moving up from light heavyweight to heavyweight to challenge for that division’s title. He has not fought since February 2020.

When asked about Jones’ arrest, UFC president Dana White said he would see how the fighter’s case plays out legally.

NFL video urges reporting of COVID symptoms

The NFL is stressing the importance of symptom reporting to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in a video featuring coaches Pete Carroll, Andy Reid, John Harbaugh and Ron Rivera.

“It is vital for all players, coaches and other personnel to understand and report symptoms immediately,” NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said in a memo sent to teams on Tuesday and obtained by The Associated Press. “It is also essential for our medical staffs to continue their efforts to monitor everyone in the club environment.”

Dr. Allen Sills, the league’s chief medical officer, opens and closes the 2 1/2-minute video. Seattle’s Carroll, Kansas City’s Reid, Baltimore’s Harbaugh and Washington’s Rivera appear and repeat a simple message: “If you feel something, say something.”

“We encourage players and coaches who are feeling ill, no matter how mild the symptoms, it is best to err on the side of caution,” Reid says.

Sills reminds players if they have symptoms but test negative, they will not be held out of the team environment.

“Symptom reporting is more important than ever,” Sills told the AP. “Vaccinated people may have very different symptoms. Last year, for those who had COVID-19, they might have a high fever and chills and trouble breathing … and with the vaccination they may have only nasal congestion or a mild sore throat or a headache or fatigue.

“It’s challenging to educate people to speak up about symptoms and get tests. It has to happen through multiple forums as we did with vaccinations. Through our athletic trainers and physicians and coaching staffs, there is lots of communication going on.”

More than 93% of players and almost all club personnel are vaccinated.

“When an individual fails to report their symptoms, they are much more likely to bring the virus to their colleague and loved ones,” Goodell said in the memo. “This increases the risk to people around them and puts teams at a disadvantage. We can do better.”

Sills is confident the league won’t have significant problems playing out the season.

“I am much more optimistic than I was last year simply because we have safe and effective vaccinations we’re able to deploy and create safer environments,” he said. “There were so many things we didn’t know entering last season. We are in a much better place than last year and we have these important tools to use in this battle.”

Tomlin, Big Ben: Steelers won't hit 'panic button'

PITTSBURGH — Despite a 1-2 start and a stagnant offense led by a 39-year-old quarterback playing behind a subpar offensive line, Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin is far from ripping up the team’s plans entering the fourth week of the season.

“We’re not going to push the panic button,” Tomlin said in his weekly news conference Tuesday. “What do I mean by the panic button? We’re not going to dramatically change who and what we are at this juncture.

“We’re not resistant to change for the purposes of getting better, but we’re not going to be so unsteady that we move away from our compass, our identity that we’ve worked hard to develop — and will continue to work hard to develop — and the emphasis on the style of play, whatever that may be in all three phases.”

That identity, though, is still something of a mystery. The Steelers rank last in the NFL with just 159 rushing yards through three weeks. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has a QBR of 35.5, which ranks 28th in the league.

After the Week 2 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders, Roethlisberger pointed to himself as a key to finding the unit’s identity.

“The best way to figure out an identity is for the quarterback to play better,” he said. “So that’s what I need to do. I’ll work on me getting myself ready to go and making better reads, better throws and trying to put us in a situation to win a football game.”

Roethlisberger threw two interceptions in Sunday’s 24-10 loss to the Bengals, was sacked four times and took eight total hits, as the offense averaged only 4.8 yards per pass attempt.

Tomlin was firm when asked if using another quarterback to find a spark was a consideration.

“No,” Tomlin said. “There was not.”

Fourth-year quarterback Mason Rudolph has been the only other signal-caller active for games, while Dwayne Haskins has been among the inactives each week. Tomlin also doesn’t have any plans to alter his veteran quarterback’s practice schedule. Roethlisberger hasn’t practiced Wednesdays for at least the past five years.

“This guy has a body of work over the course of not only what we’ve done in preparation this season, but over the course of 18 years that has us taking that approach,” Tomlin said. “That is a global approach. It rests him and rightfully so. He’s an older guy, and the wear and tear of plays affects him differently than younger guys. But also, he’s an older guy and he has a volume of plays that most guys can’t pull from that probably requires more physical work in an effort to be ready to play.

“Also, you’ve got to look at the totality of the journey. We’re going into Game 4. We’ve got many games that lie ahead, and I don’t want to be fielding questions late in the year about the quality of his throwing arm, for example.”

Tomlin’s assertion that they’re going to maintain the status quo and not hit the panic button echoes what Roethlisberger said immediately after the loss to the Bengals.

“We believe in what we’re doing,” Roethlisberger said. “And we’re not going to quit on it. We’re not going to quit on each other. We’ll see when we come in tomorrow. I’m going to look guys in the eye and make sure no one else is quitting. I don’t believe there will be any. Won’t get a quit from me or the coaching staff.”

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Upplagt för jätte- rysare i slutspelet

I fjol avstod Smederna, som vann tre raka SM-guld 2017-2019, från att köra i Elitserien under pandemisäsongen. Inför årets säsong valde laget från Eskilstuna att delta igen, och man har tagit sig hela vägen fram till semifinal mot Rospiggarna. 

Dubbelmötet ser ut att bli en riktig rysare. 

På tisdagskvällen kördes den första av två matcher. Då var hemmalaget Rospiggarna helt överlägsna, i alla fall i 13 av 15 heat. Inför det 14:e heatet ledde Rospiggarna med tio poäng, och hade en jättechans att skaffa sig ett drömläge att nå finalen.

Då vaknade Smederna. Med femettor i de två sista heaten räddade man upp resultatet till att ”bara” förlora med två poäng och har i allra högsta grad slagläge inför returen.

På onsdagskvällen möts lagen i Eskilstuna.  

Upplagt för jätte- rysare i slutspelet

I fjol avstod Smederna, som vann tre raka SM-guld 2017-2019, från att köra i Elitserien under pandemisäsongen. Inför årets säsong valde laget från Eskilstuna att delta igen, och man har tagit sig hela vägen fram till semifinal mot Rospiggarna. 

Dubbelmötet ser ut att bli en riktig rysare. 

På tisdagskvällen kördes den första av två matcher. Då var hemmalaget Rospiggarna helt överlägsna, i alla fall i 13 av 15 heat. Inför det 14:e heatet ledde Rospiggarna med tio poäng, och hade en jättechans att skaffa sig ett drömläge att nå finalen.

Då vakna Smederna. Med två femettor i de två sista heaten räddade man upp resultatet till att ”bara” förlora med två poäng och har i allra högsta grad slagläge inför returen.

På onsdagskvällen möts lagen i Eskilstuna.