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#1 08-11-2018 02:41:16

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BERLIN Jordan 1 High OG For Sale , July 15 (Xinhua) -- Berlin, about 7:00 a.m. in the morning, hours before the world championship heroes show up at the city's landmark Brandenburg Gate, a veritable sea of German football fans have already been crammed into the fan mile, eager to see the Word Cup winners.


Tuesday is the day when the world championship heroes return back to Germany after a cliffhanger victory against Argentina and their first stop is the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin.


Instead of at 9:00 a.m. as planned, the aircraft carrying the Word Cup winners home arrived around 10:00 a.m. in the capital airport due to the consequences of a collision with a luggage cart.


However, this one hour delay and the blistering heat didn't damp any enthusiasm, as they are nothing to the football fans compared to 24 years of waiting for the fourth title.


For the German footfall fans, the championship title was hard-earned but deserved, as an excited football fan told Xinhua: "We deserve this title! Our boys deserve the honor! They have the strongest will, which no other competitors can beat! Winning the world championship means a new day in German history!"


According to the local organizers, up to 500,000 fans are expected to receive the world champion at the fan mile on Tuesday, exceeding the crowd at the championship finals, which drew about 350,000 people to Brandenburg gate.


The first wave of collective ecstasy came when the plane carrying the German national team members flew over the Brandenburg Gate at around 10:00 a.m..


As the plane landed, the Word Cup winners boarded the bus parade marching to the Brandenburg gate.


After about five hours waiting, the flag-waving crowd erupted in applause and cheering, when the open-air-bus carrying the German national football team finally arrived before Brandenburg gate.


Amid loud cheers, Germany coach Joachim Loew thanked the fans for the support from the home in an interview on the stage in front of Brandenburg Gate.


"It was of course a long way to the title and in the end it was insanely difficult, but we are insanely happy to be here now with the fans," Loew said.


"Without you we would not be here. We are all world champions," said the coach.


Bastian Schweinsteiger was also blown away by the cheering on the Berlin fan mile, as he said: "It's unbelievable what kind of reception people here in Berlin gave us."


At about 14:00 o'clock, the interactive celebration between the German football team and fans came towards an end, however, the Germany's passion for football would never do.




BEIJING, June 16 (Xinhua) -- On-demand mobility (ODM) service Didi said Thursday that it had secured 7.3 billion U.S. dollars in equity and debt financing, ramping up the Beijing startup's cash pile to 10.5 billion dollars.


Didi raised 4.5 billion dollars in equity financing, including1 1 billion dollars from Apple and 300 million dollars from China Life Insurance. It also counts earlier backers such as Alibaba, and its financial spin-off Ant Financial, Tencent, China Merchants Bank and SoftBank as participants in its latest round of equity financing.


The company also secured 2.5 billion dollars in syndicated loans led by China Merchants Bank and 2 billion yuan (around 300 million dollars) in long term debt from China Life Insurance.


Rival Uber announced earlier this month a 3.5 billion dollar funding injection from the investment arm of Saudi Arabia.


Didi said the funding, which is the largest amount it has raised since it merged two separate firms in early 2015, will be spent on technology upgrade for its online platform to match transportation demands with drivers, data mining and business expansion in China and overseas.


CAPE TOWN, May 29 (Xinhua) -- A growing and alarming trend in sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) among South African peacekeepers calls upon commanders to ensure that discipline be enforced, Minister of Defence and Military Veterans Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula said Monday.


"We must all hang our heads in shame that some of our soldiers have been found guilty of SEA," Mapisa-Nqakula said at the De Brug Army Base outside Bloemfontein, Free State Province, in a speech marking the International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers which falls on May 29.


These matters involved South African contingents in peace missions, especially in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), said the minister.


According to figures provided by the minister, seven SEA cases involving South African peacekeepers were registered in 2015, five in 2016, and three at end of March 2017 since the start of the calendar year.


"One case of SEA is one case too many," Mapisa-Nqakula stressed.


The reverberations it causes throughout the contingent and image it gives South Africa reversed the gains the country has made over the entire period of almost two decades it has been involved in peace missions, the minister said.


"This calls upon commanders to ensure that there is discipline enforced, and we are taking this matter very seriously ... to a point of tabling extensive amendments to the Military Discipline Bill during this year," she said.


During a visit to the South African contingent in Goma, the DRC in early March, the minister sharply raised her intolerance about SEA and made the point that all must be done to prevent it where and when it happens, that serious appropriate steps must be taken against the perpetrators.


South Africa has deployed more than 3,000 peacekeepers to contribute to peace and stability in Africa, among them more than 1,000 in eastern DRC as part of a UN intervention brigade trying to bring peace to the conflict-torn region.


The peace mission has been haunted by sex abuse scandals. Last year, the UN said it received 44 allegations of sexual abuse by peacekeepers and staff in its missions,. Cheap Jerseys China   Cheap Jerseys   Cheap Jerseys China   Cheap Jerseys China   Wholesale Soccer Jerseys   Wholesale NHL Jerseys Cheap   Wholesale Authentic NFL Jerseys   Wholesale Authentic NCAA Jerseys   Cheap Jerseys From China   Cheap Baseball Jerseys

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