‘We have a heart’: American historian Brent Renaud was killed when Russian soldiers opened fire
American photographer Brent Renaud was killed on Sunday in Ukraine when Russian soldiers set fire to a car in Irpin, a city outside the capital Kyiv. A second American historian, Juan Arredondo, was rushed to hospital with shrapnel wounds, police said. Arredondo, 46, told Italian historian Annalisa Camilli that the two men were picking up refugees fleeing the area when their car rolled into a tourist spot and the Russians began to search. pana.
- Russia may be preparing to use chemical weapons in Ukraine, a move to pull off a “serious problem,” White House security spokesman Jake Sullivan said Sunday. The warning came hours after Russia attacked a military training ground in western Ukraine that killed at least 35 people and injured 134, a local official said. The invasion took the war within 25 miles of the border with Poland.
- Russian ships were seized in Europe While nations love Ukraine’s harsh sanctions that include confiscating the assets of Russia’s economy. World leaders believe economic sanctions pointing to the inner circle of Vladimir Putin’s oligarchs could force the Russian president to end his terrorist attack on Ukraine. Italy announced on Saturday it had seized a $ 580 million superyacht fitted with Russian power and engineer Andrey Igorevich Melnichenko.
Sixth recap: Russian planes attack western Ukraine; Biden called for the opening of normal trade relations with Russia.
Tom Brady changes his mind about retiring, back to the Buccaneers
Tom Brady is not finished. More than a month after he announced his retirement plan, the seven-time Super Bowl-champion quarterback announced Sunday that he would actually return to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the 2022 season, his 23rd in the NFL. He posted the news on social media: “I’m coming back for my 23rd time in Tampa. LFG career is never over. Brady and the Buccaneers are looking to re -create the Super Bowl title last season, it ended the division round at the end of the game in a 30-27 loss to Super Bowl-champion Los Angeles Rams.Brady, who turned 45 in August, made it to one of his best numbers in 2021.
March Madness is in full swing
March Madness continued Sunday with the announcement of 68-team venues for the NCAA men’s and women’s junior tournaments. In the men’s division, Gonzaga, Arizona, Baylor and Kansas are number 1. And in the women’s tournament, South Carolina is number 1 overall, with Stanford, Louisville and NC State the other teams on top of the league. their land. For the first time, the men’s and women’s competitions will feature 68 teams, 32 candidates from national councils and 36 other major selections. In 2021, male competition will be held on campuses in Indiana and female competition will be held at locations in San Antonio and Austin, Texas, due to coronavirus infection. This year, the two events will begin recording games at stadiums around the country with the men’s Final Four being held at the Caesars Superdome in New Orleans on April 2 and 4 and the women’s last four for the Target Center in Minneapolis on April 1 a. 3.
Barack Obama reported well for COVID-19
Former President Barack Obama has tried his best for COVID-19, he announced online on Sunday. “I just tried to be good for COVID. I had a sore throat for two days, but I’m fine in any other way. I’m grateful to Michelle for the medication and strengthening, and she tried bad, “Obama wrote on Twitter. “It’s a reminder to be arrested if you’re not ahead, as the cases are decreasing,” the former president said. Obama has been a staunch supporter of drugs since its inception. He is a strong supporter of health care practices such as masking and lifestyle walking that are thought to prolong the spread of the disease that COVID-19 initiates.
Traci Braxton, singer, true TV star and sister of Toni Braxton, has died at 50
Traci Braxton, singer, actress, reality TV star and sister of Toni Braxton, has died after battling cancer. He was 50. Braxton’s death was confirmed by her sister Toni, who posted a black and white photo of the Braxton sisters with a touch note on Instagram, writing that Traci died Saturday. Traci Braxton’s husband Kevin Surratt said he has been “personally working on some form of treatment for Esophageal cancer” for the past year. Traci, the third eldest of the Braxton six brothers and known for her love of cars, grew up singing in church with her sisters Toni, Towanda, Trina, the TV man. Tamar, and brother Michael. The sisters formed a band called The Braxtons and released their first “Good Life” in 1990.
West Point cadets among 6 to finish cocaine-laced fentanyl on spring break
The U.S. Military Academy and firefighters said Friday at least two of the school’s cadets, including a football player, were involved in a situation where six people were seriously injured in the shooting. fentanyl-laced cocaine at a Florida vacation home during spring vacation. Two of the six were in critical condition, rescue and crisis officials said. A West Point official told The Associated Press that one of the cadets detained at the hospital was an army football player. Fentanyl is an unpredictable synthetic painkiller for promoting an increase in drug overdoses. It is 50 to 100 times more potent than morphine and is used to treat severe pain, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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