Atlante - notizie dal mondo in tempo reale e lingua originale

Raccontare il mondo o leggere il mondo? La domanda non è superflua perché “conoscere” è – sovente – conoscenza scritta da altri (e non controllatia. “Leggere il mondo” vuol dire, invece, monitorare (facendo la tara di quel che si racconta) il racconto.

HOP FROG, in questo contesto, offre un nuovo servizio (naturalmente gratuito) che si innesta su quello che i maggiori Media mondiali scrivono, raccontano e su cui si legge (e si interpreta) la quotidianità. Il “motore” parte da Salerno. Un’opportunità, pertanto, per coloro che vengono a Salerno (per turismo, lavoro ed altro) ma anche per studenti (per esempio i molti Erasmus risiedenti a Salerno) ricercatori, docenti, studiosi, imprenditori etc.

Atlante, dunque, come “lente specifica” (ma non deformante) per chi da Salerno (ma non solo, naturalmente) vuole restare “al centro del fiume”. Nel flusso della quotidianità senza abituarvisi.

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    Martedì, 19 Gennaio, 2021 - 06:00
  • LIVERPOOL: Manchester United’s Portuguese midfielder Bruno Fernandes warms up ahead of the English Premier League football match between Liverpool and Manchester United at Anfield in Liverpool, north west England on January 17, 2021. — AFP

    PARIS: The number of international transfers of male players in 2020 dropped by 5.4 percent compared to the previous year, while total transfer fees were down significantly, by 23.4 percent, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, a FIFA report published Monday revealed. In its Global Transfer Market Report, world football’s governing body said that the total amount spent on transfer fees of $5.63 billion was down by $1.7 billion on 2019, a fall of nearly a quarter to the lowest cumulative amount since 2016.

    Unsurprisingly, English clubs spent by far the most, with transfer fees totaling some $1.63 billion, followed by Italian clubs who spent a combined $731.5 million on international moves. Spanish clubs received the most, the report said, with $785.7 million. Without giving a specific figure, FIFA said that Chelsea spent the most of any club in Europe ahead of Manchester United and Manchester City, followed by Barcelona, Juventus and Leeds United. Meanwhile Manchester City reported the most outgoing transfers of any club, with 45, two more than Croatian champions Dinamo Zagreb and Watford.

    FIFA registered a total of 17,077 international transfers, compared to 18,047 in 2019 and the first decline from year to year since 2010. There were still more transfers than in all of 2018, but FIFA said “the downward trend is clearly due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.”

    The report reveals that only 11.6 percent of all transfers involved players making permanent moves from one club to another, while a large majority — some 62.5 percent — involved transfers of players who were out of contract. Indeed, only 1.3 percent of all transfers involved a fee of over five million dollars, with much of all the money spent concentrated on a select few players.

    The report lists the top 10 transfers in the men’s game, with Kai Havertz’s move from Bayer Leverkusen to Chelsea featuring prominently alongside the likes of Arthur Melo’s transfer from Barcelona to Juventus, Victor Osimhen going from Lille to Napoli, Bruno Fernandes joining Manchester United from Sporting Lisbon and Ruben Dias leaving Benfica for Manchester City.

    Meanwhile, FIFA said the number of clubs involved in transfers of women’s players rose by more than a quarter, reflecting “the impressive strides being made as more and more female football players are turning professional every year.” The biggest transfer in the women’s game was Pernille Harder’s switch from Wolfsburg to Chelsea, followed by the transfer of Malawi’s Temwa Chawinga from Sweden to Wuhan Jiangda in China. – AFP

     

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    Martedì, 19 Gennaio, 2021 - 14:38
  • باشگاه خبرنگاران نوشت: وزیر دفاع گفت: کوچکترین اشتباه دشمن با پاسخ قطعی و سنگین جمهوری اسلامی ایران مواجه خواهد شد.
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  • Нападающий "Милана" Златан Ибрагимович рассказал о шансах команды на завоевания чемпионского титула. "Россонери" 18 января обыграли "Кальяри" со счётом 2:0, а шведский форвард сделал дубль. "Я верю в себя, я верю в Златана", — приводит Goal слова Ибрагимовича. Миланцы лидируют в турнирной таблице Серии А, набрав 43 очка. Команда на три очка опережает "Интер", а остальных конкурентов — на семь баллов.
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  • Аналитики Barclays спрогнозировали рост ВВП еврозоны на 4,7% в 2021 году, однако признали, что из-за резкого роста числа заболевших COVID-19 в Европе, этот прогноз может оказаться чересчур оптимистичным.
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  • قال علماء، الاثنين، إن الإصابة السابقة بفيروس كورونا ربما توفر حماية أقل من السلالة الجديدة التي تم تحديدها للمرة الأولى في جنوب أفريقيا رغم أنهم يأملون في أن تبقى اللقاحات فعالة في الحالتين.~وأثبتت الدراسات أيضا أن السلالة الجديدة ترتبط بشدة وبسهولة
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  • Der griechische Premier Kyriakos Mitsotakis zeigte beim Impfen viel behaarte Haut. Das ist ziemlich plump. Eine Stilkritik für Politiker, die ein Impf-Selfie planen.
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  • The EU, with a population of 450 million, has already secured nearly 2.3 billion Covid-19 vaccines and candidates from six companies. — Reuters pic The EU, with a population of 450 million, has already secured nearly 2.3 billion Covid-19 vaccines and candidates from six companies. — Reuters pic

    BRUSSELS, Jan 19 — The European Union wants to set up a mechanism that would allow the sharing of surplus Covid-19 vaccines with poorer neighbouring states and Africa, the EU health chief said today, in a move that may undercut a WHO-led global scheme.

    The EU, with a population of 450 million, has already secured nearly 2.3 billion Covid-19 vaccines and candidates from six companies, although most of them still need regulatory approval.

    “We are working with member states to propose a European mechanism to share vaccines beyond our borders,” EU health commissioner Stella Kyriakides told EU lawmakers on Tuesday, confirming a Reuters report from December.

    She stressed the mechanism would get vaccines to poorer countries “before Covax is fully operational”, referring to the global scheme co-led by the World Health Organisation set up last summer to ensure a fair distribution of Covid-19 shots across the world.

    Covax is already operational but has so far struggled to secure vaccines. It announced in December deals for nearly 2 billion doses, but the largest part of these shots has been pledged by vaccine makers under non-binding accords because COVAX is currently short of money to book them in advance.

    “Firms will not give you doses if you don’t pay in advance,” a senior EU vaccine negotiator said on condition of anonymity, noting that the EU initiative was the result of Covax having fallen short of expectations.

    Internal documents seen by Reuters showed in December that Covaxco-leaders saw high risks of failure for the mechanism because of insufficient funds and complex contractual arrangements.

    The WHO has warned of risks to fair distribution caused by rich nations’ hoarding of available shots, but publicly remains upbeat aboutCovaxand the possibility of delivering the first vaccines this quarter.

    Kyriakides said the EU vaccine-sharing scheme should prioritise health workers and most vulnerable people in the Western Balkans, North Africa and poorer Sub-Saharan African countries.

    The EU official said the EU could give some vaccines to Covax which would then distribute them to poor countries.

    It is however unclear whether the EU will donate or sell its excess doses. Sweden has set up a mechanism to sell its surplus vaccines. Decisions on sharing vaccines are taken by EU governments. — Reuters

    Martedì, 19 Gennaio, 2021 - 10:52
  • En este país de Manuelito, el Rafael hace de las suyas a pesar de ser prófugo condenado por la justicia. Aquí las leyes son hechas a conveniencia de los políticos cuando están en el poder, sino como se explica esa pugna imparable en el CNE? ¿Qué confianza nos pueden ofrecer las autoridades electorales en estas elecciones?¿ Qué confianza podemos tener los electores en estos candidatos que no pagan impuestos, que tienen juicios pendientes, etc. etc.? ¿Cómo es posible que se les pague a los encargados de las mesas electorales solo 10 dólares y sin costearles la prueba del covid, mientras se destinan millones de dólares para los candidatos presidenciables y asambleístas? Pobre Manuelito, o sea el pueblo, engañado como siempre con falsas promesas de los candidatos que mienten, no les conviene decir la verdad. Los debates presidenciales son buenos para conocer algo de los candidatos, pero no tenemos ninguna garantía de que lo que ofrecen lo van a poder cumplir. ¡Dios ilumina a nuestra gente
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