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PostPosted: Thu 9 Aug - 12:27 (2018)    Post subject: RIO DE JANEIRO Reply with quote

RIO DE JANEIRO Teez Tabor Jersey , Dec. 27 (Xinhua) -- Former Uruguay international striker Sebastian "Loco" Abreu has set a world record by signing for his 26th professional club.

The 41-year-old said on Twitter that he agreed to a 12-month contract with Santiago outfit Audax Italiano after parting ways with their Chilean rivals Puerto Montt.

He surpasses retired German goalkeeper Lutz Pfannenstiel, who remains the only player to have represented clubs in six continents.

Since starting his career with Uruguay's Defensor in 1995, Abreu has had spells with clubs in Argentina, Spain, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Israel, Paraguay and El Salvador.

In 2017 he scored 11 goals in just 13 league appearances for Puerto Montt in Chile's second division.

The former Deportivo de La Coruna forward has been capped 70 times for Uruguay's national team, scoring 20 goals.


Photo taken on Dec. 25, 2017 shows a view of the scene of an airstrike in Sanaa, capital of Yemen. A family of nine members, including five children, were killed on Monday morning when Saudi-led coalition warplanes hit the family's house five times in Yemen's capital Sanaa, residents and a Xinhua photographer at the scene witnessed. (XinhuaHasan Bamashmous)
SANAA, Dec. 25 (Xinhua) -- A family of nine members, including five children, were killed on Monday morning when Saudi-led coalition warplanes hit the family's house five times in Yemen's capital Sanaa, residents and a Xinhua photographer at the scene witnessed.

"Father, his wife, two women (who are sisters to the father), and five little children were killed on the spot after their house was hit by five missiles fired from fighter jets of the Saudi-led coalition," Xinhua photographer reported.

Rescuers and medics said five other people from nearby houses were critically wounded.

Residents said the targeted family's small house is located inside a cemetery near a densely populated neighborhood.

Several houses in the area were badly damaged.

The residents said the father was working as a guard of the cemetery, which contains graves of Egyptian soldiers who were killed in 1962 when they helped Yemenis in their revolution against Imamate regime.

Last week, the Saudi-led coalition airstrikes killed ten women in central Yemen's province of Marib, according to a provincial security official and medics.

The women were killed as the bus carrying them while returning home from a wedding party was hit by the air attack.

On Dec. 13, the coalition launched seven airstrikes on a prison inside a police camp in Houthis-held capital Sanaa, killing 31 prisoners and wounding 59 others, according to Houthis-controlled state Saba news agency.

The Saudi-led coalition has intervened in the Yemeni conflict since March 2015 to roll back the Houthi rebels and support the internationally recognized President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, who was forced into exile by the Houthis.

The war has killed over 10,000 Yemenis, mostly children, and displaced 3 million others, creating one of the world's worst humanitarian crises.


Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (right) looks on as lawmakers raise their hands shouting "banzai!" (Hurrah!) after the dissolution of the Lower House of the Parliament in Tokyo, Japan, on Thursday. Photo: IC
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe dissolved parliament Thursday, effectively kicking off a national election campaign where he faces an unexpected and formidable challenge from the popular governor of Tokyo.

Members of the lower house raised their arms and shouted "Banzai" three times - the Japanese equivalent of "three cheers" - after the speaker read out a letter officially dissolving the chamber.

Voters in the world's third-biggest economy will go to the polls on October 22, as Abe seeks a fresh popular mandate for his hardline stance on North Korea and a new tax plan.

"A difficult battle starts today," Abe told reporters, shaking his fist.

"This is an election about how to protect the lives of people," said the premier. "We have to cooperate with the international community as we face the threat from North Korea."

Abe asked for public support for his "strong diplomacy" on Kim Jong-un's regime, which has threatened to "sink" Japan into the sea and fired missiles over its northern Hokkaido island twice in the space of a month.

"We need to fight for our children's future."

Abe stunned Japan on Monday with a surprise call for a snap election, seeking to capitalize on a weak opposition and a boost in the polls, as voters welcome his hawkish policy toward Pyongyang.

But Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike has upended Japanese politics in recent days, stealing Abe's limelight with her newly launched "Party of Hope" that seeks to shake up the country's lethargic po-litical landscape.

Koike's new party, formally unveiled Wednesday, has attracted an influx of lawmakers from a wide range of ideological backgrounds and has succeeded in unifying opposition to Abe, presenting Japanese voters with a credible alternative to the premier.

Japan's main opposition Democratic Party later Thursday decided not to run candidates in the election, effectively joining forces with Koike's juggernaut.

For the moment, although Koike is leading the party, she is not running for a seat in parliament, preferring to concentrate on governing the world's most populous city in the run-up to the 2020 Olympic Games.
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