Guyana Hosts Tradewinds 2021 Multinational Exercise

11 American countries and three Europeans participate

Brigadier Godfrey Bess at the opening of Tradewinds 2021. Photo: Guyana DPI

19/06/2021 | Caracas

Carlos E. Hernndez

The multinational exercise Tradewinds 2021, sponsored by the Southern Command from the United States (US Southern Command) and which this year has Guyana as host country, began on June 13, with the participation of eleven American and three European countries. The exercise that was scheduled to take place in 2020, but which was delayed due to the Covid 19It will last two weeks and will take place in different regions of the Guyanese territory.

The opening ceremony took place at the military base of Camp Ayanganna and was headed by the head of Mayor state from Guyana Defense Force, brigadier Godfrey Bess, and officials from the fourteen participating countries were present: Belize, Bermuda, Brazil, Canada, the United States, France, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, The Bahamas, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, the Dominican Republic and Trinidad and Tobago.

Caribbean Security

In his speech, Brigadier Bess noted that the exercise Tradewinds 2021 will be focused on Caribbean security and will include training on land, air, sea and cyberspace, and, he said, will strengthen Guyana’s capacity to respond to natural disasters and other threats.

He also said that sustained peace in the Caribbean and other nations is fundamental, especially with unprecedented changes in the spectrum of political, economic, environmental and human sustainability. He also stressed that natural disasters and drug trafficking continue to be threats to social and economic stability in the Caribbean region.

Deployment

Most of the participating countries have sent small military contingents to participate in the Tradewinds 2021. Likewise, naval exercises are programmed, for which reason ships of the navies and coast guard corps of the invited nations have also arrived in Guyana.

The United States, for its part, prior to the start of the exercise, sent a transport plane Lockheed Martin C-5 Galaxy from U.S. Air Force, with personnel and equipment, while deploying helicopters Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk of U.S. Army, in the South American nation.

Finally, it should be said that, since 1999, Guyana did not act as host of an exercise Tradewinds.

US Air Force C-5 Galaxy arriving in Guyana with personnel and equipment. Foto: Guyana Defence Force

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Jeff Bezos’ ex-wife donates $2.74 billion

Jeff Bezos’ ex-wife donates $2.74 billion

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Mackenzie Scott is divorced from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos (AP)

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MacKenzie Scott, the ex-wife of Amazon founder and the world’s richest man, Jeff Bezos, announced yesterday (Tuesday) a donation of $2.74 billion to 286 organizations, including art and anti-racism groups, according to Agence France-Presse.
Scott, 51, pledged to donate half of her fortune, which Forbes magazine estimated at about $60 billion, to charitable causes, mainly due to her divorce from Bezos.
In March, Scott married Dan Jewett, a science professor at Lakeside Private School in Seattle (northwestern United States).
In an article published on Medium, MacKenzie Scott wrote: “Dan and I and a group of researchers, administrators, and consultants are trying to donate the wealth created by systems that need to be modified.”
“We are humbled by the conviction that it is better that unequal wealth not be concentrated in the hands of a few people,” she added, noting that the money could be better used by the organizations that will donate to it.
Prior to this announcement, Scott previously revealed donations totaling more than six billion dollars, highlighting the need to help the people most affected by the economic consequences of the “Covid-19” pandemic and reduce the unequal distribution of wealth.
The list of recipients that will benefit from Scott’s most recent donation includes the Apollo Theater in New York, a US Children’s Defense Fund, and university departments in California, Florida, Texas and Illinois, as well as social justice groups (Res Forward and Borealis). Velantrope»).

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Jeff Bezos’ ex-wife donates $2.74 billion

Jeff Bezos’ ex-wife donates $2.74 billion

Wednesday – 6 Dhu al-Qi’dah 1442 AH – 16 June 2021 AD

Mackenzie Scott is divorced from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos (AP)

Washington: Asharq Al-Awsat Online.

MacKenzie Scott, the ex-wife of Amazon founder and the world’s richest man, Jeff Bezos, announced yesterday (Tuesday) a donation of $2.74 billion to 286 organizations, including art and anti-racism groups, according to Agence France-Presse.
Scott, 51, pledged to donate half of her fortune, which Forbes magazine estimated at about $60 billion, to charitable causes, mainly due to her divorce from Bezos.
In March, Scott married Dan Jewett, a science professor at Lakeside Private School in Seattle (northwestern United States).
In an article published on Medium, MacKenzie Scott wrote: “Dan and I and a group of researchers, administrators, and consultants are trying to donate the wealth created by systems that need to be modified.”
“We are humbled by the conviction that it is better that unequal wealth not be concentrated in the hands of a few people,” she added, noting that the money could be better used by the organizations that will donate to it.
Prior to this announcement, Scott previously revealed donations totaling more than six billion dollars, highlighting the need to help the people most affected by the economic consequences of the “Covid-19” pandemic and reduce the unequal distribution of wealth.
The list of recipients that will benefit from Scott’s most recent donation includes the Apollo Theater in New York, a US Children’s Defense Fund, and university departments in California, Florida, Texas and Illinois, as well as social justice groups (Res Forward and Borealis). Velantrope»).

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From hanging in Boca to playing the Copa América

A year ago, in mid-2020, there were three names on the list of expendable players in Boca. One was Almendra, another Hurtado and the other, Sebastian Perez, a repeated expendable. It was thus that the Colombian ended up going on loan once more, almost by default, Boavista de Portugal. And even, in recent months, the possibility of setting him free was even mentioned.

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For all this, it was surprising when Pérez appeared first in the list of 50 Colombian footballers reserved for the Copa América and then, much more, when He was on the final list ahead of his compatriots who are part of the xeneize squad, Case of Sebastián Villa, Jorman Campuzano, Edwin Cardona and Frank Fabra, although they later joined the last two due to different emergencies.

Sebastián Pérez, back in the Colombian team.

Sebastián Pérez, back in the Colombian team.

Happiness for the return

“Going back to the national team at this stage of my career it has been a balm of tranquility. Perhaps I have been doing things very well at my club, “said Pérez when he learned of a new summons after a five-year absence that coincided with his arrival in Boca, a knee injury and various outings on loan without being able to recover.

“I am a little more mature. I think that in recent years I had a lot of learnings, good things happened to me and others not so good from which one learns. In terms of football, I think I have added a little more aggressiveness, a little more back and forth, a little more intensity Let’s say in Europe they demand it yes or yes like this, “he added.

Moreover, in the debut of Colombia in the Copa América, on Monday with a 1-0 victory against Ecuador by Gustavo Alfaro, Pérez entered in the 60th minute to bank the stop in front of a rival who did not stop adding strikers … “The pride of wearing the most beautiful shirt in the world”Seba said later in a post on his Instagram account.

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His return to the selected coffee grower, despite the image with which they stayed in Boca, has to do with the continuity and level he recovered at Boavista (16 games, 2 goals) and the knowledge with Reinado Rueda, the coach who today directs Colombia and in the past had it in Atlético Nacional, the team with which they won the 2016 Copa Libertadores.

In Portugal, Pérez has a contract until the end of the year and then he should report to Boca to define your future. Will something change after his rebirth in Europe and the return to the national team?

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All the Copa América lists

The mystery is over, the protagonists who will defend the colors of their country in the America Cup to be played in Brazil, they are already confirmed. The local team, which will debut against Venezuela on Sunday the 13th, was the first to make its squad known, followed by Ecuador.

Peru cited 26 players, as did Uruguay. Bolivia at 27; Argentina, Ecuador, Chile, Paraguay, Venezuela and Colombia at 28 allowed. Brazil preferred to carry only 24 footballers.

GROUP A

Argentina

28 footballers, with the absences of Foyth, Ocampos, Buendía and Palomino. Conmebol made it official before AFA, which did so on Friday. A modification was made: Alvarez for Alario.

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Archers: Franco Armani (River Plate), Emiliano Martínez (Aston Villa), Agustín Marchesín (Porto) and Juan Musso (Udinese).

Defenders: Gonzalo Montiel (River), Nicolás Otamendi (Benfica), Germán Pezzella (Fiorentina), Nicolás Tagliafico (Ajax), Lucas Martínez Quarta (Fiorentina), Marcos Acuña (Sevilla), Lisandro Martínez (Ajax), Cristian Romero (Atalanta), Nahuel Molina Lucero (Udinese).

Midfielders: Leandro Paredes (PSG), Guido Rodríguez (Betis), Giovani Lo Celso (Tottenham), Exequiel Palacios (Bayer Leverkusen), Nicolás González (Stuttgart), Ángel Di María (PSG), Rodrigo De Paul (Udinese), Alejandro Gómez (Sevilla ), Ángel Correa (Atlético de Madrid), Nicolás Domínguez (Bologna).

Forwards: Lionel Messi (Barcelona), Lautaro Martínez (Inter), Joaquín Correa (Lazio), Julián Alvarez (River Plate) and Sergio Agüero (Barcelona).

Bolivia

27 footballers for the Bolivians, a priori, the most accessible rival of the group. However, they will try to hit the hit with the historic Marcelo Moreno in the attack. There is a former Boca: Carlos Lampe.

Archers: Carlos Lampe, Ruben Cordano and Javier Rojas.

Defenders: Jairo Quinteros, Luis Haquín, Adrian Jusino, Diego Bejarano, Roberto Fernández, Jorge Flores, Luis Barbosa, Jose Sagredo and Oscar Ribera.

Midfielders:Leonel Justiniano, Juan Carlos Arce, Henry Vaca, Diego Wayar, Moises Villarroe, Boris Cespedes, Erwin Saavadera, Ramiro Vaca, Erwin Sánchez and Danny Bejarano.

Forwards:Marcelo Moreno, Rodrigo Ramallo, Gilbert Alvarez, Jaume Cuellar and Jeyson Chura.

Uruguay

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Master Oscar Tabárez, made two changes Regarding those called up to the Elimination matches, Camilo Cándido by Joaquín Piquerez and Brian Ocampo by Juan Ignacio Ramírez. He also added Maximiliano Gómez and Manchester United figure, Edinson Cavani.

Archers: Fernando Muslera, Martín Campaña and Sergio Rochet.

Defenders: Diego Godín, José María Giménez, Sebastián Coates, Ronald Araújo, Martín Cáceres, Matías Viña, Giovanni González and Camilo Cándido.

Midfielders: Matías Vecino, Federico Valverde, Fernando Gorriarán, Rodrigo Bentancur, Nahitan Nández, Lucas Torreira, Nicolás De la Cruz, Brian Rodríguez and Giorgian De Arrascaeta.

Forwards: Luis Suárez, Edinson Cavani, Maximiliano Gómez, Jonathan Rodríguez, Facundo Torres and Brian Ocampo.

Chile

An Englishman is the surprise on Martín Lasarte’s list, Ben Brereton, who plays for Blackburn Rovers in the second division of British football and who became a Chilean national thanks to his mother. Arturo Vidal joins the list after being out of the Qualifiers for being infected with Coronavirus.

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Archers: Claudio Bravo, Gabriel Arias and Gabriel Castellón.

Defenders: Mauricio Isla, Daniel González, Gary Medel, Guillermo Maripán, Enzo Roco, Francisco Sierralta, Sebastián Vegas and Eugenio Mena.

Midfielders: Tomás Alarcón, Charles Aránguiz, Claudio Baeza, Pablo Galdames, César Pinares, Erick Pulgar, Arturo Vidal, Carlos Palacios, Pablo Aránguiz and Marcelino Núñez.

Forwards: Alexis Sánchez, Ben Brereton Díaz, Jean Meneses, Luciano Arriagada, Clemente Montes, Felipe Mora and Eduardo Vargas.

Paraguay

Eduardo Berizzo gave his 28 names to travel to Brazil. Within the payroll are included five players born in Argentina and 17 that passed through our football.

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Archers: Antony Silva, Alfredo Aguilar, Gerardo Ortiz.

Defenders: Robert Rojas, David Martínez, Omar Alderete, Fabián Balbuena, Gustavo Gómez, Júnior Alonso, Alberto Espínola, Santiago Arzamendia.

Midfielders: Richard Sánchez, Gastón Giménez, Andrés Cubas, Óscar Romero, Robert Piris Da Motta, Alejandro Romero Gamarra, Ángel Cardozo Lucena, Mathías Villasanti, Braian Ojeda, Jorge Morel.

Forwards: Ángel Romero, Carlos González, Braian Samudio, Miguel Almirón, Julio Enciso, Antonio Bareiro and Gabriel Ávalos.

B GROUP

Brazil

The list of those led by Tite It is the least numerous in the Cup: he did not have major absences and repeated the names of the matches by Eliminatory.

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Archers: Alisson, Ederson and Weverton.

Defenders: Alex Sandro, Danilo, Emerson, Renan Lodi, Felipe, Eder Militao, Marquinhos and Thiago Silva.

Flyers: Casemiro, Douglas Luiz, Everton Ribeiro, Fabinho, Fred and Lucas Paquetá.

Forwards: Everton, Gabigol, Gabriel Jesus, Neymar Jr, Richarlison, Roberto Firmino and Vinicius Jr.

Colombia

Reinaldo Rueda left off the payroll to James Rodríguez and chose between various options to Edwin cardona and the scorer of the Gallardo era, Rafael Santos Borré.

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Archers: David Ospina, Camilo Vargas and Aldair Quintana.

Defenders: Yerry Mina, Davinson Sánchez, Óscar Murillo, William Tesillo, Carlos Cuesta, Daniel Muñoz, Stefan Medina and Jhon Lucumí.

Midfielders: Juan Guillermo Cuadrado, Gustavo Cuéllar, Matheus Uribe, Baldomero Perlaza, Sebastián Pérez, Edwin Cardona, Wilmar Barrios and Yairo Moreno.

Forwards: Duván Zapata, Alfredo Morelos, Luis Díaz, Luis Muriel, Miguel Borja, Rafael Borré, Jaminton Campaz, Yimmi Chará and Juan Ferney Otero.

Venezuela

The Vinotinto list has several weight losses: Salomón Rondón’s is the most resonant of all. The center forward, who at the time was polled by Boca, was left out of the Copa América due to physical discomfort. Darwin Machís (from Granada) is the other heavyweight name that was left unaffected by injury. For their part, Wilker Ángel and Rolf Feltscher miss it because they tested positive for Covid-19.

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Archers: Joel Graterol, Wuilker Fariñez and Rafael Romo.

Defenders: Roberto Rosales, Alexander González, Ronald Hernández, Jhon Chancellor, Nahuel Ferraresi, Luis Martínez, Mikel Villanueva, Yohan Cumana and Luis Mago.

Midfielders: Tomás Rincón, Yangel Herrera, Junior Moreno, Cristian Cásseres Jr., Edson Castillo, Bernaldo Manzano, José Martínez, Rómulo Otero, Jefferson Savarino, Richard Celis, Jhon Murillo and Yeferson Soteldo.

Forwards: Josef Martínez, Fernando Aristeguieta, Sergio Córdova and Jhonder Cádiz.

Ecuador

Gustavo Alfaro surprised with the incorporation of José Andrés Hurtado, a young man from Independiente del Valle. The absences of Moisés Ramírez, Pedro Pablo Perlaza, Carlos Gruezo and Juan Cazares stand out.

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Archers: Alexander Domínguez, Hernán Galíndez and Pedro Ortiz.

Defenders: Pervis Estupiñán, Diego Palacios, Robert Arboleda, Xavier Arreaga, Félix Torres, Ángelo Preciado, Piero Hincapié, Mario Pineida and Luis León.

Midfielders: Moisés Caicedo, Jhegson Méndez, Alan Franco, Damián Díaz, José Carabalí, Dixon Arroyo and Christian Noboa, Gonzalo Plata, Angel Mena, Ayrton Preciado, José Carabalí.

Forwards: Enner Valencia, Michael Estrada, Leonardo Campana, Fidel Martínez, Jordy Caicedo. and José Andrés Hurtado.

Peru

Without Paolo Guerrero, Carlos Zambrano or Luis Advíncula, the Gareca Tiger gave the surprise and summoned Santiago Ormeño for the continental contest.

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Archers: Pedro Gallese, Carlos Cáceda and José Carvallo.

Defenders: Aldo Corzo, Luis Abram, Jhilmar Lora, Christian Ramos, Ánderson Santamaría, Alexander Callens, Miguel Araujo, Miguel Trauco, Marcos López and Renzo Garcés.

Midfielders: Martín Távara, Sergio Peña, Christian Cueva, Wilder Cartagena, Renato Tapia, André Carrillo, Yoshimar Yotún, Alexis Arias and Raziel García.

Forwards: Luis Iberico, Álex Valera, Gianluca Lapadula and Santiago Ormeño.

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“Selfie” Shams Al-Baroudi and Hassan Youssef arouse the interest of the Egyptians

“Selfie” Shams Al-Baroudi and Hassan Youssef arouse the interest of the Egyptians

After sharing a recent photo of them on social media

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The photo circulated on the communication sites of Youssef and Shams Al-Baroudi

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A recent “selfie” image of the retired Egyptian artist Shams Al-Baroudi, and her husband, the artist Hassan Youssef, grabbed the attention of the Egyptians during the past hours, as Egyptian and Arab news sites highlighted the widespread circulation of the image amid the interest of the followers, and the image received varying responses, especially after the disappearance of Shams Al-Baroudi from Attention during the past many years after her retirement from the field of art and her commitment to the home.
Followers praised the Egyptian actress for her beauty and distinctive look, despite reaching the age of 76.
Last year, Shams Al-Baroudi appeared to the audience through a telephone interview, in which she denied reversing her decision to retire or to return to acting again, stressing that she left the field of acting more than 37 years ago.
Shams Al-Baroudi, of Syrian origin, retired from art in the mid-1980s, after the screening of her latest film “2 On the Road”, which she starred in front of Adel Imam, and she wore the veil and the niqab, and she has retired from the spotlight since that time, with the exception of a few times in which she appeared in pictures with her family.
Shams Al-Baroudi, who was considered one of the most beautiful faces of Egyptian cinema during the sixties and seventies of the last century, studied at the Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts for only two and a half years. And fat cats, two on the road» and other works.
And last February, her son, artist Omar Hassan Youssef, celebrated her wedding anniversary to his father by publishing an old photo from their wedding ceremony, on his personal account on the “Instagram” website.
According to previous statements by the Egyptian artist Hassan Youssef, his relationship with his wife Shams Al-Baroudi began with a verbal altercation during their participation in the championship of one of the films, before they again co-starred in the films “The Story of 3 Girls” and “Love Journey”, whose scenes were filmed in Syria, and the love story between them began. Before they married in February 1972. They have four children, Nariman, Omar, Mahmoud and Abdullah.
Despite Al-Baroudi’s retirement, Hassan Youssef confirmed that he did not retire from art, but said that he had become more “committed” in choosing his roles. Youssef achieved remarkable success by embodying the character of the late Sheikh Muhammad Metwally Al-Shaarawy through the series “The Imam of Preachers”, which was shown in 2002.
According to critics, the images of retired artists arouse the interest of the public in Egypt remarkably, especially after their disappearance from view and their distance from the spotlight for long periods, as many are interested in comparing the old images that they keep in their minds, of these stars or stars, and the modern image that highlights the stages of their progress in Age.
In December of last year, Omar Hassan Youssef directed “sharp criticism” to the management of the Cairo International Film Festival for not inviting his father to attend the 42nd session of the festival, which was repeated earlier when Omar criticized the management of the El Gouna Film Festival. On more than one occasion, because of his father’s invitation to attend the festival last year, in a way he deems “inappropriate for his artistic history.”

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Santiago Solari thinks about returning to Europe when the contract with the Eagles ends

Santiago Solari, technical director of America, has his sights set on Europe Well, the Argentine sees football from the Old Continent as his best option to improve as a strategist.

“I still have two years left on my contract, then I would like to return to Europe. The Madrid It is my home, and I spent 3 wonderful years at Inter, a club that brings back passionate memories. Growth must continue in Europe“, Solari commented in an interview for Gazzeta Dello Sport.

“Personally I dream of Italy where I learned to appreciate the peculiarity of football and I would like to experience it from the bench, it would be a growth process that I consider fundamental,” added the strategist of the Eagles of America.

Solar, who in his first tournament reached Quarter finals with the America, applauded the arrival of Carlo Ancelotti to the bench of Real Madrid.

Ancelotti It is in the heart of all Madridistas, it is part of our history. With him we conquer the desired tenth European cup after two years of waiting and we opened a winning cycle “, he opined Santiago.

“It was the second great historical stage after five European cups back-to-back from the 1950s. His return has not surprised me. On the contrary, as a Madrid player it seemed like a natural and logical decision, “he concluded.

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Santiago Solari after an America match

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