Storm Eta kills at least 50 in Guatemala Dozens of people have lost their lives in landslides in Guatemala, following torrential rain and high winds caused by Storm Eta.It first hit Nicaragua as a Category Four hurricane with winds of 140mph (225km/h) before later being downgraded to a tropical storm.- Advertisement – Eta is believed to have killed more than 70 people across the Central American region, the Reuters news agency reports.Read more: – Advertisement – – Advertisement –
At the winter fair at Collegium Artisticum in Sarajevo, citizens can buy a photomograph of the B&H football team ‘path to Brazil’, by Marijo Iličić.The book is with never before seen photos of the B&H football players, who were followed by photo-reporter Iličić for more than a decade, and printed in an exclusive edition with hard stitched binding format 235×310 and with 264 pages of illustrations.The photomonography ‘path to Brazil’ is the perfect New Year’s gift, and it is possible to make a reservation by ordering on the website www.putubrazil.com. A part of the funds from the sale of the books will be allocated for the financing of monthly trainings for talented children who are in need, and whose parents are not able to afford to have their children receive football training.The monograph shows exclusive photographs of the B&H football players preparing for matches, during the matches, relaxed private moments, as well as photographs of the football players in the cities from the clubs in which they play.The monograph was officially promoted last week in Sarajevo, and is adapted to the national and international public, and is why it has been published in BHS and English languages.(Source: Fena)
MORE: The NFL QBs who will be paid more than Newton in 2020 The Panthers freed up $19.1 million of cap space by releasing Newton. That more than covered the $14 million cap hit this year (per Spotrac.com) for Newton’s replacement, Teddy Bridgewater.”Like I said, I’m not bitter, I don’t have any hatred, I just understand that this is a business first,” Newton said in the video. IYER: Why the Pats signed NewtonBENDER: Why Cam improves Pats’ SB chances “I’m angry . . . I feel let down,” he said as he walked, “but at the same time, hey, I’m not bitter.””I know since the day that I first came into this league that this day was going to come,” he added. He said the Panthers were a “great organization.””I’ll say this right now: I never once wanted to leave Carolina. Don’t let them make you believe anything else,” he said. “It was their decision, I stuck with it, and I knew that, so I asked for a trade. Everything else? That’s BS.”The trade talks ended a week later when the Panthers released Newton on March 24. A little over three months after that, he became a Patriot, agreeing on a one-year deal with a minimal base salary and incentives that could push the value of the contract as high as $7.5 million. Cam Newton is headed to Foxborough after agreeing to a contract with the Patriots — and after giving Panthers fans an inside look at his exit from Charlotte last March.Newton’s site posted a YouTube video Monday that was one part thank you to the Carolinas and one part Team Cam’s version of events. The video begins with Newton working out on a home treadmill. A graphic of “MARCH 17, 2020/ATLANTA, GA” appears. News of his trade request had just broken.