the violence in Chicago is just getting higher everyday. we need to stop the violence. people need to think about their life and promise not to hurt anybody because is not worthy
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BARCELONA, Spain — Lionel Messi sprinted straight past the goal. He ran away from Paris St.-Germain’s players, who lay stricken on the turf. As his Barcelona teammates raced after Sergi Roberto, an improbable hero on an impossible night, Messi peeled off toward the fans.
When he reached the edge of the field, he leapt on top of an advertising board and held his arms aloft, raised to the gods. He paused there, perched precariously, for a few seconds, and then he fell into the heaving, delirious mass of worshipers who awaited him. The crowd, senseless and mostly shirtless, seemed to swallow him whole.
Behind him, Barcelona’s bench was emptying, a great torrent of players and coaches and medical staff running onto the field, running in circles, running in ecstasy and exhilaration, running to burn off the adrenaline coursing through their veins after the most remarkable comeback the Champions League — soccer, in fact — might ever have seen.
Above him, all around him, the towering stands of Camp Nou seemed to liquefy. A crowd of 96,000 danced and waved the senyera, the flag of Catalunya, Barcelona’s unofficial emblem, giving thanks for the miracle. This stadium, this faded, beautiful ruin, shook for 20 minutes after the final whistle on Wednesday, as the players bounced on the field, looking for all the world as if they had won the competition, rather than just one round, or one match, even if it was by the score of 6-1. The building shook, and the rest of Europe shook, too.
Three weeks before, Barcelona was out of the Champions League — beaten, 4-0, in Paris, humiliated and exposed. No team in the competition’s history had ever recovered from such a yawning deficit.
A few days later, Luis Enrique, Barcelona’s manager, confirmed that he would depart at the end of the season, saying the job had “exhausted” him. The task awaiting his successor, all of a sudden, seemed a mammoth one.
This Barcelona team has dominated European soccer’s consciousness for the past decade. It has won the Champions League four times — 2006, 2009, 2011 and 2015 — and has been virtually ever-present in the semifinals of the competition for the last seven years.
It is, though, an aging squad. A handful of its stalwarts have departed — Xavi Hernandez, Carles Puyol — and more still are reaching the autumn of their careers. Messi, Luis Suárez and Sergio Busquets are all nearing 30; Andres Iniesta and Gerard Pique are beyond it.
The days when Barcelona passed its opponents to death have long gone, too, abolished by Enrique in favor of a more direct approach designed to get the best out of the so-called M.S.N. strike force: Messi, Suárez and Neymar. It worked, too, for a time, but after a while, when all the parts are different, it becomes clear the car is not quite the same as once it was.
That night in Paris had the air of a final curtain. Barcelona would get a new coach this summer, and soon it would have to start thinking about bringing in some new players, too, ones not to serve as understudies to its stars, but to be trained as replacements. Three weeks before, Barcelona had not just seen its European campaign ended, but a chapter of its history closed.
Things have been happening in the news lately. Already this year, members of US president Donald trump’s administration have alluded to a ‘bowling green massacre’ and terror attacks in Sweden and Atlanta, Georgia, that never happened. The misinformation was swiftly corrected, but some historical myths have proved difficult to erase. Since at least 2010, for example, an online community has shared the apparently unshakable recollection of nelson Mandela dying in prison in the 1980’s, even though he lived until 2013, leaving prison in 1990 and going on to serve as south Africa’s first black president. Memory is notoriously fallible, but some experts worry that a new phenomenon is emerging. “Memories are shared among groups in novel ways through sites such as Facebook and Instagram, blurring the line between individual and collective memories,” says psychologist Daniel Schechter, who studies memory at Harvard university in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The development of internet-based misinformation, such as recently well-publicized fake news sites, has the potential to distort individual and collective memories in disturbing ways. Collective memories form the basis of history, and people’s understanding of history shapes how the think about future. The fictitious terrorist attacks, for example, were cited to justify on terrorism.
The Trump administration on Monday rolled out the second edition of a controversial immigration executive order, which suspends immigration into the United States from now only six predominantly Muslim countries.Citizens from the affected countries — Iran, Somalia, Sudan, Yemen, Syria and Libya — will be subjected to a 90-day ban on travel to the United States. Iraq was previously listed among those nations, but it was removed from this latest iteration after reassurances from the Iraqi government of increased information sharing with the United States, a senior Department of Homeland Security official told reporters on Monday. The order, which will go into effect on March 16, does not revoke existing visas approved before that date and does not explicitly apply to current lawful permanent residents and green card holders.Visas revoked because of the original travel order been been fully restored, according to the State Department.
President Donald Trump definitely is on creating his new word by dividing the humanity, race, religions. we are living in the wrong side of the word right now, and i believe this because it was stated in the bible so get ready before it comes to your face.
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On February 15, 2017, Paris saint Germain have beat Barcelona 4-0 at his home which people believed that Barcelona could not make a comeback by beating Paris 5-0 in his hometown. No other team in the competition’s history had ever recovered from such a huge beat. The team said in a few interview before the game that nothing is impossible and reminded viewers about their last accomplishment. The team manager and the coach said that they will do whatever it takes to help the team to win the game against Paris. As it turned out yesterday, Barcelona won the game and dominated European soccer’s consciousness: not the first time but for the past decade. Barcelona has been a leader of champions League for four times- 2006, 2009, 2011 and 2015.
In my opinion, honestly, I do not think the deserved that victory because clearly, you can see it was a little help of FIFA. a lot of favoritism by the referee in honor of Barcelona have admitted by players and fans of both teams.
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