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  1. 1. Game: CS1.6 2. Tag [@name]: @AMAL 3. Time & Date: now 4. Details [rounds, duration, explains about game, etc., if necessary]: 10 rounds 5. Tag one of members on GoG team [CLICK HERE to check full list of GoG team]: @Inmortal
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  6. France, a country like no other. The young British brand Ineos has unveiled the price of its entry-level Grenadier . In its utility version, with two seats, it will be invoiced at 59,500 euros including tax when it is released in the third quarter of 2022 . If the manufacturer has not yet communicated the entire price list, the vehicle intended for individuals will be penalized in our country by the mechanism of the ecological penalty , up to 40,000 euros . The 4 × 4 suffers in France from its high CO2 emissions. These are logically linked to its specifications: square lines favorable to crossing but aerodynamic Norman cabinet, torquey but imposing 6-cylinder 3.0-liter BMW (gasoline and diesel), etc. Despite this disadvantage, Ineos is planning to market the civilian version of Grenadier in France . A pick-up also meeting the N1 homologation (vehicles designed and built for the transport of goods with a maximum weight not exceeding 3.5 tonnes) should quickly complete the range. The brand founded by billionaire Jim Ratcliffe expects to sell around 500 vehicles per year in our country . The chemical company converted to the automobile relies more on the British and German markets. The Grenadier - which owes its name to the London pub where it was imagined - will be produced in the Hambach factory in eastern France. This site - which until now belonged to Daimler and was devoted to the production of Smart ForTwo - now employs 1,300 people. The first pre-series copies will roll off the chains at the end of 2021. Deliveries to customers will begin in the third quarter of 2022 . Strategy in France Ineos also gave more details on its strategy for setting up in our country. "We do not think that there will be many customers for the versions penalized by the penalty", explains Shashi Vaidyanathan, brand director for France and Benelux. The focus will therefore be on utility versions. Marketing will be centered on 5 to 8 physical points of sale throughout the territory . “We don't want extravagant places” explains Shashi Vaidyanathan, “we don't believe in putting up spectacular signage, we want partners in the brand's DNA”. The manufacturer indicates that it has been contacted by networks already linked to Mercedes, BMW or 4 × 4 specialists such as Land Rover. The Grenadier will be serviced by Bosch Car Service centers present throughout Europe (and in France), as well as by “flying” technicians responsible for assisting owners affected by mechanical problems. 130 prototypes are currently traveling for miles to validate the solutions adopted by the brand.
  7. As West Ham took a significant stride towards the Europa League knockout stage with victory over Genk, forward Jarrod Bowen said "teams will be fearing us". David Moyes' side maintained their 100% record after three games and comfortably sit top of Group H, six points clear of second-placed Dinamo Zagreb, who were beaten 2-1 at Rapid Vienna. The Hammers had the majority of the possession but barely threatened in the first half until Craig Dawson looped home a header from Aaron Cresswell's cross on the stroke of half-time. They took total control with two goals in the space of two minutes just before the hour mark. Issa Diop headed in via the crossbar from another fine Cresswell delivery, while Jarrod Bowen cut in from the right and fired in shortly after, though goalkeeper Maarten Vandevoordt will be disappointed at not keeping the low drive out. Bowen told BT Sport: "The main thing is topping the group. The home games are vitally important. We want to win away too. "If we can stay strong, keep the confidence then I think teams will be fearing us. We could be the team to look out for. We're only a few games away from a big cup run. "We'll keep pushing. We're winning games so that makes the players keep wanting to put the performances in." West Ham were rampant and Nikola Vlasic could have converted a quick-fire fourth, but his shot from the edge of the six-yard box was blocked. Genk were left to rue Paul Onuachu's big chance in the first half when he beat goalkeeper Alphonse Areola to a cross, but sent his header wide of an open net. West Ham collected a hard-fought victory over Everton on Sunday and backed it up with another impressive showing in Europe, where they are gathering some real momentum. They finished sixth in the Premier League last term to secure a berth in the competition and just one more victory will guarantee a route to the last 16. They didn't have it all their own way on Thursday night against a Genk side that were champions of Belgium in 2019, qualifying for the Champions League where they finished bottom of a group featuring Liverpool. The visitors thought they made the perfect start on eight minutes when Theo Bongonda headed in from close range, but the effort was ruled out for offside in the build-up. Rangy striker Onuachu, who netted 35 goals last season, signalled a warning sign of his aerial ability when he headed over on the stretch before nodding wide when Areola came steaming off his line, but got nowhere near the ball. That was Genk's most notable chance of the game and they were punished for not capitalising on it as their hosts showcased the difference in class. Tomas Soucek, who played the full game despite undergoing plastic surgery to a facial injury suffered against the Toffees, saw a header pushed away by Vandevoordt. Ben Johnson's low cross was then miscued by Bowen in the centre of goal, eight yards out, before centre-backs Dawson and Diop scored from headers either side of the break. The contest was effectively over on 58 minutes when Vandevoordt failed to keep out Bowen's shot which was straight at him. Asked about playing in the competition, Bowen said: "It means everything. Looking back and playing non-league, I remember scoring my first goal against Alfreton at 16/17. "Now to score in the Europa League is a dream. I am loving every minute." The lead allowed Moyes to bring off midfielder Declan Rice and Cresswell, handing a European debut to 19-year-old Daniel Chesters, before their meeting with London rivals Tottenham on Sunday (kick-off 14:00 BST).
  8. A woman has died and a man has been injured after actor Alec Baldwin fired a prop gun on a New Mexico film set for the 19th Century western Rust. Halyna Hutchins, 42, was shot while working on the set as director of photography. She was flown to hospital by helicopter but died of her injuries. The man, 48-year-old director Joel Souza, was taken from the scene at Bonanza Creek Ranch by ambulance. Police said they were investigating and that no charges had been filed. A spokesman for Mr Baldwin, best known for his role as Jack Donaghy on the NBC sitcom 30 Rock and for his portrayal of Donald Trump on sketch show Saturday Night Live, said the incident had involved the misfiring of a prop gun with blanks. In a statement to AFP news agency, a Santa Fe sheriff spokesman said Mr Baldwin had spoken to detectives. "He came in voluntarily and he left the building after he finished his interviews," the spokesman said. Police are trying to establish what type of projectile left the prop gun and how. Mr Baldwin was seen outside the sheriff's office in tears, local media reported. The actor is a co-producer of the film and plays its namesake, an outlaw whose 13-year-old grandson is convicted of manslaughter. The eldest of four brothers, all actors, Mr Baldwin has starred in numerous TV and film roles since the 1980s. Ms Hutchins was from Ukraine and grew up on a Soviet military base in the Arctic Circle, according to her personal website. She studied journalism in Kyiv, and film in Los Angeles, and was named a "rising star" by the American Cinematographer magazine in 2019. She was the director of photography for the 2020 action film Archenemy, directed by Adam Egypt Mortimer. "I'm so sad about losing Halyna. And so infuriated that this could happen on a set," Mr Mortimer said in a tweet. In a statement, the International Cinematographer's Guild said Ms Hutchins' death was "devastating news" and "a terrible loss". "The details are unclear at this moment, but we are working to learn more, and we support a full investigation into this tragic event," said guild president John Lindley and executive director Rebecca Rhine. Police say sheriff's deputies were dispatched to Bonanza Creek Ranch, a po[CENSORED]r filming location, at around 13:50 local time (19:50 GMT) after receiving an emergency call about a shooting on the set of Rust. Incidents such as Thursday's fatal shooting on the Rust film set are extremely rare, but not unheard of. Real firearms are often used in filming, and are loaded with blanks - cartridges that create a flash and a bang without discharging a projectile. In 1993, Brandon Lee - the 28-year-old son of the late martial-arts star Bruce Lee - died on set after being accidentally shot with a prop gun while filming a death scene for the film The Crow. It was later determined that the gun used had earlier fired a round that caused a cartridge to become lodged in the barrel. When blank rounds were later fired, the cartridge was dislodged and released. Responding to Thursday's news, Brandon Lee's sister Shannon tweeted: "Our hearts go out to the family of Halyna Hutchins and to Joel Souza and all involved in the incident on 'Rust'. No-one should ever be killed by a gun on a film set. Period."
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  11. Tesla has been taking its cars to the racetrack for a few years now, with one goal in mind, that of showing Porsche that the king of electrics is Elon Musk. Because since the launch of the Taycan, showing performances just as crazy as the Model S, with a 0 to 100 km / h achieved in just 2.8 seconds for the most powerful Turbo S version, the Californian brand sees red. A rivalry has therefore arisen between the two manufacturers, who are therefore waging a merciless war over which of them is really capable of offering the most efficient car and especially the fastest. A war that takes place on a well-known battlefield, which is none other than the Nürburgring, reputed to be the most difficult circuit in the world. And the least we can say is that the two electric sedans are doing well, posting times worthy of the best thermal sports cars. And for good reason, the Porsche Taycan had managed to complete a full lap in just 7.42 minutes. But it was without counting on the relentlessness of Elon Musk, who had then done everything to beat this record. Mission accomplished, since a few months ago, his Tesla Model S Plaid traveled the German circuit in just 7.30 minutes, with a top speed of 322 km / h. A good performance, especially since the Californian firm specified that the car was entirely original, and that the time could have been even faster with a modified car. On Twitter, the boss of the brand had also announced that " the next model [which will be tested] will be the modified Plaid with additional aerodynamic surfaces, carbon brakes and track tires ". It seems that we are finally there. And for good reason, spy photographers fromInsideEVs immortalized an astonishing, heavily modified Model S, in the middle of a ride on the Nürburgring . It does not wear any camouflage, but is decked out with new aerodynamic elements. Among them, we will notice the presence of an astonishing active spoiler, the position of which varies according to the photos, from horizontal to vertical, depending on acceleration and braking. An accessory which then makes it possible to optimize the downforce at high speed but also the braking on the track, and which suggests that Tesla is preparing a new record. We also note the presence of a lower blade at the front, as well as ceramic brakes, while the ride height has been lowered by a few millimeters. No information has been communicated by the brand on this subject, but there is no doubt that we should hear about it very soon if it does indeed succeed in breaking a new record. As a reminder, the Tesla Model S Plaiddisplays a total power of 1,020 horsepower for a 0 to 100 km / h in 2.1 seconds and a top speed of 322 km / h. It is already available to order on the Tesla site, for deliveries which will take place in the coming months.
  12. The reaction to Manchester United's 3-2 win over Atalanta was just about as confused as trying to sum up Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's present status as manager. Solskjaer thought they "played well" in the first half. Former United midfielder Paul Scholes described the same 45 minutes as "a major worry" and a period that would see them rolled over by Liverpool when they meet on Sunday. Fellow pundit and former United defender Rio Ferdinand praised the "intensity", saying "there is no better game to roll into the weekend," while captain Harry Maguire admitted his side conceded "bad goals" but also "showed great togetherness". Little wonder no-one has a clue what United team is going to turn up against Jurgen Klopp's side, and that includes Solskjaer himself. A pattern continued, though, in the latest of these famous European nights at Old Trafford. Just when it seems Solskjaer's back is against the wall and his status is becoming weak, he and his players produce a result to release the pressure. It happened against Liverpool in October 2019 when, after a run of five games without a win, United dominated Klopp's men and became the only side in the first two-thirds of the season to take a point off them. Two months later, they had won one in four, and then defeated Tottenham and Manchester City to quell growing disgruntlement. Last season, United had won once in five games before they went to City and won again. Prior to this Wednesday's game, they had won one in five - and that was a lucky success against Villarreal. So, when widespread booing from a frustrated Old Trafford crowd tumbled out of the stands at the end of the first half, with his team 2-0 down and having conceded the type of routine goals that have become familiar in recent matches, Solskjaer seemed like a man on the edge. Just over an hour later, Solskjaer was being serenaded by the "singing section" in the corner between the Stretford End and South Stand. They refused to go home until the manager - who had applauded them as he headed for the dressing room at the break - came out to fulfil his TV commitments and acknowledge them for a second time. "This corner here are the best in the world," he said. "There is a bit of time when you are down as a supporter but you keep going." But when the dust settles, there must be a sense of trepidation among those same fans about the problems that lie ahead, first against Liverpool on Sunday, then at Tottenham and at home to Manchester City on 6 November, as United try to stabilise their Premier League form, which has faltered alarmingly. Asked if the thrilling comeback showed the United players were playing for him, Solskjaer replied sharply: "Don't even start. Don't disrespect the players." On matchwinner Ronaldo - following up weekend analysis of his attacking players' lack of pressing in the 4-2 defeat to Leicester - Solskjaer suggested: "If anyone wants to criticise him for work rate and attitude, just watch this game and how he runs around." Ferdinand added: "If anyone had any doubt will these players run, hustle and fight for Ole - yes they will. People were questioning were they willing to run trough brick walls for Ole but they showed that." Solskjaer suggested the first-half performance "wasn't worthy" of the 2-0 scoreline at the interval - and that "was the message at half-time". "We need to defend key moments better, we know that. It is perceived we are so inconsistent in performance when you concede easy goals. We need to eradicate it." The big question for Solskjaer is, can that happen? Can it happen when he commits four players to attack in a bold 4-2-4 formation, as he did again against Atalanta - despite leaving Paul Pogba and Jadon Sancho on the bench? Fred and Scott McTominay were overworked in the centre of midfield and, especially now Raphael Varane is out for "a few weeks", United seem to lack the personnel to cope in defence. Amid the euphoria, it has to be recognised if David de Gea had not made his superb double save midway through the second half, there would have been no stirring comeback to celebrate. Instead, he summed it up in an even more basic way. "We have to concede less and score more," he said. "We can't just blame the defenders. We train to attack and defend as a team. Individual mistakes happen, we have to just try to understand what is wrong and do it better." It sounds so simple. But as he approaches three years in the job, Solskjaer seems no nearer finding the answers. As a consequence, no-one is any nearer knowing which United team will turn up at Old Trafford this weekend.
  13. London (CNN)Britain's doctors' union has accused Boris Johnson's government of being "willfully negligent" in its handling of the latest wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, as ministers refuse to introduce mitigation measures despite soaring infection rates and increasing pressure on hospitals. The United Kingdom has registered nearly 50,000 new daily Covid-19 cases twice this week, far outpacing the situation in most of Europe. Its rates of hospitalizations and deaths have also failed to substantially decline since the summer, when the country lifted almost all of its remaining restrictions. But the government has nonetheless ruled out moving to its "Plan B" approach, which would see the introduction of vaccine passports and mandates in line with many European countries. "The government has taken its foot off the brake, giving the impression that the pandemic is behind us and that life has returned to normal," the British Medical Association (BMA) said in a scathing intervention on Wednesday. "It is willfully negligent of the Westminster Government not to be taking any further action to reduce the spread of infection, such as mandatory mask wearing, physical distancing and ventilation requirements in high-risk settings, particularly indoor crowded spaces," it said. "These are measures that are the norm in many other nations." Britain's Health Secretary Sajid Javid admitted on Wednesday that cases could reach 100,000 a day this winter, but said the government would not implement its Plan B measures "at this point."
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