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Israel's Hapoel Jerusalem stays alive in basketball Champions League******

JERUSALEM, Nov. 11 (Xinhua) -- Israel's Hapoel Jerusalem achieved a crucial 83-76 victory against Polish champions Stal Ostrow Wielkopolski in the fourth round of the FIBA Basketball Champions League on Wednesday.。

This was Jerusalem's first victory in the four-team Group B after three losses, leaving the Israeli team a chance to reach the Play-In round, from which it is possible to qualify for the round of 16.。

The game, at Pais Arena in Jerusalem, was started strongly by the visitors, with Kobi Simmons and Michael Young's points helping their team gain a 23-15 at the end of the first quarter.。

Simmons widened the gap to 34-23 in the 15th minute, on the way to a 42-34 lead at halftime.。

Willy Workman helped Jerusalem cut the gap, and Retin Obasohan gave the hosts a first lead in the game, 59-58, just before the third quarter ended 62-58.。

The fourth quarter was close most of the time, until Workman and Obasohan secured the home win.。

Obasohan scored a team-high 20 points for Jerusalem, with Jalen Adams adding 13 points and eight rebounds.。

Simmons finished with game-high 21 points. James Palmer added 15 points for the Poles.。

The Spanish side Manresa, who beat Turkey's Pinar Karsiyaka 88-69, secured first place in the group and a spot at the round of 16. Karsiyaka is currently second, with a 2-2 record.。

Stal and Hapoel have a record of 1-3 each, but the Poles currently hold third place thanks to a 12-point win in the previous meeting in Poland. The teams that finish second and third will advance to the Play-In.。

Jerusalem will play their next game in Turkey against Karsiyaka on December 6, while Stal will host Manresa the next evening. Enditem。

Sport is "great healer": Houston looks into World Table Tennis Championships amid pandemic******

HOUSTON, Nov. 16 (Xinhua) -- A lack of a large fan base locally. Challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. All can't stop the Houston organizers from dreaming big about the World Table Tennis Championships.。

"Our goals now are to put on magnificent world championships in spite of a pandemic," Janice Burke, the CEO of Houston Sports Authority, said of the upcoming World Table Tennis Championships in the largest city in Texas.。

The Championships, running from November 23 to 29, marks the first time that the sport's prestigious event has been staged in the Americas.。

"We are pleasantly surprised ticket sales went better than we expected...Right now we are expecting at least 23,000 to 27,000 people to attend," Burke told Xinhua in a recent exclusive interview.。

As for concerns of the coronavirus pandemic, Burke said there would be no mandatory requirements for mask-wearing and vaccination, though organizers "strongly encourage" all the attendees to take such precaution measures.。

The George R. Brown Convention Center, the venue of the Championships in downtown Houston, has designed a corridor separating athletes from audiences and installed a special system to clear viruses in the air, according to Burke.。

She said athletes from up to 90 countries and regions across the world are coming to Houston, where thousands of local volunteers have already signed up to be part of the event.。

The Chinese community, representing "a large part in Houston", is passionate about the sport and "has really helped us", she added.。

"Our community has been very excited...everyone has embraced this event," Burke observed, "I think it goes to the international nature of our city...we have so many different emigrants and different communities that come together and live together."

The city's sports chief also noted that the upcoming Championships coincides with the 50th anniversary of the legendary Sino-U.S. Ping-Pong Diplomacy and thus becomes "a special moment of remembrance."

"People should not forget that the modern era of the close friendship between China and the United States began with Ping-Pong Diplomacy, and the younger generation needs to remember this important and wonderful history," she said, "I think it's very important to learn from the past."

Fifty years ago, the U.S. table tennis team was invited by its Chinese counterpart to visit China at the conclusion of the 31st World Championships in Nagoya, Japan. The U.S. players landed in Beijing on April 10, 1971, becoming the first U.S. group to visit China since the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949.。

The Chinese team paid a return visit the following year. The mutual visits broke the ice in two decades of estranged China-U.S. relations and eventually led to the normalization of bilateral ties.。

"Throughout history, sports can be that great healer," Burke said when looking ahead to the Championships, citing former South African President Nelson Mandela's thoughts on how sports can unite an entire nation and heal hurts between different cultures.。

"I believe that sports can unite and can create really strong friendships that you would never expect. And so I'm really pleased that we can be an extension of that here in Houston," she concluded. Enditem。

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Rappers Travis Scott, Drake sued over deadly Texas concert crush******

Rappers Travis Scott and Drake have been sued for having "incited mayhem" after eight people were killed and dozens injured in a crush during a Texas concert, a United States law firm has said.。

Texas firm Thomas J Henry Law on Sunday tweeted a story published by the Daily Mail on the suit, confirming it had filed "one of the first lawsuits in Travis Scott Astroworld Festival tragedy."

The plaintiff is 23-year-old concertgoer Kristian Paredes, who was one of those "severely injured" at the concert on the night of November 5.。

Around 50,000 people were in the audience at Houston's NRG Park when the crowd started pushing toward the stage as Scott was performing, triggering chaotic scenes.。

Paredes, who is also suing concert organizers Live Nation and the venue, "felt an immediate push" at the front of the general admission section as Travis Scott got on stage, the complaint said.。

"The crowd became chaotic and a stampede began."

"Many begged security guards hired by Live Nation Entertainment for help, but were ignored."

The suit, filed in Houston's Harris County court, claims Scott "had incited mayhem and chaos at prior events" and that "defendants knew or should have known of (Scott's) prior conduct."

The suit also accuses Canadian rap superstar Drake, who joined Scott's headline set, of contributing to causing the surge toward the stage.。

"As Drake came onstage alongside of Travis Scott he helped incite the crowd even though he knew of Scott's prior conduct," it charges.。

High-profile attorney Ben Crump announced on Sunday he had also filed suit against Scott and Astroworld.。

Crump specializes in civil rights and personal injury, and has represented clients including the families of victims of police violence George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.。

He and co-counsel Bob Hilliard filed suit on Sunday on behalf of 21-year-old concertgoer Noah Gutierrez, who described "a scene of chaos and desperation."

Trudeau invokes emergency powers to quell Canada protests******

AFP

A woman walks past vehicles blocking a road during a protest by truck drivers over pandemic health rules and the Trudeau government outside the parliament of Canada in Ottawa on February 14.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday invoked rarely used emergency powers to bring an end to trucker-led protests against COVID-19 health rules, after police arrested 11 people with a "cache of firearms" blocking a border crossing with the United States.

It marked only the second time in Canadian history such powers have been invoked in peacetime, and came as hundreds of big rigs still clogged the streets of the capital Ottawa, as well as two border crossings.

"The federal government has invoked the Emergencies Act to supplement provincial and territorial capacity to address the blockades and occupations," Trudeau told a news conference.

The prime minister said the military would not be deployed at this stage, but that authorities would be granted more powers to arrest protesters and seize their trucks in order to clear blockades, as well as ban funding of the protests.

"We cannot and will not allow illegal and dangerous activities to continue," Trudeau said.

"This is about keeping Canadians safe, protecting people's jobs and restoring confidence in our institutions," he added, noting that the scope of the measures would be "time-limited" and "geographically targeted," but without providing specifics.

As the threat of violence lingered, federal police said they arrested 11 protesters with rifles, handguns, body armor and ammunition at the border between Coutts, Alberta and Sweet Grass, Montana, just a day after another key US-Canada border crossing was cleared in Ontario.

"The group was said to have a willingness to use force against the police if any attempts were made to disrupt the blockade," the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said in a statement.

The protests by Canadian truckers and their supporters – opposed to mandatory coronavirus vaccines and pushing a wider anti-establishment agenda – have triggered copycat movements from France to New Zealand, with US truckers mulling similar rallies.

Under pressure to act, Trudeau on Sunday convened a special federal response group on efforts to end the occupation of Ottawa and the remaining, economically damaging, blockades of border crossings in Alberta and Manitoba.

The Emergencies Act was previously used by Trudeau's father, former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, during the October Crisis of 1970.

It saw troops sent to Quebec to restore order after the kidnappings by militant separatists of a British trade attache and a Quebec minister, Pierre Laporte, who was found strangled to death in the trunk of a car.

Protests spreading

Canada's so-called "Freedom Convoy" started with truckers protesting against mandatory vaccines to cross the border with the United States.

But its demands now include an end to all COVID-19 health measures and, for many of the protesters, for the toppling of Trudeau's Liberal government – only five months after he won reelection.

The truckers have found support among conservatives and vaccine mandate opponents across the globe, even as COVID-19 measures are being rolled back in many places.

In Paris on the weekend, police fired tear gas and issued hundreds of fines in an effort to break up convoys coming from across France.

The Netherlands, Switzerland and Austria have also seen copycat movements, and Belgian authorities said on Monday they had intercepted 30 vehicles as police scrambled to stop a convoy of trucks.

Canadian police over the weekend cleared a blockade on the Ambassador Bridge, which handles an estimated 25 percent of trade with the United States, and had disrupted business in the world's largest economy.

But on Monday morning in Ottawa, as a deep freeze rolled in, protesters remained defiant despite threats of jail and fines of up to C$100,000 (US$80,000).

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