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Dragon Ball: a theme park inspired by Toriyama’s universe is coming soon!



Dragon Ball: a theme park inspired by Toriyama’s universe is coming soon!, Magnate Daily
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Steph Deschamps / March 23,


The world’s first theme park inspired by the world of the famous Japanese manga and anime series Dragon Ball is to be built in a future leisure city in Saudi Arabia, the developer of this colossal project announced on Friday.
The planned opening date of this 500,000 m2 theme park was not specified, nor was its cost, as is usually the case for the Saudi kingdom’s tourism megaprojects.
Located in Qiddiya, near the capital Riyadh, the park will feature seven different zones from the Dragon Ball universe, around 30 attractions as well as hotels and restaurants, according to a press release from Qiddiya Investment Company, also issued by Japanese studio Toei Animation, producer of the franchise’s cartoons.
The death of Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama on March 1 at the age of 68 provoked a worldwide wave of emotion, reflecting the immense popularity of his work.

First published in 1984, Dragon Ball is one of the best-selling mangas of all time, and has spawned countless animated series, films and video games. It recounts the adventures of Son Goku, a young martial arts prodigy in search of seven crystal balls to help him and his allies protect the Earth from evil enemies.
The new town of Qiddiya is one of the pharaonic projects in Saudi Arabia’s “Vision 2030” program, designed to develop the country’s tourism industry and reduce its economy’s heavy dependence on hydrocarbons.
Qiddiya will eventually house several theme parks, sports facilities and cultural venues. Construction of the city began in 2019, but its completion date is not known.

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Moscow attack: Vladimir Putin promises those responsible will all be “punished”, EI says four of its fighters carried out the attack



Moscow attack: Vladimir Putin promises those responsible will all be &#8220;punished&#8221;, EI says four of its fighters carried out the attack, Magnate Daily
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Eva Deschamps / March 23,


At least 133 people were killed on Friday evening in an armed attack followed by a huge fire at a concert hall on the outskirts of Moscow, which was claimed by the jihadist group Islamic State (EI).
The four perpetrators” of the attack were arrested “on their way to Ukraine”, said the Russian president on Saturday March 23.
The Russian president spoke at a time of terrible tragedy in Russia. “The four perpetrators” of the attack near Moscow were arrested “on their way to Ukraine”, he said in a televised speech broadcast the day after the murderous attack. “According to initial data [from investigators], on the Ukrainian side, a passage had been prepared for them to cross the border”, he continued, notes Le Monde.
The attack, which killed at least 133 people near Moscow, was in the eyes of the Kremlin leader a “bloody and barbaric act of terrorism”. “Peaceful, innocent people […] including children, teenagers and women” were killed, he continued, adding, “I express my deepest and most sincere condolences to those who have lost their loved ones.” A national day of mourning will be observed on March 24.
“War”. In his speech, Vladimir Putin assured that “those behind these terrorists will be punished” and that they “will have no future”. On Saturday, the Kremlin announced that eleven people had been arrested, including the four suspects who carried out the attack.

As a reminder, the Islamic State (EI) claimed responsibility for the attack. Its Afghan branch, the Islamic State in Khorassan, known as “EI-K”, is suspected of being behind the attack. According to EI, the attack is part of a “raging war” between the organization and countries fighting Islam, its Amaq news agency said in a statement.
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Princess Kate announces cancer diagnosis



Princess Kate announces cancer diagnosis, Magnate Daily
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Sylvie Claire / March 23,


After weeks of silence from the British royal family, cancer-stricken Princess Kate has announced that she has begun chemotherapy.

Princess Kate has been diagnosed with cancer, Kensington Palace announced on Friday evening. The wife of the heir to the British throne has begun chemotherapy. “I’m fine,” assured the 42-year-old princess after her cancer diagnosis was announced. In a video, the princess explained, “I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you personally for all the wonderful messages of support and for your understanding. While I was recovering from surgery, it was an incredibly difficult two months for the whole family. But I had the benefit of a fantastic medical team who took great care of me, for which I am very grateful. In January, I underwent a major domino operation in London and, at the time, my condition was not thought to be cancerous“.
She continues: “The operation was successful, but tests carried out after the operation revealed the presence of cancer. My medical team therefore advised me to undergo preventive chemotherapy, and I am now in the early stages of this treatment. William and I have done everything in our power to manage this situation privately, in the best interests of our young family“.

Princess Kate explains that it has taken them some time to explain the situation to their children George, Charlotte and Louis. She concludes her message: “But for now, I need to focus on my full recovery. I am also thinking of all those whose lives have been affected by cancer. For anyone facing this disease in any form, don’t lose faith or hide. You are not alone.



She underwent major abdominal surgery on January 16 at the London Clinic, where she was hospitalized for ten days. For weeks, rumors had been circulating about the princess’s state of health.
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Heatwave in Latin America: Brazil suffocates with record temperatures of up to 62.3 degrees Celsius



Heatwave in Latin America: Brazil suffocates with record temperatures of up to 62.3 degrees Celsius, Magnate Daily
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Sylvie Claire. /  March 19, 2024

A record high. The heatwave that has been affecting Latin America since the start of the year pushed the temperature felt in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, up to 62.3°C degrees Celsius this weekend, while rain threatened in the south of the country.
“Avoid prolonged exposure to the sun. Stay hydrated!” warned Rio’s municipal warning system on X, announcing a felt temperature of 62.3°C degrees Celsius at 09:55 local time in Guaratiba, a western district, after 60.1°C the previous day, a record since this type of measurement began in 2014. Rio’s western zone is made up of poor, outlying and poorly served neighborhoods, where over 40% of the population of this city of over six million lives.
With an actual maximum temperature of 42°C on Sunday, the felt temperature climbed to the highest level even in the Botanical Garden residential district in the south of Rio, favored with its abundant vegetation and where the felt temperature rose to 57.7°C on Sunday. “We’re trying to protect ourselves, to go somewhere more open, with the sea, but we have to do something,” confided Rio resident Raquel Correia, 49, in a central park. “I’m very afraid that it’s going to get worse, because the population is increasing a lot and deforestation is very high due to the increase in housing,” she added.
Rio’s emblematic beaches of Ipanema and Copacabana were packed to the rafters on Sunday. Many also took refuge in Tijuca Park, a veritable green lung in the heart of the city.
In southern Brazil, on the contrary, the threat is of rain. Extreme rainfall is set to continue this week, the authorities have warned. “The week will be at high risk of heavy rain and thunderstorms in south-central Brazil,” warned the meteorological information agency MetSul on Sunday. “The system of greatest concern is a very intense cold front that will arrive with torrential rains and possible gales,” it added.
Some localities in the state of Rio Grande do Sul recorded “exceptionally high” rainfall volumes. Uruguaiana, the worst-hit city in the state, broadcast images of flooded streets and buses half submerged in water. Up to 500 mm of water could fall, according to MetSul, while in February the state of Rio Grande do Sul suffocated in the heat due to an “extreme heat dome” from Argentina.
Experts attribute these extreme phenomena and meteorological instability to climate change and the El Niño phenomenon, which affects the southern cone of Latin America at the height of summer, causing forest fires in Chile. Today’s climate has already warmed by around 1.2°C compared to 1850-1900, causing an increase in droughts, floods and heat waves.
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