Sunday, July 5, 2015

Chile ndio mabingwa wa Copa America

Chile
Chile imewashinda Argentina kupitia kwa mikwaju ya penalti na kushinda kombe kubwa zaidi kati ya nchi za Marekani ya kusini la Copa Amerika.
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Sanchez
Hili ndilo kombe la kwanza la kimataifa kuwahi kushindwa na Chile.
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Chile
Chile ambayo ni waandalizi waliwashinda Argentina mabao 4-1 kupitia mikwaju ya penalti baada ya timu zote kukosa kufunga.
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Wachezaji wa Argentina
Ni miaka 22 tangu Argentina washinde kombe lolote kubwa kwenye mashindano ya kandanda ya kimataifa.
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Mashabiki
Mchezaji wa Arsenal Alexis Sanchez alifunga bao la ushindi baada ya mshambuliaji wa Argentina Gonzalo Higuain kupiga nje huku mkwaju wa Ever Banega ukinyakwa na kipa Claudio Bravo.
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Vidal
Awali Higuain alikuwa amekosa bao la wazi aliposalia na kipa baada ya dakika 90 za mchezo.
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Messi kwa mara nyingine ashindwa kuipatia taifa lake taji
Sanchez karibia afunge katika dakika za ziada.
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Higuain akikosa penalti
Miongoni mwa maelfu ya mashabiki waliojaa kuishabikia timu yao ni wachimba mgodi 33 waliokwama chini ya mgodi kwa wiki kadhaa mwaka 2010,katika kisa kilichovutia hisia nyingi duniani.

Mazungumzo ya Iran kuendelea Austria

Mazungumzo ya Iran kuendelea Austria
Mawaziri wa mashauri ya nchi za kigeni wanaoshiriki kwenye mazungumzo ya mpango wa nuklia wa Iran wanatarajiwa kurudi mjini Vienna hii leo kutafuta kuafikia makubaliano.
Mawaziri hao watashiriki mazungumzo makubwa yenye lengo la kuafikia makubaliano ya mwisho ifikapo siku ya jumanne.
Iran na mataifa mengine sita makubwa duniani wanasema kuwa wanakaribia kuafikia makubaliano lakini kuna maswala tata yanayostahili kusuluhishwa.
Tarehe za mwisho za kuafikiwa makubaliano mara nyingi zimeshindikana lakini Iran ina haja ya kuondolewa vikwazo na mataifa ya magharibi ambayo pia yanataka kuhakikisha kuwa Iran haitaunda silaha za nuklia.

Wikileaks:Marekani iliichunguza Brazil

Dilma Rousseff
Mtandao wa Wikileaks umesema kuwa una ushahidi kwamba baadhi ya maafisa wakuu wa taifa la Brazil walipelelezwa mara kadhaa na idara ya ujasusi nchini Marekani NSA.
Habari hizo zinasema kuwa Idara hiyo hususan ilipeleleza uchumi wa taifa hilo.
Wikileaks ilichapisha orodha ya nambari 29 za simu za raia wa Brazil waliopo katika sekta za benki,fedha na uchumi.
Kulingana na mtandao huo udukuzi huo ulianza mapema mwaka 2011 na huenda hata mapema zaidi.
Rais Dilma Rousseff alikatiza ziara yake mjini Washington miaka miwili iliopita baada ya aliyekuwa mchambuzi wa maswala ya ujasusi Edward Snowden kufichua kwamba simu zake pamoja na barua pepe zilikuwa zikichunguzwa.
Uchapishaji huo ulibaini kwamba upelelezi huo haukumlenga rais Dilma Rousseff pekee bali pia katibu wake,pamoja na afisa mkuu wa idara ya wafanyikazi aliyekuwa waziri wa fedha Antonio Palocci.
Afisi yake ya nyumbani na hata simu zake katika ndege yake zilichunguzwa kwa mujibu wa Wikileaks.

Mlipuko wawaua watu 11 Baghdad

Iraq
Mashambulizi ya mabomu yamewaua takriban watu 11 katika wilaya zenye washia wengi kwenye mji mkuu wa Iraq Baghdad.
Magari yaliyokuwa yametegwa mabomu yalilipuka wakati watu walipokuwa wakifungua siku ya mwezi mtukufu wa ramadhan.
Haijabainika yule alitekeleza shambulizi hilo lakini utawala nchini Iraq unawalaumu wanamgambo wa Islamic state kwa mashambulizi yote ya karibu kila siku mjini Baghdad.

Nigeria yampiga kalamu mkufunzi Keshi


Stephen Keshi na kipa Enyeama

Stephen Keshi amepigwa kalamu kama kocha wa timu ya Nigeria The Super Eagles na nafasi yake kuchukuliwa na Shaibu Amodu kulingana na shirikisho la soka nchini Nigeria NFF.
Hatua hiyo inajiri wiki mbili tu baada ya shirikisho hilo kuanzisha uchunguzi kuhusu ripoti kwamba Keshi alituma ombi la kutaka kuifunza Ivory Coast licha ya kuwa na kandarasi halali na Nigeria.
Keshi hivi majuzi alidai kwamba wakala ambaye hakumtaja aliwasilisha jina lake bila ruhusa yake kuwania wadhfa huo wa timu ya Ivory Coast.

Wagiriki waamua kuhusu madeni yao

Ugiriki
Mamilioni wa raia nchini Ugiriki wanapiga kura ya maamuzi kuhusu iwapo watakubali ama kukataa masharti yaliowekwa na wakopeshaji ili kulipa deni wanalodaiwa.
Akipiga kura,waziri mkuu Alexis Tsipras amesema kuwa hakuna anayeweza kupuuza uamuzi wa raia.
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Ugiriki
Serikali yake ya mrengo wa kushoto imewashauri wapiga kura kuyakataa mapendekezo yaliyotolewa na wakopeshaji wake.
Lakini viongozi wa Ulaya wameonya kuwa kura ya 'LA' itasababisa Ugiriki kuondoka kwenye nchi zinazotumia sarafu ya Yuro.
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Wagiriki washiriki katika kura ya maamuzi kuhusu masharti waliowekewa na wakopeshaji wao.
Kura ya maoni inaonyesha kuwa huenda matokeo yakakaribiana sana.
Benki nchini Ugiriki zimefunwa tangu wiki iliyopita huku uchumi ukiathirika pakubwa

Pippa misses out again! Princess Charlotte's godparents include old friends and Diana's niece but Kate's sister is not on the list

.Laura Fellowes, daughter of Diana's sister Jane, among five godparents

.Kate's cousin Adam has also been named as godfather to baby princess

.Friends of the couple Thomas van Straubenzee, Sophie Carter and James Meade make up the five godparents

.The nine-week-old will be christened in private service at Sandringham

Princess Diana's niece is to become a godparent to Princess Charlotte (pictured), one of just five close friends and relatives afforded the honour
Princess Diana's niece is to become a godparent to Princess Charlotte (pictured), one of just five close friends and relatives afforded the honour
One of Princess Diana's nieces is to become a godparent to Princess Charlotte, one of just five close friends and relatives afforded the honour.
The Honourable Laura Fellowes, the daughter of one of Diana's elder sisters, Jane, will this afternoon join William's pals James Meade and Thomas van Straubenzee at St Mary Magdalene Church at Sandringham for the baptism alongside the Queen and other senior members of the Royal Family. 
But Kate's sister Pippa missed out on being a royal godparent for a second time, as did brother James and William's brother Prince Harry, who will be absent for today's service.
The other godparents are Sophie Carter, a friend of Kate's, and her cousin, Adam Middleton, the son of Michael's brother, Richard. He works for Mayfair firm Manchester Square Partners and advises senior business executives.
The decision to ask Laura to become their daughter's godmother is another touching tribute to William's late mother, whose name Charlotte Elizabeth Diana bears.
Diana was also christened in the same Norfolk country church that the Royal Family will gather at today.
As previously revealed by the Daily Mail, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will walk from Sandringham House to church with their children, Charlotte and her elder brother, Prince George - making it the first time they have been seen in public as a family of four.

No members of the royal family were among the godparents this time. For George, the Duke and Duchess asked the Princess Royal's daughter Zara Phillips.
William and Kate were always expected to pick close friends for Charlotte's godparents, but they were also thought likely to include at least one member of the Windsor clan. 
Laura Fellowes with Prince William during a skiing holiday to Austria in 1992Princess Diana's niece, Laura Fellowes, has been named as one of Princess Charlotte's five godparents
Princess Diana's niece, Laura Fellowes, (pictured left in 2011, and with Prince William during a skiing holiday to Austria in 1992)  has been named as one of Princess Charlotte's five godparents
The Hon Laura Fellowes, pictured with Prince William as children in 1993, is the daughter of one of Princess Diana's elder sisters, Jane
The Hon Laura Fellowes, pictured with Prince William as children in 1993, is the daughter of one of Princess Diana's elder sisters, Jane
He was a pageboy and she was a bridesmaid at the 1986 ceremonyPrince William with his cousin Laura at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of York in 1986
Prince William with his cousin Laura at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of York in 1986, where he was a pageboy and she a bridesmaid
The five godparents and their partners will be among the select few at this afternoon's christening at the church, which is around a ten minute drive from the Cambridges' country mansion, Anmer Hall, and where the Royal family mark Christmas every year with a special service.
Fellow guests at the intimate service will be Charlotte's great-grandparents The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, Kate's parents Michael and Carole Middleton, as well as Pippa and James.
Senior royals the Duke of York, who is abroad, Princess Anne and the Earl of Wessex are missing from the congregation just as they were from George's baptism. 
Although the ceremony, conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury the Most Rev Justin Welby, is private, the Duke and Duchess have agreed to allow members of the public into the area near the church known as the paddock to see the royals as they make their way to and from the venue. 
James Meade is another of Princess Charlotte's godfathersWilliam's friend Thomas van Straubenzee, pictured, is among Princess Charlotte's five godparents 
William's friends Thomas van Straubenzee (left) and James Meade (right) are among Princess Charlotte's five godparents, who were announced today ahead of this afternoon's christening
Kate's cousin Adam Middleton, pictured with his sister Lucy, is another of Princess Charlotte's godfathers
Kate's cousin Adam Middleton, pictured with his sister Lucy, is another of Princess Charlotte's godfathers
Sophie Carter has been named as one of Princess Charlotte's godparentsKate's friend Sophie Carter, pictured next to the Duchess at Wimbledon, in June 2008, is one of Charlotte's two godmothers
Kate's friend Sophie Carter, who is pictured next to the Duchess at Wimbledon, in June 2008, is one of Charlotte's two godmothers

DIANA, THE GRANDMOTHER WHO COULDN'T BE THERE, REMEMBERED AT CHARLOTTE’S CHRISTENING 

She was killed in a car accident when Prince William was just 15 but Princess Diana’s oldest son has made sure she was remembered at Princess Charlotte’s christening today.
The ceremony, which took place four days after what would have been her 54th birthday, is packed with nods to the late royal, including the venue itself.
Another link to Diana is the choice of The Honourable Laura Fellowes, her niece and William’s first cousin, as godparent.
Princess Diana with her sister, Lady Jane Fellowes at Wimbledon in 1984. Jane's daughter Laura was today named as one of Princess Charlotte's godparents
Princess Diana with her sister, Lady Jane Fellowes at Wimbledon in 1984. Jane's daughter Laura was today named as one of Princess Charlotte's godparents
The daughter of Jane, Baroness Fellowes, the 35-year-old’s father is Robert, a former assistant private secretary to the Queen.
When Jane and her husband married at Westminster Abbey in 1978, Diana was bridesmaid although the two didn’t always get along later in life.
Nevertheless, when Diana was killed in Paris, it was Jane who flew to the French capital to collect her sister’s body alongside Lady Sarah McCorquodale and the Prince of Wales.
William remains close to his cousin Laura and was among the guests, accompanied by the then Kate Middleton, at her 2009 wedding – an event also attended by Earl Spencer.
Although Earl Spencer and Diana’s siblings did not make the guest list for Charlotte’s christening, the late Princess of Wales has been remembered in other ways too.
Along with the church itself, the date was picked for its closeness to Diana’s birthday, while her baby granddaughter also carries her name. 
When Diana was killed in Paris, it was Jane (centre) who flew to the French capital to collect her sister’s body alongside Lady Sarah McCorquodale (left) and the Prince of Wales (right)
When Diana was killed in Paris, it was Jane (centre) who flew to the French capital to collect her sister’s body alongside Lady Sarah McCorquodale (left) and the Prince of Wales (right)
Members of the Royal family, including the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, will also be in attendance as the nine-week-old princess is baptised at the Church of St Mary Magdalene in Sandringham (pictured)
Members of the Royal family, including the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, will also be in attendance as the nine-week-old princess is baptised at the Church of St Mary Magdalene in Sandringham (pictured)
Charlotte and George's full-time live-in nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo will be on hand to help but Prince Harry, will miss the event, having already left to spend three months in Africa.
Esteemed fashion photographer Mario Testino has been asked by William and Kate to take the official photographs after the service. 
Like her brother did at his christening in October 2013, Princess Charlotte, who was born on May 2, will wear the hand made replica of the Royal Christening Robe, made by the Queen's dressmaker, Angela Kelly.
And she will be baptised today using the ornate Lily Font, which was specially commissioned by Queen Victoria to prevent her family being tarnished by association with the illegitimate children of one of her predecessors, and is usually on show as part of the Crown Jewels at the Tower of London. 
Charlotte will be baptised today using the ornate Lily Font, pictured with the matching christening ewer (right), which is usually on show as part of the Crown Jewels at the Tower of London
Charlotte will be baptised today using the ornate Lily Font, pictured with the matching christening ewer (right), which is usually on show as part of the Crown Jewels at the Tower of London
The font was used at the christenings of all of the Queen’s children and her grandchildren - except Princess Eugenie - including Princess Charlotte’s father William and her older brother, George 
The font was used at the christenings of all of the Queen’s children and her grandchildren - except Princess Eugenie - including Princess Charlotte’s father William and her older brother, George 

WILLIAM AND KATE’S CHOICE OF CHRISTENING CAKE 

Princess Charlotte’s christening cake is a tier from the confection produced for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding in 2011.
Traditionally, the top tier of a wedding cake is saved with the intention of re-icing it and serving it to guests at the christening of the couple’s first child.
Subsequent children are usually provided with separate cakes made specifically for the occasion.
Guests at Princess Charlotte’s christening will instead be presented with more wedding cake, which will be served during the tea at Sandringham hosted by the Queen.
One of the eight tiers from the cake was also served at Prince George’s christening in October 2013.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding cake was designed by Fiona Cairns and was made from 17 individual fruit cakes.
The cake was decorated with cream and white icing using the Joseph Lambeth technique, a particularly intricate method of piping, plus 900 individually iced flowers and 17 different types of iced leaves.
A garland design around the middle of the cake matched the architectural garlands decorated around the top of the Picture Gallery in Buckingham Palace, the room in which the cake was displayed during the wedding.
It was used at the christenings of all of the Queen’s children and her grandchildren - except Princess Eugenie - including Princess Charlotte’s father William and her older brother, George. 
Following Royal tradition, the water used for Princess Charlotte’s christening will be holy water from the River Jordan, where it is said Jesus was baptised by John the Baptist. 
Following the service, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will give a tea at Sandringham House.
Guests will be served slices of christening cake, which is a tier taken from The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding cake. 
George’s seven godparents were Zara Phillips, Oliver Baker, who attended St Andrews University with William and Kate; Hugh Grosvenor, a family friend who is the son of the Duke of Westminster; Julia Samuel, who was a close friend of Diana, Princess of Wales; William van Cutsem; Emilia Jardine-Paterson who went to Marlborough College with Kate; and the Duke and Duchess’s former private secretary Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton.
An official photo from Prince George's christening shows how the ceremony is an intimate affair, with just close immediate family invited along with godparents and spouses
An official photo from Prince George's christening shows how the ceremony is an intimate affair, with just close immediate family invited along with godparents and spouses

CHARLOTTE'S CHRISTENING GOWN DRAWS ON ROYAL HISTORY 

Prince George dressed in the lace gown his younger sister will wear today for his own christening in October 2013
Prince George dressed in the lace gown his younger sister will wear today for his own christening in October 2013Royal babies are christened in a replica of the intricate lace and satin christening gown made for Queen Victoria’s eldest daughter.
Prince George wore the frilly cream outfit in 2013, as did Lord Frederick Windsor’s daughter Maud later the same year.
It was created by the Queen’s dresser Angela Kelly, and features the same lengthy skirt and elaborate collars and bow as its predecessor.
The original Honiton lace and white satin robe, made in 1841, was last used in 2004, when the Queen commissioned the handmade copy so the historic outfit could be carefully preserved.
The 19th century gown was fashioned for the christening of Victoria, the Princess Royal, and was used for generation after generation of royal infants including the Queen’s father King George VI, the Queen, the Prince of Wales, the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry, with Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor the last royal baby to wear it in 2004.
The Earl and Countess of Wessex’s son Viscount Severn became the first royal infant to wear the new robe at his christening in 2008, and it was also worn by Peter Phillips's children Savannah and Isla. 
It is not known if it was used at the christening of Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall's daughter, Mia, in November 2014 - a private ceremony in Gloucestershire.
Baptisms are a must for Windsor babies. The Queen is Defender of the Faith and Supreme Governor of the Church of England. Prince George will one day take on the role when he becomes king, but his younger sister Princess Charlotte - as only a spare to the heir - will be free from such responsibility.
Royal infants are often welcomed into the Christian faith within weeks of being born.
Charlotte will be only nine weeks old at her christening. George was three months old at his. William was baptised on August 4 1982 at the age of six weeks, while the Prince of Wales was one month and one day old at his own christening. The Queen was five weeks old when she was christened.
Charles, pictured with the Queen (then Princess Elizabeth), his grandfather George VI, and great-grandmother Queen Mary, also wore the original gownPrincess Charlotte's father,  William, pictured with parents Charles and Diana (left), wore the original gown for his christening in 1982
Princess Charlotte's father,  William, pictured with parents Charles and Diana (left), wore the original gown for his christening in 1982, as did her grandfather Charles, pictured with the Queen (then Princess Elizabeth), his grandfather George VI, and great-grandmother Queen Mary
George was the first future monarch in modern times not to be baptised at Buckingham Palace, with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge choosing the intimate Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace instead.
He was on his best behaviour, blowing bubbles beforehand and being quiet and peaceful afterwards.
Meanwhile, Princess Charlotte is repeating history by being christened in the Church of St Mary Magdalene in Sandringham. 
The last great-granddaughter of a serving sovereign to be born in direct succession on the male line - Princess Mary - was also baptised in the same church 118 years ago in 1897. 
St Mary Magdalene was also where Charlotte’s late grandmother, Diana, Princess of Wales, was christened on August 30, 1961. Diana was born at Park House on the Sandringham estate in Norfolk where she spent her childhood.
Other notable christenings at the church include Princess Charlotte’s great-great-grandfather King George VI in 1896. The Duke of Cambridge’s cousin Princess Eugenie - the daughter of the Duke of York and Sarah, Duchess of York - was also baptised there in 1990.
Princess Charlotte is repeating history by being christened in the Church of St Mary Magdalene in Sandringham (pictured)
Princess Charlotte is repeating history by being christened in the Church of St Mary Magdalene in Sandringham (pictured)
Royal christenings are usually private affairs and most royal babies have been christened at royal palaces. William and the Prince of Wales were both christened in Buckingham Palace’s Music Room. The Queen, then Princess Elizabeth, was christened in the Palace’s private chapel in 1926.
Charlotte’s older brother Prince George was baptised in October 2013 at the Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace. William and Kate made a 'personal decision' to hold the ceremony there.
It was where the coffin of William’s mother Diana lay before her funeral to allow her family to pay their last respects.
St Mary Magdalene dates back in its present form to the 16th century. Records show there was a rector of Sandringham as far back as 1321.
St Mary Magdalene is used by the Queen when she is at residence on her private estate and is where the royal family worship on Christmas Day each year. 
It also features memorials to numerous kings and queens including the Queen’s father George VI, as well as Queen Victoria, Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, George V and Queen Mary.
Close to the Queen’s Sandringham home in Norfolk, it also near to the Cambridges’ country mansion Anmer Hall where William and Kate have been based since Charlotte’s arrival at the start of May.
St Mary Magdalene is used by the Queen when she is at residence on her private estate and is where the royal family worship on Christmas Day each year.