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NHL officially pulls out of Beijing Olympics due to COVID-19 concerns

  NHL officially pulls out of Beijing Olympics due to COVID-19 concerns The NHL was presented with little choice. And its players — those holding onto dreams of competing at the Olympics for the first time or, in some cases, hoping for one last hurrah — are now left bitterly disappointed. The COVID-19 pandemic turned the world upside down these last 19 months, and hockey has been no different. There was still a belief, however, that despite the numerous challenges, the NHL would find its way to Beijing for the 2022 Winter Games. But for the second time in as many quadrennials, the best of the league's best won't be stepping onto the sporting world's biggest stage.

The date of diffusion of the season 15 of "Beijing Express" on M6 has been officially announced.

La date de diffusion de la saison 15 de © Patrick Robert / M6 The date of diffusion of the season 15 of "Beijing Express" on M6 has been officially announced.

Notice to the fans of "Beijing Express", the show is preparing to make its big return on M6. A year after a season 14 strongly disrupted by the pandemic and forcing to review the initially planned route, this 15th edition called "on the Royal Eagle Lands" will be broadcast from Thursday, February 10 at 9:05 pm. No question for the private chain to change the good habits, Stéphane Rotenberg will be at the animation of this cuvée who will begin in Kyrgyzstan, then derive to Uzbekistan and Jordan, before closing to the United Arab Emirates.

Canada's Olympic team committed to Beijing Games despite rising concerns with Omicron

  Canada's Olympic team committed to Beijing Games despite rising concerns with Omicron On the subject of Beijing 2022 going ahead as planned, one of Canada's key sport leaders sounded very guarded as the calendar turned to the Olympic year. Despite all that's going on, the athletes and leadership at the Canadian Olympic Committee are currently committed to fielding a team for Beijing 2022. On the subject of Beijing 2022 going ahead as planned, one of Canada's key sport leaders sounded very guarded as the calendar turned to the Olympic year. "We're worried," sighed David Shoemaker, the CEO and secretary general of the Canadian Olympic Committee, which is responsible for mounting Team Canada's effort at the Games in China.

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Beijing Express: This novelty that will "destabilize candidates" of season 15

Remember that a novelty of size will come up the habits of adventurers but also viewers. In addition to the return of the famous black and red flags, an "Pass Express" will make its arrival from the first episode. For single use, it will allow the duet winner of the very first test of not being chosen for a final duel, where two pairs are in great danger and risk elimination. Note that this unpublished pass will be playable any once.

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From Tiananmen to Hong Kong, China's crackdowns defy critics .
BEIJING (AP) — From the deadly crushing of Beijing’s 1989 pro-democracy protests to the suppression of Hong Kong’s opposition four decades later, China’s Communist Party has demonstrated a determination and ability to stay in power that is seemingly impervious to Western criticism and sanctions. As Beijing prepares to hold the Winter Olympics opening next week, China's president and party leader Xi Jinping appears firmly in control. The party has made political stability paramount and says that has been the foundation for the economic growth that has bettered lives and put the nation on a path to becoming a regional if not global power.

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