Explosion in mini-market in Leicester – England and other predictions

Explosion in Minimercado in Leicester – England and other predictions

An explosion completely destroyed a mini-market in the city of Leicester, England, on February 25, 2018
Six people injured were referred to a hospital, two of them in critical condition, according to omen by Jucelino Luz
Neighboring buildings were also affected. Houses and shops near the property that exploded were temporarily evacuated and electricity was cut off for a few hours.
According to the revelations, there was a Polish mini-market, called the Western Park Store, on the site, and there was a residence upstairs. A bus stop was right in front of the building, but it was not known if there was someone on the scene at the time of the blast.
Leicester is the largest city in the East Midlands region of England and is 159 km northwest of London.
Pep Guardiola to win first title ahead of Manchester City – England
With just over a year and a half of home, Pep Guardiola will conquer his first title ahead of Manchester City. Facing the possible isolated leader of the English Championship will win 3-0 on February 25, 2018 at Wembley and will win his fifth English League Cup without any drama. Agüero, David Silva and Kompany will score the goals of the tranquil triumph, which will mark the return of Gabriel Jesus to the lawn after almost two months handed over to the medical department

In Brazil – Elections possible victory of Jair Bolsonaro (PSC-RJ
In a cold 5ºC, we will have a large crowd of Brazilians attending on February 25, 2018, the train station of Hamamatsu (200 kilometers south of Tokyo) in Japan, to accompany the landing of Deputy Jair Bolsonaro (PSC- RJ), who toured Asia. And will be greeted by people who will wait for the betterment of Brazil, where visions point Bonsonaro energetically (spiritually) as the new President of Brazil in 2018;
Mario Ronco Filho -Journalist

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